How does a user interface designer know that a given design will work? How does anybody develop enough confidence in a design to move it toward the real world? The methods designers use to evaluate user interfaces require training and experience. But the people who need to hire designers are unlikely to have those skills. How do the people who are paying the bills know they are getting good answers?
Brian R. Krause
Brian R. Krause has more than 20 years of software design and development experience, working under the name Adducive since 1998. He has worked for large multinational corporations, startups worldwide, and in the public sector. His work has taken him to Singapore, England, and Japan. His experience covers mobile, desktop, and web applications, and graphical and speech recognition interfaces.