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3 Nov 2009 - 5:32am
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Stuart Nolan
2009

Designing Mystery: Mystery vs Magic - Anticipation vs Wow.

I have read with interest the thread on Exploring the Magic of Design
(http://www.ixda.org/discuss.php?post=46102) and thought I'd start a
related thread on mystery by posting a link to a blog post...

http://digitalweek09.blogspot.com/2009/11/designing-mystery-anticipation.html

I'd be interested in responses to this post from other fields of
interaction design.

I have been running closed workshops on Designing Mystery since 2002
and have only r

5 Nov 2003 - 2:52pm
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GK VanPatter
2003

Call for Conference Proposals

FYI

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Do you have a compelling, provocative or fun perspective on designing
interactive systems?

5 Feb 2007 - 3:59pm
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Bridget McGoldrick
2006

JOB: R/GA Seeks Sr. Interaction Designers - New York, NY USA

At least 3-5 years experience.

Please send your resumes to bridget.mcgoldrick at rga.com

About R/GA:

Named Adweek's Interactive Agency of the Year and included in
Advertising Age's "Agency A-List," R/GA's culture is associated with
creative excellence, innovation and collaboration. Emphasis is placed
on quality of work, team spirit, and the ability to partner well with
clients and other agencies.

5 Oct 2009 - 8:26pm
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4 years ago
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Charlie Kreitzberg
2008

Dear CEO:

Hi:

Recently there have been a number of threads about how to present the
argument for UX design to a company. In response I have put together the
following outline for a presentation. What improvements can you add?

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>>Value Proposition

User Experience Design is an enormous opportunity for our company. It will
allow us to be more competitive and more profitable. With the right strategy
it's straightforward to implement, inexpensive and risk-free.

21 Mar 2005 - 5:21am
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9 years ago
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Welie, Martijn van
2005

Five Lenses: Towards a Toolkit for Interaction Design

Well, I am not sure how valuable such very abstract essays are. It sure
doesn't help most practitioners in their daily work. I'd even doubt that the
'theorists' have much to gain from this essay. A lot of this kind of
'de-constructionistic theories' (not sure of that is proper English...:-)
lead to a 'analytic view on (a part of) the world' and they are only in some
cases useful for the 'construction' of new things in the world of
'interaction design'.

In other words, what is the problem that this essay addresses? That there
isn't a unified theory for interaction design? Do we need one?

3 Dec 2003 - 1:14pm
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10 years ago
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Meyer, Fred
2003

Services and Interaction Design

How does a service-oriented approach to business affect the design of
software products?

A current business trend is organizing software products and personnel
around services, rather than organizing around software products.

20 Nov 2008 - 2:39am
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Theresa Singh
2008

[JOB] Recruiter: Web Application UI Designer in Truckee, CA (full-time)

Our client is a rapidly growing, privately-held company located near Lake Tahoe in the mountain resort town of Truckee, Calif. Cultivating the highest levels of customer ethics, they serve as a trusted partner for customers across the mortgage and lending industries. They use the most progressive technologies available and human, hands-on analytics to deliver highly accurate and reliable tools, including Broker Price Opinions (BPOs), Appraisals, and Value Reconciliations.

26 Sep 2004 - 12:57am
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9 years ago
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Listera
2004

"Narcissism of small difference"

So what's the idea behind ''Massive Change'' [1]?

Bruce Mau: There's a design revolution coming out of North America. It dares
to imagine the welfare of the entire human race.

You mean, like the iPod?

Bruce Mau: No. It's not interesting to me. One of the most important things
we did was take the visual out of design.

<http://www.nytimes.com/2004/09/26/magazine/26QUESTIONS.html>

Let's hear it from the Canadians, anyone seen it yet? Posturing?

20 Aug 2008 - 6:30pm
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Matt Theakston
2007

JOB: Interaction Designer : Chicago + San Jose : Visde : Full Time

Hello All -

We are currently looking to expand our team, both in Chicago and San Jose:

*Interaction Designer*

Visde seeks an Interaction Designer who has the ability to quickly grasp and
distill highly complex matters into clean
understandable solutions.

The Interaction designer will be responsible for researching, designing and
prototyping user experiences, creating design mockups, wireframes, flows and
writing documentation required for proper implementation.

*Qualifications:*

- A passion for good design and incorporating innovative technologies.
- Relentless attention to detail and th

2 Mar 2006 - 10:21pm
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Elizabeth Bacon
2003

JOB: St Jude Medical - Los Angeles, CA

The St. Jude Medical Human Factors team is growing again! I hope to find
some fantastic IxD folks to join our group...I've personally found that
working on medical device technology is infinitely rewarding.

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COMPANY: St. Jude Medical, CRMD
LOCATION: Los Angeles, CA, USA (Sylmar)
POSITION TITLE: Human Factors Design Engineer
DURATION: Full Time

ABOUT THE COMPANY:
The Human Factors Design team at St. Jude Medical is recognized as having a
central role in defining interactive products that satisfy and delight our
customers. St.