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31 Oct 2010 - 9:38am
4 years ago
1 reply
Dan Saffer

Re: [IxDA] Re: [IxDA] Coming soon: IxDA's new job board, powered by Coroflot

On Oct 29, 2010, at 11:00 PM, Adam Korman wrote:

> Of the over 800 posts this month, I'm pretty sure there were just 7 job posts (I may have miscounted by one or two). I'm guessing that you are also subscribed to the jobs list and don't realize it (because there have been a ton of posts there recently).

I've never done anything to subscribe to the jobs board, and yet I get 7 job postings per day, it seems like.

So let's look at this rationally. The organization needs money. There are several ways it can get it:

  1. Charge for membership and lock the mailing list.
13 Apr 2006 - 12:26am
Nancy Falkenburg

Job: Knowledge Architect/Information Architect

Company: Intuit
Term: FTE
Job Title: Knowledge Architect / Information Architect
Contact: nancy_falkenburg at intuit.com

Primary Responsibilities : Company Overview:
Intuit Inc. (NASDAQ: INTU) is the leading provider of financial software
and Web-based services for consumers, small businesses and accounting

8 Apr 2008 - 8:34am
Chicago IxDA4

[Event] Reminder: Chicago IxDA gathering tomorrow - Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Hi all,

We have had a great response (70 of you RSVPd!) for our upcoming gathering
tomorrow, looking at how to keep experiences fresh, led by Christopher
Finlay. The amazing thing is that more than 1/3 of you attending are new
names and faces. This is an excellent way to get to know your fellow IxDers
in the area, and an easy way to get a dose of inspiration.

13 Oct 2010 - 12:24pm
4 years ago
1 reply
Dustin Lucier D...

Patent on MegaMenus? !!

Has anyone encountered a run in with Webvention and their "Patent on MegaMenus" and contextual mouseovers?

This seems insane to me. Wondering if anyone has any experience or insight here?

Link to Article: here

Link to Company: here

5 Oct 2009 - 9:42pm
5 years ago
1 reply
Jack L. Moffett

[EVENT] IxDA Pittsburgh - Wednesday, October 21 - Real-World Research with Gist Design

This month, Gist Design will be hosting IxDA Pittsburgh and leading us
in a unique, fun, and educational event. This is one you don't want to
miss, so get it in your calendar now.

Real-World Research

Designers know the benefits that design research provides in shaping
good user experiences for products and services. But practicing
effective design research for technology products in the corporate
environment (whether for start-ups or for international corporations),
requires ingenuity, flexibility, and a sense of humor. Want to try
your hand at it?

10 Nov 2007 - 12:58pm
7 years ago
12 replies
Robert Reimann

IxDA's Annual Board Meeting

Fellow IxDA Members,

In about two weeks, the IxDA Board of Directors will come together for
our annual Board Meeting. At this meeting our board members
(http://www.ixda.org/about_leadership.php) come together to plan for
IxDA's future.

3 Jan 2006 - 11:16pm
9 years ago
2 replies
Luis Silva

Computers in Things (was Re: Ecommerce web sitebook recommendations [signed]

Robert Hoekman, Jr. said:

>I don't see a chip-equipped dishwasher as a computer. I see it as a better
>dishwasher (depending on how easy it is to use, that is).
>If only computers worked the same way. I'd like to see my computer as a
>better way to get things done, but so far, it hasn't been proven (can you
>say "productivity paradox"?). As aresult, my computer makes me cringe

18 May 2007 - 2:58pm
7 years ago
4 replies
Karin Kawamoto

Filtering mechanisms?

I was wondering if people had favorite RIA filtering examples long lists.

In particular, I want some ideas for filtering large lists based on
several attributes where the attributes have different characteristis.

For instance, a filter might include date parameters (which use a
calendar widget), states (in a drop down or some other selection
mechanism), and a status (which could have 5 states).



9 Jan 2007 - 4:01am
A.C.Roibas at b...

Call for chapters: Designing the user experience of future peripatetic users: new HCI design challenges in Space

Submission Deadline: April 15, 2007

Designing the user experience of future peripatetic users: new HCI design challenges in Space

Travelling to the depths of Space is no longer a privilege of astronauts and scientists. Space Agencies are starting to allow those who have the means to afford it, provided that they fulfil a minimum set of physiological requirements to join the ventures into outer space. At the same time, companies are developing spacecrafts for civilian use and plan huge space stations capable of accommodating thousand of settlers.