Discussion Archive: October 2007

18 Oct 2007 - 6:25am
k lenox

IxDA SF - 10/18 INTERSECTION: Where Interaction and Industrial Design Meet

IxDA SF presents:

INTERSECTION: Where Interaction and Industrial Design Meet
featuring case studies from Cooper, frog design, Motorola and IDEO


Taking advantage of industrial design presence in San Francisco for
the ICSID/IDSA Connecting 07 conference, IxDA San Francisco is
delighted to host an evening of dialog between two closely related
but often siloed fields: Industrial Design and Interaction Design.

18 Oct 2007 - 3:56am

"What’s in Leopard for Designers (1): Core Animation"

"In a week, you'll be able to purchase Leopard. In a few years, you
may look at it as a watershed event for a new interface paradigm. With
over 300+ features Leopard is a big cat.

18 Oct 2007 - 2:36am
8 years ago
2 replies
Morten Hjerde

Touch is the new Click - Gestures are the new UI

Don't know if anyone of you saw the announcements in London two days ago? I
know its outside the US so it doesn't really count, but here is the heads up

A mobile, open development platform with touchscreen, haptic feedback,
presence, GPS location, WiFI/VoIP and an AJAX capable web browser. Only
Google Gears is missing. Nokia showed a touch UI phone with a development
environment. It is not multi-touch, darn! The touch screen in the demo was a
resistive type single point touch screen.

17 Oct 2007 - 9:34pm
Etkin Ciftci

Face-toFace Istanbul

Hi there,
Local Face-to-Face group of Istanbul is about to launch. Please feel
free to join this initiative especially if you reside in Turkey, so
we may build a dynamic community together from the scratch.



Etkin Ciftci, Phd.Stu.
Dept. of Industrial Design
Istanbul Technical University

17 Oct 2007 - 8:55pm
8 years ago
1 reply
Matt Nish-Lapidus

A List Apart web design survey results - Blogging

This survey is always incredibly interesting. I'm sure a lot of us on
this list participated, and the number of total participants this year
blew me away. Over 32,000! That's amazing.

One results I found really interesting in a timely way is that 72% of
web professionals have a blog. I just started a blog for the first
time on years and only have a couple posts at the moment.. and I
actually find this statistic a little discouraging.

Do I have anything new to add to a field that already has
approximately 22,000 voices? Probably not.

17 Oct 2007 - 7:51pm
8 years ago
24 replies
Daniel Yang

A List Apart web design survey results

Not sure if people have noticed this survey from A List Apart that
was published yesterday. It's an annual survey on skills, titles,
geography, salary, hours, etc. in web design.


I'm curious as to people's thoughts of the results.

- Dan

17 Oct 2007 - 6:11pm
8 years ago
1 reply
MJ Broadbent

Auction of UI Intellectual Property?!

Saw the headline below yesterday and thought I'd share. Kind of
trippy; had never thought that intellectual property would/could be
auctioned in this way! Particularly UI stuff. Hmmmm, weird. Anybody
aware of this sort of thing? Thoughts/comments?


17 Oct 2007 - 5:43pm
Mila Songer

JOB: User Interface Designer / Louisville, Kentucky, USA / Stonestreet One, Inc. / contract position

Hello Everyone,

If you're looking for a small technology company where you can
participate in all aspects of inventing and bringing to market, here is
a great job opportunity.

Please submit resumes electronically to jobs at stonestreetone.com.

Thanks very much,
-Mila Songer
mila.songer at gmail.com
Usability Consultant to Stonestreet One, Inc.

17 Oct 2007 - 5:02pm
Melissa (Goldst...

JOB: Lead Interaction Designer at Hotwire.com (San Francisco)

Hotwire is hiring a Lead Interaction Designer.  Resumes should be submitted via the following link:


Company Overview
Hotwire.com is a leading discount travel Web site with consistently lower prices on airline tickets, hotel rooms, rental cars, cruises and vacation packages.  Launched in 2000 with funding from six major airlines, Hotwire negotiates deep discounts from its trav

17 Oct 2007 - 4:33pm
Oleh Kovalchuke

How to not change the design (YouTube) with a few commonsensical rules for the change

A quip.

YouTube has changed their design recently. One thing they did right about
the change initially - they didn't force the change: an unobtrusive message
had invited you to "try" the new layout before you switch.