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2 Jan 2008 - 9:15pm
7 years ago
11 replies
Hussein Ahmed8

Leading websites using Web 2.0

In fact Chaitrali, you are using one of the powerful Web 2.0
applications in terms of usability which is Gmail. Another also by
google is Google Maps.

6 Oct 2004 - 2:45pm
10 years ago
1 reply
1 Aug 2013 - 1:03pm

Account Validation emails

I was working on login experience for our product, and while we have account validation system for newly registered user, by sending an email to the users, I am having a hard time convincing my team to provide a 'Regenerate validation email' link. The Validation emails ofcourse have a expiration time, and there is quite a possibility the user may not access his email to complete his registration immediately.

8 Feb 2009 - 12:24pm
6 years ago
5 replies
Elroy Terzol

Dashboard Applications

Hello All,

I’m looking for Dashboard applications guidelines or research on this
subject. Any ideas on where should I start.



16 Jul 2009 - 10:43am
5 years ago
1 reply
Tino Truppel

Prototyping tool is looking for a new name

Dear IXDA list

You may already know RapidRabb.it: it is a real time collaborative
online platform which enables individuals and teams to create
interactive web and software prototypes fast and easily, and to test,
discuss and optimize them.

Now, we are looking for a new name. Although we liked our current name
very much, it comes with some disadvantages that lead to this
decision: especially when talking on the phone, people do not
understand the name and the writing. In addition, some asked us
whether we are an Italy-based company, which we are not.

14 Sep 2010 - 7:58pm
Fil Sapienza

Humor for IA and Usability People

For a brief break during the workday, I once posted some humor and satire about the field that was well received. Then the site ended and for awhile the humorous stuff was unavailable. I apologize for this outage. In response to ongoing requests by visitors, the humor has been restored and moved to http://www.filippsapienza.com/blog1/2010/02/02/humorous-writing/  



22 Oct 2004 - 5:03pm
Julian_Orr at p...

Form Field & Error Assistance Models


I am currently working on an information layer for web-based forms.

Wanted to see if people had seen examples of where field asstance or error
messages sit atop the form (in a layer) vs. showing the errors inline?

That or just good examples of inline errors and a statement of preference.

Trying to avoid page layout issues that would arise when long technial
error and
correction details thrown into the page, but also wanting to ensure
regardless of page position and when large grids vs.

11 Jan 2011 - 10:30am
William Hudson
5 Jun 2007 - 9:50pm
7 years ago
8 replies
Dave Malouf

HTC touch

Check out this product: http://www.htctouch.com/
It is by HTC.

Here's the dealio. it is an only touch interface device
It has similar specs as the iPhone (just no iPoding).
It concentrates more on video and photo than music.
touch-gestures for navigation.

It is built on top of Windows Mobile 6 but with significant customization.

Further they show the UI in their commercial on their web site.

The hardware is not nearly as compelling as the iPhone, but still not bad.


9 Apr 2008 - 10:51pm
6 years ago
3 replies

Committing changes to a database

Hi everyone

I am currently reviewing a desktop (i.e. NOT web) application that
involves mostly viewing and changing records in a database (via a
nice GUI front end).

In some places, changes are "committed" as soon as you enter them, a
bit like how Microsoft Access operates.