Discussion Archive: November 2012

17 Nov 2012 - 11:08am
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Cwodtke
2004

Boxes and Arrows: Live or Die?

Let's be honest; Boxes and Arrows hasn't been well for awahile. It was time to do something. 

14 Nov 2012 - 7:29pm
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mlnorthrop
2012

How much design research do you really do?

Does your workplace walk the user-centred design talk?

 I am investigating the gap between the user research that digital designers and product owners would like to do versus what actually gets done on a typical design project.

8 Nov 2012 - 7:50pm
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IxDconf
2012

Program scheduling

Interaction13 takes place over 4 days. All workshops are being held on January 27 and you can choose from full day or half day sessions. The conference days from January 28-31 includes keynotes, 45 min presentations, 10 min talks and - new this year - a Pecha Kucha session, Idea Markets and Posters.

Look for full program scheduling later in November. Bookmark the Interaction13 program page for content and stay connected by following @ixdconf for updates!

Lynn Pausic
2007

Integrating UX & Agile - 1 day course Nov 30th

Hi All -

Expero will be offering our 1 day course on user experience and agile with a discount for IXDA members: 

Integrating UX & Agile - Nov 30th, Austin, Texas

6 Nov 2012 - 12:28pm
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Greg Petroff
2004

Visualizing.org 2012 Design Marathon

Hey IxDA community, Check out this event starting this Friday. It is a great opportunity to particcipate in a global design challenge on data vinualization.

http://www.visualizing.org/marathon2012

2 Nov 2012 - 4:34pm
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Dave Malouf
2005

Why you should sponsor Interaction 13 (#ixd13)

Is your company recruiting designers? Will they be in 2013?

Did you know that the best way to get on the radar screen of the best potential recruits is to have a booth at Interaction 13?

2 Nov 2012 - 9:29am
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davidramos
2010

Is a site accessible if it requires JavaScript?

 

The Target.com website blocks users who don't have JavaScript enabled. If you turn JavaScript off and visit the Target site, you'll see a modal dialog warning you that "Target.com requires javascript to be enabled." If JavaScript is off, you can't dismiss the dialog box.

It would never have occurred to me to design a site that way, and I've never considered the accessibility implications of such a sweeping move. Is this kind of a website accessible?