Every now and again, a minor celebrity or institution will announce that they are “challenging themselves” to “be poor for a day” in order to raise awareness of the plight of people living in poverty in the UK. Sometimes this is done through charitable
Vinish. Why not?And look at the stakes — there are people involved and there is life involved when people (sometimes) make decisions while interacting with our work. It is NOT a privilege that — We are not accountable for designing broken UX promises. A shame.
Henning von VogelsangDoes the pledge for licensed professions include coders, programmers, engineers? And if a degree in design is not a license, what is the criteria goingSee more to be to judge good taste, intuition, empathy and the ability to understand people’s needs? Licenses tend to be based on technical execution and common standards. They don’t assign quality, they just assure us of the level of understanding the subject.