Discussion Archive: November 2003

5 Nov 2003 - 10:18am
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Rick Cecil
2004

Interaction Design Group Newsletter 11.05.03

Welcome to the Interaction Design Group Newsletter. The newsletter will
be mailed twice a month (depending on volunteer availability) and will
include a progress report from the various taskforces and groups working
diligently toward the formation of our group.

We're very excited about the future of interaction design,
and want to make sure everyone knows that we are making progress.
Equally important, we want to remind everyone that this is not a closed
process and anyone can join the Working Group.

5 Nov 2003 - 9:38am
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11 years ago
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GK VanPatter
2003

Idea Capture Tools

Has anyone out there ever conducted an interface design audit/evaluation of
the existing idea capture tools on the market?

Examples:

http://www.innovationtools.com/Tools/SoftwareDetails.asp?a=53

http://www.imaginatik.com <http://www.imaginatik.com/

http://www.innovationtools.com/Tools/SoftwareDetails.asp?a=95

5 Nov 2003 - 9:22am
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Dave Malouf
2005

UK UPA Salary Survey

Thought people might be interested in this.

5 Nov 2003 - 6:45am
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Narey, Kevin
2004

OO Interface Design

Broad question Andy.

What sort of 'thoughts' were you thinking of?

We work on web UI's as part of an object oriented development team (Java)
using the IBM AD Methodology.

Here's a couple of links that may help anyway:

Object Modeling and UI Design
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0201657899/qid=1068035401/sr=1
-2/ref=sr_1_2/104-2326066-9059951?v=glance&s=books
A useful book with a collection of studies on the subject.

3 Nov 2003 - 4:43am
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11 years ago
10 replies
Narey, Kevin
2004

Internal scrolling usability

I apologise now if this is too fine grained for this forum.

As a web ui developer I often come across the issue of displaying large
amounts of data on one page. Recent feedback suggested that some of our
users don't really mind internal scrolling as it keeps the surrounding
environment 'stable' whilst scrolling through large amounts of data (i.e. a
frameset).