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  • how students were currently using ebooks for their academics
  • what pain points they were experiencing
  • the meanings of print books and ebooks in…


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While it might seem that user-centered design practices and UX capacities are ubiquitous, there are plenty of industries where it’s still a new horizon. Here’s some advice I wish I’d gotten when starting out.

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First, what is greed?


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Kelly Dagan

User Experience Librarian, passionate about information systems, UX, and design. I’ve written for UX Collective & The Startup. www.kellydagan.com, @K4Dag

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