Dear Dr. Usability, I'm an interaction designer for a Web security service that has updates every two weeks. I slosh out designs all day. I get business requirements emailed to me pretty much on a daily basis. I take these business requirements and draw up user interfaces and send them out. I'm always careful not to deviate from our consistent unified user interface approach to design as spelled out in our user interface style guide, which is based on company and platform standards. This is the part I love most about my work, and wouldn't change it for anything…
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