Discussion Archive

11 Feb 2009 - 4:28am
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Mike Padgett
2008

Is using JavaScript to submit a form WCAG 2.0compliant?

Hi Marcus,

You're on the right track! What I think is happening here is that you're looking at that silly WCAG wording and thinking there's something else in there you haven't seen. It reads like a standard pre-nuptial agreement for Donald Trump, doesn't it?

The statement: "any information or functionality that is implemented in technologies that are not accessibility supported are also be available via technologies that are accessibility supported" means in practical terms that you cannot do anything in JS that you can't be done when JS is disabled or unavailable.

5 Feb 2009 - 9:26pm
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Itamar Medeiros
2006

Interaction Design Pilot Year: Graphical User Interface projects

Core77 has recently
featured<http://www.core77.com/blog/education/interaction_design_pilot_year_gallery_of_work_12549.asp>in
their blog The Interaction
Design Pilot Year <http://ciid.dkds.dk/>, a collaborative initiative between
Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design (CIID) and The Danish Design
School (DKDS), with the aim of bringing together students, faculty and staff
in a multi-cultural, multidisciplinary studio environment to co-crea

30 Sep 2009 - 4:22pm
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4 years ago
1 reply
Carrie Ford Hilliker
2008

Anyone been to FOWD?

I'm thinking of heading to FOWD in November in NYC. Has anyone been
or have any thoughts?

http://events.carsonified.com/fowd/2009/nyc

Thanks!

Carrie
@fordvisuals

7 Jan 2009 - 11:27am
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Robert Skrobe
2008

[EVENT] - UPA-PS - UW LUTE Lab Tours - Thursday, Jan 29, 2009 - Starting 5pm PST

The Puget Sound Chapter of the Usability Professionals Association will be
hosting usability lab tours at the University of Washington's Laboratory for
Usability Testing and Evaluation (LUTE) on Thursday, January 29th, starting
at 5pm PST. (http://uwtc.washington.edu/navresearch/lute.)

LUTE was founded in 1990 as a self-supporting research facility within the
Department of Technical Communication at the University of Washington.

28 Jan 2009 - 6:10pm
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5 years ago
5 replies
Nehal
2009

Interactive interiors

Hi everyone I am an interior designer who is trying to design an interactive
exhibition experience whish you can help me with this question:

Where does the role of an interior designer stop, for the interactive
designer to start, in designing an interactive exhibition space (including
interactive display surfaces, and smart material)??

or Do you know about any collabrative work in this field i can benifit from
?

27 Apr 2009 - 11:54am
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Tom Callaghan
2008

[JOB] UX Designer (Focus: IA & Writing). Seattle. Angry Lapdog Productions

Angry Lapdog Productions* is a very early-stage startup.  We’ve
identified a category of content-  call it “X”-   that is all over the
Web, yet has never been the focus of a Website.

20 May 2007 - 6:40pm
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7 years ago
4 replies
frank gruger
2007

Learning how to sketch

Hello Alexander,

I'm sure the list with perk up with some of the standard classics, but this
is one I've stumbled across recently and have been buying up spare copies
for friends whenever I come across it:

Visual Notes for Architects and Designers By Norman Crowe, Paul Laseau

http://tinyurl.com/ywmwlg

A former colleague of mine found it in the "leave a book/take book" pile in
the basement of her co-op.

21 May 2008 - 8:32am
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6 years ago
7 replies
DrWex
2006

Is a Flash-intro to a personal portfolio still good/relevant?

Let's assume that you've done the proper work to provide a "Skip
Intro" button. Let's further assume that you've done at least the
minimum to make your content accessible to people without the Flash
player.

The question I ask, then, is: does having a Flash intro to a personal
site, which may include one's portfolio or resume, make sense in
today's job market and design environment?

16 Mar 2008 - 12:37pm
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6 years ago
6 replies
Kevin Doyle
2007

UX/IxD terminology: Prototype

Okay, I've heard lots of words around here that I think we all have
different meanings to us personally. The one that seems to be currently
messing up a few of us in one thread is the word "prototype", so let's start
with that.

To me, a prototype is a scaled down model of what you want things to look
like. I think what's messing us up the most is that it's too general of a
term and could be used to describe just about anything we do at any point.

I'll break down some of the terminology I use with the client and you can
agree or disagree from there.

1 Feb 2011 - 4:52pm
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3 years ago
8 replies
Thomas Schluchter
2009