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johanna k.

Location:

London

Member since:

August 16, 2010

Which book has most influenced your thinking on UX?

1. Don Norman's 'The Design of Everyday Things' 2. JJG's 'The Elements of UX'. 3. Peter Checkland's writing on Systems Thinking and Soft Systems Methodology

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

innie

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

"What I hear, I forget. What I say, I remember. What I do, I understand." (Lao Tse)

Introduction

Current mission: designing great user experiences for all, and a nice little life for myself.


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