Discussion Archive

1 Aug 2006 - 3:37pm
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Peter Merholz
2004

Business Value of User Experience Survey - Please Participate!

IxDers--

This summer, Adaptive Path is kicking off research to further explore
the business value of user experience. This work will expand upon
ideas first presented in our 2004 report, Leveraging Business Value:
How ROI Changes User Experience.

We're looking for your help to validate our ideas. If you have a
minute, please complete our Business Value of User Experience survey.

26 Jun 2010 - 1:08pm
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Moses Wolfenstein
2010

Re: [IxDA] Re: [IxDA] Design is not a “problem-sol ving techni que”



On Sat, Jun 26, 2010 at 12:44 PM, katey <katey.deeny@gmail.com> wrote:


In my experience, having done primarily design work, but also some behavioral science research, g/ood/ design is just as analytic, empirical, and rigorous as "scientific" methods of problem-solving.
29 Jan 2007 - 2:19pm
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8 years ago
2 replies
Dante Murphy
2006

Documentation Version Numbers

I'm trying to establish a documentation numbering standard for my team,
and there is some initial resistance to the approach I've used for
years. I'm wondering what approach you all use, or what your opinions
are on the merits and drawbacks of these two approaches.

Approach A: Every revision of a document is given a new integer-value
version number. For instance, Site Map v6 is updated and becomes Site
Map v7.

Approach B: Every version of a document made during the "Define" phase
of a project is numbered 0.x.

26 Jul 2010 - 2:41pm
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SheetalD
2010

Job opportunities @ Symantec for UXE

Hello!

 

Symantec is looking for a Manager of Engineering (User Experience Development Team)!

 

   

27 Aug 2010 - 2:25pm
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LFrancis
2009

Looking for any studies on iPad Adoption by seniors

There is certainly a big buzz these days about seniors using and loving iPads. Has anyone come across any studies or statistics that support the anecdotal buzz? If so, would you share? Thanks!

10 Oct 2010 - 4:39pm
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iris.sharon
2010

Thoughts on UXmap

A few months ago I was looking for a local design consultancy in Japan, and had trouble finding one. I thought it would have been great if design and UX-related information is organized geographically. I came up with UXmap.com and began providing local UX information about consultancies, labs, vendors, conferences, education, associations, events, and jobs. I can see how it supports needs of both design and UX people as well as their stakeholders. What do you think? Is there a need for this?

4 Jun 2008 - 6:47am
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6 years ago
7 replies
kimbieler
2007

ISO: Something do to in New York, June 5

I might have some down time tomorrow afternoon between meetings. Is
there some fabulous IxD-related exhibit or anything I ought to check
out while I'm in NY? Looks like I just missed a glass-making demo at
Cooper-Hewitt. :-(

Cheers,

-- Kim

30 Jul 2008 - 9:33pm
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Peter Merholz
2004

[PLUG] Discounts for Upcoming Adaptive Path Events; Online, SF, and Copenhagen

Folks--

Many things are happening with our events over at Adaptive Path. Use
the promotional code FOPM when registering for any of these and
receive 15% off.

On August 6th, Brandon will be presenting a live virtual seminar on
“Showing the Value of UX.”
http://www.adaptivepath.com/events/2008/aug/virt.php

It takes place 10:00am Pacific, 1pm Eastern, and 5pm GMT.

15 Jun 2004 - 9:13pm
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10 years ago
1 reply
Jeff Howard
2004

Re: Signal Orange

Elizabeth's example of the Vietnam bracelets is a much better
illustration of this concept. Here's the crucial detail that's obscured
in the Signal Orange project. The bracelets open a dialog between two
people. That's the interaction the bracelets facilitate.

"... the wearer could talk about the person [on the bracelet] to others."

Here's a related example of this kind of Interaction Design. The Spring
2004 issue of Design Issues has an article about Kate Wells and the
Siyazama Project in South Africa.

26 Jan 2007 - 5:11am
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8 years ago
1 reply
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Dean Wilson
2007

53 CSS techniques you couldn't live with out

Well you probably could live without them, but its a neat collection of
examples nonetheless:

http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2007/01/19/53-css-techniques-you-couldnt-live-without

Dean