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12 Mar 2007 - 10:40am
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7 years ago
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Leah Cunningham
2006

good examples of stacked / "window blind" left nav

I need some good examples of this to show a client I am proposing this
solution to.

I know a lot of people are starting to do this, but I need some examples
of successful implementations in order to get them on board.

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Leah Cunningham
Sr.

7 Dec 2010 - 2:51pm
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3 years ago
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Ali Naqvi
2008

Affinity diagram method VS expert reading of data

Hello,

in order to analyze contextual inquiry data either affinity diagrams can be created (together with a group of people) or an expert reading of the data can be made. 

I am the only user experience consultant hired so far and most of the other consultants are hard core developers. I have decided to analyze the collected data, in a more traditional kind of analysis. (expert reading)

When more UCD practitioners are hired, I would like to start using the affinity diagram method. 

5 Feb 2006 - 3:45pm
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8 years ago
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Michele Marut
2005

2006 conferences

Any thoughts on attending CHI vs UPA 2006 or any of the other conferences?

14 Mar 2007 - 1:21pm
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Kim Goodwin
2004

JOB: interaction designer at Cooper, San Francisco CA

Wanted: Compulsive problem-solvers with excellent visualization,
collaboration and communication skills.

What Cooper interaction designers do

Cooper interaction designers are responsible for leading the design of
product form and behavior.

10 Aug 2007 - 7:30am
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7 years ago
3 replies
Jen Hocko
2006

Translating Knowledge About Users into Taxonomy Design

Hi,

I'm starting a project that will require me to lead the re-design of a
large web site's taxonomy. Unfortunately, we know very little about our
user base (other than basic job function - e.g. sales people,
developers, etc.). I am advocating that some investigation be done to
give us a better sense of our users, whether that happens through
interviews, surveys, or a brainstorming session with the team involved
to get a base set of characteristics we can turn into user profiles
(validated later).

20 Feb 2007 - 10:19am
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markhhoff@earth...
2006

A Sketch & Simulate Tool from MIT

Thanks for posting this video, Alok. This is the kind of tool ³visual
learners² will find incredibly useful, in all disciplines. I wonder how far
this is from being released as a usable product? Is there a contact at MIT
Labs?

Mark Hoffman
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Mark Hoffman < markhhoff at earthlink.net>
Mark Hoffman Associates, Inc.

14 Dec 2006 - 4:44pm
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Nancy Falkenburg
2004

job: Senior Information Designer - FTE - Intuit (Mountain View, CA)

COMPANY NAME: Intuit

JOB LOCATION: Mountain View, CA

JOB TITLE: Senior Information Designer/User Assistance

JOB DURATION: Full Time

JOB DESCRIPTION:

At Intuit, we are totally committed to the customer experience, and to
creating the most usable, intuitive product possible. Our information
designers know that their first job is to create a highly usable
product, and we believe that Information Designers belong on the
development team through all phases of the product lifecycle.

27 Apr 2008 - 6:48am
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6 years ago
2 replies
Dave Malouf
2005

A bit of the "flavor" of IxDA Interaction08 | Savannah

The caterer we used for our two sponsored parties got a mention in the local
magazine of Savannah for her work for the Microsoft-sponsored SCAD
Industrial Design Department hosted event on Saturday night.

This caterer was a find by our SCAD hosts and to me she made both events and
our lunch on Sunday a big part of the element of what made Interaction08 so
special.

Take a read and get a taste.

http://www.savannahmagazine.com/articles/rockin-food

-- dave

--
David Malouf
http://synapticburn

22 Feb 2008 - 6:03pm
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Jonathan A. Marshall
2008

JOB User Experience Designer, New York, NY, Lime Bits (full time)

USER EXPERIENCE DESIGNER at Lime Bits

LIME BITS is developing an innovative software system intended to empower
people to share their own creations and to collaborate on group creations.

You'll join the Lime Bits team and help overturn the ancient traditions of
software development.  Your elegant user experience designs will lead
ordinary users to new heights of creation, and help them discover talents
they never knew they could express.

8 Oct 2011 - 11:40am
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3 years ago
1 reply
zakiwarfel
2004

A new app for collecting and analyzing qualitative data [Product Launch Announcement]

If you do any type of qualitative research, you're going to want to check out this app.