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May 27, 2004 3:29 pm re: How techie does a UX pro need to be?
Stephan H. Wissel
Hi Sudhir,
depends on the size of the team, your team spirit and your role. There are two extremes: if you were a developer before, you might internally calculate how difficult it might be to implement an improvement and reject the "expensive" ones. When you have no clue and you face a defensive development team, they might brush you off with "can't do" statements.
If I had to make a pic as a UX pro: improve my tech skills or my people skills I would opt for the people skills. Of course my view is biased my my technical expertise .
:-) stw
> Sudhir Nain wrote: > As a user experience professional, how does one strike a balance between being a non technical user representative and the technical skills we sometimes need to acquire to survive in the industry. > >your views.

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