Discussion Archive: August 2009

19 Aug 2009 - 1:54am
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Manish Govind P...
2006

Yahoo and the browser back button...

Am i the only one here or do you often click on the browser back button after you've read an email, instead of clicking on Check Mail<?> .
I use Safari. 

Manish Govind PillewarDesigner-User's ExperienceThoughtworks | Pune

18 Aug 2009 - 11:13pm
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Philip Fierlinger
2009

SXSW talk on rapid prototyping

I just wanted to put in a shameless plug for my proposed SXSW talk on
rapid prototyping...

http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/ideas/view/2293

I've done the talk at a couple other events, including Web 2.0 Expo,
and it always generates great feedback.

Cheers.
Philip

18 Aug 2009 - 8:05pm
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Dante Murphy
2006

Video of User Testing with an Interactive Prototype

Hey everybody...
I am looking for a very specific video to help illustrate the value
of early-stage interactive prototype testing with a client.

What I need is a video that shows user testing with a prototype that
is not "finished" looking...something akin to an interactive
wireframe, or a mixture of wireframe and video clips.

Let me know if you have anything close to this...a couple hours on
Google and YouTube hasn't led me to the promised land.

Thanks in advance,
Dante

18 Aug 2009 - 7:25pm
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Shima Kazerooni
2007

Fixed or rotating feedback icon?

Hi,
 
Has anyone conducted usability studies or knows about user preference for a fixed position rotating feedback icon (eg. [+] Feedback) versus a rotating and scrolling one which follows the user as they scroll up and down a page.
 
Thanks,
Shima

18 Aug 2009 - 11:55am
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Sean Pook
2008

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18 Aug 2009 - 10:59am
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AlokJain
2006

Understanding how surveys are used

Hi All,

My apologies for cross posting

I am running a study to understand how surveys are used in our field.
I would appreciate if you could help us out and take the following
survey.

https://survey.insightify.com/f83-a0b-ea9-536

Thanks in advance
Alok Jain (AJ)

18 Aug 2009 - 10:11am
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DrWex
2006

Looking for a row-entry design pattern

There's a pattern that I've seen a couple places - MS Access being the
one that comes immediately to mind - where a person is doing
row-oriented data entry and filling in one row then hitting return
causes a new empty row to be created automatically so the person can
continue data entry without having to go elsewhere for a special
"create new row below this one" command. Does anyone have other
examples of this pattern handy or better yet a description/writeup of
the pattern?

Thanks
--Alan

18 Aug 2009 - 8:42am
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Gregor Kiddie
2008

Netbooks lead the way on how we%u2019ll be usingour mobile phones in the near future

" There is an interesting interaction problem here. If I carry
different devices depending on what I'm doing on a given day, how do
easily I tell the carrier which device I want to receive calls on?"

http://googlevoiceblog.blogspot.com/

Looks like Google is trying to sort that problem by being device
independent.

17 Aug 2009 - 11:27pm
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Sally Abolrous
2009

Job: Visual Designer at a Seattle Startup (contact or intern)

We are looking for an outstanding visual designer to join our startup.
You will be responsible for researching, designing, and prototyping
new user experiences based on product requirements and interaction
wireframes. You will deliver design mockups, produce visual asset,
and document a “style guide” to guide development.

Ideal candidate must be creative, have a strong understanding of
user-centered design principles, have an affinity for consistency,
color use, typography, and have a keen eye for subtle details and
aesthetics.