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  1. timyeo
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    In contrast, I come from a country where there hardly is a UX community at all. Besides engaging in conversation with the international UX community, most of our interactions are with people who “don’t get it”. So we don’t have your problem.

    Which I guess is a blessing somehow; we’re forced to rehearse our “what is UX” speech so many times that we can do it in our sleep!

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  2. timyeo
    timyeo at |

    In contrast, I come from a country where there hardly is a UX community at all. Besides engaging in conversation with the international UX community, most of our interactions are with people who “don't get it”. So we don't have your problem.

    Which I guess is a blessing somehow; we're forced to rehearse our “what is UX” speech so many times that we can do it in our sleep!

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  4. gabrielamoore
    gabrielamoore at |

    Agree 100%! And it seems it’s not only designers who are hiding. Last night they asked developers to raise their hands at one point, and there were hardly any in the audience. Considering most startups there were hiring developers, it seems that they too are missing a huge opportunity. An event like that is perfect for all who work in tech to come together and get to know each other, it’s interesting and relevant to all of us.

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    1. Lis Hubert
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      Wow… great comment! I didn’t even NOTICE that the dev community was lacking as well. I completely agree with your take on that as well. Interesting point indeed.

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  5. Lis Hubert
    Lis Hubert at |

    Wow… great comment! I didn't even NOTICE that the dev community was lacking as well. I completely agree with your take on that as well. Interesting point indeed.

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  6. Gabi Moore
    Gabi Moore at |

    Agree 100%! And it seems it's not only designers who are hiding. Last night they asked developers to raise their hands at one point, and there were hardly any in the audience. Considering most startups there were hiring developers, it seems that they too are missing a huge opportunity. An event like that is perfect for all who work in tech to come together and get to know each other, it's interesting and relevant to all of us.

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