Discussion Archive: November 2008

6 Nov 2008 - 5:26pm
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Nancy Falkenburg
2004

job:: principal interaction designer/mountain view, california/fte

Contact: me (nancy Falkenburg, nancy_falkenburg at intuit.com
iPhone: 650/336.3645)

COMPANY: Intuit
JOB LOCATION: Mountain View, California
JOB TITLE: Mobile Design Principal/lead
JOB DURATION: FTE

Intuit is seeking a Mobile Design Leader to help us produce useful and delightful mobile experiences. The hands-on Mobile Design expert is responsible for inspiring and helping guide the company-wide Mobile initiative.

6 Nov 2008 - 5:20pm
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Nancy Falkenburg
2004

job:: principal interaction designer/calabasas, california/fte

Contact: me (nancy Falkenburg, nancy_falkenburg at intuit.com iPhone: 650/336.3645)

COMPANY: Intuit
JOB LOCATION: Calabasas California
JOB TITLE: Staff/Principal Interaction Designer
JOB DURATION: FTE

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Come lead the next revolution from Intuit, the makers of QuickBooks, TurboTax, and Quicken. A new team within Intuit has been chartered to re-invent and re-imagine the Online Banking experience offered by Financial Institutions.

6 Nov 2008 - 4:37pm
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Ian Fenn
2007

Axure RP Design Library v1.0 released!

Hi,

Apologies for the cross-posting, but...

Axure RP Design Library v1.0 has been released.

AXLIB is is an open source project to create a robust design library of
common interaction patterns for use with the prototyping tool Axure RP.

You can download our first release from here:

http://code.google.com/p/axlib/downloads/list

Unzip and then open/import as you would any Axure RP project file.

Luke and I, the two currently leading the project, have tried hard to
provide a number of patterns that people will find useful, but this

6 Nov 2008 - 2:12pm
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jalton
2008

[EVENT] Chicago IxDA November 12 %u2013 Social to Mobile

Hi! Will this event be recorded for later viewing?

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Posted from the new ixda.org
http://www.ixda.org/discuss?post=35132

6 Nov 2008 - 1:30pm
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5 years ago
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ckarbass
2008

Multi-select on the web

Hi All,

Imagine you have a web page that displays 100 thumbnails of 100px by 100px
pictures. Futhermore, let's say the user is a non-technical person in their
thirties. What is the best way to enable the described user to choose the
majority of the thumbnails excluding certain ones? For example, let's say
the user wanted to select 95 of the 100 pictures.

Explorer Paradigm:
Our first thought is to recreate the explorer paradigm on the web. In order
to select the pictures, the user could rubber band select the 100 pictures
or press [ctrl + a].

6 Nov 2008 - 12:02pm
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6 years ago
5 replies
Veena
2008
6 Nov 2008 - 11:09am
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Janet M. Six
2003

[event] IxDA - Dallas/Ft. Worth World Usability Day Event

Hi,

The next IxDA - Dallas/Ft. Worth local event is kindly being hosted
by imc2 on World Usability Day, November 13th. Please email me for
the details.

Janet

Janet Six
IxDA - Dallas/Ft. Worth -- Local Coordinator
dallas-local (at) ixda.org

6 Nov 2008 - 10:58am
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4 years ago
2 replies
gitika
2008

Protoshare, anyone?

Has anyone used Protoshare for prototyping? Would love to hear any good/bad
experiences.
www.protoshare.com

Thanks,
Gitika

*Gitika Ahuja, CUA*

Internet Development Group

Business Analyst/Information Architect

HarperCollins*Publishers*

10 E 53rd Street, New York, NY

6 Nov 2008 - 9:53am
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6 years ago
8 replies
R Sengers
2008

Error messages for edit-in-place forms

I'm working on an Ajax app that will have edit-in-place forms (a.k.a. inline
editing). Page has read-only data; parts of the data are editable. User
chooses to edit a part; that part turns into an editable form. When user
saves changes, the form converts back to read-only data (this happens
without a page reload).

The fields in the forms are required.

6 Nov 2008 - 9:03am
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Louis Rosenfeld
2007

PLUG: web form design webinar with Luke Wroblewski

(apologies for cross-posting)

Hi all; just a reminder that *Modern Web Form
Design<http://www.rosenfeldmedia.com/webinars/webforms/>,
*a webinar with Luke Wroblewski, is just around the corner. It takes place
on November 13, 1-2pm EST.