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11 Feb 2011 - 10:24am
3 years ago
1 reply
22 Mar 2009 - 10:50pm
Melvin Jay Kumar

JOB POSTING : Looking for Senior User Experience professionals based in Singapore

Hello All,

Apologies for the cross posting.

Hi, I am looking for senior user experience professionals based in Singapore :

You should have an education in any of the user experience fields such as :

a) Information Architecture,
b) Human Factors,
c) HCI,
d) Interaction Design
e) related others....

You should also have experience and knowledge in any or all of the following :

a) Usability and user-centered design techniques for gathering user
needs, identifying usability problems, and collecting feedback
inclusive of accessibility.

b) Principles and best practices for designing user int

22 Oct 2009 - 11:11pm
4 years ago
1 reply

Need Research based guidelines for IA and Design Framework


Has anyone came across some research based guidelines for IA and
basic design framework?
For one project I need to justify design with the help of some
research. (Design is in the inital phase where we are finalizing
layouts, navigation structure, etc)

Thanks in advance.

~ kishor

26 Jul 2005 - 3:51am
9 years ago
2 replies
Ashish Tibrewal

Looking for studies done for homepage layout for a bank


I am looking for a research if its done or if people can share their
knowledge & experience supported by research from.

Its is about the layout of the the homepage for a commercial bank
which provides internet banking as well to its customers. My queries

a) Should there be one or more than one campaigns run at a time on the homepage?

b) What on the homepage could draw customers attention apart from
internet banking?

c) What could attract new customers to apply for a product?

d) Should the layout of homepage provide less information but more
white space and links?

25 Mar 2006 - 2:09am
Dave Malouf

Sunday night @ the IA Summit: When IxD meets IA a night at Relish Sunday the 26th

Whether you are attending the Summit or in and around Vancouver, join us for
IxDA night out at Relish (corner of Nelson and Hornby St.), 7:30 on Sunday.
Hot debates about design and chilling out with nice folks are on the menu.
Put a face to a name you know from the IxD Discuss list.

Drop us a note, if you plan to come iasummit06 at ixda.org, or simply turn up
as a last minute decision.

For directions, see http://www.relishtherestaura

5 Jan 2008 - 4:58am

Dell (and Others) Trying to Catch Up with Apple's Style

Interesting read: - http://www.macrumors.com/2008/01/04/dell-and-

"At Dell, in 2001, some were even lobbying for the elimination of the
Design Director job as it was seen as "unnecessary". At the time,
Dell only employed 6 designers, but this number has been increasing
in recent years and is up to 90 as of today."

"Design is expected to take center stage at the Consumer Electronics
Show (CES) which kicks off this Sunday in Las Vegas, NV.

16 May 2007 - 4:41am
7 years ago
1 reply
Morten Hjerde

Motorola navigation scheme all over the place?

Hi list

Does anyone know where the Motorola mobile phone navigation style is going?
They sell phones with 2 and 3 softkeys and both left and right negative
option placement.

Image here. <http://www.flickr.com/photo_zoom.gne?id=500591594&size=o>

I got somewhat excited about the Z8 phone. From looking at review images and
videos, it seems like they have a consistent "negative options to the right"

16 Apr 2004 - 2:39pm
10 years ago
16 replies
Michael Bartlett

Interaction design == web design

Hello everyone,

Just wanted to introduce myself as this is my first posting to the list (I
have been subscribed for a few weeks now). We have been evolving our own
form of scenario- and persona-orientated design for the last year which has
been a big step-change in the way we build our software products. It's been
a fascinating process as we are strong practioners of eXtreme Programming
and our developers are very intelligent (and opinionated) C++ coders. It was
very much a case of "in-mates vs. wardens" prior and even during the
adoption of this process.

27 Feb 2008 - 12:08pm
Joe Lanman

Heft and depth of content (was Portfolios)

> Do you find a danger, without a walk-thru, that the person you want to see
> the portfolio doesn't get to the full depth of what you have to show?
> I see this as almost an inherent problem with interactive navigation and
> the
> limitation of the screen boundaries to be able to convey what sort of
> material is behind any given screen

Firstly, I think this is an excellent point.

6 Dec 2006 - 2:33pm
Jennifer Boral

JOB: Experience Lead - Full-time - New York - Avenue A | Razorfish

Back in grade school, some people used to make fun of the smart kids. We
hire them. We're Avenue A | Razorfish, the world's largest interactive
agency and a division of aQuantive, Inc. (NASDAQ: AQNT). We help
forward-thinking companies transform their businesses online. We're more
than 1,000 creative minds in 12 U.S. cities and Europe. Each office is
filled with opportunities for people who want to invent the digital