Discussion Archive

4 Aug 2009 - 2:08pm

[EVENT] Agile UX Show & Tell at Pivotal Labs

If you're in the NYC area and interested in learning more about the
intersection between Agile and UX, join our next Agile Experience
Design Meetup, a Show & Tell event at Pivotal Labs in NYC.

We have 20 RSVPs available for this event. Details and RSVP at

Hope to see you there!


18 Mar 2010 - 11:02am
6 years ago
2 replies
Kenneth Vella

Scene7 for ecom product views

Hello everyone, can you show me some examples of Adobe Scene7 being used effectively for product view.

Thank You


8 May 2007 - 4:45pm
Kim Hoffman

Job: UX Designer, Adobe Apollo, San Francisco

Experience Designer-Apollo
Location: San Francisco

Please contact Kim Hoffman at kimh at adobe.com

Position Summary:

Adobe is looking for an Experience Designer to work on the user
experience for Adobe Apollo. Apollo is the codename for Adobe's new
runtime environment which combines the best capabilities of the web
(HTML, Flash and Acrobat) and allows web designers and developers to
develop desktop applications.

20 Jan 2007 - 11:24pm
9 years ago
1 reply
Kevin Wong

Master and Apprentice (was iPhone Keynote)

Take a minute and think about a mentor who changed everything for you
in the best way professionally. That one person alone for however
long that relationship lasted has helped you up when you fell and
told you all the why's to your what's and how's. Now imagine that
benefit except that relationship is extended over a couple years and
the mentor is currently considered the best in the industry.

17 Jul 2008 - 8:49am
8 years ago
9 replies
Ben Woods

Opening PDFs

Does anyone know of a best practice or have thoughts on opening PDFs from
a hyperlink? There seem to be 2 major methods for opening PDFs:

1) User clicks on hyperlink, PDF automatically opens in new browser
window, via Plugin. Ref:

2) User clicks on hyperlink, browser dialog asks user whether they want to
'open', 'save', or 'cancel' the action.

28 May 2010 - 7:32pm
6 years ago
1 reply

Transporter, a new kind of public transit app for San Francisco (UC Berkeley Master's Thesis)


I just finished my master's thesis at the UC Berkeley's School of Information: A thoughtfully designed public transit app crafted to meet the needs of SF Area riders. http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/transporter-real-time-public/id373726282?mt=8

19 Dec 2005 - 5:43pm
10 years ago
1 reply
Bill DeRouchey

Interaction Design Exercises (Amazon's Gold Box)

I have four guesses.

1. Same as Dave. An awareness tool to show people that there's more than
books and CDs on Amazon.
2. A clearance tool for items that are glutting up the warehouse.
3. A research tool to gauge what types of items customers are -really-
interested in.

12 Nov 2003 - 8:53am
Olly Wright

Announcing the Hub: Intersections of Interaction Design

Hi all,

For the last few months at the Interaction Design Institute Ivrea,
I've been developing The Hub (http://hub.interaction-ivrea.it ), a
resource and discussion site on interaction design.

We've officially launched today, in conjunction with the Foundations
of Interaction Design Symposium -- and we're discussing the symposium
as it happens on the Hub blog.

23 May 2008 - 7:09pm
Joanne Weaver

JOB: Information Architect, Seattle -- contract -- UX-geared recruiter

Presented by The Joanne Weaver Group

UX + Creative Talent Acquisition

www.joanneweavergroup.com <http://www.joanneweavergroup.com/>

Hi IxDA'ers!

My client is a major, big-name player in the global design community, and
they're looking for a FREELANCE INFORMATION ARCHITECT for their Seattle
office for an immediate freelance gig.

This IA would need to be able to work approx 40 hour weeks, onsite in
Seattle, for about 4 weeks.

This would be such a major coup to nail this gig---VERY prestigious name to
have on your resume :)