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22 Feb 2008 - 11:07am
7 years ago
1 reply
MJ Broadbent

NYC February '08 event: Kudos all around!

Kudos all around for a wonderfully successful event in New York City
last night!

We had about 35 people attend David Lipkin's very thoughtful and well-
designed presentation on "The Interaction in Interactive TV". You
could have heard a pin drop in there last night.

Special props to:

-- David himself, who was an absolute trooper to come and pull this
off, seeing as he was barely surviving day four of the horrendous flu
going around. Many, many thanks David!

-- Icon Nicholson, for being the quintessential host.

17 Mar 2005 - 3:38pm
Dave Malouf

UXnet NYC summary and call for others to comment (i.e. Memory help)


The above link is to my pretty weak blog entry about the UXnet event I
organized earlier this week.

I was talkin' a lot and not takin' good notes as I should have been if I
wanted to blog about it, so I put up some cursory notes, and would love for
people to fill in the blanks with their own thoughts and summaries in the
comments area.

-- dave

David Heller

5 Sep 2007 - 7:07am
7 years ago
2 replies
Jarod Tang

Anti Read: Want to build the next “hot” technology? Design it so that it enables complexity.

Want to build the next "hot" technology? Design it so that it enables
should say, this article is quite a anti experience to read, too abstract
but you'll see some real example of it.

23 Feb 2009 - 2:40pm
6 years ago
4 replies
Greg Bosque

Questions regarding the use of arrows with navigational flyout menus

Looking to get some feedback on your experiences regarding the use of
fly-out menus within top-level website navigation. Here is a link to a
JPEG file that provides three examples:

1. Linked in
2. New York Magazine
2 Yahoo Travel


Each example uses arrows next to several of the navigation labels to
indicate additional options. However not all act consistently with
some requiring just a simple roll-over while others a physical click.

My questions to the group are:


16 Aug 2010 - 9:35am
Neil Lee

Re: [IxDA] iMockups for iPad?

> I was wondering if anyone had tried the iMockup for the iPad (wireframe > tool). > Is it worth it, or just another thingy? Is the iPad a worth while tool for > running "any" productive apps, or for more /convenient/ surfing?

There's a small discussion I kicked off a while ago about wireframing on the iPad[1] that may be of interest.

I now have a copy of iMockups that I've been dipping into here and there. For fast stuff it's pretty good, but I haven't built anything complex with it yet.

19 Sep 2005 - 9:05am
Kristen Groh

JOB: IA position, VSA Partners, Chicago

VSA Partners has an immediate opening for an Information Architect.

21 Aug 2006 - 4:09am
John Grøtting

VC World notices good user experiences

I track a few VC blogs and found a nice article from Jeff Nolan about
websites that offer a good user experience. Check out his comments:

John Grøtting

Grøtting + Sauter
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22765 Hamburg

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7 Jan 2008 - 1:06pm
7 years ago
3 replies
Dave Malouf

Interaction08 is Sold Out! - waiting list being created

Hey gang,

Interaction08 is officially sold out. We may have some spaces open up
due to cancellations (I doubt it), so we are opening up a waiting

22 Jul 2008 - 2:33pm
Boston IxDA

Boston Interactions Social - It's on!

Hello IxDA'ers, the organisers for tonight's event just had a conf- all and
with the forecast improving all the time, the nearest rain in western MA
showing no signs of moving this way and current conditions in Cambridge:
warm & sunny... we are going ahead with tonight's event.

6-8pm, Potluck
Directions to Danehy Park: http://BostonCHI.org/danehy_directions.html
Look for the orange tables

Really looking forward to seeing some of you there.

20 Jun 2007 - 2:29pm
7 years ago
4 replies

Ideas for transitional effects in graphs

Hi -

Our team is exploring ways to effectively show transitional effects in
graphs (i.e., bars, lines, pies, etc...). That is, as the underyling
graph data change in realtime, we want to show the transition taking place,
through animation.