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2 Dec 2003 - 1:31pm
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Stacy Surla
2003

US Department of Labor Occupational Outlook

In the "Designers" category - which I think describes the process pretty
well - I think IxD is Industrial Design much more than it is Graphic Design.
Or, alternately, over in the "Computer Software Engineers" category
http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos267.htm, it would fit under Computer Applications
Software Engineers.

1 Dec 2003 - 5:44pm
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10 years ago
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Bob Baxley
2004

S. Jobs on Design

To follow up on Hal's earlier post, I thought this quote particularly
relevant to the discussions here:

"Most people make the mistake of thinking design is what it looks like.
People think it's this veneer -- that the designers are handed this box
and told, 'Make it look good!' That's not what we think design is. It's
not just what it looks like and feels like.

1 Dec 2003 - 5:25pm
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Dave Malouf
2005

ADMIN: ignore this

sorry ... testing the system
-- dave
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1 Dec 2003 - 1:45pm
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Josh Seiden
2003

Contract opening, NYC

FYI. This is an immediate opening (this week!) to work
with some colleagues of mine. The project runs into
Jan, or perhaps Feb.

They need an Interaction Designer to take their field
research (a nice job of contextual inquiry) and move
forward to detailed wireframes. The product (service?
system?)is a portion of a process-oriented web site for
a pharma client.

JS
-----Original Message-----

Carbon is seeking an Interaction Designer to join
Carbon's UI Team on a project for a large client.

1 Dec 2003 - 11:10am
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10 years ago
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Challis Hodge
2003
1 Dec 2003 - 9:32am
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Hal Shubin
2003

New York Times Annual Design Issue

To: various lists and friends (sorry if you get this twice)

Yesterday's New York Times Magazine was the Annual Design Issue. See it
online, or at your public library. http://www.nytimes.com/pages/magazine/
(Requires free registration, link is probably only good until next Sunday's
magazine comes out.)

While it wasn't about UI design or the Web, I enjoyed reading it more than
most design magazines I read.

29 Nov 2003 - 8:28am
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Chris Peters
2003

Internationalization Issues at Interaction Designers

As some of you may know, some of our international list participants
have been working together on the i18n list. Until recently the work has
mainly consisted of translating the pages of the web site. In the
future, as Interaction Designer moves into the international arena, the
role of this group will become prominent. Below is the working draft for
the goals of this group and a list of planned short term achievements.

28 Nov 2003 - 8:55am
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Dave Malouf
2005

ADMIN: Yahoo, Hotmail and other webmail users

I have noticed a trend especially of Yahoo e-mail address users that many
people are ending up with bounce-backs to the system and then your
subscriptions being disabled and eventually removed. I have re-enabled all
previously "banned" addresses due to bounce-backs so they can hopefully
receive this message. And I have increased the bounce-back tolerance levels
for the list.

I suggest one of the following course of actions:
1. use a different account entirely
2. check your accounts more often and remove uneeded e-mail.
3.

27 Nov 2003 - 2:39pm
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CD Evans
2004

Managing Change (Was: Iterative Change Management / Patriarchs of the Design Family)

Some very interesting contributions / reactions in this thread.

Just so that some people don't misunderstand my original intent, I
must admit that I'm a fan of the car as personal item. I just think
that the application of it has drastic implications, especially in
population intensive areas.

I think Peter's comment below on the ACM Statement of Ethics and to
encourage a similar prospect in our field as well is a good one.

26 Nov 2003 - 9:53am
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10 years ago
1 reply
Marike Maring
2003

Managing Change (Was: Iterative Change Manageme nt/ Patriarchs of the Design Family)

Just a note about designing better solutions for certain transportation
problems: The development (and amount of lobbying needed to get states to
allow this vehicle on the sidewalk) of the Segway seems an interesting
example.

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