I know there's been discussions before about interview questions, but
I don't think there's been discussion on this kind. I've got to
interview a potential teammate who might end up leading us. I'm
curious from those that have been through this as to good questions to
ask to get a good indication of what that person will be like to work
with, as well as possibly work for.
I have a question regarding interviews related to Interaction Design position. When you are asked to design or redesign a design problem, obviously there is no ime to do user study. So, how do we have to find the user requiremens for the given problem.
Can we say that for this problem due to less time I would like to do a scenario based design (Incorporating Personas , scenatios) and then comeup with assumptions that will work for my persona. Then say during lack of time reasoning throgh assumptions will help us find the strength and weekness of a product.
As I've said earlier, I'm in the process of interviewing folks and I'm
really interested in the types of "exercises" people use to learn how people
think. I've been to a bunch of MS interviews and I've applied to cooper
before, so I know those. But I'm curious how people have come up w/ their
own and how they use these to do evaluations.