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4 Feb 2008 - 3:11pm
Wunderlich, Judith

Job Opening: Usability Consultant, Chicago, recruiter

Contract job:

Our client has recently merged with another large organization. Their
online/interactive presence has been compiled and there are issues with the
functionality of this large website. That is where you come in... we are
seeking a seasoned, talented usability consultant to work with cross
functional teams to identify current functionality and usability issues and
gather/create business requirements.

26 Feb 2008 - 3:38pm

[JOB] Going.com Web/UI Designer - Boston, MA. Full or part time.

Please apply directly if you are interested (I'm just the messenger here,
don't know anything about the position!). Info at the bottom of the listing.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Web/UI Designer (full-time or 20+ hours part-time)Are you a multi-talented
designer looking to have a real impact? Going.com <http://going.com/>, the
site that connects people with cool things going on in their local city and
with like-minded others, is seeking a designer to help us realize the full
vision of helping people enjoy life in their city.

25 Nov 2011 - 3:31am
3 years ago
6 replies


Hey everyone,

It's been around 3 months that I have been designing infographic. My experience says that infographics help more in getting the content consumed and get more eyeballs. A few days back, I posted an infographic about Analytics optimization on our company blog, and i got 60 retweets in no time. I also got a retweet from Brian Clifton (a well known Analytics Guru). It's a first time that I've got such a response for any of my content. 

20 Feb 2007 - 4:04pm
8 years ago
1 reply
Jeff Axup

Resizing of Application Windows and Data, OK or not?

Hi all,

Question concerning standards for resizing of application windows:

I'm working on a Java application which has a variety of graphs shown in a
main application window. The widgets are fairly complex and spatial
arrangement of their features, and the graphs relative to each other are
necessary for rapid comprehension of the data.

7 Jun 2008 - 8:09pm
7 years ago
1 reply
Boston IxDA

[Event] IxDA Boston invites you to a night of short talks: June 26th

IxDA Boston is very pleased to announce our first nanoConference, a
night of 10 minute talks examining hot button topics for designers,
moderated by Chauncey Wilson.

As you can see we've got a great set of speakers presenting on topics
ranging from research to evaluation, from communication to process...

Juhan Sonin: Design and Open Source Software
Jeremy Merle: Designing in an Agile Environment.
Ian Muir: Designer-Developer collaboration
Jesse Beach: HTML5 Heads Up
Jared Spool: What's the Best Way to Compare Multiple Design Alternatives?
Christa Houlahan: Search, Beyond the Box
Matt McKeon:

2 Feb 2005 - 5:42pm
10 years ago
6 replies
Jason Brock

Form labelling - left or right justified?


Does anyone know of any usability research papers discussing complex
screen based form design/layout.

Thanks in advance,

26 Jun 2008 - 10:13pm
7 years ago
1 reply
Adam Connor

Sketches of popular web apps

Twitter, Flickr, Vimeo and others. Interesting to see how some of these
UIs got their start.


adam connor
little green toaster
adam at littlegreentoaster.com

3 Dec 2008 - 1:10pm
Swati Shah

UX Designer Needed - Product Designer - Redmond, WA - MAQ Software - Swati Shah - 6 months Contract

*Talented UX Designer Needed*

We need a Product Designer to design user interfaces for web, software,
and/or hardware products. Write functionality design specifications. Design
and implement prototypes, mock ups, task analysis, usability studies,
personas, user flows, wireframes, style guides, navigational structures, and
affinity diagrams. Generate design ideas; presents and sells designs to
product group. Understand customer needs and motivations and integrates them
into product design to contribute to user features and functionality.

*Qualification and skills*


29 Aug 2011 - 4:19pm
3 years ago
1 reply
Robert Cockburn
24 Jun 2009 - 2:09pm
Louis Rosenfeld

ANN: Design for Care (UX + healthcare) book underway

(apologies for duplicate postings)

Hi all; I'm very excited to announce that Rosenfeld Media is developing a
new title, *Designing for
The design disciplines as critical healthcare professions.* Informatics
designer *Peter Jones <http://designdialogues.com/>* of Redesign Research,
author of *Team Design,* and an expert on the intersection of design and
healthcare, is writing this book.