Discussion Archive

26 Apr 2012 - 6:23pm
2 years ago
2 replies

Project Management Tools for Design

Hey Everyone,

I'd love to get some feedback on tools for staying organized during the design phase of BIG projects.

21 Dec 2005 - 2:38pm
9 years ago
1 reply
Wendy Fischer

Ecommerce web site book recommendations

I'm working on a redesign of a retail commerce web site and was wondering if there are books that people can recommend regarding ecommerce web site and the whole user psychology around "retail".


12 Apr 2004 - 9:17am
11 years ago
2 replies
Bennett, Louise

PDA UI design plug-in??

Does anyone know of any products or plug-ins (for PhotoShop say) that enable you to design for and view designs as they would appear on a PDA?

Louise Bennett.

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20 Dec 2005 - 5:38pm
9 years ago
13 replies
Ockler, Sarah

Assumptions about users (blue collar=inexperienced?)

We posted an internal release about not creating paper user guides for
our Web sites, but creating better instructional content/cleaner process
on the actual site pages. Received this from an internal employee today
about a specific member group (we're a health insurance company) using
our member Web site:
"Their [automotive parts manufacturer] blue-collar work force may not
have home access to a PC and when at work, they rarely (if ever) use the

6 Apr 2009 - 12:26pm
6 years ago
6 replies
Damon Dimmick

Documenting State Changes in Web Apps

Question for the gallery:

My company has until recently been documenting state changed -within-
our visual design example documents. That is, we incorporate
explanations of the various states of widgets and interface points in
the same document that contains our wireframes/mockups.

I was wondering if any of my esteemed colleagues here do this a
different and potentially better way? We've tossed around the idea of
having an external text document that lists each page, each field, and
each state for each field. Possibly even an excel file etc.

Any opinions?

4 Feb 2009 - 5:07pm
Steve Baty

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2 Jun 2011 - 6:09am
4 years ago
1 reply

A different approach

Touch screen application interfaces have been following a common frame design for quite sometime now.
When i got an oppurtunity to work on couple of similar projects, 1st thing i did was i started observing the way people interact with the devices. I went through most of the similar applications.
As i was going through, lot of questions came in my mind. Few were like.

1. Technology has grown so much, isn't the practice of interaction with it also has grown?

8 Nov 2007 - 9:43pm
Chris Borokowski

JOB: Senior Interaction Designer, Houston, Texas

This was on an informal Houston developer's list, see if you like.

>Job Title : Senior Interaction Designer
>Requisition Number : HOU 07-097
>Location : Houston, TX, UNITED STATES
>Posting Date : 7/11/2007
>The industry's most complex challenges. The world's smartest

8 Oct 2010 - 2:53am
4 years ago
1 reply
Sean Pook

Question about US style UX Resumes compared with the UK

Hi all,

I'm very familiar with UK style CVs/Resumes. I've read enough of them over the past 4 years or so.

You may have noticed I'm making forays into the US UX market and I have noticed some sizable differences in the way people present themselves. Something I noticed:

24 May 2010 - 10:21am
5 years ago
2 replies