Sure, I sometimes call myself an “experience designer” because, like, I want to be cool. But I’m an interaction designer. That’s because my work is primarily about the user, and only secondarily about me and my ideas.
The Endless Battle
Alan Cooper
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I feel like you conveniently omitted the “user” out of “user experience” and continue to proclaim that interaction designer is more focussed on the user. As you said yourself: It’s not about titles, it’s about the approach. I don’t care what you call yourself; just start and end your process with the user.

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