Date: 5 Feb 2012 05:49 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
Thank you so much for doing this! I have honestly never heard much about UX architects until I came across your blog.

The only thing emphasized to me in business undergrad in terms of career were consultants and business analysts.

It seems that your role is quite a bit meatier than the role of business analyst. I was very unaware that analysts in the web industry were only involved in requirements, and that it was the UX architect who actually mediates between different software design/development teams.

Thanks again! :)

Date: 6 Feb 2012 04:29 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile]
Ah...I have heard of product managers before! It's interesting that you bring up the varied success of that role.

I was having a meeting with a company's COO and overheard him talking to another developer about a certain product manager's inability to carry her job duties - she's being heavily overwhelmed. Doing 2 duties at once seems like a tricky thing, just like you mention.

Date: 5 Feb 2012 07:27 pm (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] branchandroot
And, really, I can only thank my lucky stars that only /one/ of the independent musicians I've worked for came with an Artist attached. A designer (and one who'd never touched interactive design) as a client. God that was a nightmare.


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