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6 Aug 2008 - 12:16pm
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Michele Marut
2005

EVENT: IXDA Pittsburgh Happy Hour - Aug. 13, 2008

Please join IXDA Pittsburgh for a summer Happy Hour (half price appetizers
and 1$ off drafts, wine and well liquor) and discussion about submitting to
the IXDA conference.

Date: Wednesday, Aug. 13, 2008

Time: 5:30 - 7 pm

Place:

Walnut Grill
5500 Walnut Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15232

Michele Marut and Jack Moffett
IXDA Pittsburgh Local Ambassadors

27 Sep 2011 - 4:23pm
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Frank Siraguso
2008

E-newsletter usability

I'm thinking that this may have been around the block a few times but I'd like to have to have opinions and links to research, if possible.

We send several short monthly e-newsletters and are redesigning them. The layouts are pretty much the same for all: 2 column, wide on left wtih the right column for links, etc. Our new Web manager wants to have an "In this issue" list in the right column. We-the writers-think that's redundant. Because we use a title link with a short intro, readers will see all the contents, usually. Thanks for your help!

10 Nov 2009 - 8:10am
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NYC IxDA
2008

IxDA NYC presents Steve Portigal "Yes, My Iguana Loves to Cha-Cha: Improv, Creativity and Collaboration" - Just a few seats left!

There are just a few seats left for Steve Portigal "Yes, My Iguana Loves to
Cha-Cha: Improv, Creativity and Collaboration.

Register Now: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/458927665/

*An interactive evening with Steve Portigal :*

*"Yes, My Iguana Loves to Cha-Cha: Improv, Creativity and Collaboration"*

Improv is not "stand-up comedy." It's a series of games with rules that
offer huge degrees of freedom within a set of constraints.

17 Mar 2009 - 1:54pm
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7 years ago
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Jhilmil Jain
2008

[Job] Visual Designer, HP Labs Palo Alto, Contract

COMPANY: Hewlett-Packard Labs

JOB LOCATION: Palo Alto, CA

JOB TITLE: Visual Designer

JOB DURATION: Contract

JOB DESCRIPTION:
HP Labs is looking for a Visual Designer with experience in driving
and delivering the look and feel of a web-based application. You will
work directly with the HP Labs researchers. We are looking for an
experienced visual designer who thinks strategically and can deliver
pixel-level detail.

18 Aug 2004 - 4:17am
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12 years ago
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Joe Leech
2004

I need some advice

I have just started working at a medium size web development company
based in the South West of England after finishing an MSc in HCI. The
job market being as it it for us newbies (ie tough to get into) meant
that I stated applying for a web developers jobs. I got to the
interview for the company I work for now and the interviewer asked me
nothing about my web development skills and a lot about my HCI skills.

I was offered the job of web developer and I have been working here for
around 6 months now.

1 Aug 2013 - 1:03pm
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Suruchika
2010

Account Validation emails

I was working on login experience for our product, and while we have account validation system for newly registered user, by sending an email to the users, I am having a hard time convincing my team to provide a 'Regenerate validation email' link. The Validation emails ofcourse have a expiration time, and there is quite a possibility the user may not access his email to complete his registration immediately.

16 Jan 2009 - 9:35am
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7 years ago
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neilnoakes
2009

Data to support the ROI of an Intranet re-design

I am currently working on proposals for the redesign / development of
an intranet for an organisation with upward of 2000 employees.

Having conducted user research, interview, surveys... I have a pretty
clear idea about the things that the employees are using day to day,
where problems exist and the business point-of-view.

Given the current economic climate there is an even closer
interrogation of the fiscal value of implementing some of these
findings.

30 Sep 2010 - 8:17am
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Adrian Howard
2005

Re: [IxDA] Show more options, but not fewer

Hey m,

On 30 Sep 2010, at 13:33, minimalist wrote:

> Looking for info on the following pattern: > > User opts to show more options, which switches modes to show more controls (or progressively discloses some more), but the option to go back to the fewer options is not given. [snip] > Anyone know of any field testing data that may add more color to the actual usability of this pattern (as opposed to merely my or others' gut)?

I can think of one instance of this in some user testing I did some years ago.

8 Feb 2006 - 6:46pm
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Scott Spears
2006

Job posting: Usability Engineer / Interaction Designer - Symantec in Roseville, MN

Usability Engineer - Symantec Corporation

Location: Roseville, MN
Position Type: Full-time
Web Site: http://www.symantec.com/ <http://www.symantec.com/>
<http://www.exactacorp.com/>

Description:

As an Interaction Designer, you will work with a family of technically
complex cross-platform enterprise products on a rigorous development
path. Analyzing business requirements, you will define user
requirements.

1 Oct 2009 - 8:19am
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Mark Schraad
2006

[JOB] Principal UxA &#8211; Chicago, FTE only.

I am looking for a seasoned Use Experience Architect that has worked in
ecommerce for at least five years. This role requires extensive knowledge of
cart and checkout and experience with POS and back end payment technologies.
Specifically, understanding both the non-technical (cultural) as well as the
technical constraints of cross-domain and cross brand cart and check out is
critical.