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2 Mar 2009 - 3:08pm
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7 years ago
15 replies
Heather Anderson
2008

Where do Gen Y Mom's go online?

Does anyone have any research or background in Gen Y Mom's, and where they
are going online? Or any type of online behavioral background? Would love
to get any info, have a crazy deadline!

Smiles,

Heather

Heather Anderson
User Experience Architect

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6 Nov 2008 - 6:20pm
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Nancy Falkenburg
2004

job:: principal interaction designer/calabasas, california/fte

Contact: me (nancy Falkenburg, nancy_falkenburg at intuit.com iPhone: 650/336.3645)

COMPANY: Intuit
JOB LOCATION: Calabasas California
JOB TITLE: Staff/Principal Interaction Designer
JOB DURATION: FTE

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Come lead the next revolution from Intuit, the makers of QuickBooks, TurboTax, and Quicken. A new team within Intuit has been chartered to re-invent and re-imagine the Online Banking experience offered by Financial Institutions.

13 Sep 2009 - 3:13am
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William Hudson
2009

"Way Out" vs "Exit" - Signage usability andpassenger experience

Just a few thoughts on 'exit' versus 'way out':
- 'way out' is not that uncommon in Europe
- 'exit' is an unusual word in written and spoken English (I cannot
recall the last time I wrote it)
- it is also impossible to work out what 'exit' means if you do not
already know (unless you happen to speak Latin!)

(For anyone interested, word frequency in English is inversely
proportional to word length in syllables.

25 Jan 2007 - 6:49pm
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Scott Weiss
2005

MobileMonday NYC: Rich Mobile Experiences with SVGt

MobileMonday New York in collaboration with Antoine Quint of SVG.org, Dan
Appelquist of Vodafone and MobileMonday London, and Scott Weiss of Usable
Products cordially invite you to join us at the "Rich Mobile Experiences
with SVG".

11 Dec 2011 - 4:33pm
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Jay Rogers
2007

Sydney IxDA Chapter Launch Event

Hey designers, a final reminder of the Sydney IxDA initial meeting tomorrow (Tuesday) night at Atlassian HQ on Sussex Street.

RSVP here: http://www.meetup.com/ixda-sydney

 

19 Dec 2006 - 2:48pm
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9 years ago
1 reply
Rob Nero
2005

Design Room, design

Our team has their own meeting room that we use as "design room" and
"project meeting room" and overall playground for whiteboard drawing and
library of resources.

13 Oct 2010 - 3:36am
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mscsmi
2010

Samsung Mobile Innovator officially launches Theme support service

On October 13, 2010, Samsung Mobile Innovator launches its Theme support service and Samsung Theme Designer.

 

Samsung Theme Designer is an authoring tool for designers and developers to create Theme content for native Samsung mobile phones including bada OS phones. With its release, designers and developers will have the opportunity to create their own themes and distribute them to millions of Samsung Mobile users across the globe via Samsung Apps.

4 Oct 2005 - 3:43pm
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Mark Rovinsky
2005

WORKBRAIN: Information Architect (Toronto, Canada)

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Workbrain is seeking talented Information Architects who will lead the
design of best-in-class user interfaces for Workbrain's next-generation
of applications. Successful candidates will become key members of a
rapidly-expanding product usability team that is focused on deploying
innovative products that maximize ease-of-use for a wide range of
end-users.

The Information Architect works on various project teams to develop
user-centered designs for enterprise web applications.

20 Dec 2007 - 2:24pm
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8 years ago
7 replies
Dave Malouf
2005

Must we be Leonardo de Vinci?

"That interplay and innovation comes out best when one person is able to
work through it all. Not a team. Teams are needed due to project deadlines,
scope, etc. Teams are the norm, true, but the ideal is still one person. I
very rarely see teams innovate. I often see single designers innovate." --
andrei

I love ya man, but this point I REALLY have to disagree with. My experience
here at Motorola Enterprise Mobility is that innovation is best done in
groups.

2 Nov 2012 - 9:29am
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3 years ago
2 replies
davidramos
2010

Is a site accessible if it requires JavaScript?

 

The Target.com website blocks users who don't have JavaScript enabled. If you turn JavaScript off and visit the Target site, you'll see a modal dialog warning you that "Target.com requires javascript to be enabled." If JavaScript is off, you can't dismiss the dialog box.

It would never have occurred to me to design a site that way, and I've never considered the accessibility implications of such a sweeping move. Is this kind of a website accessible?