Discussion Archive

13 Apr 2005 - 8:19am
Chris Whelan

Need Help with Data Collection

Hi Folks.

I'll be conducting a study to analyze the impact of
ego, caffeine, work load, and Daylight Savings Time on
the social dynamics of email discussion groups, as I'd
like to better understand which of these factors most
directly fuel indulgent sniping.

If you'd like to help me with this project or you too
think we need much more petty bickering, please
contact me immediately.

Thanks in advance!

Do you Yahoo!?

30 Mar 2010 - 5:44pm

IA wiki was down?

Hi all,


At this moment, I'm trying to find some references on the IA wiki mentioned on the book.

However, I couldn't access at both "iawiki.net" and "iawiki.org".

And I got a bad news with Googling; http://www.info-arch.org/lists/sigia-l/0711/0077.html

Was it down in 2007, already? Anybody who has the archive? We might lose one of important resources.

Do you have any information about IA wiki? Thank you in advance.



29 Nov 2012 - 9:07pm

Explore the Interaction13 Program

The Interaction13 program is live on the site and now includes the daily schedule. Start planning your conference experience and get excited as we prepare to come together to learn from, be inspired by and connect with interaction designers from all over the world!

25 Sep 2008 - 1:18pm
5 years ago
7 replies
Scott Cobban

changing images and color schemes on refresh

I'm designing a top-level product landing page for an e-commerce site.

6 Oct 2008 - 10:41am
5 years ago
1 reply
Lee McIvor

Can anyone offer advice on setting up my first conference?

Hi all,

I'm hoping to organise a conference here in the UK, around UX issues in general, and I was wondering if I could tap into the experience of anyone on the list who's been involved in them before - I know that plenty of you have.

I'm looking to create something that's professional but not too expensive for those who come along.

27 Apr 2009 - 5:47pm
Carl Alviani

[EVENT] Coroflot Creative Confab, NYC, May 15

Coroflot.com and the Core77 Design Network invite you to the New York
City installment of the Creative Confab panel and networking series:

May 15, from 2-5pm

Art Directors Club - 106 W 29th St. @ 6th Avenue, New York City


The Creative Confabs are a series of afternoon events, each featuring
a panel discussion on the current realities and trends in creative

7 Mar 2004 - 5:27pm
erin malone

[JOB] AOL is looking for several UI designers (Dulles, Va and Mountain View, CA)

The AOL Product Design group has a need to fill several UI design
positions at different levels, including fulltime, contract and project

27 Jan 2010 - 1:26am
4 years ago
1 reply

Help some design students in the Bay Area with field research


I am teaching an interaction design class at Stanford and as part of the
class I am helping students set up sites for field research for their

We are still looking for people to interview who fall into the categories
listed below and I was wondering if any of you on this list might be
interested in volunteering yourself as a subject. Normally I don't solicit
subjects off this list for my projects but in this case, I thought I would
see if anyone was interested in volunteering to talk to students because I
think it's sort of fun to be interviewed by fledgling designers.

27 Feb 2008 - 12:08pm
Joe Lanman

Heft and depth of content (was Portfolios)

> Do you find a danger, without a walk-thru, that the person you want to see
> the portfolio doesn't get to the full depth of what you have to show?
> I see this as almost an inherent problem with interactive navigation and
> the
> limitation of the screen boundaries to be able to convey what sort of
> material is behind any given screen

Firstly, I think this is an excellent point.

8 Jul 2010 - 9:30am
4 years ago
3 replies
Jakub Andrzejewski

Commenting an article - below article or below article+other comments ?


I'd like to hear your opinion on where to place a form to comment an article:

1. Directly under the corresponding article (and above existing comments)

2. All the way down under both the article and the existing comments

I have a feeling it depends...

If you happen to have any examples, supporting research for either option please share :)