SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: [Sigia-l] Empathy
Re: [Sigia-l] Empathy
Chris, in an attempt to shed light into the "what makes us different?"
discussion, I did some investigating last fall and winter using the
MBTI. Here is a link to the "verbal" version of the poster I did at
this year's IA Summit. While I'm not sure that my investigating
actually answered anything, it did appear to resonate well with those
attending and if anything, some interesting patterns began to emerge.
On 9/1/06, Christopher Fahey <chris.fahey_at_behaviordesign.com> wrote:
> All this talk of "empathy"... In all my years as a user experience designer,
> I was never taught empathy or specifically tried to train myself to be more
> empathetic. I've never taken any kind of personality test to see how
> empathetic I am.
> What do you think? Is it fair of us to claim "empathy" as a something that
> makes us special?
> Christopher Fahey
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