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21 Jul 2014 - 1:58pm
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Louis Rosenfeld
2007

new book: Design for Kids by Deb Gelman

Hi all; just a note that we've just published a new title—Deb Gelman's Design for Kids: Digital Products for Playing and Learning. Here's the back jacket blurb:
16 Sep 2014 - 9:17am
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Erik Dahl
2008

Midwest UX Regional Conference, October 23-25, 2014

Hi all,

On October 23-25, 2014 we will be holding the 4th annual Midwest UX regional conference in Indianapolis, IN. There are still some tickets available, but they are moving quickly.

12 May 2010 - 2:53pm
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4 years ago
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iOddJobBob
2010

Position of Login/Register button

We are currently doing a study for a site and are debating where the login/register link should be on the site. Where do users generally perceive it to be? Are there any case studies on this topic? thanks in advance!

18 Sep 2014 - 10:57pm
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Kenny
2008

The Best User Experience Design Links Every Week

Hi all,

As a UX Designer, I’m constantly reading UX articles, playing with new tools, watching videos, and looking at amazing portfolios – I wanted an outlet to share other than social networks. Lately, I’ve been inspired by other curated daily and weekly emails and wanted to create one dedicated to user experience design. If you're interested, please sign up:

UX Design Weekly

Also, if you have a great portfolio, article or resource to share for future issues, please let me know.

Thanks,

Kenny

15 Aug 2014 - 9:35am
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morville
2010

Intertwingled

Jeffrey Zeldman says Intertwingled is about information architecture:

"In the information age, we are all information architects, says Morville in this fresh and fascinating take on the discipline he played a huge part in creating. Drawing on nature, culture, history, and science, plus decades of deep personal experience helping major clients, Morville finds new and profound meaning in the business of helping users to find their way."

Brenda Laurel says Intertwingled is about interaction design:

4 Aug 2014 - 12:26pm
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uxmovement
2010

UX T-Shirt

Made this awesome t-shirt that says "I <3 UX" on it. I've seen a lot of other ones out there, but I think this one is the best designed. The heart is beautifully shaped and the letters are light and elegant. This shirt will not be available ever again after the campaign ends.

Buy your shirt:

I Love UX T-Shirt

4 Aug 2014 - 3:16pm
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shoobe01
2007

Sketch Phone - Sketching for mobile, on paper, in context

For years I have been sketching mobile interfaces at scale. Drawing on templates or just scribbing screen-sized boxes onto my notepads before I pick up the pencil. And I liked to check them in context; in the hand, walking around, etc.
15 Jul 2014 - 10:21am
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4 weeks ago
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Marc-Oliver
2010

New Interactive Widget Library out for AXURE Users – based on Google's Design Language 'MATERIAL'

I am happy to share with you another awesome widget library for Axure lovers. The MATERIAL UI KIT is a new interactive widget library for Android mobile, tablet, desktop and wearables. All components are based on Google's new Material Design Guidelines and Baseline Grid. Elements align to an 8 dp square baseline grid (12px mobile, 10px tablet & desktop).

19 Sep 2014 - 3:20am
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mehmet
2010

UX at emails

There are lots of discussions of the usability of the email clients. But not much about the email itself. For example let's discuss the 'disclaimer'. I understand that some companies have concerns and needs it. But it is not useful in a thread and as a customer I don't need to read this disclaimer everytime. Are there any examples to make it better?

 

7 Mar 2008 - 1:54pm
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Jack L. Moffett
2005

iPhone SDK

So, are any of you excited by the opportunities offered by the SDK
announcements yesterday? Having access to multi-touch, gestures, the
accelerometer, and location-based services—the possibilities for
innovative, or at least unique/interesting/fun interactions has me
salivating. I know nothing about Objective-C, but I sure am tempted
to get my feet wet.

Jack

Jack L.