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    « Follow-up from "Agile UX Toolkit" tutorial at UPA 2011 | Main | UX Matters: Knowledge / Importance Matrix for Wiki Project Coordination »

    July 12, 2011


    This is a great story and is a nice conclusion to your previous post. It sounds like Jim Lewis really loved his time working on that project. We talk so often about design process and technique that we often forget the importance of the social dynamics of your workgroup. Something even more relevant today as we grapple with capturing that spark of magic in distributed teams through limited and often asynchronous communication media.

    Fantastic interview. Jim comes across as a really down to earth and humble guy with some great advice. Made my afternoon.

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