Reverse Engineering User Experience (UX) topic overview/definition
Reverse Engineering: Concept Definition
Reverse engineering is a process which enables a designer or developer to move from a finished product (create by someone else) to the process of creating that product. It is used for many reasons some legitimate and some not so legitimate throughout industry. A UX designer should be familiar with the concept of reverse engineering and understand when it might add value to a project that they are working whilst always acting ethically and within the law.
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Reverse-Engineering Conceptual Definition - Heading Back to Where We Started
Reverse engineering (or sometimes back-engineering) is a process that is designed to extract enough data from a product and then to be able to reproduce that product. It may involve moving to creating a product from scratch or from pre-developed components. It can be applied to any product (such as computer technology, manufactured products, bio...