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12 Sep 2008 - 1:53pm
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Joanne Weaver
2007

JOB: NYC: Freelance (onsite) for IA, UX Lead, Content Strategists (jr/sr/lead), UX-recruiter (JWG)

Hi IxDAers! Apologies for cross-post. These jobs are hot-cross-buns HOT.

Got a slew of freelance jobs from one of my longstanding interactive
advertising clients in Chelsea Markets----it's a good place to work--- very
UX-geared with some robust projects you can really sink your teeth into,
cool folks, interesting projects, and awesome location (all the cookies +
brownies you could possibly want are all downstairs, and there's a very open
+ airy store-and-restaurant downstairs too).

21 Oct 2008 - 2:52pm
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ALISON RAND
2008

JOB: Senior level, user-focused web designer, New York, Hot Studio, Contract, 3+ months

*Senior level, user-focused web designer*

Hot Studio is a leading people-centered design firm in Manhattan and San
Francisco.

Our Manhattan office is looking for a highly skilled, senior-level,
freelance web designer with a deep understanding of design systems,
interaction design and content management systems.

- All work will be conducted on site at our office in Manhattan or at our
clients' office.
- Position will report to Creative Director.
- Work requires deep collaboration with the Project Manager, User
Experience practitioners, Design Engineers, and Visual Design team.
*
Res

6 Jun 2008 - 3:34pm
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8 years ago
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Katie Albers
2005

The Concept of patent Discussion

Although I realize this may be too little, too late, since I already
posted info about the issues of patents in general...Let me caution
everyone that while you may believe that discussing patents is not an
issue for you -- There is no way to predict whether it may become an
issue in the future. If it is, no lawyer worth his salt will fail to
dig into your past discussions ...and in that case it's too late for
all of us.

23 Jun 2007 - 1:36pm
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mehera OBrien
2007

JOB: Senior & Mid-Level Experience Designers, NYC, AKQA, Fulltime - Freelancers also welcome

AKQA is looking for mid-level and senior user experience professionals to join us in New York. You’ll collaborate with designers and developers to build rich, interactive experiences across a diversity of digital media. Anything from large-scale websites and content management systems, to microsites, advertising, mobile phone applications or even event kiosks. User experience is your passion: you can predict and describe user behavior, define business requirements with client teams and are equally at ease sketching with designers as negotiating feature sets with tech teams.

22 Nov 2010 - 11:03am
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Richard Carson
2010

Programming classes in NYC?

Can anyone recommend good places for programming classes in NYC?

thanks

RC

1 Feb 2005 - 4:06pm
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Josh Seiden
2003

New interactive museum guide

The Getty has launched a new handheld museum guide,
integrating video, audio, and wireless location-based
programming.

http://u.dailynews.com/Stories/0,1413,211~23523~2684322,00.html

There also seems to be some integration with the
Getty's web site.

www.getty.edu

JS

9 Jan 2005 - 11:49pm
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Elizabeth Bacon
2003

IxDG F2F in LA

Hi all,

Announcing an IxDG F2F in LA! Nova Express, January 25th.

If you're in the Los Angeles area, consider yourself welcome! Let's dissolve
barriers and build networks.

See: <http://tinyurl.com/6vewm> for info, and please RSVP as suggested.

Cheers,
EB

3 Nov 2008 - 7:18pm
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7 years ago
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jet
2008

question for tablet pros -- where do you use it?

Other than, "On the computer".

Where do you use it relative to your keyboard -- which I'm (incorrectly)
assuming is directly in front of you. Do you hold it on your lap? Put
it where your mouse pad would go? Prop it on the keyboard?

I'm just getting around to learning to use an Intous3 6x9 with photoshop
and I have it where I'd normally have my mouse pad (I use the Intous
mouse as my regular mouse much of the time).

But it feels really awkward, as I normally draw with a sketchbook or pad
in my lap or on a drawing table.

24 Aug 2009 - 12:30pm
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6 years ago
1 reply
USID Foundation
2008

USID2009 - Early Bird Registration Open

Greetings from USID Foundations!

*USID2009 -* Early Bird Registration
*DESIGN FOR ALL:* Usability, Accessibility & Creativity

We are happy to announce that the *Early bird registration* for the USID2009
has been opened till 31st August 2009.

We hope you will take this opportunity to register *by 31st August 2009*, to
get the * benefit of* *special registration fee as early bird registration*.

We are also offering special registration fee for Staudents and
Differently-abled professionals.

11 Jul 2008 - 7:02am
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djetsa
2008

Eye Gaze Patterns while Searching vs. Browsing a Website

Those involved in designing image rich websites would find this
interesting: http://psychology.wichita.edu/surl/usabilitynews/91/eyegaze.asp

Sorry if it was already posted here.

R