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14 Jan 2011 - 2:15pm
4 years ago
30 replies

Is the e-mail list dead?

I know there was a lot of hubub over the future of IxDA, and some calls for the death of the email list...was sentence carried out?  I haven't gotten an IxDA email in days, but it looks like there are new threads...

I think it's symptomatic of a larger problem...I still feel connected to the people I know in IxDA, mostly through twitter, but I no longer feel connected to the org, and I'm not sure I'm interested in going looking for it on Quora.

So, I'll give it a try...

Is there anybody out there?  Am I just shouting into the void?

25 Jun 2008 - 8:26am
8 years ago
4 replies
Nancy Roberts

Navigation problem

Hi all,
I am working on an online application that explores the anatomy of certain
body systems.

In one section, we have a cross-cut diagram of a body part (the eye).

21 Dec 2009 - 3:33am
6 years ago
2 replies
Sharon Greenfield5

Anyone know anyone at the AIGA?

Because their site is busted:

Every single link from the front page is 404.
And their 404 page says copyright 2007.

25 Jan 2005 - 8:38am
Jim Hoekema


Suresh JV wrote:

> I'm curious about the way this discussion is started with the word "OK"
> Could anyone tell me the Subtleties or reasons behind this.

I thought I knew the answer ("Old Kinderhook"), but there's more to the
story, nicely related by the Straight Dope:


- Jim Hoekema
Mobius Management Systems, Rye NY

21 Aug 2013 - 5:57am

Copy is design, on Tumblr

Hey all, I'm the co-author of the "Translation is UX" manifesto and related article on ALA. I'm also member of IxDA Lyon (France).

I'm pleased to announce the launch of a new project: CopyIsDesign.com. This Tumblr is meant to illustrate the role copy plays in the user experience, through the sharing of examples of great/bad copy and translated copy.

31 Dec 2012 - 6:20am
William Hudson

User-Centred Design Webinars

Just a quick note to mention that our Guerrilla UCD webinar sale has been extended to 7 Jan. Visit www.guerrillaucd.com for full details and a free one-hour overview.

21 Jan 2005 - 5:39pm
11 years ago
3 replies
Pradyot Rai

Creative Brief!

Hi there,

One of my acquaintances wants to get her website designed for her
small business. She wants to create a Creative Brief before she
approaches Designers for quote. She asked me if I can get any such
template of some sort. Is there anything that you can guide me?

Any pointer, document, book, paper, etc. will greatly help.



21 Jun 2006 - 3:56pm

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29 Oct 2006 - 8:49pm
Josh Seiden

Call for Presenters: ProcessFARM, Nov 07: (NYC, USA) - CORRECTION

CORRECTION: Tentative date: Tues, Nov 14.

Thanks to all you sharp-eyed process enthusiasts!


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27 Nov 2007 - 1:55pm
Brook Wyant

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