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4 Feb 2009 - 10:46am
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6 years ago
15 replies
Michael Micheletti
2006

Blackberry Storm

I stopped by the Verizon booth in the mall the other day to try out a
Blackberry Storm, the new one with the touchscreen. I'm a current Verizon
customer, and my antique Moto Razor is about to do the El Croako. I'd heard
the Storm had a good browser and a great screen for viewing media. Since
Verizon has treated me pretty well and I've no complaints about their
service, I was curious about their new phone.

The guy at the booth let me play with theirs. I tried typing on it, and was
not very successful.

6 Dec 2006 - 1:46pm
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Nina Gilmore
2005

Conference: VDA 2007

Hi All,
I'm interested in the 2007 Visualization and Data Analysis conference (sponsored by IST and SPIE) and wonder if anyone could share opinions/insight/experience about the conference content, etc.
Please respond directly to me, and I can produce a summary email for interested parties.
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http://vw.indiana.edu/vda2007/

This conference covers all aspects of visualization and issues affecting
successful visualizations.

19 Jul 2006 - 8:05am
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John Grøtting
2006

openBC.com Design Competition

Some of you may be familiar with the Design Competition that
openBC.com has going on. You can read all about it on the competition
website:
http://opendesign.openbc.com

I am very much against design competitions and spec work for our
industry.

9 Nov 2005 - 9:58pm
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9 years ago
1 reply
Ashley LaFrenais
2005

NYC IxDA Meeting: Panel of IxD Leaders on Nov. 29 (6:30p) - Parsons Design Lab

Join Us for the IxDA NYC Monthly Gathering

Did you ever wonder how Interaction Design is practiced at
organizations other than your own? Now is your chance to find out.
The IxDA has assembled a panel of IxD leaders in NYC for an event
that explores just this question. With panelists from the media,
financial services, design firms and agencies, this exciting event
will present you with a snapshot of interaction design in NYC today.

22 Jul 2009 - 2:39am
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5 years ago
2 replies
sajid saiyed
2005

Using laptop touchpad as gesture controller

Hi,
Has anyone tried developing PC based prototype for touch gesture UI
using laptop touchpad?

The problem situation is:
The laptop touchpad record the movement as relative, so if I move my
finger from left to right on touchpad, the mouse cursor reaches the
right edge of the monitor.
Then when I lift the finger on touchpad and start scrolling left to
right again, I would like the mouse cursor to reposition itself to the
left of my monitor screen.

So, I was interested to know if anybody know how can we re-calibrate
the laptop touchpad to respond in Absolute terms and not relative to
the previ

8 Feb 2006 - 7:49am
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Leslie
2006

User Acceptance Tests (UAT) as inroads for User Experience

Has anyone been able to get usability engineering into a software
development process by becoming involved in the User Acceptance Testing?

Many applications are developed in my company, which is a large
financial corporation. During our software development process there is
no requirement for user experience or usability involvement. (There is
little chance right now of adding more requirements to the development
process, such as heuristic evaluations or usability testing; our
developers will accept no more requirements.

4 Sep 2007 - 6:41am
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7 years ago
3 replies
Dave Malouf
2005

ADMIN: Invites from Social Networks

Today an invite went out to the IxDA Discussion list inviting people
to a social network on behalf of a subscriber.

I haven't spoken to this subscriber yet, but I am going to assume the
following. They said invite everyone in my Gmail contact list unaware
of the fact that their contact list consists of everyone they have
ever written an email to including discussion lists like this one.

Ok, yes, the person didn't want to do this, but they did and they have
to be responsible for it.

24 Feb 2012 - 5:28am
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Hitoshi Enjoji
2007

Several Services' Account Unification

I would like to know whether there are good practices to unify several services' account.

11 Aug 2009 - 7:25pm
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Beau Gould
2006

[JOB] Senior UI Architect/Developer, NYC | 120-150k

Position: Senior UI Architect/Developer
Location: New York City
Relocation: Possible for a superb-match candidate
Duration: Full time/permanent - on-site
Salary: 120-150k (dep on experience)
Visa: US Citizens, EAD or green card only please

Front-office credit risk technology group is initiating original
development of CVA Trader Risk Management System for CVA trading desk
and CVA strategists. Highly motivated, client user interface architect
will take part in the original design and development of the trading
workstation, traders primary tool for viewing and managing risk.

19 Mar 2008 - 1:44am
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7 years ago
3 replies
Ian Shou
2008

principles of content placement hierarchy?

Hello

Sorry if this is not the right way to start a new thread. I'm new to this
site, and couldn't find a way to start a new topic. I know the summary
sounds somewhat cryptic, but I'm not sure how else to put this. I know each
website has its own requirements, but I'm wondering if anyone out there has
any "industry standards" (ie Jakob Nielsen, etc.) for "best practice"
principles of layout in terms of where to place content on a page according
to how important it is to the user. For example, I have a client who has 2
"functions" he wants on his homepage...