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5 Oct 2009 - 6:10pm
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Staffing Ops
2009

JOB: Senior UI Designer - 3216, Los Gatos, CA. NETFLIX - Full-Time

Netflix is looking for an outstanding user interface designer to join
our small but amazing team. If you are as passionate about designing
great experiences as you are about helping a successful business
reach even higher heights, then we would love to talk to you. We are
a close-knit team, so our ideal candidate is an excellent
collaborator and team player who values complete honesty and candor.
Although we are an established company, we still act like a start up
in many ways. We offer an opportunity to innovate on a large scale,
and our compensation, benefits, and culture are hard to beat.

19 Feb 2009 - 6:04pm
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Barbara Ballard
2005

Design For Mobile conference, April 20-22, Early Bird ends March 7

In late 2007, we got tired of all the conferences focusing on mobile
user experience being in Europe. Usually London. Since more and more
there's really great mobile design work going on in North America, we
decided to make a new conference. And in 2008 it was terrific.

The 2009 conference is approaching, with topics ranging from academic
to theoretical to incredibly practical, from user research to
implementation.

12 Jun 2008 - 2:52pm
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greg canavera
2008

JOB: IA or UX designer/Boston-area/Sustainable Minds/Contract or freelance

About the company:
Sustainable Minds' mission is to bring sustainable product design into
mainstream product design and manufacturing in an accessible, empowering
and credible way. To do this, we have integrated our knowledge of
product design, life cycle assessment and environmental systems design
with expertise in Web-based business and software design.
http://www.sustainableminds.com

About the position:
You'll be a UX designer creating our offering with our product team.

4 Dec 2006 - 7:02am
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9 years ago
3 replies
Anu Leponiemi
2006

Testing usability of mobile applications

Hi,

I'm planning on usability-testing a S40 application, and would like
to hear about the ways you tend to test usability of mobile
applications. Paper prototype is always an option, however, is that
all you do, or do you test with real devices? If so, do you capture
the input some ways, possibly with a software or a camera, or do you
just watch the user use his mobile?

Regards,

LePo

--
Anu Leponiemi * anu (thingie) lepo.net * +358 40 525 7328 * www.lepo.net

7 Nov 2007 - 6:09am
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8 years ago
12 replies
Björn Simonson
2007

How to handle clients...

...that are making suggestions to the structure of a website that are bad and will screw everything up?

I'm currently working on a project for a smaller website (with a tight budget). I've done a couple of workshops and have had some discussions with the clients project group to come up with a working information structure for the site. Everything came together and we agreed on a structure.

23 Aug 2007 - 12:20pm
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Elaine Garvey
2007

JOB: User Experience Design Internship at SAP Labs, Palo Alto, CA

User Experience Design Internship
Business Process Renovation Team
SAP Labs, Palo Alto, CA, USA

Position Description
The Business Process Renovation Team (BPR) is a global initiative in
the office of the CEO at SAP, the world leader in business software.
We are sponsored directly by Hasso Plattner, co-founder of SAP and
visionary leader on design thinking in the enterprise software world.
BPR's mission is to define and implement innovations in technology and
experience for seamless support of new or improved business processes.
We specialize in fast innovation, incubation, and introduction t

30 Nov 2008 - 11:14am
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jmcatee
2008

UXBookClubs in general (was UX Book Club Washington D.C.)

Atlanta has a book club page now. Please sign up if you are
interested.

http://uxbookclub.org/doku.php?id=atlanta

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2 May 2012 - 3:32am
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4 years ago
6 replies
kamaksh
2010

Starting IXDA Ahmedabad, India

Hi all,

Greetings to the awesome designers from city of Ahmedabad and around.

Starting a group where some great UX, UI and interaction designers can meet, discuss, teach and learn. Non-designers can join too.

Since we have institutes like NID and MICA in town, I think it'll be a great experience meeting each other.

So come, join, inspire and get inspied!

Ideas needed for the first meet up Dates, Venue and Agenda.

Start shooting! 

 

Thanks,

Kamaksh G

18 Jan 2004 - 4:42pm
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12 years ago
1 reply
Jeff Howard
2004

Re: Error messaging best practices

Ryan,

37signals' Design Not Found archives might be helpful here. Lots of good
(and bad) contingency design examples.
http://www.37signals.com/dnf/snapshots/

For my part, I think delivery depends on the nature of the error
messages. If you're only showing one error that's easy to remember, find
and correct, then a simple dialog box is sometimes enough. Multiple
errors though (like blank required fields) are more elegantly handled by
annotations on page.