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18 Apr 2008 - 9:18am
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6 years ago
3 replies
Ali Naqvi
2008

[Event] London IxDA meeting, guest starring Dave Malouf

Hello Alexander,
I'm normally based in Denmark but I'll be in London during that
period due to job interviews. I might drop by :)

Ali

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29 Dec 2010 - 5:06pm
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4 years ago
4 replies
aZippel4iD
2010

Is the browsers back button our report card showing an F (most cases)?

To put it simply (and a bit overly simplified), if a user clicks on the browsers back button I think the website navigation has suffered a catastrophic failure (in most cases). Why? Apart from user preference/habit (most cases) the user was forced to end their engagement with the website and engage the browser. Is the browsers back button our report card showing an F (most cases)?

1 Jun 2005 - 3:50pm
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9 years ago
3 replies
ji kim
2004

re: McAfee UI Design group wins big w/ 90% drop in support calls

I read this article couple of months ago.....first I was glad to seesuch article.

Then I started talking this with my colleagues (more business/marketing folks...).......our conclusion was that 90% seems little high - we felt it was exaggerated. There could be variety of reasons why McAfee didn't receive much support calls - one reason might be people simply didn't really use it.....and list does on.

2 Jun 2009 - 9:38am
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Pierre Roberge
2005

Flash Catalyst (Thermo) Free Preview

>From Lynda.com

http://tiny.cc/7k0W3

Pierre Roberge
Customer Experience Manager, etfs
#2193
819.566.2901
www.etfsinc.com

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19 Jan 2012 - 9:26am
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3 years ago
4 replies
BitterD
2011

Does it make sense for me to go back to school for Cognitive Psychology?

I majored in Industrial Design and HCI but am interested in Cognitive Psychology, but after reading Don Norman's article about the flaw in design education, I think what he says makes sense in that a lot of designers end up as pixel pushers because they don't really know much about people and how they behave to be designing for them, so they end up focusing on visuals only, which further causes companies to think designers are there to make things "pretty" rather than solve problems.

2 Apr 2008 - 7:23am
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Meredith Noble
2010

[EVENT] Reminder: IxDA Toronto Meeting: This Thursday at LinuxCaffe

Hi folks,

Just a reminder about the IxDA Toronto meeting happening tomorrow at
LinuxCaffe at 7pm!

All are welcome, but we'd ask that you RSVP on Upcoming
(http://upcoming.yahoo.com/event/460354) or to myself at ixda at meredi.com
so we have some idea of how many to expect.

28 Sep 2009 - 1:22pm
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Dave VanEsselstyn
2007

[JOB] User Experience/Product Designer - Brooklyn, NY - Wireless Generation

I'm posting a new User Experience/Product Designer position for Wireless
Generation and wanted to give IXDA'ers a brief taste of what we are looking
for.

Full details are available here: *
https://www.cytiva.com/wgen/details.asp?wgen1268
*
Wireless Generation is an innovative educational software company
headquartered in Brooklyn, New York.

* You'd become a part of a great design group and great company.

2 Jun 2011 - 2:16pm
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3 years ago
5 replies
DrWex
2006

Tom Hulme interview

http://www.boingboing.net/2011/06/01/interview-tom-hulme.html

Boingboing interviewed Tom Hulme of IDEO on design, process, and self-description. Good reading.

4 Oct 2010 - 2:20pm
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4 years ago
3 replies
scottymac
2010

Any Best Practices for Number of Years documents should be available on a web site?

I'm trying to make some recommendations in order to clean up 15 years worth of documents on a web site. The files are mainly government meeting minutes in word format, which overall is taking up quite the chunk of space. I feel 7 or 8 years would be more then sufficient, but would like to have some best practices or examples to back up what I recommend.
 
Anyone know of any such documentation or have had to provide similar recommendations?
 
thanks!
28 Jun 2010 - 5:02am
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Ritika
2010