writing

26 Oct 2010 - 6:20pm
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3 years ago
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DerrekRobertson
2010

Ethical? Job Posting on IxDA

// update 1:04 AM WED OCT 27 2010

Thank you to everyone who answered today. Seriously, I really appreciate your mentorship.

Good to hear from Elizabeth Bacon, whose Portland IxDA chapter events I've attended. Thank you also for your simpathy Yvonnia. CWS, Monkeyshine, Christian, Eduardo all raise good points, so here's some clarification in response :

12 Sep 2009 - 3:47pm
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4 years ago
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nickd
2009

[plug] In-progress book about interaction design on Kickstarter

Hey all. I'm an interaction designer from Chicago, and I'm in the
process of writing a book about our craft called "Cadence & Slang,"
which should be out late 2010.

18 Jun 2008 - 9:22am
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5 years ago
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Ami Rotter
2007

Copywriting?

Hi,

From time to time I find myself struggling with writing very short
describing text labels and titles for our web application's UI.

Writing text labels and titles for the UI is much like writing road
signs, people go by them in very high speeds and you have a limited
amount of space.

I wanted to ask, how many of you work in companies who hire full time
copywriters? Part time?

Do you have a special UI copywriter adviser outsourced?

Or do you manage by yourselves and just advise anyone around you?

Thanks,

Amihay.

16 Jan 2008 - 10:24am
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6 years ago
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Dave Malouf
2005

Book proposals to look at

Hi Gang,

I know there are quite a few writers here.
Any chance one of you might be able to send me a book proposal you
wrote, to help me with one that I'm putting together in the next month
or so.

27 Apr 2004 - 5:37pm
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9 years ago
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Cindy Alvarez
2004

Written aspects of interaction design

Andrei writes:
bloggers/designers themselves doing not only their
> own visual work, but the IA work *and* the coding behind their blogs.
> (I'm still catching up myself in this whole blog thing, having only
> gotten started in late December of 2003.) For these designers to learn
> the interaction piece as it applies to more robust applications is not
> a far stretch, imho. Once they do, they'll have the skills in visual,
> IA, interaction and base level coding.

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