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Beyond the obvious (posting on LinkedIn, Craigslist), what techniques have you found to be the most successful in finding good UX candidates to hire?

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You might want to try job listings that are made for a UX/IxD/HCI audience (eg.,,

If you're looking to hire someone in a specific area, find local interest groups (eg. local IxDA groups) and try to post your job there.

Further, you can try to seed your job posting via Twitter (eg. through @IA_UXJOBS, @UIDesignJobs).

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