Discussion Archive

19 Feb 2009 - 6:04pm
Barbara Ballard

Design For Mobile conference, April 20-22, Early Bird ends March 7

In late 2007, we got tired of all the conferences focusing on mobile
user experience being in Europe. Usually London. Since more and more
there's really great mobile design work going on in North America, we
decided to make a new conference. And in 2008 it was terrific.

The 2009 conference is approaching, with topics ranging from academic
to theoretical to incredibly practical, from user research to

9 Jul 2009 - 3:57pm
adamya ashk

[Job] Usability Project Manager, Framingham, MA, Staples Inc. Fulltime

We have an opening for a key role in our group. If you are interested
please write to Joe Carey at joseph.carey at staples.com.

Thanks and best of luck,

-Adamya Ashk

Director Usability, NAD | Staples Inc.

15 Nov 2005 - 12:03pm
wiley bowen

JOB: Information Architect at AKQA New York

Please reply to: nyjobs at akqa.com

Job Location: New York, NY

Job Type: Full Time

Information Architect

AKQA is a global digital communications agency. Over the past decade
we've produced some of the most genuine, relevant and engaging digital
media experiences for the world's top brands.

27 Jun 2009 - 11:13pm
5 years ago
1 reply
keyur sorathia

Call for papers: 'Designing for Children' at IDC, IIT Bombay India, 2 - 6 February 2010

* <http://www.designingforchildren.net/>*

Designing for Children

- With focus on ‘Play + Learn’

2-6 February 2010

at IDC, IIT Bombay, Mumbai, India

The international conference ‘Designing for Children’ with focus on 'Play +
Learn' is scheduled to be held at Mumbai, India in Feb 2010 and is being
hosted by the Industrial Design Centre (IDC), at the Indian Institute of
Technology (IIT) Bombay, Mumbai.

This international event is aimed at deliberations and discussions
concerning design issues related to ch

13 Feb 2007 - 11:01am
Josh Seiden

Call for volunteers: writers need for IxDA web site--immediate

Hello all,

I'm looking for one or two volunteers to help write copy for a new version
of the IxDA website. We need a a couple of people who are available
immediately, and who can crank out excellent English-language prose.

The project starts NOW, and is likely to continue for just a week or so.

If you can help (or if you would just like a few more details to help you
decide) please send me an email. Please do not reply to the list.


23 Apr 2007 - 7:49pm
Mike Brown

Examples of annual reports online

I'm looking for examples of annual reports online that are good. That,
maybe, even start to make use of the online environment and what it can
do. Or at least that go beyond a PDF of the printed version!

Bonus points if they look nice.

More bonus points if they are done with a web standards markup focus.

I know, I know, not asking for much :)

Amy happy to collate and post back to the list.


- ps I posted to sigia-l also, so apologies to those who see this twice.

12 Nov 2003 - 8:53am
Olly Wright

Announcing the Hub: Intersections of Interaction Design

Hi all,

For the last few months at the Interaction Design Institute Ivrea,
I've been developing The Hub (http://hub.interaction-ivrea.it ), a
resource and discussion site on interaction design.

We've officially launched today, in conjunction with the Foundations
of Interaction Design Symposium -- and we're discussing the symposium
as it happens on the Hub blog.

5 Nov 2007 - 9:54am
Caroline Jarrett
13 Feb 2007 - 9:44am
9 years ago
12 replies
Patrick Hunt

Use of "Your" or "My" in Personalized Web Application Design

Howdy ya'll,

So does anyone have strong feelings--or better yet, research--about
whether its better to use "Your" or "My" to describe personalized
stuff in web application design? I'm working with a client who has
made extensive use of "Your" and I have this gut sense that "My" would
be better... more personal, more of a dialog between company and user,
more common and familiar...

8 Nov 2010 - 3:21pm
5 years ago
1 reply
Dan Saffer

Re: [IxDA] Looking for IXD blog recommendations

On Nov 8, 2010, at 10:14 AM, lrileygraham@gmail.com wrote:

> What some current, great, IXD blogs?

Every year in December, Kicker puts together the best design blogs of the year. The 2010 hasn't come out yet, but here's the 2009 choices, all of which are still going strong: