Transcript of "Adaptive Path's Guide To Experience Mapping (Japanese Edition)"
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Translated to Japanese
August 2013 by Mario K. Sakata
Thanks to Adaptive Path staff for their work in creating this guide:
Brandon Schauer, Patrick Quattlebaum, Chris Risdon, Bryn Bowman,
Pam Daghlian, Rae Brune, Amber Reed, Iran Narges, Toi Valentine,
Gabrielle Parsons and Evi Hui. A special thanks to our summer
interns for all their help: Shahrzad Samadzadeh and Jason Ham.
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