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30 Nov 2010 - 1:03pm
4 years ago
3 replies

LifeRay Enterprise Portal UX Flexibility?

Anyone have any experience working with LifeRay for an enterprise portal solution--particularly interested in the UX impact point of view? I've been tasked with devising an enterprise portal solution for a media company and need to assess the pros/cons of going with an out-of-the-box versus custom solution.

Other recommendations for Portal designs always welcome. 



17 Jan 2006 - 9:35am
9 years ago
1 reply
bryan.haggerty ...

Pagination: allowing the user to decide number of records shown

Does anyone have any good examples of user interfaces for pagination which
allow the user to decide how many records are shown per page? I'm thinking
outside just the simple drop down list, granted that may end up being the
most ideal solution but am curious if there are others out there.

Bryan Haggerty

30 Jun 2009 - 9:14am
5 years ago
8 replies
Erin Lynn Young

Interviewing sales teams and customer call centers for project research

In planning a new website for a client, I'll get the chance to
observe their call centers and sales process in addition to
interviewing the company's representatives.

I am developing lists of questions to use when interviewing these
teams, and I thought I'd ask for your input.

I can't get too specific about the client, so at a high level, what
topics would you try to cover when interviewing the following teams?

1) Inbound sales call center
2) Customer support call center
3) Face-to-face sales representatives
4) Sales manager
5) Customer support manager

22 Mar 2009 - 9:50pm
Melvin Jay Kumar

JOB POSTING : Looking for Senior User Experience professionals based in Singapore

Hello All,

Apologies for the cross posting.

Hi, I am looking for senior user experience professionals based in Singapore :

You should have an education in any of the user experience fields such as :

a) Information Architecture,
b) Human Factors,
c) HCI,
d) Interaction Design
e) related others....

You should also have experience and knowledge in any or all of the following :

a) Usability and user-centered design techniques for gathering user
needs, identifying usability problems, and collecting feedback
inclusive of accessibility.

b) Principles and best practices for designing user int

16 Jul 2008 - 5:12pm
Agata Kijanka

Job: UX/Visual Designer with Project Management Skills, Redmond WA, Recruiter


Wake up! Your next design position in mobile is calling...

JOB TITLE: UX/Visual Designer with Project Management Skills

Location: On-site in Redmond, WA


Full-time Contract

Our client, a software giant, is looking for an exceptional UX designer
with a real flair for vibrant visual skills to help design a major
consumer facing product. Experience with design of small devices is a
must. Experience designing for phones, specifically is an added plus.

17 Jan 2008 - 3:44pm
Joy Zigo

NYC-UPA: 1/23 Global Research Case Study -- Nokia Nseries Website

NYC Usability Professionals Association presents:

*Global Research Case Study -- Nokia Nseries Website Development *

Best practices often recommend that global companies create localized
country sites to reflect local language and cultural differences.

27 Apr 2009 - 12:58pm
5 years ago
2 replies
Jeff Gothelf

Recommendation needed: usability recruitment firms in LONDON

Hey folks -

Can anyone recommend any usability participant recruitment firms in London?

Thanks a lot in advance.


18 Sep 2007 - 5:22pm
7 years ago
6 replies
Marcus I

Your Leading Design Consultancies and Design Rich Companies?

What are your top five user experience design consultancies / design rich companies? Not necessarily in any order and from an ID background perspective: 1. frog design 2. Apple 3. IDEO 4. Fitch 5. Yahoo! Enjoy,Marcus Imarcus-i-design AT hotmail

21 Nov 2010 - 6:11pm
4 years ago
3 replies
Lia Fetterhoff

Tips on selecting icons for web applications?

Hi there,

I'm looking for any resources or tips on selecting good icons for functions unique to a certain web application. I personally don't design icons myself, and think I could be successful using those already out there for purchase.

If anyone could give insight on a couple of things, that'd be great, too:

1) Should icons on a toolbar always be labeled, or will a user be able to learn them after using the application regularly?

14 Aug 2009 - 12:20pm
5 years ago
3 replies
Audrey Crane

Examples of pre-login \"soft personalization\"?

I'm looking for examples of personalization that happens when a user
has not yet logged in, either via cookies, geo location by IP
address, or flash cookies ("local shared objects").

Examples I have so far are:
- Amazon's home page, if you've ever logged in before
- Google local results in standard search result page
- ads everywhere

Any other ways to personalize w/o requiring login technically?
Any other names for this? Profiling?
Any other favorite examples?

Thanks in advance...