Discussion Archive

16 Apr 2007 - 4:58pm

INTERNSHIP: for me...

Hello fellow interaction Designers,

I have read this list for some time now, and I thought it to be the
perfect place to ask this question.

I am a interaction Design student at the Utrecht School of the Arts in
The Netherlands and
I am looking for an interaction Design internship.

25 Apr 2007 - 5:30pm
7 years ago
1 reply
Google Calendar

[Reminder] NYC IxDA Social at Eight Mile Creek @ Thu Apr 26 6:30pm - Mon May 7, 2007 7:30pm (11 days & 1 hr)

discuss at ixda.org, this is a reminder for

Title: NYC IxDA Social at Eight Mile Creek
Time: Thu Apr 26 6:30pm - Mon May 7, 2007 7:30pm (11 days & 1 hr) (Eastern Time)
Where: Eight Mile Creek, 240 Mulberry Street (btw.

1 Sep 2008 - 3:27pm
Richard I. Anderson

interactions magazine, September+October 2008

Just published:
interactions magazine, September+October 2008

(Welcome) Interactions: We're Not in Kansas Anymore
Richard Anderson, Jon Kolko

Section: The Importance of Personal Relationships

Experiential Aesthetics: A Framework for Beautiful Experiences
Uday Gajendar

Intimate Interactions: Online Representation and Software of the Self
Jeffrey Bardzell, Shaowen Bardzell

(Sustainably Ours) Personal Inventories in the Context of
Sustainability and Interaction Design
William Odom, Eli Blevis, Erik Stol

1 Jun 2005 - 7:42am
Dan Brown

DC Area Event: IA Salon TONIGHT!

[Please forgive the cross-posting.]

For several years, the DC-area information architecture group DCIA ran
a reading group. We see an enormous opportunity to expand this regular
event. The IA Salon is the next stage of evolution. Think of the salon
as the reading group without all that pesky reading.

Meet up with friends and colleagues at 7pm at the Mayorga in Bethesda
for an informal discussion.

27 Feb 2008 - 7:42am
Paul Reijnierse

Curriculum changes for Interaction Design program

Hello everyone, I am a graduate student Interaction Design at the
Utrecht School for the Arts in The Netherlands. Today I've been asked to
attend a seminar on the way the pre-graduate curriculum for Interaction
Design should evolve in the coming years. Currently the curriculum is
mainly focused on a practical form of Interaction Design and design of
multimedia in particular. The last years the theoretical approach has
been scaled down dramatically, for example a course into Cognitive
Psychology has been pulled from the curriculum.

10 Dec 2008 - 11:28am
5 years ago
2 replies
Mary Deaton

Conducting remote session in Africa

Does anyone have experience conducting remote usability sessions from
the US via the Web with participants in Africa?

11 Jul 2005 - 4:33pm
HUGE | Monique Saran

JOB:Interaction Designer | HUGE - Brooklyn, NY

HUGE, a design and marketing agency in NYC, has openings for Interaction
Desginers obsessed with building great websites and software.

Interaction designers at HUGE handle several key stages of product
development. You'll start with developing the correct conceptual model --
understanding exactly who the users are and describing and ranking their
goals and behaviors -- and end with the development of polished design
blueprints and specifications.

12 Jul 2006 - 9:07am
8 years ago
2 replies
Dave Malouf

Eyetracking article on UXMatters

So, I know I said I don't find eye-tracking useful in my own work, but a
study like the recent one printed on UXMatters.com I found to be useful
and I'd be interested in other people's thoughts:


I asked the question about scaling the context. Does the gain achieved
by using a more vertical layout of a form degrade as a form scales below
the fold?

Greg Petroff

By Popular Demand: Second workshop by Dan Safer and Bill De Rouchey added to the Interaction'09 Conference

Because the first workshop has sold out we have added a second offering
of Bill DeRouchey and Dan Saffer's workshop on Gestural Interfaces on
Friday Morning from 9-1.

Check it out here:


You can register for the conference and/or workshops at :

17 Apr 2009 - 9:18am
5 years ago
1 reply
Dave Cortright

Product Planner: users flows for popular sites

I thought this was an interesting site. It's a crowdsourced tool for
documenting interaction flows for popular web sites. I do this all the time
when doing research for similar features on my products. This could be a
good tool to help reduce that work.