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16 Oct 2008 - 1:35pm
Shannon Caddigan

JOB: Interaction Designer/Senior Interaction Designer: SF: Jessie (Recruiter): Full Time

Title: Interaction Designer/Senior Interaction Designer - Mobile-Technology
Location: SF Bay Area - 30 minutes from SF
Compensation: 90's to low 100's DOE + stock

A progressive mobile-technology company is searching for an Interaction
Designer/Senior Interaction Designer to join its creative team and focus
on user interface design and usability.

9 Apr 2008 - 7:29pm
Jim Reed

JOB-Senior Interaction Designer-San Francisco-Traction-Contract 6 months+

Senior Interaction Designer

Traction (www.tractionco.com) is a San Francisco creative agency with
a digital core. We are tenacious problem solvers that provide
compelling interactive and direct marketing solutions that ignite
brands and grow customer relationships. We are currently seeking an
experienced, versatile and creative Interaction Designer to
significantly improve the user experience and front-end design for a
major financial client.

30 Jun 2008 - 4:41pm
Josh Seiden

[JOB] Interaction Designer; NYC, USA; Liquidnet; Contract/Temp-to-perm

Interaction Designer

As an Interaction Designer you will play a key role in helping to design
future applications at Liquidnet. You will join a unique design team to
create the next generation of Liquidnet products and services.

What is an Interaction Designer?

Interaction Designers generate design ideas to meet user goals. They
then turn those ideas into detailed form and behavior specifications
that are used by our technology teams to build and test our

3 Nov 2009 - 5:32am
6 years ago
1 reply
Stuart Nolan

Designing Mystery: Mystery vs Magic - Anticipation vs Wow.

I have read with interest the thread on Exploring the Magic of Design
(http://www.ixda.org/discuss.php?post=46102) and thought I'd start a
related thread on mystery by posting a link to a blog post...


I'd be interested in responses to this post from other fields of
interaction design.

I have been running closed workshops on Designing Mystery since 2002
and have only r

4 Sep 2008 - 5:08am
7 years ago
14 replies

Disability Discrimination Act and AJAX

Hi All,Can anyone shed some light on whether using AJAX makes a website non
compliant with the Disability Discrimination Act? I know there would be
violations using some controls of Ajax and not in others, but is there some
study/information on this somewhere (about which controls are non compliant
etc)? Would appreciate any help on this topic..

Sudhindra V.

29 Feb 2008 - 6:14pm
Chad Jennings

[Job] Senior Designer at Blurb

Senior Designer - Interface & Web
Do you love books and fiend over pixels? Looking to team up with a
tight-knit crew of designers, engineers and product gurus to lead the
design of our website and collaborate to conceptualize and build
brilliant solutions for Web 2.0 applications?
Check out Blurb (www.blurb.com).

Blurb is a company and a community passionate about books – reading,
making, sharing, and selling them. Blurb’s creative publishing service
is simple and smart enough to make anyone a bookmaker.

1 Dec 2009 - 2:19pm
6 years ago
3 replies

Usability & users with mental health issues and disorders

I'm in the definition phase of a site redesign for a mental health
and addiction association and rehab center. Besides following the W3C
standards in accessibility are there any guidelines or best practices
I should consider for users that suffer from more emotionally charged
or cognitive issues than physical limitations. Maybe there are
considerations for colour, layout, presentation of content etc.

27 Sep 2008 - 4:41pm
Karin Kawamoto

JOB: Principal User Experience Architect::TandemSeven::Full Time

TandemSeven is looking for User Experience Architects, Senior (min. 5 years
in consulting) and Principal level (min. 10 years in consulting).

See our website for full job descriptions:

We are a consulting firm who specialize in complex application and web user
interface design, and employ a full UCD methodology on most of our projects.

Contact information is posted on the site.

14 Aug 2009 - 1:20pm
7 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...

28 Feb 2005 - 12:44am
Brett Lider