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November 03, 2009

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KH

Very helpful. In Asia, there are terminology problems too. (I'm an korean.) Teams in a company have used different terminology whenever ux meeting has been held. Moreover the ux terminology we use is loanword from Englsish. Really confused.

Anyway, I could get good insight from your artical.

Thanks.

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