Joy Mountford
The Spring issue of Ambidextrous, the design journal of the Stanford d.school, contains a fairly long interview with Joy Mountford>.

Joy has been designing and managing interface design efforts for over 20 years. Most recently she was vice president in charge of Yahoo’s user experience and design group (where she was recently “hounded out in a particularly nasty way“). Joy also worked at Interval Research Corporation and was the founder of Apple’s highly acclaimed Human Interface Group.

In the interview she talks about the future of interface design, the privacy challenge and a lot about prototyping.

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(via InfoDesign)