Discussion Archive: July 2008

25 Jul 2008 - 1:03pm
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6 years ago
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MJ Broadbent
2010

NYC thanks Luke Williams, Icon Nicholson, and all event attendees

NYC IxDA sends out kudos to Luke Williams of frog design, who gave a
superb presentation last night to a standing-room-only, overflow crowd
of 75 attendees. Our deep appreciation also goes to event host, Icon
Nicholson. The group was enthralled by Luke's thought-provoking
discussion on how humans interact with shapes and objects at a
fundamental, cognitive level.

25 Jul 2008 - 2:59am
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sudhindra
2004

[Event] Reminder : DCamp Bangalore 2.0

Hi all,
Reminder for the DCamp Bangalore 2.0 on 26th July 2008 starting at 10 am at
Aditi Technologies - http://upabangalore.org/.

On Fri, Jul 4, 2008 at 6:14 PM, R Muthukumar <muthuonline at gmail.com> wrote:

> UPA Bangalore <http://www.upabangalore.org> presents *DCamp Bangalore
> 2.0*,
> the second edition of the wildly popular DCamp design unconference series.
>

24 Jul 2008 - 8:32pm
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Scott Berkun
2008

Implementing I/A and web strategy when you don'thave control of the content

Hi Todd:

I've seen many projects like this one, and there are some good patterns I
bet I and others can share.

But first: the big thing you didn't include is what the goals are. You've
mentioned a series of constraints, but not the goals. A redesign can mean 50
different things. As long as everyone understands that making big
improvements will be more difficult with the constraints you've mentioned,
then you can still be set up to succeed. But if everyone is expecting the
world, and they don't recognize how challenging the landscape is, you are
set up to fail.

24 Jul 2008 - 5:55pm
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6 years ago
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Todd Moy
2007

Implementing I/A and web strategy when you don't have control of the content

Hi - I'm working on two similar projects, which are site redesigns of
entire web presences. The common factor between both is that we have
varying ability to alter or change most of the content--or the I/A it
supports. For example, consider redesigning NY Times, but only being
able to affect the main page and some personalization features...but
not the layout, I/A, or presentation of any section like Health,
Finance, etc. Much of this is political, some of it is technical. Some
of the content _is_ unique enough to look and operate differently. But
my question is this...

24 Jul 2008 - 3:48pm
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Veena
2008

Job - Senior Information Architect - SFO, CA - Recruiter

Senior Information Architect
San Francisco, CA

Senior Information Architect for 3 month project, some visual design skills,
agency exp A+.
Downtown San Francisco, some remote work ok.
Please send resume and work samples to gabriel at bestica.com or call Gabriel
Reynaga at 210.587.7247

24 Jul 2008 - 3:35pm
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Veena
2008

Job - Senior Interaction Designer - Mobile - Full Time - San Francisco, CA - Recruiter

Senior Interaction Designer - Mobile

San Francisco, CA

Passionate about designing compelling experiences for the mobile lifestyle?

Want to work for top-tier clients in a fun, small agency in the heart of

downtown San Francisco?

We are looking for a Senior Interaction Designer to join our clients

Interaction Design team on a full-time basis. You should have a strong

understanding of the user-centered design process and be comfortable working

independently as well as alongside other designers.

24 Jul 2008 - 2:55pm
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seele@obso1337.org
2005

OSS Design Tools

Since this topic comes up every once in a while, here are two browser-based
applications I recently found. Both are free and open (as in beer and in
speech).

Rapid Rabbit
http://rapidrabb.it/en/wiki
Rapid prototyping tool which allows you to create links between pages. Good
for high level planning and screenflows.

Pencil
http://www.evolus.vn/Pencil/Home.html
UI mockup tool with stencils for Windows XP, Vista, and GNOME/gtk
applications.

--
Celeste 'seele' Paul
www.obso1337.org

24 Jul 2008 - 2:24pm
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ldebett
2004

Apologies for not bccing !! [Event] Boston IxDA invites you to Designers Anonymous, 7-9pm August 14th, Boston.

Better yet, I propose everyone *come* to the event and Boston IxDA buys a
round on the house. I'll bring drink tickets. :-)

~Lisa

On Thu, Jul 24, 2008 at 2:25 PM, Boston IxDA <boston.ixda at gmail.com> wrote:

> Ever have one of those days? Sincerest apologies for not bccing you on our
> latest announcement. I'm hanging my head in shame.

24 Jul 2008 - 1:21pm
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Boston IxDA
2008

[Event] Boston IxDA invites you to Designers Anonymous, 7-9pm August 14th, Boston.

The IxDA Boston crew is rather excited to announce our August event,
Boston's Designers Anonymous! a support group for those with user centered
issues.

After some great 'big picture' presentations at our nanoConference, lets
make it more personal and take some time to share what makes each of us
passionate about design.

24 Jul 2008 - 1:14pm
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Jackie O\'Hare
2008

(Job) Staff User Experience Lead/ IA - NYC - Recruiter

My client, a premier interactive strategy, design, and development
agency with major Fortune 500 clients is looking for an Experience Lead
to direct the research, usability, and interaction design of their
projects. The ideal person is a user experience professional devoted to
creating innovative, clever solutions on interactive projects. Someone
who thinks strategically and creatively, who can focus on all project
phases from initial research through launch.