Discussion Archive

9 Jun 2005 - 7:26am
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Josh Seiden
2003

JOB: UI Designer, El Segundo, CA; Rochester, NY; Xerox; FT

I'm posting this opening for a recruiter. Please DO
NOT reply to me. See contact info below.

--------------------------

Xerox Corporation (NYSE:XRX) is a $15.7 billion
technology and services enterprise that helps
businesses deploy smart document management strategies
and find better ways to work.

9 Aug 2005 - 12:05pm
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Dave Malouf
2005

Podcast on Experience Design

Ok, a little self promotion, but I'm only doing it b/c it's a podcast.

http://www.thepreparedmind.com/pm/index.php/2005/07/20/podcast-3-experience-
design/

-- dave

David Heller
http://synapticburn.com/
http://ixdg.org/
Dave (at) ixdg (dot) org
Dave (at) synapticburn (dot) com
AIM: bolinhanyc || Y!: dave_ux || MSN: hippiefunk at hotmail.com<

11 Oct 2007 - 3:27pm
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6 years ago
3 replies
Billie Mandel
2005

Examples of excellent interaction design NOT on the web

OK - slight diversion, since it's not design for the web, but I had to
share this. Was just catching up with a friend with whom I've worked in
the past, and she shared the most exciting project her team has finished
lately:

http://www.smartdeck.com/

How cool is *that*?

-Billie

* * * * * * *
Billie Mandel | Manager, User Experience Design & Research | OPENWAVE |
billie.mandel at openwave.com

14 Feb 2008 - 9:52am
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6 years ago
2 replies
Nicholas Iozzo
2007

Agile & UCD (was Thoughts on AlanCooper'sKeynote)

Ugh, that last part was worded wrong:

____
You could do this pre-work in time it takes to do 2-3 development sprints. But, you have explored more designs then you ever would have been able to in over a dozen development sprints.
____

That should have sad:
You could do this pre-work in time it takes to do 2-3 development sprints. Without this prework, it would take you over a dozen development sprints to explore the same design space.

19 Jul 2010 - 5:15am
+1
4 years ago
11 replies
marianamota
2008

Why people still think that it is necessary to name links "click here"?

Hello,

I am a graphic and interactive designer and I just started a blog about usability with a webdeveloper. So, I would really like to hear from you guys. Suggestions, comments, constructive criticisms, are very welcome.

http://designdevelopmentusability.blogspot.com/
@ddusability

I hope you like and find it useful. :)

Many thanks,
Mariana Mota

www.marianamota.com
@marianamota

21 Feb 2012 - 1:31pm
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twhume
2012

Adaptive user interfaces, Magic Ink and contextual awareness

Hi

Shamefully late, I've come across the Magic Ink essay by Bret Victor[1]. I'm interested in his proposal for an ecosystem by which applications might promote sharing of topic and thus contextual awareness.

I can see this came up on this list back in 2007, but is anyone aware of critiques of this approach; implementations or attempted implementations; or other relevant material I could check out? I'm considering producing a dummy implementation of his proposed ecosystem to test and play with, and I'd like to know what's been done here already since he first wrote his paper.

28 Sep 2004 - 3:04am
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pabini
2004

No dinner before BayCHI/BayDUX Event on 10/12

The organizers of this event have decided to cancel the BayCHI dinner that
usually precedes the Monthly Program. We'll be serving refreshments during
the networking hour instead.

Pabini Gabriel-Petit
BayDUX Co-Chair
UXnet Local Ambassador
pabini at baydux.org
www.baydux.org

17 Sep 2004 - 2:52pm
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9 years ago
5 replies
Doug Anderson
2004

Re: Designer mobility to management (was ixd curriculum)

Hi Prady,

Interesting post. I wonder whether a correlation between variables is being mistaken for a causal relationship between them?

For the sake of discussion, let's take as true your perception about the negative correlation between design education and movement into management. A design education background is not likely a cause for comparatively low rates of migration into management (not likely to "handicap" one).

13 Aug 2007 - 3:27pm
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7 years ago
3 replies
Jack L. Moffett
2005

Req: Reference on readability of centered vsleft-justified text

Paul,

Not exactly, but here is a reference to a website for a book that
does discuss text alignment.

http://www.papress.com/thinkingwithtype/text/alignment.htm

Best,
Jack

On Aug 13, 2007, at 3:54 PM, Paul Schreiber wrote:

> Does anyone have a reference showing that left-justified text is more
> readable than centered text?
>
> Something like:
> (a) an academic study or paper
> (b) a textbook
> (c) a well-known graphic design book
>
&g

31 Jan 2007 - 12:59am
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Nancy Falkenburg
2004

Job: Senior Interaction designer (CONTRACT) @ Intuit (Mt. View, CA)

We're looking for an exceptional interaction designer with a solid
design portfolio and extensive experience with user-centered design and
usability.

If you're interested in the challenge of transforming the #1 most
admired software company's consumer-target web sites and delivering
great customer experiences, then Intuit is the place to do it because:
We are serious about creating a great web experience for our customers;
customers are our #1 priority, and we're willing to invest both people
and dollars behind our current initiatives to deliver on that goal.