Discussion Archive: July 2008

1 Jul 2008 - 12:57pm
Julia Margherita

[Job] Experience Design Manager, San Jose or San Francisco, CA, Adobe Systems, Recruiter, Full time

Adobe Systems is looking for a Design Manager to work within Adobe's Experience Design (XD) team.

This position will manage a design team that is responsible for a variety of software products.

1 Jul 2008 - 12:23pm
8 years ago
8 replies
Kai En Ong

Children and the Web - Question and Survey


I've some experience working with a sub-set of this age group for
online for what might have become something similar to your project.
Feel free to get in touch off list, if that's not too spooky.

Best, Kai

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1 Jul 2008 - 10:47am
8 years ago
6 replies
Darren Ellis

Project brainstorming on the phone

Anyone have good tips for running a brainstorming session over a conference call? I'm working on a project with 1/2 the team located in another state. We're at the beginning of a project and I would like to ensure good participation and idea sharing, but not having the face to face communication seems like it could be a restraint. Setting up meeting communication guidelines would help, and sharing whiteboard photos at the end of the session could ensure ideas were captured correctly (maybe I'm answering my own question here).

1 Jul 2008 - 9:34am
8 years ago
10 replies
Guillermo Ermel

Analyzing usability testing notes

Hello folks!

I'm trying to find a better way to do usability test analysis.

My current approach is: after i finish a usability study, with 8 or 10
users, and collected my own and all observers' notes, I usually read all
notes and then immediately write down the issues I feel area appearing
more often (assuming my brain will remember issues that are repeated in
many notes more than issues than appear only once).

Now, how do YOU approach analyzing those notes? Reading and re-writing
by heart? Putting all notes on a wall and eye-balling?