SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: [Sigia-l] Internal usability/UE teams
Re: [Sigia-l] Internal usability/UE teams
I don't think it's the numbers and ratio that count. I'd go by strict body
weight, physical training and weapons knowledge and supplies.
The real trick is in getting any amount of developers and any amount of
Interface/Experience designers to communicate well with any amount of
On 6/24/05 4:05 PM, you wrote:
> adamya ashk:
>> I am especially interested in the ratio of information architects, user
>> experience/interaction designers and software developers required in
>> organizations so that an excellent level of end-user experience is assured in
>> projects and products.
> Why do I have a feeling that you already sense it would be impossible to
> quantify this without a context?
> How many lawyers (per employee) are necessary in *a* company to assure
> excellent legal coverage? How many salesmen? How many toilets are necessary
> in a house to assure excellent coverage?
> Only Jakob would come up with hard numbers without context; $395 if you want
> to read more.:-)
> Nullius in Verba
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