Urrrgghhh. Believe it or not, there was some sensible point I was
trying to raise, but it eluded me as usual.
>>> You have no right to tell these developers it is their job to go chasing
Ignore the bloggers comment. I'm insular and stubborn about my coding
because I need to be. It's a practical defence mechanism so I can
actually settle down and do some coding rather than worry about a
myriad of interferences.
>> I'm all for getting all sorts of professionals involved, but here and
Believe it or not, many developers do actually want to make usable software.
>> Do you think usability architects focus on just usability? No, they
So let's get this straight: Developers should stop moaning and just
get on and study the entire spectrum of human endeavour while
simultaneously developing usable software? Perhaps you should come up
with some usable ideas.
>>> Such activities are much better suited to people with big strong forceful
And there's the precarious nature of government based funding to
consider. See what's happening to education in the UK. Government and
council cuts everywhere.
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