Discussion Archive

30 Apr 2004 - 3:35pm
Christian Simon

Visual aspects of interaction design - combative,dismissive, and hostile

> on 4/30/04 12:01, Julie Stanford wrote:
> <http://www.rsparch.com/> http://www.rsparch.com
> <http://www.hga.com/> http://www.hga.com
> If you have been to the exhibit A site, then you'll know which one made
> it in. However, if you haven't been to the site, go to each of these
> sites and then decide which one you would put in.

12 Jun 2006 - 3:05pm
Alan Hochman

[JOB]UX Designer for RIA, NYC

NYC based company looking for an user experience, user
interaction, user interface designer to create
easy-to-use rich media interfaces for an online
community application.

Responsibilities, Skills and Qualities:
o Experience with Web 2.0 capabilities & online
o Strong wireframing and layout skills, task flow
analysis and creation, web Interaction models
o Working, hands on knowledge of Flash, CSS, DHTML &
Javascript (Adobe Flex exp.

9 Sep 2008 - 3:11pm
7 years ago
6 replies
IxDA Local Groups

Volunteer! IxDA Local Groups needs you!

Did you know that IxDA has over FIFTY IxDA Local Groups around the
world? IxDA St. Petersburg (Russia)... to IxDA Belo Horizonte
(Brazil)... to IxDA Columbus (Ohio), word is spreading and people are
gathering to bring IxD topics to life within their communities of

Check out our growing list here: www.ixda.org/local.php

There are many ways for you to be involved with IxDA Local Groups
outside of this list!

1. Attend a local event in an area near you
Check out the list of local groups and contact them directly. Even
better, raise your hand and volunteer to help out.

14 Apr 2004 - 2:49pm
CD Evans

Careers Initiative Volunteers

Hi there!

I'm looking for other people who want to join the "Careers Init".

We need people who are able to do a bit of server side code, likely php
form interaction.


11 Sep 2009 - 3:03pm
6 years ago
10 replies

web video content

Working on a project which has a video explaining a new product. The video, as it stands now, is about 5 minutes and has a beginning, a middle, and an end. The beginning is a (rather boring and technical) introduction: "Hi, I'm so-and-so, I invented this product and this is why." Then it gets into how to use the product. The video editor (who comes from a television background) feels strongly that we need the introduction first, for the flow/narrative.

13 May 2004 - 8:46am
Dave Collins

Labelling Progress Indicators [was Breadcrumbs]

>Not sure where your sitemap reference came from but thanks for your

'Implied' sitemap. (I probably should have said 'architecture') As in:
the details you provide about your pages hint at an overarching
structure that defines the relationships between the pages (not the
whole site, just this section). Or, more simply: I'd like to see your
boxes and arrows.


7 Jan 2010 - 2:54am

What would be the pay structure for e-Learning Technology Specialist/Architect in Doha, Qutar?

What would be the pay structure for e-Learning Technology
Specialist/Architect in Doha, Qutar with 7 to 8 years of experience?

Thanks in advance...


22 Mar 2009 - 1:08pm
Liam Greig

Design Samples for Client Workshop


This is going to come off rather broad but I am throwing it out there
anyways. I am going into a client workshop series this coming week and
I have prepared a list of core areas for improvement based on both
their current product as well as research documentation provided by
the client. Without too many details, I am presenting the 5 keys to
success as:

1. Search and Retrieval (2000+ products)
2. Layout and Navigation (IA)
3. Ecommerce (|From a design perspective)
4. Content Delivery (Making it related / relevant etc.)

11 Feb 2009 - 10:01am

[EVENT] IxDA Waterloo February 25: The Myths of Innovation with Scott Berkun

IxDA Waterloo is thrilled to host Scott Berkun on February 25. Scott will be
talking about the ideas in his latest book, "The Myths of Innovation". If
you're anywhere near the area, we'd love for you to join us!

Full details and RSVP instructions on our blog at:



Much of what we know about innovation is wrong. Scott Berkun takes us
through the history of innovation, dispelling the mythologies we¹ve
constructed about how we got here.

25 Jul 2008 - 1:03pm
7 years ago
1 reply
MJ Broadbent

NYC thanks Luke Williams, Icon Nicholson, and all event attendees

NYC IxDA sends out kudos to Luke Williams of frog design, who gave a
superb presentation last night to a standing-room-only, overflow crowd
of 75 attendees. Our deep appreciation also goes to event host, Icon
Nicholson. The group was enthralled by Luke's thought-provoking
discussion on how humans interact with shapes and objects at a
fundamental, cognitive level.