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22 Jan 2010 - 9:09am
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dunx bee
2010

JOB ~ UX Designer ~ London UK ~ Caplin Systems ~ Full Time

We are looking to recruit a UX designer, to join me in the UX team at
Caplin in London.

Email me your CV to either: duncan.brown at caplin.com or dunx.bee at gmail.com
Job spec below:

Background
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This is an opportunity to join the UX team of a creative,
fast-growing, profitable, independent software company.

Caplin Systems is a world leader in Web technology for fi

27 Apr 2007 - 11:32am
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8 years ago
3 replies
Kevin Silver1
2006

Transcription Services

Hi,

Does anyone know of any good transcription services that are quick
and accurate? I have a bunch of interviews I need to get transcribed
and it seems that the local talent is stuck in the land of mana.

Thanks,

Kevin

Kevin Silver
Clearwired Web Services

10899 Montgomery, Suite C
Albuquerque, NM 87109

office: 505.217.3505
toll-free: 866.430.2832
fax: 505.217.3506

e: kevin at clearwired.com
w: www.clearwired.com

9 Dec 2010 - 1:20pm
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USID Foundation
2008
20 Feb 2008 - 10:45am
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Joy Zigo
2005

NYC-UPA 2/26 - Wayfinding: Real World Signage & Online Design

*Reminder:
*NYC Usability Professionals Association presents:

*Wayfinding: a real world signage system & its implications for online
design***

Think it's important to know how to get around a website? How about a
hospital? Find out how Sylvia Harris, a leading Information Design
Strategist, was able to create a new vision for visitor information delivery
at the New York area's largest hospital.

5 Dec 2003 - 12:44pm
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11 years ago
1 reply
Moser, Craig
2003

XP: Extreme Programming & Product Usability

I'm interested in hearing from anyone here who has experience (good or bad)
with the Scrum/XP (eXtreme Programming) process for software development and
how Interaction Design, Human Factors and Usability fit in.

Background info: http://www.xprogramming.com/what_is_xp.htm

8 Feb 2009 - 12:39pm
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6 years ago
2 replies
Vishal Subraman...
2005

Different actions on multiple data types

I have a list containing two types of data elements (say A & B). Some
actions (say 1 & 2) can be performed on Type A only, some (say 3 & 4) on
Type B only and some (say 5 & 6) on both Type A & Type B. What would be the
best UI to display these interactions? It would be awkward if only the
allowed actions are enabled based on the items selected. Its not possible to
separate the two types of data elements.

--
-Vishal
http://www.vishaliyer.com

1 Feb 2005 - 9:33am
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10 years ago
7 replies
Dave Malouf
2005

Concept drawings? "prototypes"?

http://www.wired.com/news/space/0,2697,66457,00.html?tw=wn_tophead_1

This is an article in wired.com about concept drawings for NASA and other
space agencies.

The reason I bring it here, is to point out an example of where
non-working-prototypes are valuable total product lifecycle process.

The artist put it this way:

"Conceptual space art provides the initial glimpse at what could be," said
Rawlings.

11 Jul 2008 - 7:02am
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djetsa
2008

Eye Gaze Patterns while Searching vs. Browsing a Website

Those involved in designing image rich websites would find this
interesting: http://psychology.wichita.edu/surl/usabilitynews/91/eyegaze.asp

Sorry if it was already posted here.

R

8 Aug 2007 - 1:39pm
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7 years ago
11 replies
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Vishal Subraman...
2005

ixDA get together at Adaptive Path UX Week (and DC local chapter)

Since many of us are going to be there, anyone interested in getting
together for a few drinks or something?
This would also be a great opportunity to kick up the DC local chapter which
has been dormant for a while. Any takers for that?

--
-Vishal
http://www.vishaliyer.com

30 Apr 2007 - 9:20am
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8 years ago
5 replies
Dan Saffer
2003

Brainwaves as Input Method

A convincing twin of Darth Vader stalks the beige cubicles of a
Silicon Valley office, complete with ominous black mask, cape and
light saber. But this is no chintzy Halloween costume. It's a
prototype, years in the making, of a toy that incorporates brain wave-
reading technology.

Behind the mask is a sensor that touches the user's forehead and
reads the brain's electrical signals, then sends them to a wireless
receiver inside the saber, which lights up when the user is
concentrating.