What about me then?
I have a pragmatic stand to software development and I always focus on the user first.
If it's not usable it will not be used.
But to be usable it must not only look good, the internals has to support and guide the user in the right direction.
The information presented must be molded and tweaked to give this support.
I have been working with software from the 80's, and watched a lot of technologies reach the peak of the hype curve and disappear.
I have seen waterfalls dry out and RUP crash land from the inside and I am convinced that the the agile development that we are implementing today will live on.
Software development are finally getting the tools that fits the process of raftmanship. Next in line to embrace this change is the interaction design process.
But I will never stop develop and improve just because I think the right tools has been found.
I think everything can improve and adopt and I will never stop questioning.
Since 2003 I have been working together with a terrific crowd of dedicated and creative people at Jayway .NET (formerly known as Dotway).
We are the founders of the gratest developers conference in scandinavia - Øredev.