Discussion Archive

1 Jul 2004 - 8:26am
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11 years ago
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Greg Petroff
2004

Flex and the Halo model

Anyone on the list used Macromedia Flex and the "Halo experience model"?

I am working on a project where we are either going to build our own visual
gui toolkit / interface spec in flash or adopt the Halo model with some
changes. Our development group can handle the server client relationship
of things usining jsp's or the flex model. What I am trying to acertain is
if we can reduce the amount of custom "gui" design while preserving and
developing good interaction for the project we are working on.

23 Jul 2012 - 2:50am
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brumguvnor
2010

Virtual tours usability - any research in existence?

Hi everyone; I've got some virtual tours on a business event and conference venue site [http://www.venuebirmingham.com/meet/all-virtual-tours] created that are OK - but that I am aware break a lot of usability guidelines and heuristics...

12 Feb 2006 - 12:59am
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Robin Jeffries
2005

What's new at CHI this year?

I'm the Technical Program Chair for CHI2006, and I thought this list would
be interested in some of the new things we are doing this year that should
make CHI a "can't miss" experience.

First, CHI is in Montreal, a beautiful city, full of French food, old world
ambience, and beautiful spring weather. The dates are April 24-27, plus two
days of preconference activities (workshops and a Doctoral Consortium).

We've made a lot of changes to the conference this year, primarily to make
it more attractive to practitioners.

19 Dec 2007 - 10:36am
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8 years ago
4 replies
Patrick G
2006

Recruiting research participants

My client is a news and entertainment site that is considering
expanding their focus from a single genre to covering a variety of
related/overlapping genres (sci-fi, horror, mystery, etc.).
Accordingly, in addition to their own user base, they want to conduct
research with fans of related genres. I'm looking for a firm that can
help me screen and recruit participants and handle scheduling
logistics. Would be great if they are in the New York area, but not
required. Any recommendations?

Thanks,

Patrick

2 May 2013 - 12:02pm
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jrubinic
2013

Design Thinking Meetup on June 3 - Please join!

Brandhacker, a digital insights workshop series, would love to have you at our upcoming panel on Design Thinking. We’re excited to be hosting a panel of experts from academia, corporate innovation labs and UX agencies to discuss the benefits, challenges and methodologies of Design Thinking. 

June 3
Dewey’s Flatiron, 210 5th ave, NY, NY

6:30 – Drinks and networking
7:00 – 8:00 – Panel
8:00 – 9:00 – Drinks and networking

$10  - Sign up here: http://www.meetup.com/brandhacker/events/114267082/

Panelists include:

6 Jun 2012 - 5:04pm
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Mekayla
2010

Examples of engaging privacy policies / terms of engagement

Seen any privacy policies, credit card policies, terms of engagement, service agreements etc that don't just make your eyes glaze over and turn the page?

We're looking for examples (web based or paper based) where people manage to make this legalese heavy, text heavy interaction a positive one, or at least one that people don't just skip over.


Thanks!

5 Oct 2006 - 3:06pm
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9 years ago
5 replies
Leslie Chicoine
2006
13 Dec 2007 - 12:56pm
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8 years ago
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Greg Petroff
2004

Board Positions

As a current board member and our treasurer I want to encourage everyone
to consider joining the board, especially colleagues from outside the
US. Board membership is a great experience.

With the help of this growing community we are trying to build a home
for the development of the discipline and a place for each of us to
grow, network and learn.

12 Aug 2009 - 1:20pm
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LFrancis
2009

Statistics about user drop offs when faced with unencrypted site message from the browser

Has anyone come across statistics or observations in user studies about how
people react to the Security Warning message (The information you have
entered is to be sent over an unencrypted connection and could easily be
read by a third party.)

I have a client whose site elicits this message when people are answering
quiz questions. They do not consider the tombstone information (name,
address, email etc...) to be the kind of information that requires
encryption. Financial information, passwords etc...

7 Nov 2003 - 2:01am
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12 years ago
2 replies
Peter Boersma
2003

Best/Common Practice Sites

Challis wrote:
> Has anyone heard of similar sites for other areas of design?

My fomer colleague Martijn van Welie manages a collection of interface
design patterns at:

http://www.welie.com/patterns/index.html
(it seems to be down at the moment, but please try again)

Peter
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