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2010

2013 Interaction Awards: Lights, Camera, Action!

Guest Post By Mercedes Coats, Executive Producer, Marketing at Smart Design.

20 Apr 2010 - 12:51pm
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4 years ago
7 replies
LFrancis
2009

Recommendations for getting people to give their postal code

I have a quiz where people fill out 15+ questions to find out what kind of traveller they are. My client would like to ask them for their postal code, so that they can ultimately send people information and offers that are customized to their traveller type and location. They would also like the postal code to validate the geo segmentation research about the traveller type differences by location.

Quiz respondents are not asked for their full mailing address. They have an option to opt in to receive further information by providing an eMail address.

28 Mar 2008 - 8:23am
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6 years ago
2 replies
DrWex
2006

SEO Rapper

So there's a guy up on YouTube with a whole series of raps on Web
design and similar topics (like Social Media Addiction:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a0qMe7Z3EYg).
They're funny, and pretty accurate. I like the Design Coding one:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a0qMe7Z3EYg

30 Jan 2004 - 11:29am
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Dan Saffer
2003

The $$$ of Education (was Re: How to Get Into Interaction Design?)

On Friday, January 30, 2004, at 04:23 AM, Hal Taylor wrote:

> Carnegie Mellon's program is currently over $26,000 per year for a
> two year program (so, over $50,000 for tuition cost alone).

3 Feb 2009 - 11:22pm
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5 years ago
1 reply
Chauncey Wilson
2007

Livescribe Pen / was: User Research: Three user groups, five hours. What would you do?

Hi Eva,I've been using the Pulse pen since it came out and find the pen and
the software quite good. I used it at our user conference and even gave it
to some users so they could describe something to me while they drew
diagrams. I found the sound fine and there are some adjustments for
sensitivity and a special mike that you wear. I like that you can use codes
to note where there was something useful. The software allows you to speed
up the sound which is helpful and since you can bookmark or code good stuff,
the pen is quite useful and efficient.

5 Apr 2011 - 3:52am
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Sylvie DAUMAL
2008

[reminder] UX Paris Conference April 7 - Remote Search by Nate Bolt

Just a gentle reminder...

Next UX Paris Meeting - conference and drink

What: Remote Search by Nate Bolt (in English)

When: April 7th, 8pm

3 Jul 2007 - 9:08am
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tdellaringa
2006

How would you use this report? [link to report]

You can see the PDF here:

http://www.pixelmech.com/rev2/eRecruit_NoelLevitz.pdf

Tom

On 7/3/07, pauric <pauric at pauric.net> wrote:
>
> Tom, can you link to the report or show a sample result?
>
> thanks - pauric
>

28 Sep 2010 - 11:06am
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18 weeks ago
5 replies
inge.debleecker...
2009

Do freelance UX designers voluntarily carry Errors & Omissions Insurance?

I am wondering how many freelance UX designers carry some level of Professional Liability Coverage (also called 'Errors and Omissions'), and what level that might be (500K, 1M, ..). In addition, if you did buy the coverage, was it because you felt you needed it, or because a client requested it?

Thanks,

Inge

 

28 Nov 2006 - 5:20pm
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Kevin Stretch
2006

Student invents 256GB (that's GB!) sheet of paper

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Kevin Stretch
Instructional Materials Designer
918-444-5852
NET 416
Northeastern State University
Tahlequah, OK 74464

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11 May 2004 - 1:51pm
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10 years ago
1 reply
Andrew Otwell
2004

Re: what is this, Usenet? Macs vs. all others (was "web design")

>>Mac does *not* have a wide following. It is *not*
>>> successful. It influences the world in a very tiny
>>> way, [...]

> So the Mac might not have a huge market share, but
> (still) has a disproportionate influence.

Interestingly Apple, as opposed to just Macintosh, has an enormous
influence on how technology products are branded and marketed. As a
"lovemark", Apple occupies the unusual position of being a hugely
successful brand without competing at the same level of economic success
as its competitors.