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15 Feb 2005 - 10:35am
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9 years ago
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Mischke, Ali
2005

UX manager resources

Hi, all,

Does anyone know of mentorship/discussion group resources specifically for UX group managers? The U-PODS web site seems to be down--anyone know if that group still exists, and if so, how to get in touch?

I manage two other designers, and have just had a significant expansion of responsibilities due to my company being acquired.

9 Feb 2009 - 1:11pm
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AndrewHInton
2007

(Plug) Beyond Findability IASummit Pre-Conference Workshop

Hey IxD friends.

I know many of you are still drifting down from the mountaintop experience
in Vancouver, which truly sounded inspiring from the reports on Twitter and
what-not for those of us not able to attend. (I *must* make it to Savannah
next year!)

But we're already looking ahead to March.

7 Apr 2009 - 6:42pm
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Valerie
2008

[JOB] Morae Users and Usability Testing in LatAm/Mexico City

I'm working on a project using Morae and I need to hire a local Morae
task logger/notetaker in Bogota, Colombia and Mexico City for some
usability sessions that we have coming up next week!
Does anyone have someone they can recommend?
The task logger does not need to speak Spanish, but it would be
helpful.
Thanks in advance,
valerie at movingtargetresearch

3 Aug 2007 - 9:47am
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7 years ago
15 replies
russwilson
2005

product SUITE design

I'm struggling a little with the design of a product suite.

The products perform very different functions, but they do

makeup a suite of tools that can be used in conjunction.

The struggle is:

1) What design elements (banners, navigation, interaction patterns,
etc.) should be the same?

2) What can be different?

6 Aug 2007 - 8:35am
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Maria Cordell
2010

Atlanta needs a local IxDA group!

I think it's time to set up a local Atlanta IxDA group! That's
especially true since there's a lot of great work going on in Atlanta,
and the 2008 IxDA conference taking place in (relatively) nearby
Savannah.

We already have a related group[1] that started out with an IA
orientation, but it really covers a range of UX disciplines. Whether
you're interested in that, or you want to set up a separate IxDA
Atlanta group, speak out, and we'll see where interest takes us.

22 Feb 2010 - 8:21am
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Alexis Brion
2007

[EVENT] 4th IxDA Munich Meeting on 22.02.2010

Dear all,

On Monday 22.02.2010 the 4th meeting of the local group of the IxDA
is going to take place at the IDEO offices (Hochbrückenstraße 6,
80331 Munich).

Find more information about it here:
http://www.ixdamunich.de/2010/02/17/4th-ixda-munich-meeting/

Thanks!

Alex

4 Jan 2009 - 6:50pm
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Dave Malouf
2005

TriUPA's 2009 Professional Training workshop series (For North Carolinians, and others near NC)

[I'm really excited to be part of this series of speakers and
workshops that the fine folks at TriUPA (North Carolina Research
Triangle) were able to put together. If you are in the Triangle, I
hope I'll be able to get to see you there, then. -- dave]

= What's TriUPA?

26 Oct 2007 - 4:01pm
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Elizabeth Buie
2004

CLARIFICATION: JOB: Senior Usability Officer at the American Library Association (Chicago, IL)

I am not collecting resumes for this offer. Please send all resumes and inquiries to cvivian at ala.org.

Thanks.

Elizabeth
--
Elizabeth Buie
Principal Consultant
Luminanze Consulting, LLC
tel +1.301.943.4168
fax +1.301.949.9694
http://www.luminanze.com

13 Sep 2004 - 9:40am
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Rick Cecil
2004

Job Opening: Web Designer

hesketh.com is excited to announce a new Web Designer position.

Title: Web Designer

Occupational Summary:

As a Web Designer for hesketh.com, you will be responsible for the
visual design of Web site and application designs and implementation
for our progressive client base using a user-centered design approach
and employing tools such as Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Flash, xHTML, and
CSS.

6 Nov 2006 - 4:25pm
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Trevor G
2006

Physical vs Digital Buttons

I completely agree with you Dan. As someone who has come to user
experience design for the web from an industrial design background, it
seems obvious to me that non-mechanical buttons lack the tactile feedback
which would instill confidence that an action has been completed.

That being said, I think that unless mechanical buttons are very well
implemented in terms of both tactile feel and auditory feedback, they
often feel "cheap". There are both good and bad implementations of
mechanical buttons.