Discussion Archive: December 2004

31 Dec 2004 - 1:24am
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Jeff Howard
2004

iPod Scroll Wheel

I've been watching my younger brother play with his iPod for the first
time and it's got me thinking about Apple's move from a mechanical
scroll wheel to a solid-state touch wheel on the 2nd generation iPod,
and wondering whether they needed to start with the mechanical scroll
wheel to "teach" people the concept of the circular movement? Or was it
more likely a matter of technology/price not being where they needed to
be to go with a solid-state touch wheel from the beginning?

Anyone know of any links to analysis or interviews that speak to that
point?

30 Dec 2004 - 1:22pm
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John Vaughan - ...
2004

Browser = Portal

Firefox (and some other browsers) allow you to organize multiple pages
(browser instances) into a tabfolder metaphor. You can easily cycle thru
multiple pages - they're all displayed in the same browser window.

27 Dec 2004 - 1:07pm
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Pradyot Rai
2004

HTML framework for target browser resolution!

I am seeking ideas, pointers, opinions on how to handle the new design
for enhanced target browsers? Here's the case -- the web based
application is investigated for re-design. One of the parameter that
can be enhanced is browser resolution (from 800x600 to 1024x786). That
will give us more room to play, more widgets to accomodate on the
plane.

But I have few concerns and want to validate my assumptions with your inputs --

1 How would you set your width?

27 Dec 2004 - 9:23am
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Dave Malouf
2005

User Research takes Kodak higher

NY Times today had a great article about how user research was used to shore
up Kodak's marketshare from 5% to near 20% in 4 years. they called it
"anthropology" but we know what it really is.

23 Dec 2004 - 1:40pm
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Nicole Maron
2004

ID contract opp at WaveMarket

hello Al, my name in Nicole Maron, and I'm the new Sr. Interface and Product
Designer at Wavemarket. Inc. in Emeryville, CA. I've been lurking on this list
for a few weeks and have really been enjoying the discussions. As soon as I
have a non-work- or holdiay-related moment I'll be happy to jump in.

In the meantime, we are in need of a jr- to mid-level interaction designer for a
quick 1 month contract in Jan. We'd like to talk to someone ASAP. This would be
a good opp for someone who is relatively fresh out of school, or making the
move into UE from another discipline.

23 Dec 2004 - 12:06pm
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richard ting
2004

Job Opportunity: Information Architect, MTV Digital (Full-time staff)

i am posting this for a friend. please contact jason
marks @ jaymarks at gmail.com if you have any questions.

happy holidays.

=========================================

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Job Description:

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directly to the Interactive Director, MTV Digital.

22 Dec 2004 - 11:53am
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Peter Boersma
2003

simple shapes for redundant coding of coloredobjects in a diagram

Cluxmoore wrote:
> If my flow is time/process based I will often create a simple
> step diagram with only the high level steps (~4-8) and assign
> each step a color or shade and name.

22 Dec 2004 - 11:08am
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Alain D. M. G. ...
2003

simple shapes for redundant coding of colored objects in a diagram

Hello!

Could anybody suggest standards or practices, or just tips and tricks,
for redundant coding by shape of items in a large business analysis
diagram?

This is a very large information flow diagram going through several
iterations. It is done on Visio and sections or the entire image are
output on huge sheets of paper with an HP designjet plotter. Right now
it has six "pastel" coding colors but it might pick up more.

21 Dec 2004 - 4:25pm
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Dave Malouf
2005

ADMIN: Going on Vacation ????? ( was RE: Anthony Quinn is on leave )

Let me take this moment during the winter solstice holiday season to remind
people that it is very inappropriate to have your out-of-office setting set
on, and still have your subscriptions for email lists set to receive.

Most lists have a function that allow you to suspend delivery. For sure,
ours does have such a setting and it is called mail delivery. If you go to
http://discuss.ixdg.org/ you can see our guidelines and instructions
regarding this particular setting.

21 Dec 2004 - 3:53pm
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aquinn at westp...
2004

Anthony Quinn is on leave

I will be out of the office starting 21/12/2004 and will not return until
04/01/2005.

I will respond to your message when I return. Urgent usability-related
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