Discussion Archive: November 2009

8 Nov 2009 - 2:16pm
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kchanasyk
2009

UW Interaction Design MFA

hi! I'm considering the Interaction Design MFA at University of Washington. Was wondering if anyone is familiar with this program?

http://art.washington.edu/35_Interaction-Design

thanks in advance!

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Kara Chanasyk | m 503.236.1544 | w whitelotusdesign.com

7 Nov 2009 - 4:38pm
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4 years ago
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Jeremy Yuille
2007

litl

hi all - anyone had a look at the litl?
http://www.litl.com/
if so - how's the os?

6 Nov 2009 - 7:12pm
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Eugene Kim
2005

[JOB] UX openings at AT&T Interactive, Glendale, CA

Hi All,

We have 2 junior to intermediate UX openings available at AT&T
Interactive in Glendale, CA. Don’t be daunted by the “Human Factors
Engineer” title in the job description--we just want great UX
designers just like you! In a nutshell, we’re looking for people who
have 1 – 3 years of experience with hands-on work in creating
wireframes/specs and a good knowledge of usability and prototyping.

6 Nov 2009 - 12:02pm
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Anna Thompson
2009

Testing partner in Mexico?

Hi,

Can anyone recommend a good testing partner in Mexico? Ideally one
that has experience of working with large companies, and has tested
travel websites in the past.

Thanks.

6 Nov 2009 - 8:02am
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Inken Petersen
2009

JOB: User Experience Designer at XING, Hamburg (Germany), Full Time

We currently have a job opening for a User Experience Designer,
available at the soonest possible starting date. The position is
based at our headquarters in Hamburg, Germany.
XING makes your professional network an active part of your life.

6 Nov 2009 - 7:53am
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Elizabeth Kessick
2008

[JOB] - user experience designer for JustGiving.com - London, UK - full-time

Hello! Elizabeth here - I'm the product manager at JustGiving, a fantastic place to work in London. We're looking for a new user experience designer to join our team - if you're interested drop me a line at Elizabeth at justgiving.com<mailto:Elizabeth at justgiving.com>.

6 Nov 2009 - 5:28am
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4 years ago
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William Hudson
2009

E-Commerce Terminology Survey (Correction)

(Apologies, a minor typo caught my eye as I was clicking the send
button. You need to be a 'woman' over 40, not a 'women'.)

Last week I asked list members to take part in a short survey regarding
terms I found while benchmarking e-commerce clothing sites.

The two terms (both used without explanation on www.nordstrom.com) were
'French front shirt' and 'placket shirt'.

The survey had 287 respondents, 40% male and 60% female.

6 Nov 2009 - 5:25am
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William Hudson
2009

E-Commerce Terminology Survey

Last week I asked list members to take part in a short survey regarding
terms I found while benchmarking e-commerce clothing sites.

The two terms (both used without explanation on www.nordstrom.com) were
'French front shirt' and 'placket shirt'.

The survey had 287 respondents, 40% male and 60% female. Exactly 5 women
(1.7% of respondents), all over 40 years of age, knew for sure what a
French front shirt was, 31 respondents (10.8%, predominantly women) had
a vague idea, while the balance of respondents (87.5%) had no idea.

Plackets faired a little better.

6 Nov 2009 - 5:08am
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guang Yang
2009

UCD China Guangzhou city yearly conference would be open in 21st NOV in Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts

The yearly conference of UCD China in Guangzhou city would be open in
21st NOV in Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts(广州美术学院)
college city campus.

People give lectures and speaks in this conference includes
interaction designers, UE personnel and UCD management staff etc.

6 Nov 2009 - 12:30am
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4 years ago
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Jerry Gennaria
2009

Best Practices and/or Examples of Search Results for Mixing Password Protected (members-only) content and Public Content

I'm interested if anyone has any thoughts (or examples) of mixing
password-protected (member-only) content and public content in search
results.

I have a couple of projects for associations serving a mixed audience
of members and the general public. Some articles/pages on the site are
available to the public and some are only available to members. One
thought we're exploring is allowing non-members to search the site
and see both public and private results, but only be able to click
through to public content.