Discussion Archive: May 2005

12 May 2005 - 9:22pm
Greg Petroff

ID Strategy Conference in Chicago Next week

Anyone from the list attending the ID Strategy Conference in Chicago
Next week? If so maybe we can have an impromptu face to face.


12 May 2005 - 3:39pm
11 years ago
2 replies
Ben Hunt

Introducing ID+, a very early networking concept

Hi group.

I'm posting after quite a long absence to give you early sight of a very
*very* new networking concept that I've invented in the last few weeks.

For now, I'd ask you not to promote this outside your immediate
contacts, because the infrastructure on the site is not quite ready (I'm
building a new forum to manage community discussions, which is almost

12 May 2005 - 3:17pm
11 years ago
1 reply
Peter Boersma

Do most interaction designers also delivergraphicaldesign

David wrote: (I missed the original, but here's how Billi Mandel quoted him)
> > My point here is that a single wholistic (hate the term
> generalist) designer will
> > probably be better about communicating their ideas with more detail.

Last month I wrote this about generalists and specialist:

"[...]At EzGov we are specialists, not generalists.

12 May 2005 - 2:17pm
Austin Govella

Improving task flows

I've been trying to add more context to task flows.

I think more context is better, and I'm also gearing up for
documenting asynchronous web apps (RIAs and Ajax).

To add more context to task flows, I've differentiated between active
and passive tasks.

12 May 2005 - 10:45am
Joy Zigo

Branding and User Experience Design - Panel in NYC

NYC Usability Professionals Association presents:

Branding and User Experience Design

If the "brand is the experience" online, then what kinds of user experiences
should great brands be seeking to deliver -- and how do they create them?

Building a well-branded site draws on many aspects of design -- a website's
look and feel (graphic design), the way a site is organized to convey what
the brand deems most important (information design) and actually shaping
experiences in the information architecture that deliver on objectives
(interaction design).

Come and learn from our pan

12 May 2005 - 8:51am
Harry Brignull

Re: Narrowcasting (in reply to Ischai Cohen)


in reply to Ischai's question on public display screens, you might be
interested in some of the papers referenced here:
www.dynamo-interactive.com (maybe paradiso's acoustic knock tracking).
I've recently finished working on the above project and I've just
written my PhD thesis on this (summary at www.ux-design.net ) so you
might have luck if you browse these.

hope this helps

- Harry

11 May 2005 - 11:45pm
Sharad Solanki

IxDG F2F Meeting in Pune, India 4:00pm-6:00pm, Saturday 14th May 2005

Sorry for cross posting
Hi all,
The 4th Face to Face IxDG meeting is proposed on 14th May, Saturday at C-DAC's NATIONAL MULTIMEDIA RESOURCE CENTRE, Pune.

4:00pm -6:00pm

Saturday 14th May, 2005

Dinesh S.

11 May 2005 - 6:33pm
11 years ago
3 replies
Steve Baty

Fwd: Statistical analysis in interaction design

Just to assist in moving the dialogue a little, my own recent work used a
combination of the following techniques:

- Simple Cross-tabulation of recorded data to aid in 'understanding' the
data set;
- Determinant analysis of the data set to sort out the meaningful
(independent) from the non-meaningful (dependent) variables;
- K-Means clustering analysis of the independent variables (three in total)
to create 'groups' of data records
- multi-variate analysis of variance (ANOVA) on the independent variables
for two sub-groups (by location of recording) to test for significant
difference be

11 May 2005 - 2:52pm
Dave Malouf

IxDG One-time Face2Face in Tel Aviv, Israel on May 23rd

I'm going to be in Israel, and thought it would be a great opportunity for
me to have an informal gathering with many of the Israeli designers who are
part of the IxDG community. No fancy presentations or anything like that.
Just a social gathering of designers.

We will be getting together on Monday, May 23rd @ 7 PM in the relatively new
part of the Tel Aviv port.

11 May 2005 - 1:37pm
11 years ago
1 reply
Anastasia Fischer

personal geographies and UIs

I was working on a project last year that was based on a UI comprised of a
series of user configurable tiles each with their own content.