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Posted by  Paul Malo on October 07, 2002 at 07:16:26:

In Reply to:  experiental design and inclusive integration - definition? posted by Rick Wilmath on October 07, 2002 at 06:32:09:

We know what the words mean literally, but I suspect that they may mean something more particular to the author (or the professor--this sounds like academic jargon, and I should know).

We ought to be able to apply these terms to all architecture, so they don't denote much in particular to me. Obviously, we always design with experience of users in mind. We always want to include all factors in designing, integrating them into some cohesive whole. I suspect however that the author had more narrow notions in mind.

 
 
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