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28 Dec 2009 - 6:05pm
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4 years ago
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Anthony Levin-D...
2009

Great product blogs?

Know of any great blogs written by companies about their own digital
products?

30 Jan 2004 - 12:29pm
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Dan Saffer
2003

The $$$ of Education (was Re: How to Get Into Interaction Design?)

On Friday, January 30, 2004, at 04:23 AM, Hal Taylor wrote:

> Carnegie Mellon's program is currently over $26,000 per year for a
> two year program (so, over $50,000 for tuition cost alone).

19 May 2011 - 1:11am
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3 years ago
12 replies
whoischrislam
2010

Is anything being done to help newcomers to get into the industry?

Hello everyone,

This has troubled me for quite a while.

I know there has been numerous threads about "How can I break into UX" or "How can I get a job in UX".

Other than just discussing and talking about this particular issue, is there any ACTION or movement towards getting this issue resolved?

Before you give me general advice, I'll let you all know what I've been doing within the confines of what i can do.

3 Sep 2010 - 11:17am
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4 years ago
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kduclos
2010

Company-wide UX Event Ideas

We want to hold a company-wide UX event/workshop to inform and educate those around the company (esp. developers, business/product owners, and managers) about the benefits of UX. What is it? Why should we care? What can it do for us? etc.

11 Oct 2007 - 2:01pm
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7 years ago
1 reply
Joe Lanman
2007

Seth Godin's 10 steps to a great web site

Sorry if this has already been mentioned somewhere:

http://sethgodin.typepad.com/seths_blog/2007/10/how-to-create-1.html

Some interesting thoughts including:

Point 4: "What works, works. Theory is irrelevant."

Joe

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www.formd.net

18 Nov 2009 - 2:36pm
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Alexandre Khan
2009

Prototype, rendering, interfaces design insights R&D programme

We are seeking design consultancy partners within Europe to form a
consortium on this theme, so as to provide new integrated insights to
help designers in their projects. The focus concerns consumer goods,
automotive, consumer electronics, appliances, software.

30 Dec 2005 - 1:27pm
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richard ting
2004

JOB: Interaction Designer @ R/GA

Interaction Designer Position – R/GA
(http://www.rga.com)
New York, NY

JOB DESCRIPTION
================
R/GA has unique opportunities for experienced
Interaction Designers with a passion for compelling
user experiences and sports. R/GA design teams have
won every major industry award across a wide variety
of accounts and the Interaction Design team is unique
in the industry. Interaction Designers work on a
variety of projects in a collaborative, fast-paced
environment.

15 Sep 2007 - 4:16am
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7 years ago
4 replies
Peter Boersma
2003

IxD definition WAS Interaction Design forESL Textbooks?

[I love it how Andrew is now defining IxD, after he did a great job of defining the IA CoP at the IA Summit!]

> Like many newer practices (sociobiology, psycholinguistics, etc), isn't
> Interaction Design a hybrid of other, earlier practices, that coalesced to
> solve the new problems created by trying to make very complex, powerful
> devices for personal consumer use?

Just as IxD is a hybrid of other, earlier practices, so will IxD be seen as a pre-cursor to the User Experience practice.
We all stand on the shoulders of giants.

10 Feb 2004 - 9:56pm
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Eddie Hodad
2004

No mouse, no touchscreen, high pressure!

Hi there,

I'm looking for resources, guidelines, books etc that could
help with my current ID challenge. Here are the parameters...

* High pressure "factory floor" style environment

* Keyboard only terminals running Windows XP

* No touchscreen or custom input hardware available

* Users have 8 seconds to read and act on screen contents

* May have to fill in values for 1 or 2 fields somehow

Any pointers to existing literature covering this type of
situation would be VERY much appreciated. I dont mind buying a
book or two...

Cheers,
Andrew

5 Mar 2007 - 11:57pm
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7 years ago
1 reply
Cwodtke
2004

Product Company Entrapreneurs (apologies for cross posting)

As a fund-raising fool, I attend a lot of SV networking events for
entrepreneurs. There are plenty of them. I meet marketers, engineers,
business folks... but never any designers or folks with design
backgrounds (unless it's Frank Ramirez.) This might be my luck, or it
might be a trend. I'd like to hear from folks why you think this
happens? why don't more ID's, Interaction designers, etc become product
company CEO's? And yes, I've heard of 37 signals... but even they took
a different outsider path.