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29 Oct 2010 - 6:43pm
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4 years ago
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Dan Saffer
2003

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

As a long-time user of this list, I'm going to voice my approval of the Board's decision and say this is a welcome change. This list was never set up to be a job board, as helpful as that is to some. When 10% or more of the posts are job listings, it creates an unacceptable level of noise to be filtered out. And I think we can all agree that the list is quite noisy already.

6 Nov 2011 - 3:53pm
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tricky2beat
2011

Finding the right fit?

 

Perhaps slightly of topic and considering its my first ever post to ixda I apologies if it is.

11 Feb 2009 - 12:45pm
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Laurie Mohler
2009

User Recruiting Firm suggestions

My company (Lakamo Recruiting) specializes in Usability recruiting.
One of the most important criteria for Usability recruiting is having
recruiters who understand what Usability does, why it differs from
Focus Groups, and what are the challenges inherent to Usability
recruiting.

Smaller companies that get to know your recruiting needs will usually
do a better job. It is much more personal and the recruiters are paid
to think, not just to sit in a room dialing.

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3 Apr 2007 - 10:32pm
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8 years ago
1 reply
Chris Marmo
2007

Online Newspapers as Wikis

Hi guys,

Long time lurker but first time poster. I'm usually a bit too shy to
post but I'd really love to hear people's opinions on a project I'm
working on at the moment.

The main concept of the project is to foster involvement of the
general public in the daily news cycle, and ultimately to improve the
print edition of newspapers through a combination of reader
participation and traditional journalism.

13 Feb 2008 - 9:16pm
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Charlie Kreitzberg
2008

Agile & UCD (was Thoughts on Alan Cooper's Keynote)

Hi Ambrose:

That is wonderful! We need many more software architects and
developers with passion for UX.

I think that what you are saying is on-target. I would only add a
couple of points:

1. Some aspects of product development are, and probably always will
be, "waterfall." I was trying to make that point in another thread.
For example, you have fund --> design/build -->release in almost any
business. There are Ux elements in all of them. So I think that we
will always be dealing with some form of hybrid models with waterfall
elements and agile elements.

2.

25 Jan 2009 - 8:44pm
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Jack L. Moffett
2005

[Event] Recap: IxDA Pittsburgh January Event

The evening of Thursday, January 22nd found the Pittsburgh local group
participating in "Back of the Envelope: A Sustainable Restaurant
Crawl". The event was organized by the Eco-Design Guild (eDG), an
organization that got its start at an IxDA event last Spring. The
local chapters of AIGA and IDSA also participated.

Things kicked off at 6:30 when around 40 attendees crowded into Oh
Yeah! Ice Cream & Coffee Co.

21 Jun 2009 - 12:08pm
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5 years ago
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IxDA Board of D...
2009

Give a little back

For the price of a cup of coffee you can help IxDA deliver our
next-generation platform to serve the needs of the interaction design
community.

16 Sep 2008 - 7:34pm
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Aaron Louie
2007

Join the InfoCamp revolution!

What's so revolutionary about InfoCamp?

InfoCamp gives the power to the people!

4 Nov 2013 - 4:41pm
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1 year ago
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kbackstrand
2010

textual user data: workflows? tools?

I'm fairly new to UX and very new to UX research.  I'm working on a research project involving hundreds of user interviews, so we will have several hundred textual transcripts to sort through and derive meaning from.  I haven't seen the data or interview questions yet, so I don't have a lot of information to share here.

8 Aug 2008 - 11:52am
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6 years ago
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Jay Morgan
2006

Silverlight pattern library

This post is to request that M$ make a (public) pattern library for
Silverlight. And, to ask that if someone knows of one they can share it with
me.

The problem so far: I'm researching Silverlight and the substantial part of
it seems to be buried in *applications that require install*. I do not have
admin rights in M$ Vista, so I cannot see the work, thus I cannot evaluate
it, thus I cannot share it, and it is not easy for my team to make the case
for working with it.

I remember years ago when I could simply go to the MSDN section for Common
Controls and share those proto-design patterns.