Discussion Archive

13 Dec 2009 - 1:42pm
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6 years ago
1 reply
Mark Schraad
2006

The Ahistoricity of Interaction Design: Tangent to: Where we fail as a profession

Dave, I fundamentally disagree with what I read as the underlying
premiss of this statement.

On Dec 13, 2009, at 9:45 AM, dave malouf wrote:

> Just look who is writing our books today (and no
> offense to any of them, as I have deep respect): Both Kolko and
> Saffer who I feel have made the best attempts to bring a solid
> literature to IxD are less than 20yr. veterans at that.

2 Nov 2004 - 9:35am
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11 years ago
5 replies
Timothy Shey
2004

Sequoia, Diebold Voting Machines

So, when anyone voted today, or in the past weeks, did you use either
the Sequoia or Diebold electronic voting machines?

I voted in D.C. this morning, where each polling place has at least (or
maybe exactly) one Sequoia AVC Edge voting machine (
http://www.sequoiavote.com/productguide.php?
product=AVC%20Edge&type=Introduction ) and found the user experience
left a lot to be desired; it wasn't even equal to the farecard machines
at the D.C.

20 Jun 2006 - 8:24am
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Michael Albers
2005

2nd notice: Workshop on HCI & Information Design

Call for Papers
Workshop on HCI & Information Design to Communicate Complex Information
University of Memphis, Memphis TN
February 16-17, 2007

<https://umdrive.memphis.edu/malbers/public/HCIWorkshop/cfp.htm>

The future will see the design of information and communication
technologies that serve ever more complex purposes and problems.

18 Aug 2004 - 10:33am
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11 years ago
4 replies
Jef Raskin
2004

Re: I need some advice

Some workers in a situation similar to yours have briefly called in
well-known (and highly paid, to impress management) experts to back
them up.

A "big name" whose work in HCI has resulted in millions or billions of
dollars in sales can often speak directly to top management and make a
case that a lower level employee cannot.

13 Oct 2008 - 7:32pm
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Elad
2008

JOB: UX Designer, San Mateo CA, Mixer Labs, Full time or Contract

We are looking to hire a UX designer as part of the initial small core team
at Mixer Labs. Mixer Labs was started by two former Googlers, is backed by
some of the top investors in the Bay Area, and is focused on a massive,
swing for the fences opportunity.

We consider the UX role to be a cornerstone of everything we aim to
accomplish and the UX designer to be a core member of our team.

If you are interested please email jobs at mixerlabs dot com.

Detailed job description below. Thanks!

15 Jun 2005 - 11:01pm
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11 years ago
2 replies
Wendy Fischer
2004

Re: Professional development; employer expectations

I definitely agree with you on the creativity and inspiration part.

Part of the reason that I left my last job is that I wanted to publish a use case and make a presentation on some of our findings, but had no support or interest from senior management.

12 Oct 2007 - 11:44pm
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Itamar Medeiros
2006

Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Survey

Hello, everyone! I need some help with my dissertation, and I wish I
took take a minute of your time to help me collect some information
about Intellectual Property Rights (IPR), specially regarding the
INTERACTION DESIGN PROCESS in different countries:

1- Does your company/office have any specific practice to protect
(IPR), including Copyright, Design Right, Design Registration,
Patents?

2- If YES, how does your company/office disseminate such practices?
(eg. Training? Employee Hand Book?)

3- Are you familiar with how such practices are regulated in your
country? (eg. Legislation?

2 Jul 2004 - 3:03pm
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ji kim
2004

Re: What makes a good prototyping tool?

To me a good prototyping tool consist of following:
1. Does not geneate production quality code ( really ).
2. Provide out of the box basic UI components for several target platforms and devices.
3. Allow me to create custom UI components easily and quickly (hopefully without programming).
4. Also has basic drawing tool features.
5.

6 Aug 2004 - 7:45am
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Dave Malouf
2005

ADMIN: filtering certain attachment types

Hi everyone,

With the great help of Michael Bartlett I've configured both the Discuss@
and Workgroup@ lists so that only a specific type of attachments can get
through. If an attachment doesn't match a specific mime type it will not be
allowed onto the list.

image, office apps, pdf, flash are still allowed through.

PIF, ZIP, and EXE are NOT allowed through (e.g.)

For the most part people shouldn't be sending attachments at all through
this list of any type ... but there might be cases where it is necessary and
I don't want to eliminate it at all.