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12 Apr 2004 - 6:20pm
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Christian Simon
2003

Interaction and buying consumer goods

Funny story about buying for your mom. Online searching can result in many
off-brand examples. I saw a new ginsu-like knife with this attachment to
slice with uniform thickness. It's marketed for its "precision" , but could
easily suit seniors. Oddly the advertisement doesn¹t feature this as a
selling point.

-Xtian

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Christian Simon | www.christiansimon.com | San Francisco Bay Area

12 Apr 2004 - 12:25pm
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Beth Mazur
2003

STC Annual Conference, May 9-12, Baltimore, Maryland

The early registration deadline for STC's annual conference in
Baltimore, Maryland (US) is fast approaching. If you thought
STC was just for tech writers, think again!

12 Apr 2004 - 10:15am
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10 years ago
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Robert Reimann
2003

AIGA Experience Design knowledge sharing survey

Skipped content of type multipart/alternative

12 Apr 2004 - 9:17am
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10 years ago
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Bennett, Louise
2005

PDA UI design plug-in??

Does anyone know of any products or plug-ins (for PhotoShop say) that enable you to design for and view designs as they would appear on a PDA?

Louise Bennett.

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9 Apr 2004 - 12:11pm
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Kim Goodwin
2004

The second edition of Inmates are running the as ylum.

Alan has written an excellent new foreword, but the rest of the book remains
unchanged.

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9 Apr 2004 - 6:04am
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10 years ago
1 reply
Alexey Kopylov
2004

The second edition of Inmates are running the asylum.

Does anybody see the second edition of Cooper's "The inmates are running the
asylum"
(http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0672326140/qid=1081508318/sr=
8-1/ref=sr_8_xs_ap_i1_xgl14/104-7877856-0075954?v=glance&s=books&n=507846)?

Are there any changes in comparison with the first edition (except the
paperback)?

Best wishes

Alexey Kopylov
Principal interaction designer
UIDesign Group
http://uidesign.ru

8 Apr 2004 - 3:14am
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10 years ago
1 reply
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Andrei Herasimchuk
2004

IA Article: Rose by any other name...

The Boxes and Arrow archives seemed to be screwed up, so I'm posting a
response to this article here in the hopes it might in a round about
way get back to B&A.

The article can be found here:
http://www.boxesandarrows.com/archives/
information_architecture_a_rose_by_any_other_name.php

I guess I'm left with two questions after reading this article:

1) If you replaced the word "information architect" and "IA" with
"interface designer" and "UI" would you have the same article?

6 Apr 2004 - 8:42pm
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10 years ago
1 reply
Andrei Herasimchuk
2004

Navigation discussion

Hello everyone.

I would be interested in this groups opinions on this article, if of
course you'd be willing to offer up an opinion:
http://www.designbyfire.com/000075.html

Andrei

6 Apr 2004 - 6:28am
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10 years ago
6 replies
Alex Bainbridge
2003

Portfolios...

Joshua wrote:
>--it's difficult to build a portfolio of interaction design.

Difficult - but not impossible.

A couple of years ago I thought through the same problem (having done all my
work for clients so not able to demonstrate prior work - besides most of it
was team work as has been discussed)

My 'solution' was (and still is) to write general papers that I then publish
on my own website:

http://www.travelucd.com/research/

One of which has been downloaded now over 15,000 times over the last couple
of years.

2 Apr 2004 - 6:20pm
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10 years ago
11 replies
pnason at rcn.com
2004

Guidance for someone interested in your field

Hello!

I am new to the list, and am interested in getting into
Interaction Design. I have a degree in Industrial
Engineering, and my course work included human factors and
human-computer interaction. I have been working as a
Manufacturing Engineer, and am currently a Production Manager,
and I have no real software design experience. I am currently
reading "The Inmates are Running the Asylum" by Alan Cooper,
am am really enjoying it.

As people working in this field, what suggestions might you
have for someone wanting to become an Interaction Designer?

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