Scott Berkun studied computer science, philosophy, and interaction design at Carnegie Mellon University. He has worked on Internet Explorer 1.0 through 5.0, designing or managing the development of many features of its user interface. He worked as a lead program manager for Consumer Windows before becoming the training manager for design and usability at Microsoft in 2000. He writes frequently about Web and interaction design at www.uiweb.com and http://msdn.microsoft.com/ui. EADE: Tell us about your background and how you arrived at Microsoft. SCOTT: I studied computer science, philosophy, design, and HCI at Carnegie Mellon University. Microsoft hired me in 1994…
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