Now available: Design for Impact by Erin Weigel

One answer may win you a book

12/16/2010

Let’s say you’re a user experience practitioner, a designer, or a user researcher. Or any of the other titles you might associate with these terms. And you work for a large organization that occasionally brings in outside experts to teach UX-related courses in-house.

The question: who is responsible for identifying the expert and the course they should teach?


Is it UX staff like yourself or your boss? Or your company’s training or human resources department? Or someone else altogether?

Answer by Friday December 17 5pm GMT-5 and you may be the lucky person randomly selected to win a free Rosenfeld Media book of your choice.

Thanks!