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  1. Reason #4 Why UX Designers are like Therapists | Elisabeth Hubert

    […] in Psychology, User Experience by LisView Comments A couple of months ago I wrote a post entitled Reason #3 Why UX Designers are like Therapists. As usual, I shared the post through Twitter and Facebook. One of my best friends, whom I lived […]

  2. Lis Hubert
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    Some really great points Lee!! Thanks so much for sharing them 🙂

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  3. Lee
    Lee at |

    I couldn’t agree more! Although some times I sound more like a 5-year-old who keeps asking “Why?” because some people have a harder time getting pass the “Denial” stage that the solution they came up with doesn’t actually solve the problem they think they have 🙂 And then there are those who get stuck in the “Anger” stage because they don’t like that you are just not executing and you want to challenge their brilliant solution. The award is when they get to the “Acceptance” stage! They have accepted their real problem and ready to look for real solutions.

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  4. Lis Hubert
    Lis Hubert at |

    You’re more than welcome… it was a great interview! I’m also glad to have you to help me work through everything!!

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  5. Lis Hubert
    Lis Hubert at |

    You're more than welcome… it was a great interview! I'm also glad to have you to help me work through everything!!

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  6. Whitney Hess
    Whitney Hess at |

    Hey lady, thanks for linking to my interview. Just like psychotherapists do, we all need our own therapists to help work through our own problems in order to help others work through theirs — and I sure am glad I have one in you.

    Much love!

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