Discussion Archive

6 Apr 2009 - 1:21am

Local group at Moscow, Russia

we are going to start organizing a local group at Moscow, Russia and
I want to find an IxDA members there who are interested in this
group. We are planning to find some interesting things and share them
on a on- (or off-) line meetings.

And, of course, if you want to help me with this - you are welcome


Sergey Kudryashov

26 Nov 2008 - 12:48pm

Technology is the 7th Kingdom of Life; interview with Kevin Kelly

Kevin Kelly discusses the perspective that Technology is an entity
that we are beginning to collaborate _with_ as well as through.


Historically, we've IxD'd in a human centric world, Kevin is pointing
to an era where technological systems are becomming so complex we cant
and wont ever be able to understand or control them, we can only
evolve them in a biological sense.

I believe this will lead us away from a UCD 'the user is right'
landscape to one were Designing must incorporate the needs of

6 Aug 2008 - 12:16pm
6 years ago
1 reply
Michele Marut

EVENT: IXDA Pittsburgh Happy Hour - Aug. 13, 2008

Please join IXDA Pittsburgh for a summer Happy Hour (half price appetizers
and 1$ off drafts, wine and well liquor) and discussion about submitting to
the IXDA conference.

Date: Wednesday, Aug. 13, 2008

Time: 5:30 - 7 pm


Walnut Grill
5500 Walnut Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15232

Michele Marut and Jack Moffett
IXDA Pittsburgh Local Ambassadors

12 Jan 2006 - 1:36pm
8 years ago
8 replies
Susan Farrell

New shopping interaction

drag and drop shopping
one page checkout

I'd like to tweak the checkout some (e.g.: "ship to different
address?") etc., but I think this is a big leap forward because it's
all visible all the time, and it looks easy and fun to use.

Kudos to Panic.com. They make good OS X software too, in Portland OR.


19 Mar 2009 - 1:18am
5 years ago
1 reply
Alan Cooper

[Possible Spam] Represented (designer\'s) Model


Here are some excellent books that I recommend. They don't address
mental models directly, but then what would be the fun of that?

22 Jun 2008 - 12:03pm
William R. Hazlewood

Ambient Information Systems 2008: Journal Special Issue and Submission Deadline Extension

We have been invited to contribute a special issue on Ambient
Information Systems in the International Journal of Ambient Computing
and Intelligence (IJACI). The authors of the best papers submitted to
AIS2008 will be invited to submit extensions to their papers in this
special issue. Both short and long papers will be considered for inclusion.

With this news in mind we have decided to extend the deadline for
submission by 2 weeks to the 11th June.

23 Jun 2004 - 3:04pm
Christian Simon

[Discuss] tree structure

> on 6/23/04 12:01, wrote:
> okay. i will get a bit more concrete. in the cms im working on i'm going
> to have a list of pages. its possible that pages have subpages, which
> again have subpages and so on.

>From a programming standpoint, I would be inclined to agree with others here
who feel that the best solution is the simplest, a list with tabbed
sub-categories and checkboxes.

29 Dec 2009 - 2:02pm
Brent Rogers

Senior Interaction Design Engineers need in San Jose/ Santa Clara

Hello! I am a recruiter at CISCO. I have a number of permanent Senior
Interaction Design Engineer job openings.

I am looking for Interaction Design Engineers with expertise in one
or more of the following: intant messenger, web conferencing, SaaS,
cloud, security, online meetings, Symbian, iPhone, Windows Mobile OS
and Blackberry.

Please contact me if you are interested or if you know someone that
might be interested.

Thanks in advance,

breroger at cisco.com

14 Jun 2009 - 2:33pm
Jayson Elliot

JOB: IA/UX Designer, Manhattan - Wunderman (Contract)

Wunderman is looking for a UXD / IA to work on a contract (1099) basis.

The position is ongoing, and you will be involved with several projects,
including clients in automotive, pharma, and bank.

I'm looking for a person who approaches user experience from a strategic
direction, able to come in early on a project and examine user needs, goals
and behaviors.

21 May 2008 - 9:11am
6 years ago
4 replies
Dan Saffer

The Continuing Saga of OLPC

It's been a weird week for the One Laptop Per Child project, and I'm
surprised we didn't discuss it here.

First was the news that:

Nicholas Negroponte’s One Laptop Per Child organization admitted
defeat in its effort to sell millions of open-source computers in
Asia, Africa and Latin America by joining with Microsoft to load
Windows XP onto its green and white laptops.