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3 Apr 2007 - 1:22am
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Nancy Falkenburg
2004
15 Jan 2010 - 12:42am
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Jessica Petersen
2008

Will you be at SXSW Interactive?

I would love to organize an IxDA meet-up during SXSW. Who is
interested?

27 Oct 2009 - 10:43am
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5 years ago
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frances botsford
2009

Tools for Faceted Search

Does anyone know of good tools for enabling faceted search? I've seen
this:

http://flamenco.berkeley.edu/

but it looks pretty old. I work for a university, so pricey
commercial solutions probably won't work for us.

Thanks for your help!
Frances

20 Jan 2007 - 4:51pm
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8 years ago
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Dave VanEsselstyn
2007

JOB: Information Architect, New York NY, Wireless Generation, Inc. Full - Time

ABOUT WIRELESS GENERATION, INC.:
Wireless Generation deals with the massive streams of information that guide
children's education. We launched just 6 years ago. Today we serve millions
of students -- more than 10% of all children in America between the ages of
5 and 8. We are booming because our vision for changing education is both
compelling and profoundly needed.

We're focused on replacing archaic paper systems and helping teachers and
schools use data to support instructional decisions.

29 Sep 2010 - 8:15pm
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4 years ago
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aronoff
2010

What UX Podcasts Do You Guys Listen To?

Lately, I've broadened my typical podcast listening to include more UX and Web oriented podcasts. Some of these I'm REALLY digging and bring some lively conversations at work and are a great way to stay in the know with things, concepts and the industry.

What are some that you like? 

Here's some of my favs:

UIE Brain Sparks (SpoolCast) -- Jared Spool's podcast.
The Pipeline with Dan Benjamin
The Big Web Show with Dan Benjamin and Jeffery Zeldman

 

12 Feb 2010 - 3:54pm
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5 years ago
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Kayan Ng
2009

Flash Rotators

Flash Rotators, should we have users activate them? Should we have a
pause, stop button? Should they be rotating at all? I saw that Yahoo
Lifestyle recently added command buttons to their pages
http://ca.lifestyle.yahoo.com/. I personally have never believed in
their efficiency in conveying multiple messages but it looks like I am
stuck with them. I want to at least make the user's experience as easy
as possible. I have looked for articles and research to prove my point
but have not found much. I hope you guys can help, Thoughts?

Thanks,

Kayan

19 Jan 2007 - 3:06am
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Esteban Barahona
2006

"class" spiritual epic urban monk "casting" fire over electricity networks shout

Casey Krub, Of a tangent? Your post is exactly IxD discussion...

this is uploaded to the Net under a
CreativeCommons-Attribution-NonComercial-ShareAlike license.

<this is no joke. seriously, this is no joke>

To all, I read the first page (!) of a book written natively on a language I
don't know. Because it's a dual English-Italian and written for Designers,
it's

Il Design Ergonomico

bug report...

today technology is so complex it will take 10 000 years to find uses for
it. Singularity... what a joke.

7 Oct 2008 - 10:44am
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Sean Pook
2008

JOB: Senior Electronics UI Designer; London, UK; Recruiter; Full Time

£££Neg + benefits

Do you like to work at the fore-front of technology UI design? Find device UIs challenging and stimulating? Put your experience to use in one of the world's leaders in bleeding-edge consumer devices.

The work will over excellent variety within this international design center.

9 May 2007 - 9:58am
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Gary Chou
2007

JOB: Interaction Designer, Cisco Media Solutions Group, San Francisco, fulltime

Hi folks,

As some of you may have seen from Cisco's recent "Human Network"
campaign, Cisco is starting to do some really exciting and
interesting things around the consumer.

14 Apr 2008 - 7:36am
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Tom Erickson
2006

[Event] CFP: 10th Persistent Conversation minitrack

SECOND CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

Persistent Conversation Minitrack
Digital Media and Content Track at HICSS 42
January 5-8, 2009
Hilton Waikoloa Village, the Big Island, Hawai'i
See http://www.visi.com/~snowfall/HICSS_PC.html for an online version
and further information.

IN ONE PARAGRAPH
The Persistent Conversation minitrack is a yearly gathering of people
who design and study systems that support computer-mediated
communication.