Using user-centered design to discover motivation and priorities in an established online community

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Using user-centered design to discover motivation and priorities in an established online community is a 2009 conference paper written in English by Searle E., Derthick K., Ferro T., Morgan J.T., Zachry M. and published in SIGDOC'09 - Proceedings of the 27th ACM International Conference on Design of Communication.

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This poster presents our work using a face-to-face user-centered design method to inform the design of a reputation visualization for an established online community. The benefits of conducting an offline group session with online community members included insights into motivation and priorities, an understanding of community norms, and a member check on previous findings.

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