Discussion Archive: May 2006

31 May 2006 - 9:18pm
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Janna Cameron
2004

FW: [international-usability] Opportunity -- Interaction DesignSummer School -- 10 June 2006

Hey all,

I remember that previous sessions of this school were discussed on this
list. I don't think I've seen an announcement this year.

31 May 2006 - 4:41pm
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8 years ago
3 replies
steveg72
2006

UI Design Awards

Hello,

Does anyone know of any association/organization that gives awards
for excellent UI designs?
The particular product categories that I'm interested in are
commercial/industrial products and medical informatics.

Thanks,

Steve

31 May 2006 - 3:32pm
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Beau Gould
2006

[JOB] Sr. Interaction Designer, Mountain View, CA | 80-100k

Sr. Interaction Designer, Mountain View, CA | 80-100k

Local candidates are preferred, but relocation will be provided for the
right candidate.

My Mountain View, CA client is developing innovative solutions for
enterprise security and compliance management.

31 May 2006 - 3:12pm
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Beth Carey
2006

[Job] Information Architect / UI Design - Soho, NYC

Title
Information Architect / UI Designer

Type
On-site, salaried, staff position with medical, dental and 401K
benefits after a short contract trial period. Competitive salary
based on experience. Casual but hard working environment and nice,
smart people.

31 May 2006 - 1:33pm
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Todd Warfel
2003

Reminder - Rosenfeld/Krug Happy Hour in Philly June 1st

[standard apologies for cross-posting]

Just a reminder that tomorrow night is the Rosenfeld/Krug Happy Hour
in Philly at the Eulogy bar in historic Olde City just a couple of
blocks from the National Constitution building. It's open to anyone
regardless of whether or not you're attending the seminars, but
please RSVP to todd at messagefirst.com as we're reserving the upper
room.

31 May 2006 - 1:19am
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8 years ago
3 replies
מיכל הכה
2006

locating tabs at the bottom of an application window

Hi all,

I'm in the process of designing an intranet portal that allows access to 8 content sections.

Each section has its own layout, once the users logged into the portal they should be able to shift between sections without having to leave or close whatever they were doing in another section.

In order to allow this functionality I decided to use tabs for each new task and locate them at the bottom of the window (much like minimized applications in the windows taskbar).

Is there a reason not to do so?

30 May 2006 - 10:47pm
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Beau Gould
2006

[JOB] UI Designers (2), San Francisco, CA

UI Designers (2), San Francisco, CA

My San Francisco (Peninsula) client is looking for 2 UI Designers. 1
junior-to-mid-level (50-70k) and 1 senior level (80-100k).

They are the leading community directory for parents, homeowners and
anyone new to a city. They tap into the knowledge of your neighborhood
by allowing people to recommend and share their experiences about great
local businesses. The site has close to 1 million customer reviews for
businesses across the country and over 2 million visitors per month.

30 May 2006 - 7:16pm
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Beau Gould
2006

[JOB] Chief UX Consultant, NJ | 140-160k Base | Paid Relo

Chief UX Consultant, NJ | 140-160k Base | Paid Relo

Role:

The Chief Consultant in User Experience should be highly experienced in
all areas of the Sr. Consultant, User Experience role. You will also be
expected to provide both client and project team leadership as a
champion of the user perspective, from business development, through
vision, strategy, and project execution.

30 May 2006 - 3:08pm
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8 years ago
4 replies
Cynthia Toryu
2005

PC to Mac port

Hello,

We are planning to port our PC-based application to the Mac. The target audience includes SOHO (Small Office/Home Office) users as well as corporate Mac users.

If you’re a Mac user, I’d appreciate hearing rants and raves about software you’ve used that was originally written for the PC. What worked well? What drove you crazy?

Thanks,
Cynthia

30 May 2006 - 2:05pm
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8 years ago
2 replies
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Andreas Bleiker
2006

Accessibility Guidelines for Windows Software GUI

Hello everybody
I am currently working out a GUI concept for a windows software that should (among a 1000 other things) also be accessible in the sense that one should control the interface entirely by keyboard.
Though I know a variety of tools and standards to check and implement good accessibility on the web, I never came across any guidelines or recommendations on how to make a software accessible.
Can anyone name me some (non-technical) sources?

Thanks,
Andreas

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