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23 Feb 2008 - 9:18am
Joe Sokohl

Event: RUX (Richmond, Virginia User Experience)

Please join us next week for our 2nd RUX (Richmond User Experience)
group meetup!

When: Wednesday, February 27, 2008, 6PM
Where: Barrel Thief Wine Shop & Cafe, 11747 West Broad Street,
Richmond, VA 23233 (close to the interstate for both the Richmond and
Charlottesville folks)

Reservations are under the RUX Group.

It looks to be an exciting meeting! We’ll hear from Joe Sokohl and
others who attended the IxDA Interaction Design Conference in
Savannah as well as go over the results of the survey we sent out.

We also have a Yahoo!

21 Aug 2007 - 7:36pm
Jeffrey D. Gimzek


Hey all,

Wondering if anyone here worked on this site, or knows someone who did.


I am interested in the way they display comparison data, and how they
decided on the nomenclature and aggregated the content on relative scale

contact me off list if you are are in the above set



Jeffrey D. Gimzek
Digital Experience Designer


11 Jan 2008 - 8:58am
Adrian Howard

Agile/UX conference info (was Prototyping with Adobe CS3)

On 10 Jan 2008, at 14:38, Michael Tuminello wrote:

> For me, I can't say that it does very much. That's part of the
> reason I'm headed down to interaction 08 - for the agile/uxd workshop.

On the subject of conferences...

The Agile 2008 Conference <www.agile2008.org> (Toronto, Aug 4-8) this
year has a User Experience stage.

10 May 2010 - 1:19pm
4 years ago
5 replies

Anyone using a tool that organizes UE issues by task, product or theme?

I'm collecting UE defects, concerns, ideas and need to organize them so that they can be addressed by a designer. Think backlog (details, priority etc) but organized so it works for a designer, not just a developer. I'd love to be able to tag issues so they can be sorted by theme, areas of the site, specific tasks etc. I'd like visibility into trends across a user type, tool or interaction, so we are solving real issues not just firefighting. Excel just isn't cutting it.

What are tool(s) are you using? What's working, what isn't working?

Thanks in advance!

27 Jan 2010 - 3:55am
4 years ago
5 replies
Astley Le Jasper

Building experience through reverse engineering

I'm pretty green in interface design. I've read quite a lot but
often sit down to start a design and have a complete block. I realise
that there are a lot design patterns on the web, but it can be
difficult to really get a deep appreciation of them.

I'd like to build up some experience. Of course, the best way is to
'just do something'. However, students and newbies, such as myself,
perhaps don't have any real projects or sometimes long gap between

I was thinking about reverse engineering a couple of sites.

30 Mar 2011 - 11:43am
3 years ago
3 replies
Sean Pook

Best source for graphic design talent?

I have good links with talented UI designers, but for pure unadulterated graphic design brilliance, I am a little short.

Is there a website where some of these pixel gurus live and show their work? UK specific would be good, but not essential.


5 Aug 2010 - 5:39am
Caroline Jarrett

Event: Workshop on Survey Design, Dundee, Scotland, 7 September

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17 Apr 2004 - 3:36pm
10 years ago
1 reply
Juhan Sonin

Government work does not mean that the work is public.

Government work does not mean that work is public. Regardless of data
sensitivity, the project belongs to the government agency.. and the IP
and client should be respected. Only with specific permission from the
agency should the results be published or housed on publically
available web space.


>If the US Government hires you to do the work, and if the spec is a
>deliverable part of the work, it is not *your* IP but the

31 Oct 2005 - 5:39pm
Ash Donaldson

Job: Senior User Research Analyst/Experience Architect - Sydney, Australia (UK, US, Europe considered)

Hey all,

We're looking for another Senior User Research Analyst / Experience
Architect. Job posting as follows:

Senior User Research Analyst/Experience Architect

Different is a customer focused company who is driven by the business
principals of understanding people, the brands they buy and the technology
they use to access them.

25 Aug 2010 - 1:06pm
3 years ago
4 replies

Bulleted lists for web page content: readability

Has anyone out there done any research on the readability of web page content that is formatted mainly with bulleted lists?

I thought I had seen some research studies on this (which I can't find now for some reason), and I know there was a move a few years back which recommended using bulleted content for quick scanability. I personally find the content more difficult to understand with all those bullets, and if it is not in a normal paragraph format.

What are your thoughts? Thanks!