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9 Jun 2011 - 6:47pm
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Peter Henderson...
2011

Steve Jobs and design

Hey folks -

I'm a reporter at Reuters, I like design, and I'm doing a story about Steve Jobs, Apple and design. My two main questions are 'how do they do it so well?' and 'how do they manage to ship when their sites are so high?' Please drop me an email if you have insite and would like to talk. I'm also interested to watch discussion on this board. My email is peter.henderson@thomsonreuters.com.

Thanks -

3 Apr 2006 - 4:46pm
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10 years ago
1 reply
Chris Noessel
2005

(IxD RFID references) was: (no subject)

I co-wrote and edited an overview of RFID technology in 2002 while at
IDII, titled "RFID: a week-long survey on the technology and its
potential".

26 Sep 2008 - 2:51am
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7 years ago
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yunustunak
2008

Alphabet Readibility

Hello folks,
In this blog entry i stumbled you can find great inspration of airport
typography.
http://www.designworkplan.com/design/airport-signage-photo-inspiration.htm

One thing made me curious, latin, thai, arabic..

7 Sep 2009 - 6:25pm
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6 years ago
5 replies
Janna
2008

Windows Photo Gallery for user testing?

Hello fellow IxDers,
I am getting ready for some user testing for a web site upgrade. I'm
working with a company who is mostly interested in feedback on the
taxonomy and general look and feel of each page of their web site. I
am using .jpgs for this test.

However, I prefer scenario based testing whenever possible to add a
dose of reality to how they see the page, ("See if you can find
information on plant nurseries in your area"). This test will likely
be a combination since you cannot actively "click through".

20 Nov 2009 - 11:40am
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Michael Tomes
2009

User Experience Designer Needed for Nokia - Central London

We have an excellent job on our site for a UX Designer for Nokia in
Central London.

Closing Date 09 Dec 2009.

http://creativepool.co.uk/employee/HAR/EN70752/JN0/User-Experience-Designer-for-Nokia-job-Central-London.php

1 Feb 2012 - 6:23pm
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benwa
2012

Powerful document trees?

I'm looking for examples of navigating through 2-2,000 documents that are more elegant + powerful than the stereotypical document tree… but also has research backing it would be nice.

Currently the documents are arranged by

- Category
  - Sub Category
    - Documents (1-100 pagers)
      - Date

8 Aug 2006 - 5:51pm
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9 years ago
4 replies
Mark Kirkland
2006

Online Survey Software

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16 Nov 2004 - 5:11pm
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Frank Ramirez
2004

web app or internet app (was: The End of UsabilityCulture?)

Andrei wrote:
> So if a link is used as an action like posting financial
> information or
> credit card, as is the case with nearly all browser based app
> out there
> like Amazon.com and eBay, are we saying those aren't "web
> apps."

No, we're not. If we're to agree with MW - Amazon and eBay as a *whole*
are web apps since they use HTTP/HTML. Their payment processing engines
in particular are not necessarily web apps.

> I think the MW definition is a bit off.

I would agree that it's problematic.

5 Aug 2008 - 11:56pm
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H. Elwood Gilli...
2008

A New Approach to Interaction Design

Hello IxDA:

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describes a new perspective on IxD. While IxD appears in most
universities as either an adjunct of HCI or as a Design skill in the
department of Mulitmedia/Art, this treatise argues IxD as a scientific
pursuit which sees no boundaries to the topical application of its
form, encompassing all of science.

Description:

"Interactivity is not merely the study of computational interfaces,
but observation and application of universal behavior with respect to
all systems, sciences and processes.

20 Feb 2008 - 9:33am
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Donald Fischer
2008

[JOB] Software Interaction Designer, Boston MA, LiTL LLC (full time)

Title: Software Interaction Designer
Company: LiTL LLC
Location: Boston, MA (Back Bay)
Title: Permanent, full time

LiTL is a brand new, well funded company developing a consumer product
that involves hardware, software, and online services. We're looking
for a talented interaction designer to help us create our iconic first
product (and many products to come).

In this role, you will add software design expertise to our larger
design team, which includes one of the world's top industrial design
and branding firms.