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17 Oct 2008 - 6:12am
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tahsin
2008

Interface Design vs Interaction Design

Hi all, I'm new to this discussion group and have been a systems
developer/web developer for quite a while. I only recently heard the term
"Interaction Design" used to refer to those doing interface design.

So, my question immediately was. what's the difference?

30 Apr 2008 - 11:36am
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6 years ago
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Dave Malouf
2005

designing for behavioral change for the purposes of sustainability

http://www.lboro.ac.uk/research/susdesign/design-behaviour/index.htm

This site, "Design | Behaviour" (from the UK) seems really interesting.
They don't talk about IxD, but it really sounds like they are using core
facets of IxD theory and practice in the work being explored.

We had an event here in NYC where we looked at IxD and Sustainable Design a
few months ago and this work seems to be right on target with many of the
talking points in the conversation.

Here at Moto we are looking at this stuff

24 Jan 2008 - 7:06pm
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6 years ago
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Demers, Scott
2007

Differnce between user interface and interaction design?

Hi, Folks -

Just curious how some of you would differentiate an interaction designer
from a user interface designer? Apologies if it's been discussed to
death before. Looked quickly on the discussion archive and didn't see
anything.

Cheers,

Scott DeMers

30 Jan 2007 - 6:32am
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7 years ago
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Marc specht
2007

mobile interface design guidelines

Hi all,

For one of my project i have to design interface for handheld devices. Does
anyone can point me to a good BOOK and any other literature which could help
me in knowing the guidelines or more importantly patterns of application
design for mobile devices.

Also do any one know any particular studies where people qunatify these
guidelines and standards and generated user interfaces for different mobile
devices automatically?

thanks a lot!

\marc

14 Dec 2007 - 11:25am
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7 years ago
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Sachendra
2005

Why has micro-blogging become so popular

Hi,

I can relate to people asking questions, posting experience/views,
promoting product/ideas etc; in blogs. What I cannot understand is why
"What are you doing right now" (Twitter, Pownce, Jaiku) has become so
popular.

What value does micro-blogging add which conventional blogging lacks?

-Sachendra

28 Dec 2006 - 8:43am
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1 year ago
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Wunderlich, Judith
2006

Best schools for HCI degrees?

Hello group!

I¹d love to hear your opinions about the best universities today teaching
Human-Computer Interface or similar.

Thanks!

Regards,

Judi Wunderlich
Director of Recruiting

A Q U E N T
8410 W. Bryn Mawr, Suite 600, Chicago, IL 60631
Phone: 773 695 9564
www.aquent.com

7 Mar 2008 - 12:54pm
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6 years ago
14 replies
Jack L. Moffett
2005

iPhone SDK

So, are any of you excited by the opportunities offered by the SDK
announcements yesterday? Having access to multi-touch, gestures, the
accelerometer, and location-based services—the possibilities for
innovative, or at least unique/interesting/fun interactions has me
salivating. I know nothing about Objective-C, but I sure am tempted
to get my feet wet.

Jack

Jack L.

7 Feb 2011 - 3:27pm
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Amanda Nance
2009

design exercises and/or portfolio review during interview

Hi all, Have any of you ever given design problems/exercises to someone interviewing for an Interaction design position? If so, how well did that work, and how did you come up with the design problems? It seems that the design problems cannot require a lot of background about the users or specialized domain knowledge since we have limited time with each candidate.

One person has suggested to me that reviewing a candidate's portfolio would be a better approach. I was thinking a combined approach might be useful. What do you think?

All ideas and experiences welcome!

-Amanda

15 Sep 2014 - 10:41am
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Louis Rosenfeld
2007

UX Futures: 11/5 virtual conference

Hi all; on November 5, Rosenfeld Media is putting on UX Futures: a one-day virtual conference. It's a great opportunity to set aside the daily grind, step back, and consider what's next.
9 Feb 2009 - 10:03am
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17 weeks ago
30 replies
Tom Coombs
2009

Open source user experience

I've been thinking about the open source movement.

I know very little of the UX community's involvement, so firstly I'm posting
to ask what has been happening so far. Mozilla, Open Office and some others
must have had serious UX involvement. Secondly, if it doesn't already
exist, I wonder if there's the potential for us to structure some kind of
virtual agency that would allow us to engage effectively.

Few thoughts

- In my opinion, several OS projects are incredible achievements that are
hampered by small usability problems or even just language issues.