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Bruce Tognazzini on Interaction Architects

If you're interested in or employed to conduct interaction design, Tog's article "It's Time We Got Respect" is a must-read. In short, Bruce is advocating a concerted effort at professionalizing and branding this field as Interaction Architecture, in order to bring uniformity in jobs and help on the salary front. Presently, there is no single universally-accepted job title for this function, which often results in lack of respect from others with heavier-sounding titles. I will be watching this with great interest.

Posted on August 16, 2003 | Permalink | Tag this post with del.icio.us | This Post Now Lives Here


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