Discussion Archive: October 2006

13 Oct 2006 - 1:07pm
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Josh Seiden
2003

JOB: mulitple openings in Design Group, NYC, USA, Liquidnet, FT CORRECTED URLs

Hello All,

Liquidnet has just announced two open reqs for FT staff in our Design Group.
The Design Group is a well-positioned strategic group within the
organization.

13 Oct 2006 - 12:27pm
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Lisa Kruger
2006

JOB: UX Architect, Downtown Chicago, Recruiter, Full Time

Hi There,

Please post the following to the group.

Many thanks!

Lisa Kruger
Origin Search

Jr. or Intermediate UX Architect
Origin Search Downtown Chicago, Illinois
Full-time, permanent
Job description Our client is a Marketing and Design firm specializing in branding, usability, and information architecture.

I'm very pleased to invite new candidates to apply to the following posting thanks to our client's new business and growth. This is a new posting to add to a growing UX team.

13 Oct 2006 - 12:12pm
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Juan Lanus
2005

Users' mental models

Hi Shalini, all,

Yes, this subject is of paramount importance. Given that you are to
provide a web site fopr to do something on it, noy just for the user
to like it or not, but to act on it.
A web site or any other human-computer interaction with a device that
can be perceived by the user as stubborn as a computer can be.
This is due to a lack of mental model coupling.

On the other hand, sometimes we meet another person and soon we find
out that there is good communication, that without saying nothing
there are implicit agreements and coincidences.

13 Oct 2006 - 11:29am
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Selkirk, Zane
2006

Job: User Experience Researcher at eBay/Shopping.com

eBay Inc. / Shopping.com is seeking a User Experience Researcher to help
our team reinvent its product development process.

Join a team consisting of Product Managers and Designers to flesh out
and execute on a process roadmap covering everything from persona
definition and needs analysis, all the way through iterating on specific
designs with usability and adoption testing.

12 Oct 2006 - 5:54pm
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dani malik
2005

SF Bay Area Design Cocktail Hour(s), 6:30pm October 18 **** CHANGE OF VENUE *****

***** CHANGE OF VENUE *******

We've been usurped by a Speed Dating group at Catalyst. We will be
meeting at Hotel Utah instead, at 6:30. Revised info below.

> Join us for the first installment of a brand new monthly design get-
> together. Geek out with your fellow designers and toss a few back.
> This month we'll be meeting at Catalyst in SoMA, on Harriet at Bryant
> (between 6th and 7th).

12 Oct 2006 - 5:14pm
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Scott Weiss
2005

Training: User Experience Benchmarking, SF Bay Area, 7 Nov 06

User Experience Benchmarking is an effective, efficient way to
quantitatively compare the usability of different products, be they
different versions of the same UI or from competitors. Usable Products
Company (http://usableproducts.com) has produced benchmarks on web sites,
desktop software, and mobile telephones. This one-day training is based on
three years of hands-on experience designing, conducting, analyzing, and
reporting findings from benchmark usability studies.

12 Oct 2006 - 2:56pm
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Josh Seiden
2003

JOB: Designer Communicator, NYC, USA, Liquidnet, FT

Hello All,

Liquidnet has just announced two open reqs for FT staff in our Design Group.
The Design Group is a well-positioned strategic group within the
organization.

12 Oct 2006 - 2:56pm
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Josh Seiden
2003

JOB: Interaction Designer, NYC, USA, Liquidnet, FT

Hello All,

Liquidnet has just announced two open reqs for FT staff in our Design Group.
The Design Group is a well-positioned strategic group within the
organization.

12 Oct 2006 - 2:28pm
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Zhonghai Li
2006

Product usability research with cogntive-impaired people

I wonder whether there are people on this list have experience in
conducting information gathering and/or usability evaluation on products
designed for people with cognitive impairment, such as people with
dementia. One challenge here is that some traditional usability methods
can not applied to this population appropriately, for example, cognitive
walkthrough, interview, survey, focus group etc., although this depends
on different development stages of the disease, and the caregiver can
used as a substitute.

12 Oct 2006 - 12:04pm
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mariaromera
2005

eek, non-edited reply!

Oh user error! Million apologies for the non-clipped response I just sent. :(

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