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12 Nov 2003 - 4:57pm
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Dave Malouf
2005

"Dating for IA"

Hey there folks.
This came up from the AIfIA list.
I say about 60% of this overlaps with ID processes.

12 Nov 2003 - 11:42am
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11 years ago
5 replies
Jon-Eric Steinbomer
2003

non-linear progress indicator

Hello All,

I'm currently re-designing an application with the requirement that the
user be informed of their progress within a given process. All of the
individual processes save one are linear. Currently the linear
processes' progress is indicated in a "step x of x" manner (with the
non-linear showing no progress indicator).

Clearly, the stepped scheme will not work for a non-linear process as it
could be 5 steps or 10, depending on which decision path is taken, so
there could be no indication of how many steps fill follow step 1.

12 Nov 2003 - 7:53am
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Olly Wright
2007

Announcing the Hub: Intersections of Interaction Design

Hi all,

For the last few months at the Interaction Design Institute Ivrea,
I've been developing The Hub (http://hub.interaction-ivrea.it ), a
resource and discussion site on interaction design.

We've officially launched today, in conjunction with the Foundations
of Interaction Design Symposium -- and we're discussing the symposium
as it happens on the Hub blog.

12 Nov 2003 - 7:38am
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Dave Malouf
2005

ANNOUNCEMENT: FW: Live Video Stream -- Foundations of Interaction Design.

-----Original Message-----
From: Ken Friedman [mailto:ken.friedman at bi.no]
Sent: Wednesday, November 12, 2003 5:10 PM
Subject: Live Video Stream -- Foundations of Interaction Design.

Dear Colleagues,

The Interaction design Institute at Ivrea is hosting an important event
today and tomorrow.

12 Nov 2003 - 2:44am
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11 years ago
8 replies
Jonas Löwgren
2003

Survey result interpretation

39% in favor of creating a new org, 61% not in favor of creating a new
org. That is not exactly conclusive, is it? Or am I missing something?

My (quick) reading of the free-form comments suggests more than anything
else that the list participants who chose to elaborate on their answer
do not form a homogeneous group or a unified opinion. There is huge
variability in assessments of existing organizations, in the value of
practical tips vs.

12 Nov 2003 - 2:05am
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11 years ago
16 replies
tim[othy] martens
2003

task flow pattern question

Hi,

I'm building a simple one page (three fieldset: trip info, personal
info, payment info) online reservation form and need to create a
functional spec of the task flow. My question is about the consensus
concerning this or similar patterns.

11 Nov 2003 - 12:51pm
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11 years ago
1 reply
Challis Hodge
2003

Survey Results: New or Existing?

Hi Folks:

You can find the results from the latest survey here:

http://www.surveymonkey.com/Report.asp?U=30934559455

Thanks to everyone who took the time to participate.

-challis

10 Nov 2003 - 11:28am
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Challis Hodge
2003

Survey

I'll be closing the survey later today. Get your vote in if you haven't
already. We want to hear from everyone. Survey is here:

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=54174309345

Thanks!!

-challis

9 Nov 2003 - 5:10pm
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GK VanPatter
2003

Contract JOB in Pittsburgh

Just passing this along from the Scient neighborhood list.
Please send replies to the address below NOT TO US!

Posted November 9, 20003
Fwd: Lead FET/UI Architect for a contract in Pittsburgh

Rajesh Kandaswamy <rajeshkan at yahoo.com...>
wrote:

We are looking for someone who can come in and lead
the design of screens, the navigation structures and
the information architecture of the system. The
contract will be for 6-8 weeks.

7 Nov 2003 - 5:56pm
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11 years ago
7 replies
Andy Watson
2004

OO Interface Design (on behalf of Andy Watson)

My apologies if I mess this up. Its rather difficult for me to use email
to access discussion forums.

I'm a bit of an object purist, so I'm interested in learning all about
UI from this point of view.

I used to like working with the OS/2 workplace shell, and also with stuff
such as OpenDoc and SOM (system object model).

I also used to like working with Word Perfect 5 back in the old DOS days
(for those that don't know it. It was a word processor that when fired
up, presented the user with a plain blue screen with no menus or any other
visible clutter.

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