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8 Mar 2005 - 2:53pm
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Challis Hodge
2003

Job: Senior/Lead User Experience Architect, Pasadena, CA, USA

User Experience Architect

Experience: 7+ years (highly experienced will also be considered)
Location: Pasadena, CA, USA
Relocation: Yes
Stock Options : Yes
Salary: Competitive

Description:

The User Experience Architect will apply principles of user-centered design
to develop user interfaces. You will have knowledge of customer tasks,
product functionality requirements, user interface architecture, 3rd party
and competitors' user interface designs, as well as industry interface
standards.

29 Apr 2011 - 4:59pm
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5 years ago
3 replies
mikequery
2011

Aspiring UXer, in a unique situation. Need advice!

Hi there,

I'm new to the community, thanks in advance for the welcome :) So I've been out of college since 07, and I'm in a pretty unique situation with my current role and I'd like some advice for how to proceed. 

21 Nov 2006 - 2:48pm
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rsvp-UX
2006

UX Talk, New York Avenue A | Razorfish (Wed, Dec. 6th, 6:30pm)

(Apologies for duplicate postings)

To celebrate the opening of our new office in Times Square, Avenue A |
Razorfish is sponsoring a UX talk followed by cocktails. We would love
to see you all there! Please RSVP quickly as space is limited and we
want to make sure there are enough cocktails to go around!

11 Mar 2008 - 9:09pm
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8 years ago
2 replies
will tell
2008

best cites to get /host UI and UX talent

I have an opportunity to build a UI/UX team for my company and (like everyone else) am concerned about finding quality talent. There is a potential to develop this group at a number of different locations across the US. My experience has shown that certain cities will "resonate" better to the design community. I'd very much like to hear this groups opinions as to the options listed below.

27 Jun 2006 - 9:33pm
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Bryan J Busch
2006

discuss Digest, Vol 33, Issue 27

On Jun 27, 2006, at 3:23 PM, Michael Tuminello wrote:

> Does anyone know where I can find a non-GPL'd emoticon set? I'm
> looking for something to use in a product. Happy to pay for use, but
> paying to create from scratch looks to be prohibitively expensive.

I'm a big fan of the "Silk" set found at famfamfam.com (http://
www.famfamfam.com/lab/icons/silk/). They're licensed under Creative
Commons ("you may use it for any purpose, and make any changes you
like.

15 May 2007 - 7:39pm
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9 years ago
2 replies
Calvin Park 박상빈
2007

New member + issue with ixda.org homepage

Hello, I'm a new member.
In fact, I've never subscribed to a mailing list before, so I
apologize in advance if I go out of my way in my mannerism.

I wanted to bring up an issue with the homepage of http://www.ixda.org/en/
When you ctrl+scroll on IE to increase the font size, everything works
fine as expected.

8 Jul 2008 - 12:08pm
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Shannon Caddigan
2008

JOB: Senior Interaction Designer: SF: Jessie Stehle (Recruiter): Full Time

Title: Senior Interaction Designer
Location: San Francisco
Compensation: $100K - $120K base DOE + bonus + excellent benefits +
regular telecommuting opportunities

A large, well known, leading consumer site is seeking a talented Senior
Interaction Designer to construct and lead the team in user-centered
design processes: ensure that Web-based products, applications and
marketing pages are easy to use, help its customers to meet their needs
and business partners to fulfill their goals.

11 Jul 2008 - 6:53am
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8 years ago
2 replies
Petra Liverani
2008

How do people use applications differently from expected?

I seem to remember that in an earlier post Robert mentioned that users will
not always utililse an application as expected, for example, using a wiki as
a project management tool.

When our company got a Confluence wiki I initially considered creating a
space for a group of users but decided against it because there was no
navigation menu. I later discovered there was a left navigation menu plug-in
and saw other sites using the left nav with a Search above it.

9 Nov 2009 - 2:35pm
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6 years ago
4 replies
Paul Bryan
2008

Should an e-commerce design agency test the usability of its own designs?

Recently I was on an e-commerce strategy project. I received a
usability test report that the previous agency had produced after
testing their own design work. I went back to the source tapes and
there seemed to be a dramatic difference between the level of
problems users were having in the sessions, and the resulting report.

I know it's convenient for e-commerce site owners to get an
integrated package, esp. when large MSA's are in place. And trying
to keep ahead of Agile cycles puts strain on the schedule and number
of partners.

19 Oct 2009 - 1:29am
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6 years ago
8 replies
Murray Thompson
2009

Golden oldies: pre-web-era book recommendations

We have a lot of great communication and design-related books
published in last 15 years, but there are others from 30+ years ago
whose content still rings true. Sometimes they may speak even more
loudly than when they were first published and remind us that many
concepts we're exploring today aren't always so new after all.

Some like those from Marshall McLuhan, Edward de Bono, and
Christopher Alexander are still talked about and mentioned once and a
while.