This issue of <interactions> addresses the current "controversy" over who owns the user experience (UX). But is that a legitimate question or just a straw man? Can any one person or profession own UX? In this issue, UX professionals from the United States and Europe express diverse opinions about the ownership of UX. The authors who have contributed articles are UX strategists, designers whose work encompasses the breadth of user experience, and specialists in professions that contribute to user experience such as interaction design, information architecture, usability, user research, and technical communication. All are actively involved in the international…
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