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27 Mar 2009 - 8:43am
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Tom Erickson
2006

CfP: Persistent Conversation abstracts (due 3/30)

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

The 11th Persistent Conversation Minitrack
Digital Media and Content Track at HICSS 43
January 5-8, 2010
Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort, Kauai, Hawai'i
See http://www.visi.com/~snowfall/HICSS_PC.html for an online version
and further information.

IN ONE PARAGRAPH
The Persistent Conversation minitrack is a yearly gathering of people
who design and study systems that support computer-mediated
communication.

22 Aug 2008 - 8:47am
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kay Daly
2008

Director, Information Architect - Bethesda, Maryland

Marriott International, Inc. is seeking an experience Director, IA to set the vision for the IA discipline as a whole, developing operating plans and related operational processes for the team and the eCommerce Department. Incumbent will have extensive and demonstrated knowledge of user-centered design principles and practices.

27 Jul 2010 - 6:26am
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5 years ago
2 replies
William Hudson
2009
22 Dec 2008 - 3:57am
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7 years ago
2 replies
Dimiter Simov
2006

Formatting field labels and field values

Hello All,

I searched through the threads and did not find anything on the topic.

Our application, a web-based CRM, offers a number of reports. When designing
the report, I formatted the reports so that field labels appear smaller and
paler than values. The rationale: focus the attention of people to the data
not to the labels.

Some colleagues of mine strongly oppose this approach and want field labels
to be bold and the same font size as values, claiming that this is a
standard way of doing it.

16 Oct 2006 - 12:11pm
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Dan Saffer
2003

[Plug] Designing for Interaction Workshop Next Week in NYC

[Apologies for the cross-posting.]

I'm teaching my Designing for Interaction workshop based off my book
next Wednesday in New York City. (Right before the AIGA Gain
conference!) One of my Sydney participants called it "the best
learning experience I have had in years!

4 Jan 2012 - 5:25pm
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DamonV
2010

Visually comparing two versions of a 3D shape

Hi everyone,

I'm looking for examples of UI that lets users visually compare two versions of a 3D shape. They should be able to easily tell (preferably without further interaction):

- Where do the two shapes differ?
- By how much?

The shapes are parts of human anatomy (a foot, a leg stump, a cranium). The users have little experience with 3D modeling tools.

Any ideas where I might find usable examples?

Many thanks in advance!
Damon

4 May 2006 - 4:54pm
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Danna Hudson
2005

REMINDER: IXDA F2F TONIGHT!!!

REMINDER: IXDA F2F TONIGHT!!!

IxDA F2F ­ Los Angeles, CA
Date: Thursday, May 4, 2006
Time: 7:00 - 9:00 PM

LOCATION:
CasaVino
http://www.casavinowinebar.com/
(562) 216-1590
51 S.

9 Feb 2009 - 1:33pm
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inge.debleecker...
2009

Balsamiq Mockups XWiki Plugin

I was wondering if anybody is using Balsamiq Mockups for XWiki as a
collaborative sketching tool. Would love to get any feedback you may have,
as I am looking into trying it out.

Thanks,
Inge

4 Jan 2006 - 12:48am
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10 years ago
1 reply
Luis Silva
2005

FW: Computers in Things (was Re: Ecommerce web sitebook recommendations [signed]

Skot Nelson said:

>When these pieces of technology do their job seamlessly, they will
>cease to be thought of as computers.

This is funny, this reminds me of my grand-grand mother she used to say that
aircrafts were witchcraft, when I at that age (+-6) was already familiar
with planes...

Just a bracket (now I am going to be flamed really hard) It's my opinion
that on this forum and I presume this activity (IXD) people don't take the
terminology too much seriously, or in other words a lot a things mean the
same thing and sometimes those same things mean completely diff

1 Apr 2009 - 11:43pm
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6 years ago
2 replies
Nasir Barday
2006

IA for the IxDA Media Library

HA. Didn't think you'd see a subject line like that one, didja? Figured that
would get your attention.

Seriously, though, I'm looking at the list of remaining Interaction '09
videos coming down the pike, and I'm excited to share them with the
community. But combine this with the list of Interaction '08 video, and the
body of videos is going to get unwieldy. Fast.

So here's an attempt at categorizing the video from both conferences. Don't
worry too much about how the navigation will be implemented; that's another
post entirely :-).