Introducing the Interaction Design Group. What's the future of interaction design as a profession? Will we, its practitioners, become respected members of cross-functional development teams, admired executives delivering great products, and noted academics making important contributions to the body of human/computer interaction research? Surely we all share these goals, but we can't expect to achieve them without clearly defining the special value that our design discipline offers. The multitude of terms that people have used for our field has created confusion among our associates. After years of simmering debate about what we should call ourselves, a serious dialogue about…
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