Discussion Archive: November 2009

Linda Norlen
2009

[Event] AIGA Seattle presents HIVE 5: Experience Design & Storytelling

Tuesday, November 10, 2009, 7 p.m. at Hornall Anderson Experience Lab,
3rd Ave & Cherry St, Seattle, WA. Chris Monberg, producer/director of
Hornall Anderson Experience Lab and Dawn Clark, principal at NBBJ
Architecture, will discuss the use of narrative in architecture, and
how they create immersive human experiences, of varying scale and
impact, to evoke responses from audiences. HIVE is an ongoing series
that spans information design, interaction design, product design,
and architecture. AIGA Members: $10; Nonmembers: $15. Student
Members: free; Student Nonmembers: $5.

4 Nov 2009 - 1:48pm
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Barb Hernandez
2005

JOB - User Experience Designer at TechSmith (Snagit, Camtasia, Morae)

User Experience Designer
Are you passionate about designing user experiences; know user interface design standards inside and out; know when to break the rules? Are your designs easy, elegant and delightful? Do you believe that people should just be able to use software and not have to learn how to use software? Can you take our products to the next level and want to help us turn user research data into world-class software?

4 Nov 2009 - 1:06pm
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4 years ago
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j.scot
2008

Serena Prototype Composer?

Some guys at work are exploring this... I'm curious if any of you
guys have ever used it?

4 Nov 2009 - 12:01pm
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4 years ago
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limamurilo
2009

Heuristics to touch screen interfaces. There?

Where do I find heuristics for creating touch screen interfaces,
especially mobile?

Thank

Murilo Lima
www.murilolima.com

4 Nov 2009 - 9:53am
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4 years ago
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Mark Schraad
2006

office interface presentation

A while back there was a link posted for a presentation. The director of UX
for microsoft office was showing the various iterations that the UI went
through and it was captured on video. I've lost the bookmark and wondered if
anyone else had it, or remembered where the video is posted.

Much thanks!

Mark

4 Nov 2009 - 8:46am
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Michele Marut
2005

Workshops on interactive prototyping

All,

I'm posting this on behalf of a colelague. He is looking for workshops that
teach interactive prototyping skills.

It looks like there might be a MS blend session at the IXDA conference. Can
anyone confirm that?

Can anyone recommend other conferences that may have such workshops?

Thanks,

@MicheleMarut

3 Nov 2009 - 7:16pm
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Anjali Arora, NYU
2004

Visitor Exit surveys

Hi,

What are good practices to follow for designing Exit Surveys (not in the sense how many questions to ask, but where does the Exit survey appear? I am working on a site aimed at medical professionals (HCP), & the client would like a survey to pop-up when the users leaves certain sections of the website. This would amount to a user seeing a survey pop-up about 6-7 times in a single visit if his path matches the trigger pages. Obviously that sounds like a bad idea. So how have folks on the list addressed the CRM requirements & UX best practices?

3 Nov 2009 - 1:58pm
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karen finckenor
2009

[JOB]: Full-Time Principal UI - New York City - Recuiter

hi IxDA

i have a job listing below

thanks!

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Principal UI

Full-Time - NYC

We are looking for a Principal UI to lead all user interface designs for a
suite of products and services through a staff of UI designers. The
Principal UI oversees the creative development strategy for a suite of
online products.

3 Nov 2009 - 7:51am
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UXconference
2009

UXconference: the last early bird day

Dear all,

i am writing to inform you today is the last day to buy the
UXconference<http://www.uxcon.com/>ticket in Early Bird!

3 Nov 2009 - 5:32am
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4 years ago
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Stuart Nolan
2009

Designing Mystery: Mystery vs Magic - Anticipation vs Wow.

I have read with interest the thread on Exploring the Magic of Design
(http://www.ixda.org/discuss.php?post=46102) and thought I'd start a
related thread on mystery by posting a link to a blog post...

http://digitalweek09.blogspot.com/2009/11/designing-mystery-anticipation.html

I'd be interested in responses to this post from other fields of
interaction design.

I have been running closed workshops on Designing Mystery since 2002
and have only r