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21 Jun 2012 - 3:06pm
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alotofmath
2011

Web analytics question

Hi,

I am assessing some web products we use at a library. (Yes, not a very exciting environment, but what can you do?)

Can anyone show me some good examples of how to present this sort of data in a report?  And, any good resources on the topic of analytics I can refer to that you may know of?

30 Oct 2007 - 2:37pm
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7 years ago
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Johansen, Kristen
2006

Tips on "breaking into" IA/ID/UxD industry forrecent graduates?

I often get applicants fresh out of school and I'm always
disappointed when their portfolio consists entirely of
homework assignments. To me, anyway, that's an indicator
that they didn't have enough interest or ambition in
their field to do at least a few freelance projects (who
doesn't have a cousin/friend/etc who needs a website?)
and get some real-world experience. I can't stress
enough the importance of internships while you're in
school, or at the very least trying to do the *same kind
of work* you're aspiring to get.

26 Oct 2007 - 5:01pm
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Elizabeth Buie
2004

CLARIFICATION: JOB: Senior Usability Officer at the American Library Association (Chicago, IL)

I am not collecting resumes for this offer. Please send all resumes and inquiries to cvivian at ala.org.

Thanks.

Elizabeth
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Luminanze Consulting, LLC
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fax +1.301.949.9694
http://www.luminanze.com

26 Nov 2007 - 3:49am
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7 years ago
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Kontra
2007

"Author interview: 'Punching In' at the Apple Store"

For those of you interested in the design of user experience and
customer-facing employee training at Apple Stores, I just published a
lengthy interview with Alex Frankel, the author of the just-released
"Punching In: The Unauthorized Adventures of a Front-Line Employee."

Kontra: I noticed that you underlined the "permission" aspect of
engaging the customer into revealing their intent, as the salespeople
used the "Would it be alright if I ask you…" phrase quite a bit.

18 Nov 2010 - 3:40pm
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4 years ago
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Lisa Goldberg
2007

Re: [IxDA] Need research data for mobile users and usage

Are they tracking analytics for their site? I would start there for device usage data.

Lisa

10 Oct 2006 - 11:13pm
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8 years ago
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Dan Saffer
2003

A Semi-Theoretical Question

If there was a book that covered advanced topics in interaction
design, what would those topics be?

By "advanced" I mean, light on methods.

10 Aug 2010 - 2:13pm
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splendidnoise
2010

[COMMERCIAL] Acquia seeks designers to participate in usability test of beta product

 

Your experience matches what we're looking for to do some usability testing and we'd like to request 60 minutes of your time to review a product being developed by Acquia.  We'll do this online at your convenience.  We will be testing throughout August and September.  Another way to participate is to follow us on Twitter @drupalsgardens. We send a broadcast tweet when we are testing and you can jump in when you're free.

29 Mar 2009 - 6:17pm
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6 years ago
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Christopher Fahey
2005

Designing (for) Experiences

Re: the debate over whether experience can be designed:

Jon Kolko wrote:
> If I claim to "design a rollercoaster", I intend for it to be
> duplicated -
> exactly as I created - over and over.
>
> If I claim to "design the experience of using the rollercoaster", it
> follows
> that I intend for that use to be duplicated - exactly as I created -
> over
> and over.
>
> If I claim to "design the experience framework in which the
> rollercoaster is

6 May 2008 - 4:46pm
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6 years ago
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Sharon Greenfield5
2008

Constructive criticism for this redesign?

I am not an employee of the company, had an interesting time trying
to maneuver around it this morning, and finally caught hold of the
ear of someone involved who wanted specific repsonse. What Spool Rules
(tm) [I just made that up, it sounded funny. I don't think Jared had
trademarked rules...yet] is this following or not following? Thanks!

http://www.intel.com

Thanks!
-Sharon

20 Aug 2007 - 1:30pm
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Andrew Chen
2007

event on Facebook apps in the Bay Area (oct 6th)

For those of you guys in the bay area, here's a great upcoming event with a
10% off registration code for the next 48 hours:
http://platform-andrew.eventbrite.com/?discount=facebook

It looks like there'll be a couple talks regarding designing interactions
within widgets and Facebook apps, and how to approach it both from a user
perspective and also from a viral marketing perspective

FYI

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CommunityNext: Platform
Palo Alto, CA - October 5-6th
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The premier event on social network Platforms and APIs i