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3 Feb 2006 - 10:48am
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Dave Malouf
2005

Fwd: Workshop on Gender & Interaction - AVI 2006

I don't often forward CHI announcements like this, but I think this would
interest a large number of people, especially in Europe (where the
conference is).

-- dave

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Antonella De Angeli <antonella.de-angeli at manchester.ac.uk>
Date: Feb 3, 2006 9:50 AM
Subject: Workshop on Gender & Interaction - AVI 2006
To: CHI-ANNOUNCEMENTS at listserv.acm.org

6 Jun 2007 - 11:09am
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7 years ago
2 replies
Forrest Maready
2006

JOB: Anyone know of a Freelance WPF Designer

I'm not sure the correct etiquette for this, so please forgive any
trespasses....

I have a colleague who is looking for a freelance WPF Designer / User
Experience Designer for a medium size project. If you know anyone who
might be interested, please have them contact me at
forrestmaready at gmail.com.

Thanks,
Forrest

6 Jul 2008 - 5:37pm
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6 years ago
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Helen
2008

Let's compare books

hi discuss,

I'd like to connect with you on Goodreads so we can share book recommendations.

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- Helen
(4thmedium at gmail.com)

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20 Oct 2008 - 10:23am
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6 years ago
3 replies
Charusmitha Ram
2008

An alternative to Transfer boxes

Transfer boxes have been around for a long time and is a classic UI control
for multi-selecting items and creating/building lists. However, it has a
very bloated UI and a cumbersome interaction. Are there variations or
alternatives to transfer boxes to perform multiselect functions? Online
Examples?
Thanks.
----------------------------------------------------------
Smitha Ram
Senior Interaction Designer
Thomson Reuters | www.thomsonreuters.com
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9 Feb 2007 - 11:57am
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russwilson
2005

Job: Contract Web Application Developer in Austin, TX

A colleague of mine is interested in contracting a Web developer
in the Austin, TX area for his startup. Actual implementation is
open for discussion, but this will most likely evolve into an RIA.

If you are interested in finding out more, please email me directly.

Best regards,
Russ

Russell Wilson | Director of Product Design
NetQoS, Inc. | 5001 Plaza on the Lake, Austin, TX 78746
512.334.3725 | russell.wilson at netqos.com

NetQoS: Performance Experts
www.netqos.com

28 Jun 2010 - 12:57pm
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4 years ago
4 replies
Michele Marut
2005

Are there key questions to ask when hiring a UX and/or IXD firm?

All,
I've been providing a colleague with a few tips about hiring contractors and firms that do all of UX and/or specific IxD tasks. I have this list ((http://www.upassoc.org/usability_resources/jobs/key_questions.pdf ) but it is geared specifically towards hiring a usability professional.

10 Mar 2010 - 2:55am
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Puja
2008

It is less than 2 weeks to go for the India HCI 2010 / Interaction Design for International Development 2010.

It is less than 2 weeks to go for the India HCI 2010 / Interaction Design for International Development 2010.

2 May 2006 - 11:59am
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Peter Merholz
2004

[PLUG] Adaptive Path Workshop, May 17-18, Chicago

IxDers--

There are still seats available for Adaptive Path's newest workshop,
"Beyond Usability 2.0: The Four Cornerstones of Successful Digital
Product Design," May 17-18 in Chicago, IL.

http://www.adaptivepath.com/events/2006/may2/

You can get a 15% discount by using the promotional code FOPM.

This workshop is has the "2.0" moniker because it's markedly
different from our past "Beyond Usability" workshops.

6 Nov 2007 - 7:57am
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7 years ago
1 reply
DrWex
2006

People who really OUGHT to have done user testing

http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/s/1022757_cool_cash_card_confusion
"A LOTTERY scratchcard has been withdrawn from sale by Camelot -
because players couldn't understand it."

It's mostly a story about confusing math and such, and I think the
writer is making the point that people don't get negative numbers.
But I can't help thinking "if they'd just run a few sample games with
random volunteers they'd've found that problem..."

--
--Alan Wexelblat

Vidli
2009

Looking for great User Experience talent

We at Vidli are trying to find a well rounded User Experience
contractor for our new video licensing system.

In short, what we are looking for is someone who knows how AJAX
works, can build some intuitive wireframes that designers and
developers can understand and take lead from.

We have a far more in depth job posting on our site at
http://jobs.vidli.com/apply/df5c/7671

Please do take a look and even if you don't have all the
qualifications, we may in the end find you are perfect for the gig.

Thanks!

Nathaniel Brown