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    Tessa Gray
    ...with end users in mind
    9 January
    Public discussion Created by Tessa Gray

    It's been rewarding taking some time to get more familiar with the Pīkau (online toolkits) this week and I've particularly enjoyed seeing the connections between CT ideas from here and overseas. In this video, Tim Bell talks about several key elements (fast, efficient, reliable, secure, usable, intelligent, scalable, delightful) to think about when designing/producing/programming something digital that people will use - so that this becomes something people will want to use. Find out more >>> dive into the Pīkau 4: Intro: CT - The International Perspective.

    What kind of criteria do you present/negotiate with your students when designing and developing digital outcomes (DDDO)?

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