Discussion Archive

14 Mar 2012 - 8:55am

Bentley Human Factors in Information Design.

I am wondering what the reputation of bentley's HFID program is- I can't find anything online about it outside of the schools website.

15 Sep 2006 - 12:44pm
Dan Saffer

[JOB] Interaction and Interface Designers (Contract)

Adaptive Path is looking for interaction design ninjas and visual
design, um, ronin for a bunch of upcoming projects. This is all
product design and development -- no marcomm here. We're looking for
folks familiar with the latest and greatest trends and technologies
(web particularly, but software and mobile as well), strong design
processes, comfortable with complexity and intensity, and desiring to
contribute to the development of experiences that will improve
people's lives.

We're looking for folks at mid- and senior levels (at least 3+ years
of experience, 5+ preferred).

29 Mar 2009 - 6:17pm
5 years ago
8 replies
Christopher Fahey

Designing (for) Experiences

Re: the debate over whether experience can be designed:

Jon Kolko wrote:
> If I claim to "design a rollercoaster", I intend for it to be
> duplicated -
> exactly as I created - over and over.
> If I claim to "design the experience of using the rollercoaster", it
> follows
> that I intend for that use to be duplicated - exactly as I created -
> over
> and over.
> If I claim to "design the experience framework in which the
> rollercoaster is

23 Oct 2009 - 3:21am
USID Foundation


*India’s 4th International conference on UX & Design
Designing Customer Experience for Emerging Markets & Beyond...**


*Pre-Conference Event**
*Call for Papers for USID 2010**

Life, culture, and context of use for end users in the emerging markets are
different to users in markets such as Europe and America. Therefore it is
not necessary that the product which is successful in other parts of the
world will also be successful in the markets of emerging economies.

17 Sep 2004 - 3:25pm
9 years ago
6 replies

Communicating permission-based roles in the interface

(sorry for cross-post)

Please take a moment to vote for one of two “camps” within my design team:


My team is working on a web-based application that will be used by several different people, in permission-based “roles”, to manage a financial services account. There will be the “owner” that can do everything, the “proxy” that can do nearly everything, and a “read-only” role.

9 Sep 2004 - 12:34am
9 years ago
2 replies

Eyetrack III

By now you've probably seen the Eyetrack III study:

What We Saw Through Their Eyes
By Steve Outing and Laura Ruel

What do people see when they view a news website or multimedia feature? Is
it what the site's designers expect? ... Perhaps not.

19 Sep 2005 - 6:19am
8 years ago
1 reply
rainer.simon at...

Web development practices - survey


I am doing a survey to evaluate the work practices and methods of web developers
in the hobbyist and semi-professional segment. The survey is part of my PhD
thesis at the Research Group for Industrial Software at the Vienna University
of Technology, Austria (http://www.inso.tuwien.ac.at/).

If you are involved in web authoring and consider yourself a hobbyist or
semi-professionalist rather than a full-time professional web developer, I
would greatly appreciate it if you could take the time and fill out my

29 Feb 2008 - 2:28pm
sajid saiyed

{Off Topic} - Weekend fun

After reading through so many deep discussions, time to relax :)


These are part 1 and 2 of the series.

Later I discovered, this guy has also developed a Game:

Although its a little old (2006 i guess),

25 Feb 2008 - 1:05am
6 years ago
1 reply
sajid saiyed

Was: What is Graphic Design?

Great idea.
for this I can't wait for interaction'09 :)
Lets do it now.


On Fri, 22 Feb 2008 13:32:45, <dave at ixda.org> wrote:
> Jeff this is awesome! what about running a contest for the
> interaction09 where we challenge designers to use their craft to
> communicate what their practice is?
> -- dave
> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

6 Sep 2009 - 8:45am
Steve Baty

OzCHI 24 hour challenge

IxDA is proudly supporting a student design challenge as part of the OzCHI
09 conference <http://www.ozchi.org/mediawiki/index.php/Main_Page>, being
held in Melbourne in November.

Here's some information on the challenge:
24 Hour Design Challenge

The OZCHI conference student design challenge is a great opportunity for
students from around the world to win a travel scholarship to Melbourne,
Australia, and attend an international conference about interaction design
to meet peers, academics, and professionals from the field.