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A potentially very useful book has come my way through work. "The Elements of User Experience - User-Centered Design for the Web" by Jesse James Garrett. (Aiga, New York, 2002)

The author has his own website too: http://www.jjg.net

Could be a great guideline for the design process. Also gives some ideas on what information to try to get out of users.

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