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29 Oct 2007 - 12:44pm
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Kyle Pero Soucy
2007

REMINDER: NH UX October Meeting: Tues Oct 30, Carolyn Snyder - "Bias in Usability Testing"

**Apologies to those that have received this announcement more than once.**

This is a reminder that the NH UX October meeting is tomorrow night!
IMPORTANT: RSVP required.

2 Oct 2009 - 12:47pm
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andersr
2005

[EVENT] Agile Experience Design Meetup NYC: Improving Drupal Usability with Buzzr

Hi Everyone,

We've got a great event lined up for our next Agile Experience Design
Meetup on Wed. Oct. 14. Ed Sussman, CEO of Buzzr, and Karen McGrane,
co-founder and partner at Bond Art & Science, will talk about their
collaboration on the Buzzr project and improving Drupal usability.

Event Details at http://is.gd/3SIIw

Space is limited, so if you'd like to attend, pls RSVP soon.

Looking forward to seeing you at the next Meetup!

-Anders
Agile Experience Design Meetup Organizer

10 Aug 2009 - 11:54am
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Liz Geddes
2008

[JOB] Sr. BA with UX/UI Background - NYC - 12+ months

Hey All,

Please review the specs below. If you are interested please send me your resume and give me a call at 212-257-6123 if you are interested. It is located in downtown Manhattan. Thanks so much!

-- Liz

Sr. BA with UX/UI -

Objective: This individual will be part of the Enterprise Solutions team in the Ratings Business Solutions group and will provide Business Analysis and UI Design for all Enterprise products and any initiatives that affect those products.

1 Nov 2007 - 9:47am
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Chris Borokowski
2007

Project management control structures ( was Do Engineers Understand...)

Hierarchy to me is a liberator from that question of who owns what, and
as a result what parts need to match up with others.

9 Apr 2005 - 11:44am
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Caryn Josephson
2004

UPA 2005 Conference June 27-July 1 in Montreal

The 2005 UPA Annual Conference - BridgingCultures will be held at the
Fairmont Queen Elizabeth in Montreal, Canada from June 27 - July 1,
2005.

UPA 2005 will begin with a Plenary address from Farès Chmait entitled,
Building Bridges and Reducing Misconceptions and will end with a Plenary
address from Aaron Marcus entitled, Cross-Cultural User-Experience
Design. Between these two addresses, UPA 2005 will offer 32 Tutorials &
Workshops, 48 Presentations, 8 Invited Speakers, Idea Markets, a French
Track and much more.

22 Jul 2011 - 10:38am
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rwdunn
2011

Anyone use NVivo for qualitative data analysis?

I'm wondering if anyone has had experience working with NVivo to analize and extract data related to qualitative research of user experiences. My company is in the process of forming a dedicated UX research department and I'm curious if this is something we should really be planning for or if traditional methods and techniques are still preferred over software that appears to "automate" many of the nuances of traditional methods. If you can sight examples of projects where you've found this helpful, that would be great!

14 Jan 2011 - 2:15pm
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4 years ago
30 replies
dantemurphy
2010

Is the e-mail list dead?

I know there was a lot of hubub over the future of IxDA, and some calls for the death of the email list...was sentence carried out?  I haven't gotten an IxDA email in days, but it looks like there are new threads...

I think it's symptomatic of a larger problem...I still feel connected to the people I know in IxDA, mostly through twitter, but I no longer feel connected to the org, and I'm not sure I'm interested in going looking for it on Quora.

So, I'll give it a try...

Is there anybody out there?  Am I just shouting into the void?

25 Jun 2008 - 8:26am
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8 years ago
4 replies
Nancy Roberts
2008

Navigation problem

Hi all,
I am working on an online application that explores the anatomy of certain
body systems.

In one section, we have a cross-cut diagram of a body part (the eye).

21 Dec 2009 - 3:33am
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6 years ago
2 replies
Sharon Greenfield5
2008

Anyone know anyone at the AIGA?

Because their site is busted:
http://www.aiga.org

Every single link from the front page is 404.
And their 404 page says copyright 2007.

25 Jan 2005 - 8:38am
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Jim Hoekema
2004

RE: OK

Suresh JV wrote:

> I'm curious about the way this discussion is started with the word "OK"
> Could anyone tell me the Subtleties or reasons behind this.

I thought I knew the answer ("Old Kinderhook"), but there's more to the
story, nicely related by the Straight Dope:

http://www.straightdope.com/classics/a2_250

- Jim Hoekema
Mobius Management Systems, Rye NY