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At 7:51pm on March 6, 2013, Human Factors International said…

Dear Oviyas,

Thanks for proposing a group for HFI Connect. We've found that the groups are being very under used on HFI Connect and in the near future we will remove them completely. We are moving HFI Connect to more of a video and blogging platform. 

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At 4:17pm on February 4, 2011, Human Factors International said…

Dear Rajkmumar welcome to HFI Connect.


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Why Project Managers are a Barrier for Designers

Project managers serve as the liaison between the designer and the client, but sometimes instead of serving as the liaison they can be a barrier between the designer and the client. When the designer is fed second-hand information through the project manager, this can result in misinterpretation and miscommunication.

When project managers communicate the tasks of a project to the designer, that is simply insufficient. In order for a designer to do a…


Posted on May 26, 2012 at 9:32am — 3 Comments

How to Be Corporate and Still Be Creative

If you’re like me, you graduated from art school and had dreams of working as an art director at a small agency. You envisioned having your own office on the top floor of a loft with 30-foot ceilings.

Designers would play ping-pong below; people were allowed to drink beer at work; and brilliant ideas would flow effortlessly from your mind into multi-million-dollar campaigns for clients like Nike and Coca-Cola.

In fact, you got a job at a large corporation and were shown to a…


Posted on April 4, 2012 at 6:00am



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