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31 Jan 2010 - 2:56pm
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Jarod Tang
2007

Nokia, Nintendo, Netflix and E-Ink respond to the iPad

Sent to you by jtang via Google Reader: Nokia, Nintendo, Netflix and
E-Ink respond to the iPad via Engadget by Paul Miller on 1/30/10
We're sure just about every company on the map has an opinion on
Apple's new device, but a few big wigs have taken time out of their
busy schedules to weigh in on the device. These are their stories.

- Nokia's Mark Squires, Head of Social Media, was mainly confused by
Apple's statement that it's the biggest mobile device manufacturer,
surpassing Nokia in combined revenue on media players, phones and
laptops.

27 Feb 2008 - 7:42am
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Paul Reijnierse
2008

Curriculum changes for Interaction Design program

Hello everyone, I am a graduate student Interaction Design at the
Utrecht School for the Arts in The Netherlands. Today I've been asked to
attend a seminar on the way the pre-graduate curriculum for Interaction
Design should evolve in the coming years. Currently the curriculum is
mainly focused on a practical form of Interaction Design and design of
multimedia in particular. The last years the theoretical approach has
been scaled down dramatically, for example a course into Cognitive
Psychology has been pulled from the curriculum.

2 Sep 2009 - 1:57pm
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Nora O Murchu
2009

International Workshop: \"Open-Ended Design: Future Challenges for Designers and Developers\"

Dear Friends,

this very exciting workshop will take place ad part of Tweak on
September 23rd.

9 Jun 2007 - 3:07pm
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7 years ago
1 reply
Keith_Karn
2007

Survey on user-centered design processes

The user-centered design process includes common elements such as
gathering user requirements, developing user profiles, performing task
analyses, logical design, prototyping, usability testing, and design
iteration. We teach these to students and read and write about them in
papers and textbooks. I’m curious to know how regularly each of the
process elements is currently performed in industry and who in the
organization performs each of these. This is probably a good thesis or
dissertation topic (any grad students who want to work on this?).

29 Sep 2009 - 3:42pm
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Matt Nish-Lapidus
2007

[EVENT] CanUX Early Registration until Sept. 30!

Hi Everybody!

I just wanted to forward on the info about CanUX, an amazing event
coming up in November. Early registration is on until Sept.

29 Mar 2006 - 3:48pm
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Christopher Fahey
2005

JOB: Senior Project Manager at Behavior

[sorry for the cross-posting]

Behavior is seeking a New York-based Senior Project Manager for a full-time
staff position.

Candidate must have 5+ years experience managing web design and development
teams on large scale large budget projects (think high six-figures, or seven
figures in dot-com-era-dollars). We're looking for someone who loves
managing projects and people, who can be meticulous with a team who is
already deeply committed to a high-quality design-centric approach, and who
understands the unique challenges of working with both creative- and
technology- based projects.

29 Oct 2003 - 4:55pm
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Dave Malouf
2005

Techtionary

http://techtionary.com/members/index_in.html
Username: Guest
Password: Guestiq

case counts
Only good till 11/2

-- dave

20 Aug 2010 - 11:42am
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4 years ago
1 reply
gabefriedman
2007

Like Yahoo Answers. but paid and accurate?

I work for a startup catering to real estate brokers. Our market research typically involves calling several of them and asking questions. Not great.

What I'm looking for is an online "answer marketplace" where:
- "answerers" have been screened for professionalism, occupation, demographic info, etc...
- "askers" set parameters on who can answer, # of answers, price per answer etc...

I've found sites on which an "expert" will answer your specific question, but in this case i'm looking for some crowd source aspect - I want many replies to a a few questions.

13 Oct 2009 - 7:40pm
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5 years ago
1 reply
bambou
2009

Learn to build iPhone apps easily with Corona -- Workshop, Oct 17 in San Francisco

Whether you're a designer with some or no programming skills, this
workshop is for you! Learn how to build iPhone applications with a
new and revolutionary tool called Corona, in this 4-hour workshop
this coming Saturday morning October 17, in San Francisco. Details
and registration at
http://iphonenetworklounge.eventbrite.com

Corona is the recently released product of Ansca, a Palo Alto-based
mobile software company.

10 Jan 2006 - 4:03pm
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Amy Kang
2005

JOB: Interaction Designer @ Right Media NYC

Hi guys,

I've been pretty quiet since the summer but my company is looking for
interaction designers so I thought I'd post it here. We're a profitable,
fast-growing technology company in interactive advertising space. If you
have any questions about the company, feel free to drop me a line.