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27 May 2008 - 9:27am
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jabbett
2008

What do you call this?

I do this--

http://www.grokdotcom.com/wireframing.htm

--and it's been very useful.

The author calls it "wireframing," but everyone else in the world says that
a wireframe is a low-fidelity mockup.

Do other names exist for this sort of clickable, text-only, HTML
pre-prototype?

Thanks,
Jonathan

27 Jan 2010 - 8:55am
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6 years ago
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Kristopher Kinlen
2008

Job: Interaction Designer - Atlanta, PracticeWorks - Fulltime

Review the position and apply online here:
http://www1.recruitingcenter.net/clients/practiceworks/publicjobs/controller.cfm?jbaction=JobProfile&Job_Id=11162&esid=az

Role description:
The Interaction Designer is a key member of the Product Design team.
Working with the Product Owner and using their observation skills in
a customer environment, the Interaction Designer is responsible for
developing a software design which is intuitive and comp

11 Jul 2008 - 6:49pm
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7 years ago
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Angel Anderson
2010

Off Topic: how will rising gas prices affect e-commerce?

A friend is a writer for an LA-based appeal newspaper and he was wondering
what the folks in the Interaction Design community might have to say about
this question: how will rising gas prices affect e-commerce?

21 Jan 2008 - 3:59pm
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Steve Silvers
2008

job - Sr. Interaction Designer - Redwood City, CA or Seattle, WA

Please contact me off list.

Thx

-Steve

Description:

Visto is seeking a Senior Interaction Designer to join our Product
Design team in Redwood Shores. The Interaction Designer will design user
interactions across all of Visto's enterprise, mobile, web and desktop
applications.

25 Apr 2007 - 12:46pm
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david.shaw6@gma...
2004

A List Apart Survey

I didn't see this come across the wire yet, but if you have time, go take
the survey at http://alistapart.com/articles/webdesignsurvey . Hopefully
this will give a better picture of our industry.

~david

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w: http://www.davidshaw.info

20 Apr 2005 - 4:00am
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sajid saiyed
2005

Interaction design work flow

Hi,
I am a designer and want to know peoples experience in creating or
improving forkflow for Interaction Design process with programmers.

What I would like to know is that, What is the typical (or Proven)
workflow process for any interaction design that a designer is working
on and is supposed to be later handed over to the implementation team
along with assets.

How do you effectively communicate design guidelines to developers?
(Style guide? Specifications documents??? )

What process do you use to make sure that the design is implemented
exactly as you visualised? (Usability testing?

24 Jun 2010 - 11:22am
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5 years ago
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Traci Lepore
2008

RE: [IxDA] ATM interaction design

Bank of America ATMS have had the envelope free deposits for like a year now, sounds like the new Wells Fargo ones are pretty similar. I've actually found them quite an annoying experience. It takes practically twice as long because there is more steps...telling the machine what kind of deposit (cash or check) and verifying the amount and what kind of receipt do you want.

1 Jun 2006 - 7:54am
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9 years ago
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Simon Asselbergs
2005

usability & language: inconsistent terms

Hi All,

I am an all-round interaction designer and I am to busy to deal the language & usability part while improving big large existing products on small usability features (quickwins).

But I find it also rather important, but also so time consuming and I am not specialized in that kind of stuff. I am the only interaction designer and there is a documentalist making tutorials. He bumps very often against hazy language constructions. He is quite busy also.

What would you do?

21 Nov 2010 - 11:44pm
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Jan Jursa
2008

[IxDA] Free eBook: UX Storytelers

Dear list and friends,
thanx a lot for "10.000 Reads in Three Weeks" http://bit.ly/UXStorytellers (UX Storytellers)

:)

20 Jun 2010 - 9:05pm
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Neil Lee
2007

Wireframing on the iPad?

(I atone in advance for this topic's platform-specificness.)

I was wondering if anyone who owns either iMockups[1] or Omnigaffle for the iPad[2] could pipe up with their thoughts and comments? I've been doing some very rough wireframe sketching using the free Adobe Ideas app, but have been looking at both of these apps as my next purchase.

iMockups is $10, so there isn't as much of an investment lost if it isn't an effective tool.