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26 Mar 2012 - 10:18am
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Chauncey Wilson
2007
7 Apr 2005 - 6:59am
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Manu Sharma
2003

Bottom Line Design Awards

>From Business 2.0:

"Good design is nice to look at, but great design exhibits beauty
that's more than skin-deep -- it integrates form, function, and market
need. The best place to see the latter, of course, is the bottom line,
which is why we created the first industrial design awards to honor
products not just for their beauty but also for their commercial
success."

http://tinyurl.com/5h35h

(no subscription needed)

5 Apr 2007 - 3:51pm
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Stephanie Heacox
2007

JOB: Experience Design, Molecular Inc., NYC

Molecular, Inc,® an Internet consulting firm, designs and builds digital
solutions to help companies increase revenues and decrease operating costs. 
It's an exciting time to be a part of Molecular. As a vibrant and fast
growing company, developing cutting edge solutions for the Internet,
Molecular is looking for talented and enthusiastic professionals to join our
team.  Molecular's success and growth is and will continue to be a direct
result of the efforts and talents of its employees. Many of our current
employees have been with us for years.

24 Oct 2008 - 3:35pm
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John Zimmerman
2007

cfp: CHI WS on Experience Design | Deadline Extended to November 6

FYI ... sorry for the spam...

Deadline Extended to November 6, 2008!!!!

Call for participation | CHI 2009 Workshop
Building a unified framework for the practice of eXperience Design

For the last several years there has been a growing interest in the
ideas and issues around experience design. Many researchers have
developed theories and methods related experience design; however,
there seems to be little agreement on what it means to practice
experience design.

22 Mar 2010 - 7:46pm
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Sarah Kling
2005

Your input wanted: Survey for creative professionals who license images

Hi all,

We're doing a short survey of creative professionals on behalf of a client.
The survey is about your image and photo licensing habits.

We'd love to get your opinion.

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/5YYDTZK

Participants can opt to enter into a drawing for prizes - they will be giving away three $150 gift certificates for either Amazon.com or photo buying credits (the winners get to choose what they want).

29 Nov 2007 - 9:29am
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7 years ago
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DrWex
2006

Books on IxDA and RIAs?

I'm looking for a good discussion on how the technologies that get
generally lumped under the "Web 2.0" label (which I hate, but never
mind) affect good established Web interaction design practices.

I don't need someone telling me what Ajax is, or what the value of
including customers as participants is - I get all that. What I'm
looking for is concrete discussion of how I should (re)think
workflows, user goal achievement, and design patterns when I have a
technology like AJAX available to me.

Any suggestions?

--Alan

10 May 2012 - 9:57am
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3 years ago
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NeilHouse
2012

Advice for getting into the industry

 

Hi,  Any help in providing me with good answers and knowledge surrounding the questions below would be great.

I want to enter into your field as an interaction designer/ user interface designer/ user experience designer focusing primarily around online products.

Quick background:

11 Jun 2004 - 2:46am
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kaushikg2004 at...
2004
12 Mar 2008 - 3:41pm
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Todd Warfel
2003

What do you want to hear—prototyping panel at the IA Summit

We're doing a panel on practical prototyping at the IA Summit (http://tinyurl.com/2ak2nu
) and want to know what attendees are most interested in.

Here's what we're planning to debate:
1. Why you should be prototyping
2. How to prototype better
3. Common pitfalls/mistakes made when prototyping
4. Common toolkits used when prototyping (it's not a my toolkit is
better than yours discussion)

What else do you guys want to hear us debate on?

10 Jan 2007 - 4:39pm
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Dan Saffer
2003

[PLUG] MX Conference Early Registration Ends Jan 15

Early registration for Adaptive Path's new conference MX: Managing
User Experience ends on January 15. The conference is almost sold out
so register soon if you are planning to come.

MX San Francisco (February 12-13) is for product and design managers,
as well as anyone interested in design strategy and business
innovation.