Discussion Archive: September 2007

3 Sep 2007 - 3:20am
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Dave Malouf
2005

(NYC Metro Area) Registration still open - "Interaction Design of Rich Web Applications" - Starts this Wed (9/5)

Hi folks,

I wanted to remind the NYC UX community that starting this Wed (9/5)
in the evening, I'll be starting a 6 week course as part of
SmartExperience.org entitled, "Interaction Design of Rich Web
Applications".

http://synapticburn.com/comments.php?id=256_0_1_0_C

I posted a blip on my blog explaining why this class is a special
opportunity to learn both hands-on use tomorrow ideas and methods for
designing rich internet applications, but also an opportunity to
participate in an IxD seminar and studio which will

3 Sep 2007 - 12:03am
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Noemi Selisker
2006

Once the design work is finished...assure a maintenance agreement is in place

When I worked with large agencies, we were usually the vendors of record
so anytime any sort of content needed to be updated, we'd be the ones to
do it. The plus with this is it allowed us to maintain the integrity of
the experience & look and feel. The big minus is the tedious
meetings/maintenance work that it took change even just one line of
copy.

Now with a tiny NZ company that doesn't have clients beyond the life of
the delivery of the product, this is a big issue. Our current
proprietary CMS gives the clients too much freedom to change layouts,
content etc.

2 Sep 2007 - 2:11am
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Astley Le Jasper
2007

Once the design work is finished...

It's all finished. The personas, the card sorting, several itterations
of testing, the content is rewritten and it sits humming away on a
lovely new CMS.

You hand over the sparkling documentation positively bursting with fab Visio
wireframes and sitemaps. And as you walk off into the sunset, the client
wonders ... what now? Where is the site going to be in twelve months time?

How do you make sure that all the good work doesn't get undone?

1 Sep 2007 - 10:28pm
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Erez Kikin Gil
2007

UX Designer - Microsoft/ FTE/Mountain View, California

COMPANY NAME: Microsoft

JOB LOCATION: Mountain View, CA

JOB TITLE: UX Designers

JOB DURATION: Full time.

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Come join one of the most exciting user experience teams at Microsoft - a team whose day-to-day challenges include shaping the next generation of Windows Live Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Web IM, Gallery, and more.

1 Sep 2007 - 8:17am
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Astley Le Jasper
2007

Once the design work is finished ...

It's all finished. The personas, the card sorting, several itterations
of testing, the content is rewritten and it sits humming away on a
lovely new CMS.

You hand over the sparkling documentation positively bursting with fab
Visio wireframes and sitemaps. And as you walk off into the sunset,
the client wonders ... what now? Where is the site going to be in
twelve months time?

How do you make sure that all the good work doesn't get undone?