Boxes and Arrows is a Web magazine (www.boxesandarrows.com) that describes itself as a publication for people who are part of "the profession known as 'what we do' and its children, information architecture, usability, interaction design, interface design, and graphic design."  What do we do? In a recent edition of interactions, Aaron Marcus challenged us to look at how we define the language of our community . What is user interface design? Is it the same as interaction design? Or information architecture? Further, there is no clear educational path required to do "what we do." We are not certified…
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