Tag Info

New answers tagged

0

Some good answers here, but my experience gives me a different one: no, marketing is not the closest. The closest is product management, at least how it's defined today. That said, a little background. I started as a tech journalist, moved into QA, then PM and UX work. Today I'm a PM/UX Designer. I got into UX out of necessity, but also because all UX ...


1

UX as a discipline is about anticipating and influencing people's behavior. You can come at that from just about any angle. Most commonly, you're either a designer, developer, researcher, or occasionally marketer. Wherever you come from, you'll be called on to impact business and marketing goals. That's the clear and present danger activities. Branding is ...


1

As a UX professional, I talked recently with a New Media director and we discovered with pleasure how our skills actually complemented each other, and to me I see a whole new breed of designers and concepts coming to light. Whike there are some gaps in understanding fully what each does, I'm noticing many marketing people are now looking at the discipline ...



Top 50 recent answers are included