Interesting little observation from a project I'm working on:
I, as an interaction designer, make recommendations and *everyone* has an
opinion. This is normal, of course, and I expect it. But my accessibility
expert makes recommendations and shoots down ideas left and right, and
everyone just bows down and concedes.
I think maybe interaction design doesn't sound complicated enough. Maybe we
need to make it sound more complicated, like it's something incredibly
obscure that you couldn't possibly understand unless you spend at least a
month at the library.
(Yes, I realize that debate is a good thing, and my client is great, so no
don't mistake this for a complaint post.)