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26 Jul 2010 - 3:36pm
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pabini
2004
28 Dec 2008 - 3:16pm
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6 years ago
2 replies
Michael Kordek
2008

Alert Fatigue

Dear Professors
Hello, and thanks for any help ahead of time.
I am a Medical Informatics student at OHSU and right now I am in a research
methods class at my institution: Geisinger.
For My project I wanted to investigate Alert Fatigue, suffering, myself,
from the condition.
So far most of what I can document comes from high-risk industries like
nuclear power, aerospace and the military. There is very little data in the med
informatics literature.
As I begin the topic though, I can find very little nomenclature defined
either.
Is there taxonomy of alerts?

23 Nov 2004 - 3:10am
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10 years ago
2 replies
Narey, Kevin
2004

"Smell" it

http://snipurl.com/atzg

Wake up and load the coffee?

Kevin

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6 Jan 2008 - 10:57pm
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Aaron Louie
2007

Seattle Monthly IA/UX Meetup - January 10th (venue change)

Once a month, we get together to have drinks, chat, network, and geek
out with fellow information architects, librarians, usability experts,
user experience designers, and other like-minded user-centered
professionals and students. It's open to anyone, so bring a friend --
especially those in other local organizations! The format will be
casual, but all are encouraged to bring something to discuss -- recent
work, an interesting topic, or even your resume.

1 Feb 2005 - 5:43am
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Petteri Hiisilä
2004

"Government Computer Blunders Are Common"

http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story2&u=/ap/20050130/ap_on_hi_te/government_computer_woes

"The FBI's failure to roll out an expanded computer system that would
help agents investigate criminals and terrorists is the latest in a
series of costly technology blunders by government over more than a decade."

"Experts blame poor planning, rapid industry advances and the massive
scope of some complex projects whose price tags can run into billions of
dolla

14 Jun 2005 - 9:52am
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9 years ago
6 replies
Gerard Torenvliet
2004

Graphics Software: Fireworks or PhotoShop

I need your opinion.

I will be purchasing some graphics software in the next few days. I
have intermediate skills with Fireworks and can barely spell
PhotoShop.

Given the merger between Adobe and Macromedia (and the rumours that
Fireworks will be Fired) should I:

1. Preserve my existing skills, save $400, and get Fireworks.

2.

6 Oct 2009 - 6:56am
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5 years ago
1 reply
morville
2010

Mobile web: problems with search interfaces

I'd say the Taptu white papers are worth a look...

http://taptu.com/whitepapers/

...as is this presentation...

http://www.slideshare.net/createwithcontext/how-people-really-use-the-iphone
-presentation

...and Mac Funamizu's work is great for inspiration...

http://petitinvention.wordpress.com/2008/02/10/future-of-internet-search-mob
ile-version/

Peter Morville
Pres

13 Oct 2004 - 2:26am
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10 years ago
4 replies
Narey, Kevin
2004

Auto-tabbing in web apps

Hi,

I came across an interesting conflict recently where two users fed back
completely contradicting views on auto tabbing in one of our web
developments.

One found it very usable - and the other was ripping there hair out with
rage.

I personally find it useful (i.e. on online banking applications for sort
codes) because I usually have an equal usage in apps of both mouse and
keyboard and therefore tend to keep track of the focus. However, the users
who dislike this and find it counter-intuitive predominantly use the
keyboard and therefore through standard tabbing usage (i.e.

16 Dec 2012 - 4:57am
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1 year ago
1 reply
Angelo87
2012

Mobile devices in fieldwork context

Hello to all,
i'm looking for articles/papers about UX of mobile devices (tablets) in fieldwork context.

12 Feb 2010 - 10:34am
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Louis Rosenfeld
2007

ANN: "Remote Research" book now on sale

(apologies for cross posting)

It's a pleasure to announce that Nate Bolt and Tony Tulathimutte's new book,
*Remote Research <http://rosenfeldmedia.com/books/remote-research/>: Real
Users, Real Time, Real Research, *is now available for purchase. Remote
studies allow you to recruit subjects quickly, cheaply, and immediately, and
give you the opportunity to observe users as they behave naturally in their
own environment.