Visual Studio Magazine - Why We Don't Build Software for Users

Posted by Kirby Turner on October 22, 2002

Alan Cooper has this to say about architects: “Architects synthesize people, purpose, and technology. If you just take people and technology, you have art-entertainment. If you just take technology and purpose, it’s engineering. And people and purpose without technology is psychology. Architects have to synthesize all this, to create a vision of a solution. People must get something practical achieved.”

Read more from his recent chat withVisual Studio Magazine.

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