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Collaborative Q&A site for UX professionals is a new collaborative Q&A site for user experience professionals.

“The goal is to build a community-led, authoritative resource on the User Experience disciplines. It’s a place where people new to our industry can ask questions about best practice and approaches to user experience and where experienced practitioners can help teach new skills and learn from each other. Like Stack Overflow (the platform this site is built on), we don’t run UX Exchange – the community does. It is collaboratively built and maintained by you. If you like a question or answer, up-vote it. If you don’t, down-vote it. Over time, UX Exchange will become increasingly valuable when there is a consensus on good information which will serve the community for the future.”

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The3Six5 A new blog-project that invites a different, often famous, person to write an entry for each of the 365 days in 2010, essentially crowdsourcing a snapshot of the year.
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