On, what makes a good interaction designer…

May 20th, 2009 by NearInteraction

“Enough confidence to believe you can solve any design problem and enough humility to understand that most of your initial ideas are probably bad. Enough humility to listen to ideas from other people that may be better than your own and enough confidence to understand that going with other people’s ideas does not diminish your value as a designer. True concern for the comfort and happiness of other people, including your users and your teammates.”

- Larry Tesler in Designing for Interaction by Dan Saffer on what makes a good interaction designer

Read more from Larry Tesler on the qualities of a good interaction designer or more on “creating smart applications and clever Devices” in Dan’s book Designing for Interaction.