Larry Tester’s vision of interaction design process has inspired many designers, developers, and researchers. His leadership in early graphical user interface successes led to his receiving SIGCHI’s Lifetime Practice Award in 2011. Jonathan Grudin I have been a computer programmer for more than 50 years. From the beginning, I was annoyed by software that made life harder than necessary for users. I got to do something about it as a student at Stanford University and in a variety of subsequent engineering, user experience, and management roles at Xerox PARC, Apple, Amazon.com, and Yahoo! The best known of my contributions is…
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