Discussion Archive

18 Dec 2008 - 5:26am
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5 years ago
10 replies
Maria De Monte
2008

Calendars integration online

Hello Folks,

have a question for you...

I am actually developing an on line working platform, and a few of the potential users I surveyed has asked for an on line calendar that could interact and integrate local calendars such as that from Outlook, Thunderbird and so on.

I'm pretty sure something that works like this already exists, but we seem like we cannot find any similar application around the web...

Anyone has any suggestion??

Thank you all,

Cheers,

Maria

23 Feb 2007 - 10:42am
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Thomas Vander Wal
2004

[iai-members] Conference: FITC '07 (originally 'Flash In The Can')

If you are working with well structured information/data for use in
Ajax or building user modifiable interfaces FITC is well work the
time.

20 Apr 2011 - 2:50am
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2 years ago
4 replies
Leisa Reichelt
2006

How to hire a UXer - Survey for candidates and employers

On the back of the UX Freelancers Rates survey I did late last year, I'm now investigating t

31 Oct 2008 - 6:26pm
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5 years ago
3 replies
Joanne Weaver
2007

JOB: fulltime: Chicago (will relo): JR INTERACTION DESIGNER, illustrious "Top 5 Innovative Company 2008", visa assistance. UX recruiter (JWG)

Apologies for x-post. Just really stoked to get the word out.

JUNIOR INTERACTION DESIGNER - Chicago

**Relocation + Visa Assistance Offered**

and

**$500 referral bonus eligibility for successfully placed candidates**

please forward to your top-notch friends

THE CLIENT:

You know I'm not prone to hyperbole. So when I say that this client is

absolutely **one of the most rockin' clients out there**, you know I'm

steering you right.

4 Apr 2006 - 3:43pm
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8 years ago
29 replies
Oleh Kovalchuke
2006

Interaction design is design of time

Talking about job interviews I have just had one for UI Designer job
where I think I have surprised interviewers when I have mentioned that
interaction design is time design (hence more interesting, complex
than visual design). Below is follow up email.

6 Dec 2006 - 8:40am
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7 years ago
1 reply
Austin Govella
2004

Washington, DC IxDA Meet & Greet

We're having a meet, greet, and plan meeting next Wednesday, 12/13 from 6-7pm.

The agenda is to meet people, greet people, and throw out some ideas
for events for next year.

We've found a Starbucks a block away from Metro Center:
* http://tinyurl.com/yz66g9 (Yahoo Map)

Metro Center is at the intersection of the red, orange, and blue metro
lines and one stop away from the green and yellow lines (change trains
at Gallery Place).

The Starbucks is at 13th and E St.

13 Sep 2012 - 11:24am
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SuzInDC
2012

Got an App for Projecting Time?

Hi Folks,

I'm looking for some kind of app that can help me visualize how booked I am with projects and when I will open up. I'm thinking something that allows me to list out my projects, indicate how many hours I expect to work day-by-day or week-by-week over a period of time into the future. Then I can see when the total hours falls below my available working hours.

I don't want to use a traditional Gantt chart, but something that allows me to see real numbers. In that way I want to see if my total is above, below, or spot on the number I have available.

11 Aug 2008 - 12:32pm
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Naveena
2008

Job: Senior Visual & Human Interface Designer : San Jose, CA : Cisco Systems : Full-time

COMPANY: Cisco Systems Inc.,
URL: www.cisco.com
JOB LOCATION: San Jose, CA
JOB TITLE: Senior Visual & Human Interface Designer
JOB DURATION: Permanent
JOB DESCRIPTION:

Job Description:
We are looking for an outstanding Visual and Human Interface Designer to
work on NCBU's enterprise 2.0 application within the Emerging
Technologies Group - ETG.

26 Mar 2009 - 10:15am
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3 years ago
2 replies
Rebecca Anema
2009

What sites do you feel have the best and worst interaction design?

Hi I just wanted to reach out to the IxDA community and see what sites
they feel have the best and worst interaction design. It can just be a
component of the site too...

20 Dec 2005 - 5:38pm
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8 years ago
13 replies
Ockler, Sarah
2004

Assumptions about users (blue collar=inexperienced?)

We posted an internal release about not creating paper user guides for
our Web sites, but creating better instructional content/cleaner process
on the actual site pages. Received this from an internal employee today
about a specific member group (we're a health insurance company) using
our member Web site:
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"Their [automotive parts manufacturer] blue-collar work force may not
have home access to a PC and when at work, they rarely (if ever) use the
internet.