Discussion Archive

27 Oct 2006 - 8:26pm
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Jorge Barahona
2006

User Experience Design for the web and blogs.

The *Society and Information Technologies Encounter* gathers, since 2000,
businessmen, the Government, universities and citizenship to dialogue about
the advantages and challenges that Information Technologies represent for
our society.

Under the name *"In Search of the Lost Customer"*, this year's event will be
dedicated to *User Experience Design for the web and blogs*, as a means of
acknowledging these tools as key factors for establishing solid
communication between companies and organizations and the audiences these
address thorough these digital media.

21 Jul 2010 - 5:44am
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NYC IxDA
2008

[Event] IxDA New York: Innovation Made Physical: Bodystorming with Dennis Schleicher, Sat. Aug. 7th

Innovation Made Physical: Bodystorming with Dennis Schleicher
IxDA NYC is pleased to present two bodystorming workshops with Dennis Schleicher. Bodystorming is a participatory method for demonstrating or developing ideas in a physical setting.  Team members will explore ideas and interactions physically, using props such as maps or photos to give a sense of place. Come explore this unique method for bringing innovate ideas to life!

15 Sep 2006 - 7:18pm
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Brian Williams
2006

Need Interaction Designers as CI participants in the SF/Bay Area

Greetings IXDers,

I am looking for Interaction Designers to interview for an
independent project.

3 Dec 2004 - 6:56am
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pabini
2004

Silicon Valley Event Reminder :: The Future of Digital Product Design :: with Dirk Knemeyer

Event: The Future of Digital Product Design
Speaker: Dirk Knemeyer
Date: December 8th, 2004
Time: 7:00 to 9:30 pm
Place: Yahoo!
701 First Avenue, Building C, Classroom 5
Sunnyvale, California

Dirk Knemeyer will speak about the present and future of digital product
design. Following Dirk's presentation, professionals working in various
aspects of digital product design will participate in what should be a
lively panel discussion on this topic. In addition to Dirk Knemeyer,
panelists include Sarah Allen, Neil Day, Pabini Gabriel-Petit, James
Leftwich, and Luke Wroblewski.

31 Aug 2005 - 3:50am
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10 years ago
5 replies
Matthew Goddard
2004

Nielsen - Open non web documents in a new window

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Hi List

Nielsen's most recent article on useit.com recommends that all non web
documents should be opened in a new window.

I was wondering if anyone had any comments on what he's written?

10 Oct 2013 - 9:43pm
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2 years ago
3 replies
cosmiclattes
2013

Visualising the edit in a Wikipedia article

I'm an IEG grantee with the Wikimedia Foundation. I'm working on a project to visualise the edits that have occurred on an article.
17 Sep 2007 - 6:18pm
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8 years ago
5 replies
Jim Scarola4
2007

Modular/contextual interaction design

I'm doing some research into sites that use a modular/contextual design
approach, and was wondering if anybody knew of any examples. I'll use the
concept of iGoogle to illustrate exactly what I mean…

Say I'd like to add more content to my personalized homepage. To do so, I
click "Add Stuff" and this takes me to a separate area that contains a
catalog of available widgets. Even though I mentally recall that I'm adding
content to my homepage, this area is visually independent of the homepage
itself.

Now, consider another approach.

3 Jun 2008 - 12:31am
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7 years ago
7 replies
Soo Basu
2005

[ixda] horizontal log in fields on web apps

HiI've been noticing that a lot of web applications like Virb, Vimeo,
Pageonce, etc have a horizontal form for the log in. How usable is this?
Is it better / worse than the standard practice of displaying the username &
password fields vertically?
Best,
Soo
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20 Oct 2004 - 1:23pm
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Nancy Falkenburg
2004

Senior User Interface Designer (Req#: 52168)*Mountain View, CA*In tuit*Fulltime

Reply to: nancy_falkenburg at intuit.com

Company: Intuit
 
Location: Mountain View, CA
 
Position Title: Senior User Interface Designer (Req#: 52168) 

Duration: Full-time

Intuit is looking for a talented, motivated Senior User Interface Designer
to help shape the User Interface for Quicken and Quicken.com.

2 Jul 2007 - 10:04am
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8 years ago
1 reply
Grady Kelly
2007

ixd deliverables ...

I am curious to know the types of deliverables that other designers here
deliver as part of their process, etc, how they are used, and how helpful
they are to the people who get them. I currently deliver hard composites (a
png of a design), working prototypes (working html, css, javascript), what I
have been calling "user stories" (a walk through of the interaction that the
user goes through to complete a task), and UI documentation that describes
how things should work at the developers point of view so that they can have
a clear understanding of how to build things.