IxD and related roles - is it about naming or type

10 Jul 2006 - 3:27pm
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Peter Boersma
2003

Adler said:
> Does anyone know of a diagram or scheme that situates IxD and other
> related (or somewhat) positions?

Like this:
http://www.peterboersma.com/blog/2004/11/t-model-big-ia-is-now-ux.html ?

Peter
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10 Jul 2006 - 3:43pm
Adler
2006

yes, thank you for the link.

though that's half of the way from my wish ;-)

I would like to see a comparison and relation between all the roles
that do user studies, elicit requirements and then the different
approaches in the design. As far as I can see the "other" job titles
(e.g., business analyst, functional analyst) look at cases instead of
interactions... at least from the job ads I've seen.

the T-model you presented is a good start and if we can relate with
the "other" job titles we might be able to easily explain companies
what's missing there ;-)

Adler

> Adler said:
> > Does anyone know of a diagram or scheme that situates IxD and other
> > related (or somewhat) positions?
>
> Like this:
> http://www.peterboersma.com/blog/2004/11/t-model-big-ia-is-now-ux.html ?
>
> Peter

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