SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: [Sigia-l] unemployed?
Re: [Sigia-l] unemployed?
From: Andrew Hinton (ahinton_at_symetri.com)
Date: Wed Jun 05 2002 - 16:57:31 EDT
Yeah, I think it would have. The advent of the ubiquitious, global shared
network environment has created a need for a new way to connect these
My belief: It's not something that can properly be subsumed under "design"
as it is currently taught in schools and practiced in the mainstream.
::Adamya.Ashk_at_Staples.com::wrote on 6/5/02 8:58 AM:
> What really excites me is that people involved in making web-sites happen
> have begun to notice just such an amorphous 'need' that you mention. A
> discipline or practice which 'ties it all together'. The exact nature of
> this need varies between organizations but I don't think it will vanish
> because other roles will fill the vacuum; that would have already happened,
> don't you think?
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