Discussion Archive: July 2008

14 Jul 2008 - 4:44pm
0
6 years ago
1 reply
Cindy Alvarez
2004

Seeking user experience copywriter (SF, contractor)

Hi all -
I'm looking for someone who can come in and help me craft some concise,
easy-to-read instructions and inline text for a registration workflow and
some web-based administration pages.

I'm pretty happy with our workflows, but writing great copy isn't my
specialty. I'm not looking for "marketing-ese" -- my focus in on simple,
usable, understandable, "even if you don't read you'll still get it" copy.

My company is located in San Francisco, but it's not necessary for you to be
on-site.

14 Jul 2008 - 11:03am
0
Shannon Caddigan
2008

JOB: User Experience Manager: SF: Jessie Stehle: Full Time

*Title: User Experience Manager*
*Location: San Francisco*
*Compensation: mid to high 100's + generous bonus* + possible relocation
assistance

Are you interested in helping a booming, well known, consumer site
deliver an end-to-end innovative experience with the redesign of their
site? Does driving research and design that will define how people
interact with and relate to a complex site inspire you? This could be
your ideal role. The company is seeking a User Experience Manager to
manage all aspects of the UE team.

14 Jul 2008 - 10:32am
0
Jared M. Spool
2003

[PLUG] UI13 Conference Sneak Preview Pricing Ends 7/15

[Apologies for duplicated posts]

Based on many of the conversations we've had on this list, I know
there's tremendous interest in in-depth seminars on interaction
design, information architecture, and design strategy. These are just
a few of the things we've put on the program for UI13.

This week, the pricing for the conference goes up and I wanted to make
sure that everyone on the IxDA list had a chance to get in at the
lowest available price.

14 Jul 2008 - 9:29am
0
Jamie Collinsworth
2008

JOB: Sr. Digital Designer; Stuttgart, Germany; frog design; Full Time

Come to Europe - and make it your home!

http://www.frogdesign.com/about/careers/stuttgart.html

Ever vacation in Berlin (or Munich, Rome, London, Paris, Amsterdam) for
just two weeks and wish you could see more?

Are you inspired by the proximity of the many and varied cultures of
Europe? Do you love design, all things digital and have a polished
portfolio to back it up?

Well, stop dreaming and move to the heart of Germany!

14 Jul 2008 - 7:16am
0
USID Foundation
2008

USID2008 Conference- Call for Papers

Hi All,

USID Foundation (Formerly HCI-Hyderabad) invites papers for USID2008
conference. The conference is planned from 4th to 6th September 2008 in
Bangalore, India.

Thanks & Regards
USID2008 Team
www.usidfoundation.org
Mobile: +91 9866237620

*
*

*
*

*
*

*USID2008 Call for Papers**

*The advancement in communication and Internet technology are affecting our
life at work as well as at home.

14 Jul 2008 - 6:24am
0
6 years ago
7 replies
Steve Baty
2009

statistical significance

Elizabeth,

To be honest, unless you've got just two audience segments (personas) then
I'd suggest you look at whether or not you can talk to all of them in some
form. Barring that, I'd suggest around 10 users per estimated persona. As a
minimum, I'd be aiming at 24-30.

Steve

2008/7/14 Elizabeth Parham:

> - apologies for posting this in the wrong place the other day, was trying
> to
> do things in a hurry :-(
>
>
> Hello,
>
> I have to do a proposal including timings for a solution in which there

14 Jul 2008 - 5:47am
0
6 years ago
7 replies
SemanticWill
2007

Visualizing Connections on Social Networks

Are there any social networking sites that allow you to dynamically
visualize your social networks? Are there any that allow you to "tag" your
ties to all the people on your social network graph? The research and
ability is out there - just look at visualcomplexity.com, but my question is
- why can't I navigate through my social networks on LinkedIn, Facebook,
Twitter, Gather, or anywhere else like I can navigate words in
VisualThesaurus.

14 Jul 2008 - 1:10am
0
mcaskey
2008

online shopping - checkout experience

I'm curious about "checkout". Is anyone else also interested in this,
or am I the nerd at the party right now?

I've experienced some good and some not so good (ok, I'll say it: horrible).

Most recently I've been impressed with the checkout experience offered
by the out-the-box design in Magento (a free, open-source online
shopping system).

It appears to be a "one-page" checkout, showing you right off the bat
that there are 6 things to go over during checkout (maybe a bit much for
the top-level steps in the process): 1. Checkout Method, 2. Billing
Information, 3.

13 Jul 2008 - 10:35pm
0
6 years ago
1 reply
Terms:
Manish Govind P...
2006

Behavioral patterns of an online gamer: references/experiences share needed

Hi all,

I need references on behavioral patterns or any statistical information on features usage patterns of an online gamer. Any experiences/thoughts are most welcome. Tried searching stuff online, but I couldn't figure out how to access stuff on NCBI and didn't find much on ACM either.

Any pointers?

Thanks in advance,
Manish Govind Pillewar
UXD-Thoughtworks India Pvt. Ltd.
Bangalore
+91 9740073112

__________________________________________________________
Not happy with your email address?.
Get the one you really want - millions of new email addresses available now at Yahoo!

13 Jul 2008 - 9:45am
0
6 years ago
4 replies
Michele Marut
2005

iphone 3g and new apps?

All,
Has anyone had the chance to try out the new iphone 3g and the new apps
available? If so , what are your thoughts?

Michele