Earlier this week I published Part 1 of Lessons by Eric Reiss of FatDUX. Below is the second half of the interview where Eric shares with us the various lessons life has taught him and how those lessons have impacted his life.
Wait, who was Eric Reiss again?
(http://www NULL.flickr NULL.com/photos/stabilo-boss/4664073520/)Eric is a well-known author (http://www NULL.amazon NULL.com/Practical-Information-Architecture-Structuring-Successful/dp/0201725908/ref=lp_B0034QAQ0G_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1334629736&sr=1-1), a former two-term president of the Information Architecture Institute (http://www NULL.iainstitute NULL.org/), Chair of the EuroIA Summit (http://www NULL.euroia NULL.org/), sits on the advisory boards of the Copenhagen Business School, Kent State University, and the Romanian Information Architecture Association, and was the Professor of Usability and Design at IE Business School in Madrid, Spain.
To pay the bills, Eric is CEO of the FatDUX Group (http://www NULL.fatdux NULL.com/), a user-experience company headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark, with offices, affiliates, and representatives throughout Europe and North America.
Lessons by Eric Reiss
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One of the greatest joys I’ve had in my career is learning intriguing life lessons from my professional peers. I love hearing their stories on how they got started, and what events influenced them throughout their life that made them the person they are today. These lessons have had a huge impact on me, both personally and professionally. Because I find so much value in what life has taught people, every month I’ll post an interview with someone who has “paid their dues” in user experience and design field. The interview will focus on what life has taught them up to this point, and what experiences they’ve had that has had a direct impact on their work and life today. It’s my hope that you find inspiration, encouragement, and maybe a laugh or two as you read through these interviews.
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