Jonathan Arnowitz, Elizabeth Dykstra-Erickson
Taking UX Offshore Fred Sampson wrote about offshoring in his column ("Pushing the Envelope," November-December 2005). He began by posing the question "How could any of our organizations oppose offshoring... and justify our existence to Asia-Pacific members at the same time?" He immediately answered his question: We could not. I do not argue with this premise. As an international organization, we have no business playing favorites with any nation. However, I would answer that we must support the growth of HCI worldwide rather than the shifting of our jobs from one place to another. I believe that merely accepting…
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