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29 Jun 2005 - 11:58pm
Tal Herman

Job Posting: Interaction Designer, Boston, Bank of America, Contract

(Apologies in case this gets double-posted. I suspect my first posting
attempt yesterday might have been rejected because I didn't realize my
Gmail account was set to send mail in rich formatting mode.)

Please note that this position is for a Boston-based contractor.

Make sure you respond to the bankofamerica.com email address listed at
the end of this message.

8 Feb 2012 - 10:44am
4 years ago
1 reply

Axure training in NYC?


I need a Axure training resource for the group I work with in NYC, about 8 people. I think it would be best if it was on site, but remote training would be possible. We know how to use on a basic level, so an advanced customized curriculum would be great. 


Thanks in advance

25 Jan 2009 - 6:35pm
7 years ago
1 reply
Elizabeth Bacon

Infrastructure Initiative update - Jan 25, 2009

Dear IxDA members,

I'm pleased to provide a progress report on the Infrastructure
initiative. This project, for which I am the project manager, aims to
significantly update the IxDA.org website, most particularly in the
areas of local groups, an events calendar, member profiles and
improved discussion tools.

Please visit the IxDA Board Blog for the full story! See

If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to
voice them.

20 Jul 2013 - 11:33pm

Costs and financials for HCI courses

Hello All,

I am planning  to apply for an HCI course next fall. Could you please let me know the costs and financials related stuff ( ~ approx)  so that i can get an idea on this?

1. How much it will be for HCI/d ( design ) course at indiana Bloomington.

Any chance of aid or waiver for international students ?

2. HCDE at UW. I found this interesting but want to know more about this.

How much this course costs ?

22 May 2010 - 6:31am
William Hudson

UCD, UX and Usability Courses in London (3 for 2)

(Apologies if you receive more than one of these.)


Thanks to everyone who completed our courses survey questionnaire. Oliver Pink at SAP was the lucky winner of the Amazon voucher.


30 Jun 2006 - 1:34pm
9 years ago
5 replies

Stuffing focus to textbox controls

This may relate to the recent auto-tabbing thread...

For using a proxy server to establish an internet connection, we have one checkbox for enabling the proxy, which makes active a textbox for the server and port plus another checkbox for authorization. Turning on the second checkbox enables username/password fields.

What should happen with the input focus when the checkboxes are turned on? Should it stay where the user last clicked, or should it move to the newly enabled textbox, or go somewhere else.

17 Mar 2008 - 4:06pm
bcopello at ari...

Job: Information Architect/Interaction Design. Loc: NYC. CO: Ariel Partners: Recruiter/ Full-time Employee or Contract. Duration: 2-4 Years

*Information Architect/Interaction Design*

This position is for immediate hire. Structure flexible for the right
resource able to make a long term commitment; i.e. Full-time Employee or
Long term consulting will also be considered.

This opportunity involves the development of a Web based product on a
J2EE Websphere platform employing AJAX Technologies on the front end.

26 Feb 2007 - 12:14pm
9 years ago
1 reply
UI Desginer

JOB: UI - Interaction Designer - NYC, NY - Hari, Contract

Interaction Designer / Usability Engineer

The successful candidate will be expected to have excellent analytical skills and be able to develop user interface designs, create prototypes, as well as designing and conduct usability evaluations. Experience with user-centered design methodology is a must.

Responsibilities include working within a team of business analysts, project managers and developers to define applications UI.
Translating user and business requirements into detailed user interface designs is crucial. Candidate will build low fidelity and high fidelity prototypes.

21 Feb 2005 - 10:52am
11 years ago
4 replies
Narey, Kevin

Estimating for iterative design

I currently give time/cost estimates for iterative design based on a minimum
of two iterations of a prototype and then demonstrations to the project team
and customer. Historically I've found that this has been a problem in more
than one project area, as two iterations is usually not enough to get the
product design licked, due to unforeseen technical complexity. Costs
inevitably become an irreconcilable issue.

24 Nov 2009 - 2:04pm
6 years ago
6 replies
Yun Liu

Google added AJAX to Google Translate?

I used Google Translate a lot, from English to Chinese, from simplified
Chinese to Traditional. The process was like: you type in text you had ->
clicked the Translate button -> the page will help you to translate.

Today, when I use google translate, I find that as soon as you put in a
character, it will help you to translate it. So I guess google has added
AJAX function to the page, when you put anything into the text area, it will
trigger the translation function, and begin to pull out data from the
database(or something like that).