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Jasper M.

Location:

London

Member since:

July 1, 2011

Which book has most influenced your thinking on UX?

Jef Raskin's "The Humane Interface" - great insights and deep thinking about user/machine interaction.

Are you an innie (work inhouse) or an outie (work in an agency or freelance)?

Outie.

What's your favourite design/UX related quote or saying?

"you’re not here to write code; you’re here to ship products" (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jamie_Zawinski)

Introduction

I'm a developer and entrepreneur living between Berlin and London. I'm usually working in small teams so I have to keep on top of UX even if I'm not really a designer. Bottom line is that the user is king which is something us devs shouldn't forget.


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