Discussion Archive

19 Oct 2010 - 4:24pm
david fiedler

User Experience Designer | Minneapolis, MN or NYC

Digital agency space150 is seeking User Experience Designers to help define and design digital experiences. Highly creative, collaborative environment. Backgrounds in information architecture, interface design, technical writing, and software architecture, are encouraged to apply!

Find out more at and apply @ : http://www.space150.com/careers
Location: on-site in Minneapolis, MN or NYC     

13 Nov 2007 - 10:26pm
7 years ago
7 replies
lisa herrod

Songza Compare Seeqpod

Hi all

I think the Songza interface is far more interesting when you compare it
with Seeqpod.com.

Seeqpod has offered a very similar service for quite some time. While Songza
is more visually attractive to me, I think seeqpod is much easier to
interact with and use. I'd be interested to know what you think too.

However, my one major reservation with Seeqpod is that it is Flash based
when it needn't be.

13 Jul 2009 - 5:25pm

Job: Hot Studio New York Principal position available

+ Provide creative direction and leadership on all projects within
the New York office
+ Work collaboratively with the San Francisco leadership team on the
evolution of a common design process and shared level of exceptional

+ Lead and/or attend weekly meetings: Hot all-hands, New York office,
Hot leadership, user experience/visual design, etc.

+ Collaborate with Hot project managers in New York and San Francisco
to help manage projects

+ Represent Hot within the New York design and business communities
and beyond: public speaking, workshops, conference participation,

2 Jul 2007 - 10:28pm
7 years ago
15 replies
Jeff Axup

notepads and creative tools

Hi all,

I've done a bit of brainstorming around a notepad information appliance.
Wondering if anyone has any thoughts on requirements, design, feasibility or
other concerns?

Re-thinking the Notepad

Jeff Axup, Ph.D.
Principal Consultant, Mobile Community Design Consulting, San Diego

Research: Mobile Group Research Methods, Social Networks, Group Usability

24 Feb 2008 - 9:02pm
Jeff Patton

ANN: Cooper keynotes Agile development conference - last chance to submit proposals


I wanted to make a last minute request and announcement.

The Agile 2008 conference (held this August in Toronto:
http://www.agile2008.org/) will pull in a mixed audience of over 1500
people. This year the conference is organized around themes (or stages) one
of them is User Experience.

26 Jan 2004 - 1:04pm

Magnetic Elements Toolkit : Anyone actually receive a toolkit?


Has anyone ordered and actually *received* a copy of the Magnetic
Elements toolkit (from http://www.magments.com/index.html)?
I placed an order over a month ago, paid for it, and have yet to
receive a copy.

27 Nov 2009 - 2:26pm
4 years ago
1 reply

PLUG: Taxonomy Validation Workshop, Gilbane Boston

Hey, everyone.

If you're heading up to Gilbane Boston next week, you might be
interested in a half-day workshop on taxonomy validation that Joseph
Busch of Taxonomy Strategies and I are giving. We'll cover various
validation methods, perform some hands-on exercises, and present a few
case studies.

The workshop is scheduled for Tuesday, December 1, 2009 from 1-4PM. A
description of the workshop is below.

Hope to see you there,

Dave Cooksey
Founder & Principal
saturdave UX Consulting

How to Validate a Taxonomy: Pre-Conference Workshop
Joseph A.

12 Oct 2012 - 3:13pm
2 years ago
1 reply
Amanda Nance

animation patterns for things moving

I'm looking for good examples of an item moving from one place to another and how to make that clear to the user. The specific example is a selected line within a grid; the user will click an "accept" button on that line, and then the item will leave the grid of items to be reviewed and appear in a grid of approved items. Has anyone seen a nice animation that could help make it clear what is happening? 

16 Aug 2008 - 2:30pm
6 years ago
1 reply
Brad Ford

The World's First Open Source Circular and Spiral Dock

Circle Dock is a free open source dock-style applications launchers
for Windows that appear where your mouse is instead of you having to
move your mouse to the dock like with other programs. This is
accomplished by making the dock a circular or spiral shape so that it
can be placed anywhere, even near the edge of the screen. The
offscreen portions of the dock are easily reached by just scrolling
with your mouse wheel or arrow keys.

Its Windows only But i would like to see..if anyone has tried this App.


14 Mar 2010 - 11:07am
Nora Gonzalez

[EVENT] First IxDA Munich Social Event March 25 2010

The time has come for the First IxDA Munich Social Event:

Thursday March 25

Check out all the details @ http://www.ixdamunich.de/2010/03/14/first-ixda-munich-social-event/