Discussion Archive: October 2005

27 Oct 2005 - 3:37pm
10 years ago
4 replies

touchtone phone interfaces

I'm looking for guidelines on designing a voice interface with keypad
input (not voice recognition).

27 Oct 2005 - 3:09pm

Job--Contract :: Interaction Designer :: TEAGUE :: Seattle, USA

TITLE:: Interaction Design Contractor


TEAGUE's Product Studio is looking for contract interaction designers,
who will work with our Product Studio team in Seattle for short and
medium-term (2-12 week) projects.

27 Oct 2005 - 2:41pm
Cindy Alvarez

Job posting - User Experience Designer, San Francisco

Hi all -
I'm posting this for someone I've worked with in the past - the founders
are totally committed to the importance of design-driven development, so
this is a great startup opp for someone with strong opinions who wants to
fully own the product user experience.


SF-based Startup Seeks Talented User Experience Designer (Web/consumer)

- Have you wanted to make a bigger impact within a smaller organization?

- Have you been seeking a place where the user experience is treated as a
priority because the company's success depends on it?

- Are you interested in working close

27 Oct 2005 - 12:26pm
shveta aneja

Job: User Expereince Designer, Encentuate Pte Ltd, Singapore

*User Experience Designer*

*Encentuate Pte Ltd., Singapore*

Encentuate is focused on realizing strong digital identities in enterprises.
Our founder previously founded a NASDAQ-listed company and knows what it
takes to get there and beyond. We have a very strong team and are looking
for highly driven people to join us. We start with the best and most
motivated individuals and develop them to their full potential.

www.encentuate.com <http://www.encentuate.com/>

27 Oct 2005 - 7:05am

Blog casting

It is like depositioning the traditional or new media
as we know of it. Finally a medium is beyond
consolidation. See this very thoughtful article on


Comments please.....

Yahoo! Mail - PC Magazine Editors' Choice 2005

26 Oct 2005 - 1:47pm
Dave Malouf

Fwd: ACM DIS 2006: The Conference on Designing Interactive Systems

I thought people here might be interested. I know it is way off in the
future ... but what the heck!

-- dave

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: John M.

26 Oct 2005 - 12:48pm
Beate Fritsch

Job opening: Senior Visual Designer at Laszlo Systems in the S.F. Bay Area

Senior Visual Designer

adroit, creative, dexterous, gifted, imaginative, innovative, resourceful,

If these adjectives describe you and your work then please send us your best
portfolio samples today. Laszlo Studios is seeking to fill a full-time
position with someone of your exact caliber and characteristics. Apply now
to join our energetic and inventive team of designers and engineers in
Laszlo's creative services group.

26 Oct 2005 - 10:11am
Lada Gorlenko

Request: Survey online about Workstlye in Interaction Design

Posted on behalf of Pedro Campos. Please refer all queries about the
survey to Pedro himself (details below).

Dear Interaction Design Professionals,

LabUSE (Laboratory for Usage-Centered Design) of the University of
Madeira, is conducting a study on the working styles of interaction
designers, information architects and software engineers. Our goal is to
characterize transitions in working styles, which is why we ask for your
cooperation in answering the following survey.

25 Oct 2005 - 11:02am
Steve L Eisman

Career Opp-US-MN-UX Architect-UnitedHealth Group

Ingenix is one of the largest health care information and research companies in
the industry. No one competitor offers the same breadth of products and services
as Ingenix. In fact, our competitors strive to copy what we have done. We offer
the most comprehensive set of data, technology and analytic capabilities. The
power of our products and services help customers leverage information assets,
enhance clinical and financial insight, increase the quality of health care
delivery and administration and improve cost management. It is a part of the
UnitedHealth Group organization.

25 Oct 2005 - 5:57am
10 years ago
2 replies
Johan Sjostrand

Usability/Accessibility Checklists


I am doing some research to see if it is possible to write
usability/accessibility checklists split up on all the layers in a web
project: Design (layout, typography, colors), frontend coding(semantics,
standards), backend considerations (web friendly urls etc),
content(writing strategies), etc.

Each and one of the checkpoints for each list will then be split up in
importance, what is recommended, what would require extra time, when in
the project it should be implemented (try to implement userfriendly urls
a week after launch), aswell as references to section 508 and WCAG etc.