Interdisciplinary collaboration: A case study of software development for fashion designers

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There is an increasing involvement of different disciplines in requirements capture. However, such collaboration can result in the replacement of one set of problems with another as the priorities of systems designers conflict with those of social science researchers. Some of these difficulties are illustrated by a description of the course of a project to develop a software tool for fashion designers. © 1994 Butterworth-Heinemann Ltd.

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Scaife, M., Curtis, E., & Hill, C. (1994). Interdisciplinary collaboration: A case study of software development for fashion designers. Interacting with Computers, 6(4), 395–410. https://doi.org/10.1016/0953-5438(94)90010-8

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