links for 2009-06-17

from The Tenth Dimension

from The Tenth Dimension

Ryan's Bookshelf

Thanks to Delicious Monster, website like this which is one of my favorite applications to use, patient I’ve created a listing of all the books I keep in my office.

from The Tenth Dimension

Ryan's Bookshelf

Thanks to Delicious Monster, website like this which is one of my favorite applications to use, patient I’ve created a listing of all the books I keep in my office.

UX titles

This tweet from Jeffrey Zeldman really sparked my thinking about this issue.

UX Titles have always been a discussion topic at IA Summits and other UX conferences. I myself have had a laundry list of titles from Information Architect, anesthetist Digital Strategist, Experience Designer, and even Creative Director. My personal favorite is User Experience Designer, even though it’s a little long I’ve always felt like it required the smallest amount of explanation. That being said, I do believe that the different titles actually do mean different things. The challenge for most UX people is that in the end they always end up wearing a lot of hats.

I think a good list of titles and their primary focus really needs to be created.

from The Tenth Dimension

Ryan's Bookshelf

Thanks to Delicious Monster, website like this which is one of my favorite applications to use, patient I’ve created a listing of all the books I keep in my office.

UX titles

This tweet from Jeffrey Zeldman really sparked my thinking about this issue.

UX Titles have always been a discussion topic at IA Summits and other UX conferences. I myself have had a laundry list of titles from Information Architect, anesthetist Digital Strategist, Experience Designer, and even Creative Director. My personal favorite is User Experience Designer, even though it’s a little long I’ve always felt like it required the smallest amount of explanation. That being said, I do believe that the different titles actually do mean different things. The challenge for most UX people is that in the end they always end up wearing a lot of hats.

I think a good list of titles and their primary focus really needs to be created.

UX titles

This tweet from Jeffrey Zeldman really sparked my thinking about this issue.

UX Titles have always been a discussion topic at IA Summits and other UX conferences. I myself have had a laundry list of titles from Information Architect, anesthetist Digital Strategist, Experience Designer, and even Creative Director. My personal favorite is User Experience Designer, even though it’s a little long I’ve always felt like it required the smallest amount of explanation. That being said, I do believe that the different titles actually do mean different things. The challenge for most UX people is that in the end they always end up wearing a lot of hats.

I think a good list of titles and their primary focus really needs to be created.