Discussion Archive

11 May 2009 - 10:34am
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6 years ago
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Stephanie Hom
2009

Examples of Good Customer Support Sites

When users can't find the help they need contextually and land on a
customer support site, how can we create a good experience for them?

I've been looking at:

Adobe
http://www.adobe.com/support/

Apple
http://www.apple.com/support/

Amazon
http://tinyurl.com/2wwact

Does anyone have examples of effective customer/technical support
sites?

I'm interested in best practices on surfacing relevant help
topics/tools to users so they can self-serve with ease.

Thanks!

27 Jul 2010 - 12:41pm
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5 years ago
1 reply
adesouza
2010

Annotations template (or UI components) for PowerPoint

I am in need of a template (or stencils) for a project that requires annotations to be done in PowerPoint. I would need UI components that would usually be part of a wireframe set that includes labels and notes.

Does anyone know where I can find one?

Thanks

31 Dec 2008 - 4:57pm
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7 years ago
8 replies
Fred Beecher
2006

Research Frameworks - Definition, Examples & Creation?

Hi all,
This idea of the "research framework" has really gotten stuck in my mind
since we began altering our process here at Evantage. But here's the
problem... I don't have a specific definition of what exactly this means. So
I've made one up:

Research Framework: A collection of things to ask & things to observe in
particular contexts, along with contextually appropriate techniques for
doing so.

28 Dec 2006 - 8:43am
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2 years ago
31 replies
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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

27 Oct 2006 - 5:43am
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9 years ago
21 replies
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Soo Basu
2005

email address as username

Hi
I'm reviewing a web based blogging service. Currently on sign up, the
user has to enter a username, a display name and an email address. I
suggest that that username be replaced by the user's email address.
(from any email, say yahoo, gmail, hotmail, rediffmail, etc)
How would this impact the security of the product?

5 Mar 2010 - 1:24pm
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1 year ago
25 replies
tdellaringa
2006

Creating Design Documents for an iPhone App

Another iPhone app question for you folks. Interally we got the go ahead to run with our app. To get this far I had used vector and photoshop assets found on the web to create concept screens, which worked quite well. Basically I made comps in Illustrator and imported them into InDesign with very little annotation at this point (again just concepts.)

24 Jan 2008 - 7:06pm
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8 years ago
57 replies
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

9 Jul 2008 - 2:25pm
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7 years ago
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Steven Chalmers
2007

"Confirm password" field - Superfluous?

I have a design for a new user registration form in which I am proposing to
not use a "Confirm password" field and would like your feedback on this
decision.
The form will have 4 fields, all of which are required:

1: User name (This will be supplied to the user prior to their using this
form)
2: Password
3: Hint question
4: Hint answer

The form also has some explanatory text that describes the use of the hint
question and answer which is that the pair of fields will be used when the
user forgets their password.

3 Feb 2014 - 7:50pm
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1 year ago
3 replies
Spandana.J
2014

Best Colleges to do Masters in Human Computer Interaction in USA..

Hello,

I want to do Master's in Human Computer Interaction for Fall 2015. I need some suggestion to choose best college and how the portfolio requirements are.

Thank you.

7 Feb 2011 - 3:27pm
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4 years ago
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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