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22 Feb 2006 - 11:15am
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9 years ago
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John Vaughan - ...
2004

Sketching with PowerPoint? Was: How is MS doingPrototyping?

> [can anybody recommend
> a way to get that sketchty appearance without having to use Illustrator
> etc?
> *fredrik ampler*

A Modest Proposal

Have you considered pencil & paper? Sounds snotty, but - really - I'm
serious.

6 Jan 2009 - 7:47pm
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6 years ago
1 reply
jayhilwig
2006

Samsung UI Guidelines for Mobile Devices?

Anyone know of any (public) Samsung UI Guidelines for Mobile Devices, in
particular TouchWiz?

Thanks
_jay

1 Aug 2010 - 11:08pm
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NYC IxDA
2008

[Event Reminder] IxDA New York Summer Social at the Shake Shack

Summer's not over. There's still time left to play!

14 Mar 2007 - 10:49am
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8 years ago
1 reply
Christine Boese
2006

Thumbnail calendars and philosophical waxing

Hi y'all!

Please forgive me if this topic has come up in the past, but I'm wondering
if the group has any ideas about the persistence of thumbnail calendars
(often appearing in interstitial rollovers, with dates as potential live
links) as a reappearing trope in interface design.

I'm trying to discuss this interface feature with a client at the
requirements stage, and I'm encountering resistance to the very idea,
particularly on the development side.

This strikes me as odd, especially since I've used the relatively simple
code myself on personal projects (we've seen this all over on blog
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17 Feb 2010 - 3:09pm
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Theresa Singh
2008

[JOB] Marketing Manager for Ux & Remote Testing focused startup based in SF & Madrid [recruiter]

My client is a user experience & remote testing focused startup based in San
Francisco & Madrid.

10 Feb 2009 - 9:08am
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Todd Warfel
2003

Sketching & Prototyping Workshop IA Summit March 19th [PLUG]

Times running out and space is limited. So, you better sign up while
you can still get in.

Leah Buley of Adaptive Path and I are running a full day workshop at
the IA Summit on sketching and prototyping—you won't want to miss it.
It's the first time we've done this workshop together, but previous
versions of her sketching workshop and my prototyping workshops have
sold out. Now, we're bringing the best of both worlds together for the
first time.

What are you waiting for?

13 Nov 2013 - 1:31pm
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aditisingh
2013

Guidelines for support documentation for apps

Hi Gurus!

I am currently starting to work on creating a pleasurable user experience for support documentation for an app. This app has versions that run on an iphone, android, mac as well as a windows OS. 

Are there any guidelines or specs for creating such documentation? 

Any light that you can shed on this will be very helpful.

Thanks!

27 Jul 2007 - 5:36am
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Karen Pascoe
2006

JOB: JPMorgan, User Exerience Leads & Designers, New York City, FT/Contract

User Experience Leads/User Experience Designers, Full-time or
Contract, New York City
JPMorgan Chase – Treasury and Securities Services, Client Access

The wholesale banking division of JPMorgan Chase is expanding our User
Experience team. We are dedicated to best practices in user-centered
design as seek to revamp the way our global client base interacts with
us online.

We are looking for creative professionals to join our team who have
demonstrated expertise in information architecture, interaction design
and related disciplines.

17 Feb 2008 - 7:25am
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thomas lissajoux
2008

what are the effects of your organizational culture on you ?

Hello,

I previously posted about that : we're investigating the effects of
organizational
culture on stress, burnout, etc. and wish to thank everyone who
already filled the
online survey.

The deadline for completing the survey is nearing, so thanks for filling it :
http://freeonlinesurveys.com/rendersurvey.asp?sid=bci7rnwbo7kkfsr389269

We're still looking for people to answer, whatever the job or field, specially
for those working in big companies and we need more women to answer.

18 Mar 2008 - 11:02am
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7 years ago
7 replies
Lukeisha Carr
2007

what helped most in your career? : Dealing with criticism

Hi Everyone,

I've been following the original thread about "what helped most in your career?". Many of the posts are very very inspiring.

I have on spin-off question. How do you deal with the criticism? I'm not talking about polite constructive criticism. That I have no problem accepting & applying. But what about the down right harsh hurtful comments, by peers, managers, &/or end users, when you know you did/are doing the best you can at that time? We all know that some jobs/careers are just not right for some people.