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7 Aug 2011 - 7:58am
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wramirez09
2010

RE: [IxDA] Most efficient tools for a large UX production environment

mocking bird is cool no html generator -----Original Message----- Date: Sunday, August 07, 2011 6:38:55 am To: wramirez1980@gmail.com From: "Neil Simpson" Subject: [IxDA] Most efficient tools for a large UX production environment

I'm currently reviewing best/most efficient tools for a large UX production
environment and would be interested in hearing experiences from other UXers
who have been down this well worn path before.

The ideal solution for me would be one single tool that:

1.

13 Jul 2009 - 5:25pm
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ALISON RAND
2008

Job: Hot Studio New York Principal position available

LEADERSHIP
+ Provide creative direction and leadership on all projects within
the New York office
+ Work collaboratively with the San Francisco leadership team on the
evolution of a common design process and shared level of exceptional
quality

+ Lead and/or attend weekly meetings: Hot all-hands, New York office,
Hot leadership, user experience/visual design, etc.

+ Collaborate with Hot project managers in New York and San Francisco
to help manage projects

+ Represent Hot within the New York design and business communities
and beyond: public speaking, workshops, conference participation,
etc

13 Oct 2010 - 9:55am
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Dan Harrelson
2007

JOBS: Design and engineering positions in San Francisco and New York

Hot Studio is a leading experience design company with offices in San Francisco and New York. Dedicated to creating elegant solutions for complex design challenges, we collaborate with business leaders, innovative organizations, and emerging companies to create breakthrough products and services that have global reach and local impact. Our clients include Cisco, Warner Music Group, Palm, eBay, Zinio, Ancestry.com, SFMOMA, and California Academy of Sciences.

13 Sep 2007 - 5:25am
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7 years ago
2 replies
Joe Lanman
2007

Telecommuting via robot

Interesting Guardian article:

'The worker you have to plug in'

IvanAnywhere doesn't look like much, but the robot devised by Ivan Bowman
makes remote working and interacting with his colleagues much easier, says
Matt Walcoff

http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2007/sep/13/guardianweeklytechnologysection.news

Joe

William Hudson
2009

Human Error, Messages and Feedback Webinar on 2 August

(Apologies if you receive more than one of these.)

Human Error, Messages and Feedback Webinar on 2 August at 16:30 London Time

The Webinars are useful because they give great value and are convenient in bite size chunks. I can pass the most relevant information onto the team without everyone having to take a day off to go to a class presentation…
- George Harris, IT Director, Paperstone

19 Mar 2007 - 8:18pm
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pabini
2004

Reminder: IxDA Silicon Valley Event :: Life Beyond Embodiment :: Wednesday, March 21st

IxDA Silicon Valley Event: Life Beyond Embodiment Presentation by Leandro
Agrò

Date: Wednesday, March 21, 2007
Socializing and refreshments: 7-7:30 pm
Program: 7:30-9:30 pm
Place: Yahoo!, Sunnyvale
Directions: http://www.baychi.org/calendar/20070321a/directions/

Some years ago, Paul Dourish introduced the concept of embodiment, which
describes the distance between bytes and atoms.

11 Feb 2009 - 11:45am
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Laurie Mohler
2009

User Recruiting Firm suggestions

My company (Lakamo Recruiting) specializes in Usability recruiting.
One of the most important criteria for Usability recruiting is having
recruiters who understand what Usability does, why it differs from
Focus Groups, and what are the challenges inherent to Usability
recruiting.

Smaller companies that get to know your recruiting needs will usually
do a better job. It is much more personal and the recruiters are paid
to think, not just to sit in a room dialing.

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17 Sep 2008 - 2:39pm
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Terms:
NYC IxDA
2008
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)!

 

   

12 May 2011 - 6:30am
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Maurice
2009

Stupid Pop-Up Windows you can't bypass unless...

I absolutely "hate it" when website throw me a pop-up window asking me to Sign-up when I don't even know one sliver or 'string' (from string theory) about them. Even worse there is no way to escape, refuse or close the darn thing.
Thanks. I'll never return again.


Please if you have ever done this, stop it.
It does not work! It just pisses people off! If you insist on doing it atlease give me a way to close or skip it.
I have seen similar insane tactics on some of those Daily Deals website.

Case in point: