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30 Nov 2007 - 11:55am
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Amanda Holder
2007

JOB Sr Interaction Designer (New York, NY - Digitas) Full-Time

Sr. Interaction Designer

Digitas has an opportunity for a full time Sr. Interaction Designer who
excels in interaction/experience design.

The optimal candidate will be well versed in the underlying ideas behind
Web 2.0, while being grounded in the fundamentals of usability.

12 Sep 2012 - 11:12am
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kchowell
2012
20 Aug 2007 - 4:43am
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oozcan
2006

Results of Istanbul Workshop

Dear All,

European Interaction Design Summer School has placed in July 1-12, 2007 at
Kadir Has University. The program is funded by ERASMUS LLP. The project
can be seen at http://www.khas.edu.tr/idss07/

Oguzhan Ozcan
Coordinator

16 Oct 2007 - 5:22pm
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zibadesign
2007

JOB: Interaction Designer, Portland OR, Ziba Design, Full Time

Position - Interaction Designer

Reference # - IXD72007

About Ziba
Ziba Design, Inc. is an internationally recognized design consultancy that
helps companies create meaningful ideas, designs, and branded experiences
that consumers crave. We have based our success on a working environment
that attracts the world’s finest creative talent, and allows them to
realize their true potential.

Position
Ziba is looking for an Interaction Designer to join our Portland, Oregon
based Interaction Design team.

21 May 2008 - 1:37am
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8 years ago
9 replies
Dante Murphy
2006

Content inventory link ID numbering conventions

I always use 0.0 for the Home page. If there is another state of the home page (logged in, or admin user, etc.) I might use 0.1 or 0.2. Sometimes I will also give a global page a 0.x number, like Search Results, since this doesn't belong to any content category.

x.0 maps to a category page. Not all category pages have children.

x.x maps to a child page.

Most often, I will only go to a third level if there is a process embedded in a child page, like submitting a form or completing a purchase.

26 Sep 2007 - 11:40pm
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Janna DeVylder
2006

[Event] Chicago IxDA - Oct. 10th - Design Pattern Libraries

If you're in the Chicago-land area, please join us for our first
topic-oriented event!

Topic: The 'WHAT', 'WHY' and 'HOW' of design pattern libraries
No one seems to be talking about pattern libraries these days, so we thought
we'd be the first to... oh, wait.
Ok, so everyone is talking about them. But WHAT are they? WHY are they worth
our consideration? HOW do you create and utilize one (and how far do you
have to go for it to be useful)?

Presenter(s): You...and the well-stocked audience.
This is not the event where you will only hear one perspective on this
matter.

27 Oct 2003 - 1:00pm
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Greg Petroff
2004

ny times today business

Nice articel today discussing the value of good user
centered design for online retailing.

http://www.nytimes.com/2003/10/27/technology/27ecom.html

Greg

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4 Jun 2008 - 7:47am
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8 years ago
7 replies
kimbieler
2007

ISO: Something do to in New York, June 5

I might have some down time tomorrow afternoon between meetings. Is
there some fabulous IxD-related exhibit or anything I ought to check
out while I'm in NY? Looks like I just missed a glass-making demo at
Cooper-Hewitt. :-(

Cheers,

-- Kim

4 Apr 2007 - 3:13pm
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9 years ago
8 replies
Terms:
Jared M. Spool
2003

Excellent Portfolios for IxDs

Hello everyone,

I'm interested in some examples of excellent online portfolios for
interaction designers.

What's the best way to represent one's work to potential employers?

Anyone have some rockin' examples they want to share with the group?

Jared

Jared M.

13 Aug 2007 - 3:27pm
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8 years ago
3 replies
Jack L. Moffett
2005

Req: Reference on readability of centered vsleft-justified text

Paul,

Not exactly, but here is a reference to a website for a book that
does discuss text alignment.

http://www.papress.com/thinkingwithtype/text/alignment.htm

Best,
Jack

On Aug 13, 2007, at 3:54 PM, Paul Schreiber wrote:

> Does anyone have a reference showing that left-justified text is more
> readable than centered text?
>
> Something like:
> (a) an academic study or paper
> (b) a textbook
> (c) a well-known graphic design book
>
&g