Re: [IxDA] Is the Certified Usability Analyst title acknowledged by employeers?

22 Jun 2010 - 8:20am
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I think your conclusion is pretty sound.

The cases where I have seen this certification make a difference were all people working within a company who were trying to get that company to pay more attention to UX (and to take them seriously as someone who could do that). It gave them a little respect for having gone after the training to get started, and helped make the case to their manager.

These were all people trying to shift or expand the focus of their work, while staying in the same company. (Look at me differently) And they were pretty traditional companies, so you might want to think this in terms of your situation.

-- Whitney Quesenbery

Storytelling for User Experience

On Mon, Jun 21, 2010 at 11:23 PM, aZippel4iD wrote:

> My suspicion is that probably the less formal > education > an individual has the more difference it could make and the more formal > education the less difference it could make. > > I wonder also if it might be perceived as having more > value from companies that have less experience in UX

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