New York, NYUSA
May 14, 2012
The ability to mold and shape experiences, thinking about the impact of design decisions and the information that users find valuable.
To be honest, frustration... Working under an unattainable set of delivery deadlines for a user interface that is based on little to no core requirements and user input. The result made me appreciate the value of a solid UX process. To arrive at solutions that are grounded in validations that are proven based on research and deeper thought.
As mentioned above the lack of respect for UX methodolgy would be my biggest frustration. Part of the responsibility as UX professionals is to educate partners and clients so that there is understanding there.
UX design lead in Princeton, NJ for BlackRock.