You can find the results from the latest survey here:
Thanks to everyone who took the time to participate.
The amount of spelling errors in the comments was a bit disturbing, but
at least the vote went the way I hoped it would. It's time for an
organization of our own.
It seemed like there were two themes for the argument against creating
our own organization:
1. Interaction Design isn't significantly different from existing
disciplines to warrant its own organization. (I completely disagree.
I'd be interested to know if anyone who made this argument also
considers themselves an Interaction Designer. I doubt it.)
2. There are already too many organizations; we shouldn't create
another one. (Perhaps they feel this way because the existing orgs.
don't address their needs, so they've joined a bunch, hoping to find a
home? Or maybe they don't understand the differences between the
existing orgs, which is a problem with the existing orgs, not with us.)
Thoughts? Other themes?
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On Nov 11, 2003, at 10:51 AM, Challis Hodge wrote:
> Hi Folks:
> You can find the results from the latest survey here:
> Thanks to everyone who took the time to participate.
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