Discussion Archive: December 2009

5 Dec 2009 - 6:02pm

Questions For UX Video on "How to Ace Your Career in UX"

We are making a Video on " How to Ace your Career in User Experience" where
we are interviewing senior level UX professionals and getting their advice
on " What message do they have for the UX community so they can grow in
their career." Video will be available to the entire UX community.
If you have any specific questions you will like to have the answers for
please send them my way.
.Harvinder Singh
210-614-4198 O
210-884-1311 C
harvinder at bestica.com

5 Dec 2009 - 5:51pm

User Recruitment Agencies:Delhi/Maharashtra/Kerala

Hi Steve,
Send me the details of what you will like and we might be able to help you

Harvinder Singh
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harvinder at bestica.com
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5 Dec 2009 - 12:59pm
6 years ago
12 replies
Sharon Greenfield5

Mint (ok now Intuit) CEO gets it

Who convinced and taught this left-brain oriented engineer/CEO that
the user experience mattered? Please have them write a book how; many
of us go through this painful experience every day.


"Q. How has building a company changed you personally?
A. I’ve spent a lot of time on computers since I was about 6 years

4 Dec 2009 - 4:13pm

[JOB] User Interface Designer III - Amelia OH

I am moving West and leaving my position... posted below.

User Interface Designer III - Amelia OH

The companies of American Modern Insurance Group are nationally recognized leaders in specialty insurance, and currently serve more than 1.3 million policyholders throughout the country. Based in Cincinnati, Ohio, American Modern Insurance Group is rated A+ (Superior) by the A.M. Best Company, an independent analyst of the insurance industry.

The UI Designer III will design user interfaces and navigation models of form-based, Web applications.

4 Dec 2009 - 12:41pm
Ed Burke

JOB: Information Architect/UI/ Contract

Information Architect/UI
You would be responsible for providing user-centered design methods
to translate user needs, create comprehensive sitemaps, wireframe
systems, and process flows for large-scale website. Must be able to
present recommendations to cross-functional teams and senior clients.
In addition, you will provide heuristic evaluations, user profiling,
and scenario generation. This will be a tough design challenge.

4 Dec 2009 - 9:44am
stuart mease

[JOB] Creative Services Director, Blacksburg, VA, Rackspace Email and Apps, Recruiter, Full-Time

Develop innovative user experience for existing and future customersthat differentiates Rackspace brand versus industry. Directs on-lineand off-line activities to build brand awareness and drive traffic,primarily to Rackspace’s Email & Apps Website. Responsibilitiesinclude web development, user experience, graphic design, on-linecontent, promotions and social media. Keeps executive-level managementinformed of departmental progress and opportunities.

3 Dec 2009 - 4:56pm
6 years ago
2 replies

Examples of Entering Extensive Detail

Our product, Mumboe, is all about managing business contracts.
Entering these contracts and their details is an almost unavoidably
intricate process, and we're trying to make it easier and more

I'm looking for examples of Web sites or Web/desktop apps in which
users must configure or enter extensive detail to configure or author

An example may be Dell.com, where ordering a computer takes you
through the process, component by component, either in a guided
fashion or in an all-at-once list view, or maybe even Monster.com's
resume builder workflow, in which you define your

3 Dec 2009 - 3:55pm
Boston IxDA

[event][job] Reminder: Litl Webook demo and Processing For Designers 'think tank'

Reminder that we're going to meet the Litl Folks for a demo of their webook
at 6:30 at the Stata Center Cafe. Please come prepared to ask questions
about the process that went in to the product. Then those interested in
Processing can join us at the Miracle of Science around the corner once the
demo & discussion are done.

3 Dec 2009 - 3:51pm

Adaptive Path Discounts

Hi IxDA,

Early bird registration is now open for these 2010 events and IxDA members
get an additional 15% off:

*MX 2010* <http://mxconference.com/>* *
*Managing Experiences Across the Web and Beyond*
*A conference for people who take a leadership role in guiding better
experiences into the world.*
*March 7-8*
The Intercontinental San Francisco
$1,295 through December 31st
($1,595 regular price)


*UX Intensive Amsterdam <http://www.adaptivepath.com/events/2010/uxi/>*

3 Dec 2009 - 2:55pm
6 years ago
3 replies
Craig Melbourne

Does anyone know of any good UK based User Experience (UX)/User Centred Design (UCD)/ Information Architecture (IA) training?

Hi Tom

Although I've not attended any I know that User Focus run short UX
and usability courses.

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