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15 Dec 2003 - 1:07pm
Dave Malouf

ADMIN: test-please ignore

test-please ignore
-- dave
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15 Apr 2004 - 5:41pm
10 years ago
12 replies

Portfolios (was: Guidance for someoneinterestedinyour field)

For what it's worth, I agree with Elizabeth here.

When all said and done we are looking for a quality candidate.

26 Aug 2005 - 10:13am
8 years ago
1 reply
Dan Saffer

Font Choice (was Google Talk, continued)

On Aug 26, 2005, at 5:17 AM, Jason Keirstead wrote:

> Personally I find Arie much easier on the eyes vs. Vernada. From my
> experiece the difference between the various sans-serif fonts is
> mostly
> based on personal preference.

This isn't necessarily true. Even though I think it's an ugly, flawed
font, I've had to use Arial on occasion because the letters widths
are tighter than Verdana (a much much better font, esp. for screen
resolution), which makes it easier to fit words into dense tables
when presenting a lot of information.

24 Oct 2007 - 2:36am
Nancy Falkenburg

job: senior interaction designer-CONTRACT-Mountain View, California-Intuit

JOB LOCATION: Mountain View, CA

JOB TITLE: Senior Interaction Designer



Primary responsibilities
* Apply strategic thinking to deliver end-to-end user experience solutions with a focus on user needs and business goals. Directly responsible for delivering all aspects of design, from delivering concepts and prototypes to UI specifications
* Turn visions into concepts and translate those concepts into designs that illustrate simplicity despite complexity of the system.

14 Jul 2005 - 12:47pm
8 years ago
1 reply
frog design rec...

JOB - Senior Designer / Design Analyst - frog design - NY TX CA

Please post

Megan Greig, PHR

Human Resources Generalist - TX/NY

frog design, inc.

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29 Jan 2004 - 1:30pm
10 years ago
3 replies
Ted Booth

Re: Education formal or informal or both

On the other hand, the benefits of 'going the academic' path as a way
to get into interaction design:
1) you get structured exposure to a wide range of concepts, techniques
and principles in a very short amount of time
2) you are challenged to learn, produce and explore in a much more wide
ranging and rigorous manner than in the commercial world
3) and, depending on your institution of choice, it can be *very*based
in practice, in the doing of the work, as well as knowing the theory
behind it
4) plus, you leave with a formal degree which generally gives you a leg
up over other job-seeker

31 Oct 2006 - 9:53am
Paul Adams

Making Life Easy (and the Red Balloons)

Hi folks,

I want to tell you about a project for World Usability Day called *Making
Life Easy*. And I'm hoping that you will stop by and let us know your
thoughts about good and bad design!

*What is it?*

Between now and World Usability Day (14th Nov), we'll be out on the streets
of London tying red balloons to examples of good and bad user experiences.

12 Apr 2007 - 7:13pm
Christian Crumlish

User Behavior Patterns

On 2/17/07, Jenifer Tidwell <jenifer.tidwell at gmail.com> wrote:
> Perhaps it's time to make a pull-out chart of the patterns in
> the book, along with some of the principles that they derive from and the
> genres that some of them belong to.

24 Jul 2007 - 7:47am
6 years ago
4 replies
Jens Ulferts

Core Values for UCD and Agile


I am currently working on my master's thesis. To succeed, I will require
your help. The thesis will analyze possible interfaces between User
Centered Design and agile software development. As it is not possible to
provide a one-fits-all process those interfaces will serve as connection
points which will enable agile processes to encase UCD methods.
Approaches in this direction already exist, but validation is scarce.

The fields have a lot in common, but the more I learn about them the
more differences I spot.

Bea Monteiro

JOB: Hot Studio San Francisco is hiring Director of Engineering!

Director of Engineering—Hot Studio San Francisco