Discussion Archive

9 Dec 2010 - 5:35am
3 years ago
2 replies

ID-test regarding recruitment process

Hi gul and boys!

Im wondering how the design applications test look like?

Ususally when you are applying for jobs sometimes  after the interview is done; the second phase is about to do a design test right?  Now my question is:

How does it look like?

Does it happen that we need to sketch-visualize concepts-interactions? Sealed

7 Aug 2007 - 9:36am
7 years ago
1 reply
Catriona Lohan-...

Sitemaps and wireframes for Rich Internet Applications

Can anyone point me to some good resources as I am working on pageless
navigation RIA's and want to be inspired. Sitemaps, wireframes, prototyping,



8 Aug 2008 - 3:13pm
Brett Pauley

JOB: User Interface Designer/Developer; Rochester, MN; Mayo Clinic; Full Time

We are looking for two UI Designer/Developers who would be responsible for
translating product requirements into system and/or product user interfaces
using user-centered design and development methods.

Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Human-Computer Interaction (HCI),
Interaction Design or related field required.

4 Jun 2008 - 1:28pm
karen kranack

[JOB] Information Architect, New York, Thumbplay - Full Time

Thumbplay Inc., the leading consumer brand in wireless entertainment,
has an immediate opening for an Information Architect to join a growing
group of user experience professionals on the product development team.
The ideal candidate will demonstrate a depth of experience in
information architecture practices, with an emphasis on navigation
design, interaction design, and principles of designing for e-commerce

27 Jul 2004 - 6:21am
10 years ago
1 reply
Michael Bartlett

Follow up: Remote Control stuff

Purely for interest's sake...

Has both touch screen and tactile inputs. Although it's a tad pricey. Anyone
care to donate one and I'll do a full usability *cough* study *splutter* on
it... ;)

13 Nov 2008 - 5:22pm
Peter Boersma

Looking for design template samples forimagine/discovery phase


> Very interested in cool formats for presenting
> distilled design innovation concepts to key stakeholders.

Victor Lombardi's Concept Design Tools article (http://www.digital-web.com/articles/concept_design_tools/) may be of use to you.

Peter Boersma | Senior Interaction Designer | Info.nl
http://www.peterboersma.com/blog | http://www.info.nl

17 May 2010 - 6:05pm
4 years ago
4 replies
Janna DeVylder

Representing IxDA at UPA 2010 in Munich

Hi all,

Next week I will be flying to Munich to represent IxDA on a panel at UPA’s annual conference.  The title of the panel is “The future of the UX field and how leading UX organizations interact”. Steve Baty, IxDA's VP, will also be on the panel, representing the UX Book Club. Here’s the list of confirmed panelists:

13 Jan 2011 - 5:02pm
3 years ago
3 replies

Personalized Dashboard: Widgets & Modules

All -

I am designing a portal that allows the user to add mutiple widgets/modules to their personalized dashboard. I've done extensive user research, but I am unsure if the widgets/modules should be pre-populated with data. The argument against this is the widgets/modules are highly customizable to the point where it is hard to predict what a particular user type needs in each widget/module.

6 Jan 2008 - 11:57pm
Aaron Louie

Seattle Monthly IA/UX Meetup - January 10th (venue change)

Once a month, we get together to have drinks, chat, network, and geek
out with fellow information architects, librarians, usability experts,
user experience designers, and other like-minded user-centered
professionals and students. It's open to anyone, so bring a friend --
especially those in other local organizations! The format will be
casual, but all are encouraged to bring something to discuss -- recent
work, an interesting topic, or even your resume.

15 Feb 2005 - 10:35pm
Dave Malouf

Fwd: JOB: RCA Head of Interaction Design Post(RoyalCollege of Art; London)

> Unfortunately, it's accompanied by the all-too-common pathetically low
> salary for an IxD H-o-D.
> > Salary: £46,000 pa

First off, is that really that low? I don't know my exchange rates off-hand
but the pound at it's lowest is 1.5 dollars to the pound which would put
that at some $70k, no? Considering that teaching usually has "supplemental"
income at this level, I'm not so sure that I think that is so bad.

Also, I bet in the UK the bennies are a heck of a lot better than they are
in the states. Just the # of bank holidays alone.