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29 Sep 2010 - 11:28pm
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eliannaj
2010

Re: [IxDA] Master of Arts OR Master of Science

I could not agree with you more re do what you want, do what you are good at plus learn to market yourself. No one else can or will do it with the same passion.

7 Dec 2013 - 10:15am
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Gopal T V
2010

IEEE 2014 Conference on Norbert Wiener in the 21st Century, Boston

Norbert Wiener made contributions across several disciplines during his lifetime. Many of these were immediately relevant, and influenced theories and production during his day. Others were long-term, and only in recent years has it been possible to test their relevance. Separately, Wiener predicted the social impact of robotic, cybernetic and other technologies on the future of society, and after several decades his writing retain their relevance.

24 Jun 2010 - 11:22am
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5 years ago
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Traci Lepore
2008

RE: [IxDA] ATM interaction design

Bank of America ATMS have had the envelope free deposits for like a year now, sounds like the new Wells Fargo ones are pretty similar. I've actually found them quite an annoying experience. It takes practically twice as long because there is more steps...telling the machine what kind of deposit (cash or check) and verifying the amount and what kind of receipt do you want.

18 May 2009 - 7:49am
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Caroline Jarrett
2007

EVENT: Two day accessibility conference, Cambridge UK, 13-14 June 2009

Hi all
(apologies if you receive more than one of this notice)

The STC UK and Ireland chapter is having a two-day conference on
accessibility in Cambridge, UK on 13th and 14th June.

They have assembled a variety of top speakers on different aspects of
accessibility, including designing for all, learning about signing, meeting
the needs of Deaf people, and what's happening in the world of standards and
accessibility.

The full conference is a bargain at only £235 for both days, with generous
discounts for members of STC and affiliated organisations.

17 Jul 2008 - 11:50am
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Jeff Howard
2004

Ubicomp Reading List

Nice overview of Ubiquitous Computing (with PDFs).
http://www.ics.uci.edu/~jpd/ubicomp/

From the list description:
> The goal of the reading list is to ensure that Ubicomp students are
> familiar with a broad body of work in ubiquitous computing.

17 Jul 2009 - 4:58pm
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6 years ago
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Chris Colosimo
2006

Job, Oracle Corp, Usability Engineer, Burlington MA, Full Time

Job Posting Title: IRC1231769
Job Title: User Experience Developer 3-ProdDev
Job Type: Full Time, Employee Status
Org Name: Oracle Health Sciences Global Business Unit-Product
Development
Location: Burlington, MA

Company Description

Oracle's business is information—how to manage it, use it, share it,
protect it.

25 Jan 2005 - 7:03pm
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Tal Herman
2005

JOB: Interaction Designer, San Francisco, Bank of America, Contract

Company: Bank of America

Location: San Francisco, CA

Position Title: Interaction Designer

Position Duration: Contract, 3 mos.

16 Aug 2004 - 2:12pm
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Svoboda, Eric
2004

[Possible Spam] RE: Re: "Intuitive" designs can be cumbersome

Not to sidetrack this interesting conversation, but are any of you
familiar with the system described at www.muse.com? The description is
pretty vague I think, but they seem to be describing an adaptive
(andragogical I'd call it. Does this term apply?) UI for a collaborative
music app of some kind. I guess they've shown it off in some San
Francisco clubs. Just wondering if anyone's seen it in action.

13 Aug 2008 - 12:51pm
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Veena
2008

Job - Director of Engineering- Los Angeles, CA - Recruiter - Full Time

Director of Engineering

Los Angeles, CA

We have an immediate opportunity for an experienced, hands-on Director of

Engineering to join our clients fast growing company. You should be
comfortable

working hand in hand with senior leadership and managing a growing

technology team.

16 Nov 2010 - 9:53am
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Tori Breitling
2007

[EVENT] IxDA Austin // Tuesday, Nov 30 // You Don't Know Me at All! User Research for the Cheap and Lazy

Hey, we know you're not actually cheap or lazy... you just live in the real world! Your project is behind schedule. Your funding got cut. Your team is understaffed and doesn't know the first thing about the users! How can you be expected to put together user profiles or personas under those circumstances?

It's not a lost cause. You've still got options!
We'll cover:
different types of research to consider
sources of important and FREE information