Discussion Archive

3 Dec 2008 - 3:05pm
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6 years ago
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Melissa Sherman
2008

what role does social media/ networks play in your research & collaboration activities?

(Trying again... differently. Thanks for the editing assitance, Steve!)

28 Nov 2003 - 7:55am
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Dave Malouf
2005

ADMIN: Yahoo, Hotmail and other webmail users

I have noticed a trend especially of Yahoo e-mail address users that many
people are ending up with bounce-backs to the system and then your
subscriptions being disabled and eventually removed. I have re-enabled all
previously "banned" addresses due to bounce-backs so they can hopefully
receive this message. And I have increased the bounce-back tolerance levels
for the list.

I suggest one of the following course of actions:
1. use a different account entirely
2. check your accounts more often and remove uneeded e-mail.
3.

7 Mar 2010 - 7:35am
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4 years ago
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Jojest
2009

Online or traditional training method is best?

In your profession, is self learning using online forumns and discussion groups and ebooks or attending traditional way of training helped more?

I used to read lots of books and actively using discussion forumns like IxDA, LinkedIn Groups and blogs of experts than attending traditional way of training. My last company I worked thinks that since I was not attended any training in their period, even though I was gaining good knowledge using web, that I am far behind in gaining new knowledge.

9 Mar 2009 - 10:09am
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5 years ago
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Louis Rosenfeld
2007

PLUG: Nathan Shedroff's webinar and book on sustainable design

(apologies for duplicate postings)

Hi all, I'm happy to report that *Nathan Shedroff's* *Design Is the
Problem: The Future of Design Must Be Sustainable *will go on sale
approximately *March 20.* Much that's been written about the topic pertains
to "green" construction; in this book, Nathan has taken sustainability to
the world of product design, providing a series of frameworks and lots of
practical advice.

6 Nov 2007 - 6:57am
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7 years ago
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DrWex
2006

People who really OUGHT to have done user testing

http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/s/1022757_cool_cash_card_confusion
"A LOTTERY scratchcard has been withdrawn from sale by Camelot -
because players couldn't understand it."

It's mostly a story about confusing math and such, and I think the
writer is making the point that people don't get negative numbers.
But I can't help thinking "if they'd just run a few sample games with
random volunteers they'd've found that problem..."

--
--Alan Wexelblat

7 Sep 2005 - 7:05pm
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9 years ago
9 replies
Rajesh Sidharthan
2005

Inline editing

Hi all,
I am looking for some interesting examples/thoughts on in-line editing
(editing the properties of a table line item without opening any dialogs).
Please share any examples, experiences or thoughts in this area.

Thanks
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2 Feb 2008 - 5:47am
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thomas lissajoux
2008

IMPACTS OF COOPERATION AND COMPETITION AT WORK ON CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOUR, PERFORMANCE & WELL-BEING

Hi everyone,

I want to point you to an international survey studying the effects of
cooperation on work conditions, and discriminating agile teams/companies.

Here it is :
http://freeonlinesurveys.com/rendersurvey.asp?sid=bci7rnwbo7kkfsr389269

The results will be very interesting for the community, gaining some insight
on how cooperative really are agile teams (vs non agile organizations).

Thanks for helping to promote this study.
(sorry if you receive duplicates as I crossposted to several groups)

Thomas

28 Oct 2005 - 3:26pm
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frog design rec...
2005

JOB - Design Analyst - frog design - Palo Alto, CA

Megan Greig, PHR

Human Resources

frog design, inc.

1327 Chesapeake Terrace

Sunnyvale, CA 94089

Tel. (1) 408 734 5800

Fax (1) 408 752 1180

Dir.

9 Jan 2009 - 5:14am
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6 years ago
4 replies
Sam Menter
2008

address from postcode / zip code

Hi

Lots of UK sites find the user's full address from their postcode (zipcode).
This saves the user typing a full address, but I'm not convinced it makes
the form completion any easier. When there are lots of houses on the same
postcode, the user still has to scroll through a long list of addreses to
select the correct address, whereas their home address is an easy thing to
type - they've typed it a million times...

Has anyone got any examples of best practice for this design pattern? Has
anyone done research into this functionality?

Thanks,
Sam

15 Jun 2009 - 5:40pm
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Jay Ambler
2009

Job: Senior Interaction Design Opportunity - Web 2.0 Experience - San Jose, CA - Must be Onsite

Hello,

We are looking for a candidate to join our clients team for the below
referenced role and I'm wondering if you might be available / interested or
know of anyone in your network who might be interested?

If you could reply and let me know either way, I'd very much appreciate it.

We are open to straight contractors or contract-to-perm candidates for this
on W2, 1099 or C2C basis.

Rates are open at this point and dependant on experience.

If you could attach your resume with your response, I'll review it and give
you a call to discuss.

Role: Sr.