ICT Design Case Study

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Week 4 Discussion Forum
The roles of the designers, implementer and developers cannot be under looked in the implementation of the ICT projects. McDonald (2010) raises issues that are of great concern to the entire ecosystem of information and communication technology. The ruling on the court case gives a clear view of the law concerning the handling of information. It is a clearly stipulates the roles of the designer developer and the implementer. In the case, the content developer is responsible for the content while the provider of the ICT infrastructure is not responsible for the content that they are channelling to the intended audience.
In Myschool, the designers had clear goals to reach. First, they wanted to provide a platform to compare the student’s academic abilities based on the exams done. The student’s backgrounds were considered in ranking the students. It also seeks to compare schools performances for the good of the community. Their
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Unlike the past, a designer should be able to learn by making. It is true that prototypes always make the design process faster (Brown, 2009). Innovates will be able to cover a broad range of factors before they finally create the final product. This is a fundamental approach that applies across the generations of designers. However, today, the designer should be able to incorporate the position and views of everyone. This is giving everyone a chance to participate. With this approach, more values can be created. On top of gaining the proceeds regarding money, the people will be able to own the product or service because they were given a chance to participate in the design process. Another important aspect of the participatory approach is that it takes the power off the hands of the designer onto the hands of the final users. It is important that the final product can have a life beyond what the designer had in

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