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    Differences in "Human Centered" and "User Centered" Approach

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    "What are the differences between the "human centered" and "user centered" approaches?

    Do you agree that the human centered approach is more effective? Why or why not?"

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    In the design of information systems, the terms 'human-centered' and 'user-centered' came to be recognized as opposite approaches. Whereas the human-centered approach basically works at a solution with information provided by work participants, the 'user-centered' system focuses on the concept and design of the system.

    There are inherent limitations in the methodology of the human-centered system. It permits people who work with the systems to shape ...

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    An assessment of a work environment under two dramatically different approaches and the effects to the system and the people who work in the system.