Discussion Archive

10 Mar 2009 - 5:23am
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milan
2005

Joel Spolsky claims the 'Program Manager' role does UI design... ????

This post and the reactions on the list demonstrate very clearly the need
for intense communication to related communities. I am working mostly in
enterprise environments in Europe, and there it is still quite normal that
UX work is been done by business analysts and developers without naming it
UX or anything similar.

28 Nov 2007 - 6:54pm
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Susan Johnson
2007

# JOB # Senior Usability Engineer # Boston, MA # CSC Consulting # Full Time"

I have recently joined the iXDA list distribution and appreciate the
intensity of UX discussion exhibited in message postings. I am hoping
to add people to my group that share our passion for UX design and
development.

20 May 2008 - 10:37am
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codiuk
2006

Can asking the computer the right question, be a positive step in understanding semantic representation and processing?

http://www.dusteddesign.com/blog /semantic -representation -and -processing
/ <http://www.dusteddesign.com/blog/semantic-representation-and-processing/>

In the blog article, I questioned whether we are asking the right question
in search engines and if not how can computer scientists and interaction
designers/web developers improve the user experience and address the issues
on searching for the right information online using natural language.

Jack
Inter

26 Apr 2007 - 6:18pm
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natekendrick
2005

JOB: Interaction Designer - opportunity at a small design studio

DesignMap, Inc. is looking for a very talented and motivated
interaction designer for help on a range of projects.

We are specifically looking for designers with a Graphic Design or
Interactive Design degree, or equivalent work experience. You must be
able to display typographic and layout skills, we are firm believers
in having fundamental design skills, no amount of reading blogs,
attending conferences, or passion for webdotwo-ness can replace that.

DesignMap Inc.

22 Sep 2004 - 3:57am
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9 years ago
2 replies
Barry Day
2004

Sorting methodology

Hi IxDers

Has anybody used the Q-sort methodology in a usability/interaction
design context?

Barry

17 Nov 2010 - 8:41pm
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3 years ago
4 replies
Ryan Betts
2005

Anyone selling their Interaction '11 registration?

I blinked, and the conference sold out. Great to see, though!

If anyone is selling their registration, please let me know. 

5 Oct 2006 - 7:44am
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Rob Tannen
2006

Usability Positions Phila & NYC - Electronic Ink

Usability/User Research Experts

Electronic Ink, a leader in user-centered business application design,
is looking for usability strategists for full-time or contract work in
New York City and Philadelphia. Usability Strategists collaborate with
our design and technology teams to lead client engagements in business
application redesign. Work with Fortune 500 companies using the latest
in user research methods and technologies, including digital video
recording and eye tracking.

We're looking for individuals with expertise in usability and design
principles and best practices.

21 Feb 2008 - 9:59pm
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6 years ago
13 replies
Jeff Howard
2004

Means to an IxDA message? WAS: Where are all the designers?

Liz wrote:
> So, what are some of the best means we (IxDA) could
> employ to communicate the IxD message & self-definition
> with recruiters, HR departments, education, business
> leaders, etc.?

We could start by vetting the IxDA job postings. We already screen
them for format; start screening them for content. I can't imagine
anyone on the board has the time to handle that responsibility
singlehandedly but perhaps some sort of group screening or flagging.
Make that part of the value proposition for designers searching for
jobs.

19 May 2008 - 7:19am
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6 years ago
8 replies
Dave Malouf
2005

Ok, more twitter articles in the mainstream press, now from C|Net

Even our future president (G-d! I'd love to be able to aggregate--and I bet
there is a tool to do it--all those tweets that start, "When Obama is
President ...") is on Twitter.

http://www.news.com/8301-13953_3-9946737-80.html?tag=nefd.top

The article is about how Twitter will go mainstream as we move generationaly
away from email and towards SMS.

30 May 2007 - 7:06pm
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Victor Lombardi
2003

New classes in NYC from SmartEx

Smart Experience is a new school in New York City offering
classes for Internet professionals. We intend to cover
state-of-the-art topics taught by the most experienced people in
town. The school is organized as a marketplace, so you can tell
us what classes you want us to offer, and what classes you want
to teach. Learn more... http://smartexperience.org/

You'll notice we don't yet have any classes focused on
interaction design.