Discussion Archive

6 Apr 2009 - 12:21am

Local group at Moscow, Russia

we are going to start organizing a local group at Moscow, Russia and
I want to find an IxDA members there who are interested in this
group. We are planning to find some interesting things and share them
on a on- (or off-) line meetings.

And, of course, if you want to help me with this - you are welcome


Sergey Kudryashov

19 Nov 2008 - 12:35pm
Tony Tulathimutte

In search of remote UX professionals

We're looking for remote user research experts for our upcoming book with
Rosenfeld Media, titled, shockingly, "Remote Research." Are you handy with
UserVue, Keynote, WebEx, UserZoom, OptimalSort, or MindCanvas (RIP)?

6 Mar 2010 - 6:05pm
4 years ago
1 reply

Help Me With My Experience Design Diagram?

Hi everyone,
I'm looking for some feedback on a model I'm building to explain the complexity of experience design. My theory is that in the communication business, we're all experience designers and that we come at that from different disciplines. To build the best experiences, we have to have time and space for collaboration. Nothing groundbreaking, but I'd like to bring some different teams together around a common goal.

I've got some feedback from people outside the field, but I'd really like to know what you think. The diagram and comments I've recieved so far are here:

30 Sep 2010 - 4:20am
4 years ago
6 replies
John Gibbard

The PERFECT interaction or experience designer's workspace

So, we have been thinking about an impending office move and the inevitable relocation of the team of Information Architects to a new building. We want to take the opportunity to create an ideal environment for generating exceptional user experiences from strategy through documentation to prototype.

Some background

4 Jun 2007 - 5:33pm
Peter Merholz

[PLUG} Adaptive Path's UX Week; 13-16 August; Washington, D.C.; Discount Reg ends June 8


The program for Adaptive Path's UX Week is nearly complete, and I can
say without reservation that it is the premier user experience
conference out there:


August 13-16, Washington, D.C.

Topics covered include:
- service design
- rich internet applications
- accessibility (for rich internet applications)
- design and research for mobile devices
- social media
- agile development and user-centered design processes
- documentation
- and more

And we have a

1 Jul 2009 - 1:25pm
5 years ago
12 replies
Chauncey Wilson

References to clients/colleagues/managers/companies in social networking discussions/posting

There was a message earlier today that had a lively discussion about
printing out passwords, but the subject line brings up another
meta-issue of how we address those we work with/for. The subject line
referred to "crazy client". In this world of social networking and
myriad connections, should we be careful about references to those we
work with. I've seen Twitter messages where people are talking about
their "bad manager" and "their crazy company" and wonder how these
references might hurt in the long run.

24 Mar 2008 - 2:43pm
6 years ago
9 replies
Lada Gorlenko

Scenarios and Task in usability testing

> I do not have a particular
> strategy to make scenarios, and scenarios and tasks are the same for me.

Typically, SCENARIOS are treated as end-to-end user activities that lead
to achieving a specific user goals and TASKS are individual actions
within these activities. For example:

Goal: Feed myself before going to work

Scenario: Make a breakfast
Task 1: Pour water into a kettle
Task 2: Put the kettle on
Task 3: Put cereal in a bowl
Task 4: Get milk from a fridge


30 Jun 2008 - 7:49am
jim muntone

JOB; Web Designer; Princeton, NJ; Dow Jones; Full Time

Web Designer
Princeton NJ
Dow Jones
Full Time

As a Web Designer you'll work alongside our user experience architects
and technology teams to bring concepts to life. The ideal candidate
should have experience with "information design" (think NYTimes.com not
Brand.com) and have a strong grasp of color, typography and space.

16 Jan 2007 - 2:34pm
Traci Paris

JOB: WeberShandwick in NYC looking for IA

WeberShandwick's online division is focused on brand consulting,
communications, online outreach and design renowned for using breakthrough
simplicity and clarity to create compelling solutions to our clients'
complex business challenges. We are currently seeking an information
architect for the group who can look outside of the interactive box and
deliver solution for the changing social media landscape and multiplatform

5 Aug 2010 - 4:39am
Caroline Jarrett

Event: Workshop on Survey Design, Dundee, Scotland, 7 September

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