Discussion Archive

6 Jan 2009 - 6:05pm
6 years ago
3 replies
Anna Kalata

How do you present designs to remote stakeholders?

Happy New Year!

I'm working for an agency that wants to move into bringing web-based
collaborative tools to our team and clients. While I've come across many
good options for traditional project management and groupware systems, I was
wondering if anyone on the list had a preferred tool that serves as a
repository for uploading/displaying files for client viewing, feedback, and

Basecamp is one option I've used that enables clients to be involved in the
project management process, but I'm not sure most of our clients have that
level of web-savvy-ness.

15 Oct 2007 - 9:02am
8 years ago
9 replies

Wow, look at you all go...!

466 IxDA emails in my box, waiting for me over my vacation, last week.

I can't exactly recall, but I think I got about that many when I was off
for TWO weeks vacation in August.

Is anyone tracking our discussion list traffic? How are we doing, for
active participation?

25 Aug 2005 - 9:41am

Job: Interaction Designer (Waterloo, Ontario, Canada)

** Interaction Designer (Contract) **

Quarry Integrated Communications
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

We're looking for an experienced contractor to join the Interaction
Design & Usability group at Quarry Integrated Communications.
Depending on your skills and interests, you'll have the opportunity
to contribute in areas such as information architecture, interaction
design, prototype development, and usability testing.

The duration and terms of this contract are negotiable, although we
anticipate the equivalant of full-time work for several months.

6 Sep 2009 - 7:45am
Steve Baty

OzCHI 24 hour challenge

IxDA is proudly supporting a student design challenge as part of the OzCHI
09 conference <http://www.ozchi.org/mediawiki/index.php/Main_Page>, being
held in Melbourne in November.

Here's some information on the challenge:
24 Hour Design Challenge

The OZCHI conference student design challenge is a great opportunity for
students from around the world to win a travel scholarship to Melbourne,
Australia, and attend an international conference about interaction design
to meet peers, academics, and professionals from the field.

16 Feb 2008 - 2:04pm
Dan Saffer

Second (and Final) Set of Interaction08 Videos

The remaining available videos from Interaction08 are now online:

Cinematic Interaction Design, Sarah Allen

Experience Design, Convergence + The Digital Agency, David Armano

The Design Ecosystem, Bill Buxton

20 Jul 2010 - 12:52pm
Laurian Gridinoc

Re: [IxDA] What's your job title?

I'm Creative Software Developer* :) I love the title and the fact that is so confusing for others :)

19 Oct 2007 - 1:33pm
8 years ago
3 replies
Chris Borokowski

Vista fonts

With Microsoft Vista, the company introduced new standard fonts that
viewers may now expect in your web pages. Thankfully, they released
them as freeware with the PowerPoint viewer, and they're extracted for
your use here:


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19 Jan 2009 - 9:38pm
Tonia M Bartz

IxDA Phoenix - First Meeting Date and Time Announced

I am please to announce that Phoenix's local IxDA group has a date and
location for its first event.

The first IxDA Phoenix meetup will be held on Tuesday, March 10th,
2009 at 6pm. The location will be Gangplank in Chandler, AZ.

More information will be available soon. Please pass this along to
whomever you think might be interested and feel free to join our
Facebook group.


Tonia M. Bartz

18 Aug 2008 - 7:38pm
7 years ago
3 replies
Scott McDaniel

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10 Aug 2009 - 5:37am
6 years ago
5 replies
Rebecca Whitfield

Questions as navigation labels

I am working on a project where the client is fairly prescriptive with
their navigation labels (i.e. they tend to give us pre-defined
sitemaps). We constantly try to challenge their labels, as we
believe they are more organisation-focused than user-focused.
However, in order to do this, we need to have good reasons

A current issue is using questions as navigation labels e.g. How are
cars made?. I think that this adds unnecessary complexity, and feels