Discussion Archive

31 Jan 2007 - 10:48am
Anthony Armendariz

Job Openings: Behavior NYC - All Departments

Behavior is looking to scale up Full Time staff with some significant
and key hires.

The following are the most recent job descriptions for the following
- Visual Design Lead
- Visual Design Intern
- Information Architect
- Tech Lead
- Software Engineer
- Senior PM
- PM

If you are interested in Applying, please send me your resume and
work samples directly at:
anthony.armendariz at behaviordesign.com

Anthony Armendariz
Creative Director

9 Jun 2008 - 4:23pm
7 years ago
7 replies
Itamar Medeiros

From Personal Computers to Personal Information Environments: Apple's "MobileMe"?

Just watched the WWDC 2008 (I know, I know, iPhone3D... half the
price.... but that's not the point I want to bring to the table) and I
personally think one of the most interesting services introduced in
the keynote was the new .mac, now called "MobileMe"

"You might have a Mac at home, a PC at work, and an iPhone or iPod
touch. The challenge is keeping multiple devices always in sync.
Enterprises can use a server like Exchange.

12 Mar 2007 - 8:46pm
8 years ago
2 replies

iPhone Pinch Interaction - useful?

Dear All,

When the pinch interaction was demo-ed with iPhone, I had a pretty
positive response, but as I thought more about it and discussed with a
few colleagues around, I am not sure if that kind of interaction would
be very useful in a small device, or any other device where only one
hand is used.

I see interactions like sliders, scrollbars, light switches, joysticks
etc.. where people control the "degree" of something.. These are what
people are used to, where one end is fixed and other can be dragged to
control the value.

6 Sep 2005 - 5:48pm

New Challenges IA Retreat - New Presenters Added

We're pleased to announce that we've added four more
presenters to our roster for the New Challenges retreat:

* James Melzer, "Enterprise Information Architecture in Context"

* Thomas Vander Wal, "Designing for the Personal InfoCloud"

* Todd Warfel, "Methods for Improving IA Deliverables - less
explaining, more doing"

* Victor Lombardi, "Product Development for IAs"

We received many outstanding presentation proposals throughout the
summer and worked hard to select a vibrant and wide-ranging set of
topics to fuel group discussion.

19 Oct 2010 - 4:17pm
david fiedler

JOBS: User Experience Jobs in Minneapolis or NYC

User Experience Designer | Minneapolis, MN | NYC

Digital agency space150 is seeking User Experience Designers to help define and design digital experiences. Highly creative, collaborative environment.
9 May 2005 - 9:28pm
Steve Baty

Statistical analysis in interaction design

Recently I had the opportunity to discuss the use of statistical analysis
techniques with a group of professional and semi-professional information
architects and user experience practitioners. It seems that the level of
sophistication and rigour applied to data gathering and, in particular,
statistical analysis is quite varied.

14 May 2011 - 8:08pm
Troy Gardner

Barely Used GuiMags for sale...or maybe Free to a good home.


GuiMags are clever rapid UI wireframe prototype tools, instead of drawing common elements like buttons, you just stick one of these common UI elements like fields, tabs, buttons etc.  Then use the   dry eraseable magnetic surface to give it a label.

Makes the UI much more consistent than handdrawing AND they can be easily moved around.

They are great if you like whiteboard sessions for IxDA, especially in a team.

More Info http://guimags.com/index.php?p=products_guimags_corporate&nav=nav_guimags

1 May 2007 - 1:38pm
8 years ago
1 reply
Bruce Esrig

Introducing UX design in an agile environment

I recently completed a project in which the development team was changing
over to an Agile approach. We divided the problem space up into domains,
each addressed by a solution team.

On this project, there were two roles to talk to: systems engineers and
developers. The systems engineers seemed to think about a lot of the same
issues that a user experience designer would, but from a systems point of
view: what goes on each page ... to feed the needs of the system.

19 Oct 2008 - 8:04pm
Joel Flom

[Event] IxDA Brisbane F2F - Tuesday, 28 October, 6:30 pm

Join us for Dr Stephen Viller's presentation, "Stretching towards

(NOTE REGARDING NEW RSVP METHOD: Many of you have told us that our Facebook
invites haven't been getting through firewalls and email filters. So, we
have a new way for you to RSVP to events:

PRESENTATION DESCRIPTION: Sketching is a well established aspect of design,
for generating and exploring ideas and alternatives.

18 Jan 2006 - 4:30pm
Beau Gould

JOB: UI Design Architect, NY, NY

JOB: UI Design Architect, NY, NY

A fresh start, a clean slate, and an opportunity to make a significant impact on a new web application - all while working with a team that will hang on your every word.