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How we use technology is always shaped by our cultural, economic, political and material contexts. To design a high quality computer information system, one must to consider how such systems will be effectively implemented by the end user. In 500-1000 words, please describe a device, interface or network that you have used which was not designed in a manner that considered the needs of the end user. What’s wrong with this design? How could it be improved? How do you think that an education in Computer Information Systems from Trinity Lutheran College could help prepare a graduate to pursue quality human centered design?