Discussion Archive: October 2007

8 Oct 2007 - 6:49pm
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Pedro Neves
2007

Anyone knows Public space / architecture IXD best practices, or examples?

The participation in urban design and architecture projects had some
"utopian" developments in the 70's mainly due to computer developments
but since then this practices had been reduced until the latest years
where we can seen again some interest from citizens and technicians in
application of this kind of practices.

In my point of view the IXD have a very important role in these
developments, but I don't know best practices or examples.
Dan Saffer in "designing for interaction" refers very well the
importance of IXD not only for digital screen solutions or
technologica

8 Oct 2007 - 1:10pm
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Rossanne Wankovsky
2007

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8 Oct 2007 - 1:00pm
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Marijke Rijsberman
2004

surfacing scattered bits of information

I'm working on a health-related project in which users will see information
about a set of conditions/diseases. For each condition, different kinds of
information is provided, including preventive information. The preventive
info itself will consist of a set of recommendations, each consisting of a
header and then a paragraph or more of explanatory text. The recommendations
themselves are grouped into different categories (clinically proven,
promising, early diagnosis, etc.).

Now, I want to enable the user to select any one recommendation and add it
to an action tracker elsewhere.

7 Oct 2007 - 4:28pm
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Caroline Jarrett
2007

Any data on best control placement on inclinedtouch screens?

Hi Will

Martin Maguire of Husat, Loughborough, UK published a survey of
interface guidelines for kiosks somewhere around 2000.

7 Oct 2007 - 2:52pm
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Will Parker
2007

Any data on best control placement on inclined touch screens?

Our team has been been given the task of redesigning a set of kiosk
interfaces.

6 Oct 2007 - 6:50pm
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dszuc
2005

True or False: In a perfect world we'd allcreate html clickable wireframes after the static ones have been don

"Don't ever let anyone tell you that there's only one way, or a best way to
design interaction. It's just not true." - James Leftwich

Yes!

Suggest its important to think about the following elements : (feel free to
add to these)

1. Organisational context - education required and maturity of an
organisation i.e. some organisations who have worked with the traditional
agency approach - show as a working, visual prototype (without any wire
frames before hand).

6 Oct 2007 - 4:21pm
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Daniel Ribeiro
2007

HCI and modern art

I'd like to share some words of Manovich and take some impressions. What do
you guys think about that?

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Daniel Ribeiro

"It is time that we treat the people who have articulated fundamental ideas
of human-computer interaction as the major modern artists. Not only did they
invented new ways to represent any data (and thus, by default, all data
which has to do with 'culture', i.e. the human experience in the world and
the symbolic representation of this experience) but they have also radically
redefined our interactions with all of old culture.

6 Oct 2007 - 9:37am
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Gabriel White
2005

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5 Oct 2007 - 6:51pm
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Philippe Piernot
2007

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5 Oct 2007 - 5:31pm
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Aaron Louie
2007

Event: InfoCamp Seattle 2007 - October 13-14

Only one more week until InfoCamp Seattle 2007!

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discussion on information architecture, user experience design,
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