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11 Jun 2004 - 2:46am
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10 years ago
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kaushikg2004 at...
2004
23 Jul 2009 - 4:20pm
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Erin Myers
2009

[JOB] Mid-level User Experience Lead, Washington, DC, Full Time

Threespot User Experience Leads are responsible for defining successful high-level strategies, as well as tactical solutions, for client projects including multimedia, print, social media strategies, web sites, web-based applications, and technology solutions.

UX Leads gather, define, and clarify clients' business objectives, brand, and audiences, and translate this understanding into documentation that defines the "big idea' and guiding creative vision that will shape the entire project.

Because our process at Threespot is fundamentally collaborative, UX Leads must be able to work inde

12 Feb 2010 - 3:54pm
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5 years ago
3 replies
Kayan Ng
2009

Flash Rotators

Flash Rotators, should we have users activate them? Should we have a
pause, stop button? Should they be rotating at all? I saw that Yahoo
Lifestyle recently added command buttons to their pages
http://ca.lifestyle.yahoo.com/. I personally have never believed in
their efficiency in conveying multiple messages but it looks like I am
stuck with them. I want to at least make the user's experience as easy
as possible. I have looked for articles and research to prove my point
but have not found much. I hope you guys can help, Thoughts?

Thanks,

Kayan

10 Apr 2006 - 8:15pm
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Cindy Lu
2006

No Exit Point in Wizard Design

When I went through the process of transitioning from hotmail to Windows Live Mail Beta, I noticed that the wizard only had the "Continue" button. There was no way to get out except for closing the browser. Even the top logo was not linked to anywhere.

I had no problem of going through the wizard to make the transition successful.

9 Feb 2008 - 5:31pm
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7 years ago
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Juhan Sonin
2003

Question: Experience with Dojo?

Does anyone have any experience with leveraging Dojo (http://dojotoolkit.org/
) on a production app?

We prototyping an open source survey service and using the Dojo js
framework; we're questioning our choice.

Any words of wisdom?

Thanks in advance,
Juhan

9 Jun 2004 - 4:37pm
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10 years ago
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Jim Hoekema
2004

interface standards - the CE space

Dave Collins makes an excellent point regarding consumer electronics:
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> In the case of stereo equipment, the companies are still jockeying for
> position, and whether they like it or not, the interface to their device
> is still strongly perceived by the user to *be* the device.

5 Jan 2010 - 6:07pm
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Chicago IxDA4
2007

[EVENT] IxDA CHICAGO JAN 13th @ IDEO : Embracing the Physical | Digital Divide

Come to IDEO Chicago's new downtown location to learn more about their
unique user-centered design process. The IDEO design community will
share a few recent projects that intersect the overlap of physical and
digital interaction. The IDEO design community will also show and tell
some current inspirations from the physical and digital world. To end,
we will open up a discussion with the design community on how to
consider the physical/digital divide when designing interactions.

31 Dec 2008 - 12:15pm
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Richard I. Anderson
2005

interactions magazine, January+February 2009

Just published:
interactions magazine, January+February 2009
http://interactions.acm.org/

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(Welcome) Interactions: Time for Some Change
Richard Anderson, Jon Kolko
Full article for free

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Section: The Potential for Technology-Enabled Connections

Social Network Sites and Society: Current Trends and Future Possibilities
Nicole Ellison, Cliff Lampe, Charles Steinfield

90 Mobiles in 90 Days: A Celebration of Ideas for Mobile User Experience
Rachel Hinman

(Under Development) Kids, Education, and Cellular Handsets
Jakkaphan Tangkuampien

A

28 May 2010 - 7:24pm
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4 years ago
4 replies
KathyAlberts
2010
8 Dec 2003 - 11:45am
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Greg Petroff
2004

2020 show and kinex

I saw it and thought they totally missed the point.
Kinex is a really great set of toys for people who
enjoy building things. The purpose of the toy is its
"complicated" assembly of the pieces and not the final
thing that it can do. Kinex is really something that
is a "hobbyist" toy and the user experience is the
building of it not the final product.