Jack and Jill (09 Apr 2004)
If personas cannot address these very real interaction design problems, at what level are they useful? Do they only become powerful when paired with use cases, or buoyed by a certain approach to testing? Should they be written for the designers, the developers, the executives? I'd like to open the debate up to how successful our readers have been with personas in the past, and comments as to their appropriate role and scope in a project.
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