> (Resending for Challis to overcome a technical glitch - KEI)
> We've found the reality to be quite simple and quite difficult at the same
> time. Designing the best user experiences requires not only empathy but a
> process and a culture that assumes every discipline/competency is important
> and that every decision, line of code and graphic created impacts the user
> experience. [...]
I have found that I enjoy working in teams where everyone has their own core
competency, enough understanding of others' to respect theirs, and actual respect
for others. I find those project teams to be much more satisfying, both
personally and professionally.
Not to mention that the product is better, if the client will let it be (pardon me
while I indulge in a little sour grapes here).
Baltimore, MD U.S.A.
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