Deborah Gill-Hesselgrave, Mark Hall
You entered the design field because you had an "eye." You demonstrated a special talent for defining context, composition and color. You studied and interned, then landed that coveted design job. You learned about user-centered design (UCD) and usability testing. Maybe your company paid for you to attend UCD seminars, or you had the opportunity to work closely with an experienced design or human-factors professional. You matured as a designer to the point that you'd become proud of your design-skills toolbox and unique design process. But despite becoming smarter about your work, you realized that you were spending less…
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