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22 Feb 2008 - 3:22pm
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Yann Allin
2008

Fields order in a job form

Hi everybody,

I'm wondering how to order fields in a job search form.

My first guess was to place the fields in the following order:

1- Keywords
2- Job
3- Area
4- Experience
5- Type of Contract

According to my client, the right way is to put the keywords field at the
end!

On the other hand, it seems to me that user prefers to search by keywords,
rather than from a job drop-down list.

24 Jun 2009 - 8:51am
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5 years ago
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HACornett
2009

UML and Developers

*Note - I am new to this forum. If you feel this topic is not appropriate
to post, just let me know. *

We have been tasked with documenting the requirements for our current legacy
software system, in sufficient detail that a vendor (preferably several
vendors) will be able to give reasonably accurate bids in response to our
Request for Proposals. The better job we do, the more and better (i.e.
lower) bids we will receive.

I'm mostly concerned with the functional requirements.

21 May 2007 - 8:01am
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Kyle Pero
2005

NH UX Gathering! - Tuesday, June 19, 2007, 6:30 PM

**Apologies to those that have received this announcement more than once**

Come out and join other UX professionals in the Seacoast NH, Southern NH,
and Southern ME regions for drinks and networking!

This will be an excellent opportunity to meet fellow usability
professionals, information architects, interaction designers, and other
professionals that fall under the User Experience umbrella to share
experiences and learn about job openings in the area.

This is the first of many networking events we expect to have in this area.
Our goal is to foster the growth of the local UX community and,

26 Sep 2004 - 12:37pm
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dmitryn
2004

Massive Change exhibit

The exhibit opens October 2. I plan to go and would be happy to share
my impressions with the list.

6 Jan 2008 - 7:53pm
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Jarod Tang
2007

Mozilla Weave, the browser stepping to onlnie service it's self

Hi guys:
http://labs.mozilla.com/2007/12/introducing-weave/;
no double, the weave is some interesting step to lead the firefox going
futhur, and it's also interesting, it mentions "enhancing user experience"
and adopt persona/senario style use case.
Quite interesting to see how it'll go.

Cheers
-- Jarod

--
IxD for better life style.

http://jarodtang.blogspot.com

10 Aug 2007 - 5:02am
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7 years ago
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Suresh JV
2004

First IXDA Bangalore F2F - 11 Aug 07, 3pm.

So the first Banglaore IXDA F2F meeting will be happening at Koshy's on...

- Saturday, 11th Aug 2007 - afternoon 3 pm

Thanks to Sudhindra for starting this thread and Navneet for starting the
collaborative spreadsheet.
Here is the Gmap for those who need it.

Koshy's<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msa=0&msid=114607115585851162042.0000011210d28e72ee1e2&ll=12.977669,77.601414&spn=0.009179,0.014591&am

11 May 2009 - 6:38pm
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5 years ago
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jet
2008

game design, ixd, and making people cry

Nice write-up of Brenda Brathwaite's return to non-electronic game design:

<http://www.escapistmagazine.com/articles/view/conferences/tgc_2009/6021-TGC-2009-How-a-Board-Game-Can-Make-You-Cry>

One of many things it has me thinking about is how (if?) I can create
emotional responses using only physical objects that carry emotional weight.

--
J.

11 Jan 2013 - 9:59am
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paul turner
2007

Wiki - "How-To Instructions" category in secondary navigation

Hi all,
I am reviewing a Wiki that has a grand set of information topics that fall into at least three categories: conceptual, procedural, and reference. The Wiki's secondary navigation is a vertical pane that includes the link text "How-To-Instructions".

If you click "How-To Instructions," you reach "How-To (noun phrase)" topics.
Visitors probably start their info quest by using the Wiki's search box or browsing by noun phrases in the primary menus to find procedural (how-to) information. I haven't examined web analytics yet.

8 Feb 2009 - 12:24pm
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6 years ago
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Elroy Terzol
2009

Dashboard Applications

Hello All,

I’m looking for Dashboard applications guidelines or research on this
subject. Any ideas on where should I start.

Thanks,

Elroy

3 Dec 2007 - 12:29pm
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7 years ago
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russwilson
2005

Fixing bugs is not fixing design!

Excerpted from a post on my blog:
http://www.dexodesign.com/2007/11/fixing-bugs-is-not-equivalent-to-fixing.html

Would love feedback fromn IxDA'ers...

[snip]

At Dux2007 <http://www.dux2007.com/> in Chicago, I attended a workshop where
I asked the group why we don't design software like we do hardware? Why
don't we spend more time in prototypes, mockups, etc. One of the attendees,
a software designer...