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Introducing Want Magazine

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W is for “whew!”

The project I’ve been working on diligently for the last six months, Want Magazine, is up and looks amazing. Kudos to my Editor In Chief, David “Dahveed” Gomez-Rosado and our incredible staff. I wrote and/or edited some articles of which I couldn’t be prouder.

Want Magazine iconWantMag is chock full of learnings and observations about the field of User Experience, as well as product design, architecture and marketing. But not boring. Really.

One of my particular favorite things about the mag is our video interviews, conducted with some of the leading lights in the field. Here’s my interview with the man who coined the term “User Experience,” Don Norman.

And here’s one with the founder of UX agency Adaptive Path, Peter Merholz.

Plenty more to be found at Wantmag.com. Have at it! And tell ’em Ken sent you.

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About kengrobe

Both for work and for pleasure, I create. I'm a writer, a musician, a creative manager, a sketch comic, and a comics writer (don't get those last two twisted!). I've made rent with some or all of these. And for my next trick, I'm going to figure out which of them I want to do most.

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One thought on “Introducing Want Magazine

  1. 7/29/10
    Dear Sweet Ken,
    Wishing you a wonderful birthday and happiness always.
    Love, Aunt Kathleen

    Posted by Kathleen Silverman | July 29, 2010, 7:08 pm

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