Discussion Archive

3 Jun 2009 - 3:44am
5 years ago
9 replies
John Gibbard

Websites that remember you

I've hunted through Pattern Tap and Konigi and am struggling to find
interface examples when websites 'remember' you.

We're looking at developing a tiered remembrance:

1. Unknown - the site knows nothing about you, you see the default
2. Remembered - you've been to the site before, but you're not registered or
logged-in, we just know what you've looked at.
3. Known - you're logged-in and we know lots about you and your history with

Can anyone think of examples that demonstrate tier 2?

15 Jul 2008 - 7:16am
6 years ago
1 reply
Catriona Lohan-...

Issues with iPhone update 2.0

Has anyone else lost their contacts, photos and calendar on their
phone but not on mac? I have tried all the "work arounds" on
apple.com and mobileme to push contacts but no joy. I contacted
iPhone tech support and await their reply.
Catríona Lohan-Conway
User Experience Architect
917 405 5127
clohanconway at mac.com

21 Nov 2005 - 2:55am
Abhishek Thakkar

8th IxDG F2F Meeting held at Pune, India 4:00pm-6:00pm, Saturday 19th Nov 2005

Apologies for Cross posting :)

Like last time, this F2F meet was also held at Cafe Coffee Day, East Street,
Pune. In all, 3 people turned up, Sharad and Gaurav from SAS, pune and
The focus this time was on various types of Open Source CMSs available, and
their pro's and con's.

3 Jan 2007 - 7:49am
8 years ago
2 replies
Carl Klutzke

Interaction Designers in Indianapolis?


I'm investigating interaction design as a new career path, and I'd like to
meet with someone who is already doing it professionally. Is anyone out
there in the Indianapolis area?


Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is
noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure,
whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable--if
anything is excellent or praiseworthy--think
about such things. - Phillipians 4:8
Carl Klutzke - http://sirvalence.livejournal.com/

2 Jul 2011 - 3:36am

Remote (with SMART Board) vs. Face to Face Design Sessions

I'm working with a team based in another location.  The product owner and I are trying to bring down one of the developers down for a collaborative design session.  We're at an important juncture and really need to hammer out some important design questions.  This developer has a focus on UI development and a rich background in human factors.

In January, I went up for a week to work with him and then then product owner.  We spent most of the week in a conference room with a whiteboard and were extremely productive since we played well off each other.

8 Jun 2010 - 7:29pm
4 years ago
15 replies

improvement request :: add jobs mailing list

I suggest ixda.org mailing lists be separated in 2: "jobs" and "design".

...because most job offers don't even specify location (in the title); and some people are not currently looking for a job... among many other reasons.


-- Vincenzi

4 Oct 2007 - 4:38pm

NYC IxDA Event: Design Studio with Josh Seiden & Ted Booth, October 25th.

Hi NYC IxDers,
IxDA NYC is proud to launch our Design Studio Series. The first session
of the series will be an intensive design session held in a studio
setting. We supply a real-world design problem, a studio, and the design
mentors; you bring the design chops!
Please join us to:
- Interact with peers and share ideas on best practices, methods, and
strategy in a design studio setting.
- Interact with mentors with 20+ years of design experience, up close
and personal.
- Be part of a group who are passionately practicing Interaction Design
and who are pushing the field forward.

11 May 2005 - 12:37pm
9 years ago
1 reply
Anastasia Fischer

personal geographies and UIs

I was working on a project last year that was based on a UI comprised of a
series of user configurable tiles each with their own content.

18 Jul 2008 - 1:24pm

[Iai-Members] Retention of URLs in offline media


I don't think people bother remembering URLs at all any more.

12 Feb 2007 - 10:52am
7 years ago
18 replies
Daniel Williams

Living in a User Generated World

I was recently reading a book about Modern Day Phobias and it got me
thinking, so I thought I would post a few questions to the group and see
what you guys thought....

How do you get people to contribute in a User Generated World who are not
prone to contributing? How do you get people to blog, comment on your site,
add video to youtube, join social networks etc etc?

In the physical world I have been to a lot of meetings which have been
dominated by the extroverts within the group.