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25 Jun 2007 - 4:29pm
7 years ago
3 replies
Jeffrey D. Gimzek

Worlds Smallest Website

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Jeffrey D. Gimzek
Digital Experience Designer


26 Mar 2010 - 4:46pm
4 years ago
2 replies
Shima Kazerooni

Ways to Collaborate within the UX Team?


I was wondering what ways other UX team members and managers use to encourage their team to collaborate.  We have a big UX group (more than 20 people) including designers, researchers, writers, and implementers and would like to encourage them to collaborate more. 



29 Mar 2006 - 3:59pm
8 years ago
1 reply
Dave Malouf

UXCampNE (note, it is now North East and not NYC) following up

Just coming back from the IA Summit, I did a bit of talking up of
BarCamp (see barcamp.org) and more specifically my idea for a barCamp
styled event this year on the NE side of the the Continental US.

I got some great energy and enthusiasm from people, and wanted to make
sure that some basic information about BarCamping was out there for
folks. As noted above the real details are on the BarCamp Wiki.

Ok, here's the dealio ...

BarCamp - Think of this as open source conference.
* no financial commitments to attend
* everyone who attends presents or helps out in another way.

15 Dec 2003 - 1:07pm
Dave Malouf

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14 Apr 2010 - 9:18am
4 years ago
2 replies
Marek Pawlowski

Deadline for MEX Conference scholarships this Friday

This Friday, 16th April, is the deadline to apply for one of the scholarships to attend the MEX Mobile User Experience Conference & Awards in London on 19th/20th May:


The 7th international MEX Conference brings together 100 of the deepest thinkers in mobile user experience for 2 days of expert learning, new idea creation and networking.

15 Sep 2004 - 3:43pm
Clay Newton

User Acceptance Testing

Normally I would not post a question so specific to the QA process,
but I have been tasked with helping to define the QA process for User
Acceptance Testing at my company.

Does anyone on the list have experience with putting procedures such
as this in place?

I have found next to no UAT resources on the web. Most of them are
links to QA courses. Is anyone aware of resources that describe
standard UAT methods? I would love to find a couple of really useful
books or URLs w/ information on this topic.


20 Dec 2010 - 7:47pm
gmb at asi-az.com

RE: [IxDA] Job Posting - User Experience Designer - Chicago, IL

Gary M. Bakken, PhD, CPE Analytica Systems International, Inc. 9390 N Calle Buena Vista Tucson, AZ 85704 (520) 882-5494

-----Original Message----- From: ixdaor@host.ixda.org [mailto:ixdaor@host.ixda.org] On Behalf Of Richard Carson Sent: Monday, December 20, 2010 5:21 PM To: Gary Bakken Subject: Re: [IxDA] Job Posting - User Experience Designer - Chicago, IL

I'm trying to focus on designing a new product. I think some research would
be needed in order to create and plan out some essential aspects for the


12 Jan 2009 - 10:22am
5 years ago
8 replies

Best Country for IxD

Hello Everyone,

Interaction design as most of us know is not understood by everyone. However
if we look relatively, the term is well understood in some countries while
other places its completely absent even on corporates.Although many firms
must be practicing IxD under different names. Considering a global
atmosphere, which countries do you think have advanced in this domain.


13 Feb 2006 - 5:45pm
8 years ago
1 reply
Steve Baty

Back to Top links - should these be translated for multi-language sites?!

Dear All,

Sorry to be asking such a basic question, but I don't have any research to
back up my belief so I throw myself on the collective wisdom of this list:

Should 'Back to top' - or equivalent - anchor links be translated into each
language of a multi-language site?

My instinctive reaction is 'yes': it would provide a consistent language
experience throughout the page and sitelet, and avoid any miscommunication
in something that should be a straight-forward navigation element.

9 Jan 2007 - 11:50am
7 years ago
2 replies
Leah Cunningham

swapping navs?

I'm working on a site where I've maxed out the left nav by the time I
get to the product level. Each product then has its own navigation
within it. The way I see it is that my options are pretty much swapping
out the left nav for the lower level nav, having a right hand nav for
the product, or finding some sort of innovative way to do it in the
whitespace.(the navs are too long to do as whitespace tabs). My
question is if anyone knows of any research done on whether users find
swapping out the left nav for lower level navs confusing.