Transitioning from User Experience to Product Management: Part 1

“Increasingly, many UX professionals feel that they have the experience and insight to wield more authority and make a larger impact on the products they h

“Increasingly, many UX professionals feel that they have the experience and insight to wield more authority and make a larger impact on the products they help to build. Product management is garnering more interest from interaction designers (IxDs), information architects (IAs), and UX designers looking to increase their influence and ensure user-centered product development. Becoming a product manager is a logical move for many UX practitioners, as it requires many of the same skills, traits, and competencies involved in crafting a user experience.”


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Date:
November 24, 2016
Author:
XPLANE