Discussion Archive

5 Apr 2007 - 10:26pm
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dmitryn
2004

[iai-members] NextD takes a slash at "Findability Information Architecture"

I am not sure whether I am qualified to comment on the content of this
article, but it seems like a remarkably fuzzy piece of writing for
someone who heads an organization with the motto of "Defuzz the
future!"

Dmitry

On 4/5/07, David Malouf <dave.ixd at gmail.com> wrote:
> Wow!

12 Nov 2007 - 9:48am
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Janna DeVylder
2006

[EVENT] Reminder: Chicago IxDA - This Wednesday, Nov. 14th

If you haven't yet decided if you should come or not, let me tell you... you
should! Some bright folks are showing interesting work. We're sure to learn
a lot!

______________________________________

If you're in the Chicago-land area, please join us for another event!

When: Wednesday, November 14th
Time: 6:30 - 8:00pm

Topic: Rich Internet Applications
What is the definition of an RIA, and when is a particular solution
considered one? How are RIAs breaking and redefining users' mental models of
web sites and traditional applications?

15 Jan 2009 - 8:08am
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5 years ago
4 replies
Maria De Monte
2008

researching researchers

Hello folks,

I've been targeting researchers for the development of an online cooperative tool lately, and discovered how hard it is to find informations on researchers as users.

It seems like "the sacred world of science and research" is out of any schema, any sort of question, anything...

Do anyone of you have any info about researcher as web tools users?

Thank you,

Maria

12 Jan 2006 - 1:36pm
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8 years ago
8 replies
Susan Farrell
2004

New shopping interaction

http://www.panic.com/goods
drag and drop shopping
one page checkout

I'd like to tweak the checkout some (e.g.: "ship to different
address?") etc., but I think this is a big leap forward because it's
all visible all the time, and it looks easy and fun to use.

Kudos to Panic.com. They make good OS X software too, in Portland OR.

Susan

9 Nov 2007 - 1:16pm
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Jenifer Tidwell
2003

ISO graphic designer and user-recruitment firm

Greetings, IxDA! I've been plying my personal network for these roles, but
without much luck so far... A client of mine needs to fill two roles: a
graphic designer, and an organization who can find and recruit users in a
certain demographic. These are likely to be short-term contracts, and
they're needed soon -- within the next month or so. The client is located
in the Boston area, but that doesn't necessarily matter, as these can be
done remotely.

Graphic designer role: The client needs a good visual identity.

6 Apr 2009 - 6:44pm
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Jason Berumen
2009

JOB - Experience Architect - Denver, CO - EffectiveUI - FT

We are looking for a senior level Lead Experience Architect with strong interests and capabilities in the rapid development of Rich Internet Applications. The ideal candidate will thrive in a work environment that requires strong problem solving skills and independent self-direction, coupled with an aptitude for team collaboration and open communication. The candidate will also have extensive experience in a fast-paced and innovative development environment.

26 Jan 2010 - 4:30am
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2 years ago
8 replies
Jonas Skoglund
2010

How much of menu levels should you show?

Hi all!
Usually when I designing a web site I always show the full hierarchical structure when someone drilling it self down to a sub page, pretty much like the Windows Explorer tree navigation. Like this for example when a surfer visits the page "Subservice item 1":
1. Home2. Services 2.1 Service Item 1 2.2 Service Item 1 2.2.1 SubService Item 1 2.2.1 SubService Item 1 2.2.1 SubService Item 1 2.3 Service Item 1 2.4 Service Item 13. Products4. About us5. Contact
This approach unfourtnually generates a pretty big menu that is seldom suiteble for horisonatal navigation.

23 May 2007 - 12:29pm
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7 years ago
3 replies
juliecab
2007

Using scales for user input/feedback

Hello,

Our company designs health information that is found on many web
portals, health plans and hospital websites. We are in the process of
redesigning a portion of this work that are a number of interactive
features/topics geared to help consumers make difficult health
decisions.

4 Feb 2009 - 5:12pm
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thomaskueber
2010

[local][EVENT] IxDA Berlin Feb. Meeting // Topic: Service Design

IxDA Berlin 1st Meeting in 2009:

When: 7pm - 9pm Wednesday, Feb 11th, 2009
Where: newthinking store GmbH, Tucholskystr. 48, 10117 Berlin

After having talked a lot about how the interaction desig process is
roled out in different institutions we'll have Liat Rogel this time to
talk about the increaslingly important topic of service design.

Liat has graduated from Politecnico di Milano with an M.A in service
design and an B.A in industrial design and is co-founder of the service
design company seeds design.

20 Feb 2005 - 12:48pm
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Shelley Wood
2005

Interaction Designer, Concord, MA, USA, InContext Enterprises, Full-Time

Do you want to design applications and systems that really meet the needs of
users? Are you tired feeling like you are "making it up" because you don't
really know what users need? Design from customer data by joining InContext
- the company that created Contextual Design, the full front-end,
customer-centered design process.