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Change It Up! Adapting an Existing UI for a New Purpose (15 Jan 2006)
Organizations now recognize the value of spending time and money on user experience design. Many have spent considerable time and money to develop just the right user interface (UI). So when it comes to adding or changing functionality, they may not want or have the option to do a full re-design because of budget, time, or technological constraints. That leaves designers working under less than ideal conditions.

Specific practices and concepts can assist you when designing for an existing UI. The following projects demonstrate these approaches.
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