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19 Jan 2011 - 11:56pm
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Dave Malouf
2005

What's next in my learning and how do I get it?

I thought I'd get people talking about what it is they are looking to learn and where they are hoping to learn it kinda question.

There's a lot of formal EDU in IxD being created all around the world, but obviously, not everyone can jump into a 1-2yr program. So my question is what do you think you need to learn to be a better practitioner of IxD and how do you want to learn it?

-- dave

12 Apr 2006 - 4:10pm
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Michael Mordue
2006

Job Posting User Interface Analyst / Designer - Portland (recruiter)

User Interface Analyst / Designer Portland Oregon

Our client seeks a User Interface Analyst / Designer to establish
common User Interface design standards for an web based software
application product line.

1 Sep 2009 - 10:17am
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Brent Rogers
2009

JOB: User Experience, User Interface, Interaction Design and User Researcher - California - CISCO - Permanent

4 Permanent User Experience, User Interface, Interaction Design and User
Researcher Jobs at CISCO in California
+contact recruiter Brent at breroger at cisco.com if interested+

1. User Experience Manager - San Jose - Small Business Solutions Business
Unit
This leadership position within the Small Business Solutions Business Unit
encompasses responsibility for driving all aspects of the Business Unit¹s
user experience activities.

29 Apr 2011 - 4:59pm
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mikequery
2011

Aspiring UXer, in a unique situation. Need advice!

Hi there,

I'm new to the community, thanks in advance for the welcome :) So I've been out of college since 07, and I'm in a pretty unique situation with my current role and I'd like some advice for how to proceed. 

9 Feb 2010 - 11:15am
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Sean Scott
2009

JOB - 2 (Sr. Mid) User Experience Designer Openings in Los Angeles, CA | Blitz

Update: Reposting this as we're now looking to add two new members to
the UX team.

BLITZ Agency ( http://www.blitzagency.com ), located in Southern
California, is looking for a UX Designer who is living the digital
lifestyle, is passionate about building great user experiences and
committed to client success.

25 Aug 2006 - 3:07pm
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Narayan Kansal UM
2006

Invitation to join the Usability Professionals' Association, Tennessee

Hello all,

We are forming a local chapter in Tennessee of the Usability Professionals'
Association (UPA) (http://www.upassoc.org) with the intention of promoting
the growth of the usability profession in this area.

9 Feb 2009 - 7:21pm
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Evan Meagher
2009

fluidIA: an open design open source UI prototyping tool

This project looks very cool. I've been looking for a good,
preferably open-source prototyping app for some time now. A guy I'm
working on a CS research project with uses OmniGraffle, and I'm
always impressed by its flexibility and ease of use. I'll definitely
stay tuned to fluidIA and look for ways to help out.

Thanks!

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http://www.ixda.org/discuss?post=38396

20 Nov 2007 - 3:20pm
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Wunderlich, Judith
2006

JOBS - Flash Developers, Producers, Acct Manager, Art Director - Chicago (recruiter) - FULL TIME

My client, a top interactive design/development agency, is experiencing
rapid acquisition of new clients, and is therefore expanding by opening an
additional office in a new location - Chicago. They have, so far, 5 open
positions but there may be more to come:

INTERACTIVE ART DIRECTOR
INTERACTIVE PRODUCER/PROJECT MANAGER
EXECUTIVE INTERACTIVE PRODUCER/ACCOUNT MANAGER
FLASH DEVELOPER
SR. FLASH DEVELOPER

Fabulous working conditions in Chicago, great benefits, and top market rate
salaries are being offered.

10 Sep 2004 - 7:26am
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Marc Rettig
2004

Hole-in-the-wall project

Hello,
Some of you will enjoy knowing about the Hole In the Wall project:
http://www.niitholeinthewall.com/

The nub of the gist (from worldchanging.com):
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The concept is so simple that it stands on it's own.

Put a computer where kids can use it. Leave them alone. That's it.

When you think about it, children learn best out of curiosity. If you
make a child do something on a computer, it's work. When they get to do
it on their own - it's play.

6 Jan 2005 - 1:32pm
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Jonathan Grubb
2004

You decide - Screen Size

>But they do, don't they? I'd like to see some data/charts myself, but,
>as an example, the original Macintosh from 1984 had a 9" screen (and
>before that, people worked with Osbornes and their stamp-sized 5"
>displays), the first iMac from 1998 had a 15-incher, and the current
>offerings sport 17" or 20" LCDs, without any obvious intentions to stop
>growing.

Sorry for bringing up a pesky off-topic issue again, but...

These screen size discussions ignore mobile devices.