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8 Feb 2006 - 6:46pm
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Scott Spears
2006

Job posting: Usability Engineer / Interaction Designer - Symantec in Roseville, MN

Usability Engineer - Symantec Corporation

Location: Roseville, MN
Position Type: Full-time
Web Site: http://www.symantec.com/ <http://www.symantec.com/>
<http://www.exactacorp.com/>

Description:

As an Interaction Designer, you will work with a family of technically
complex cross-platform enterprise products on a rigorous development
path. Analyzing business requirements, you will define user
requirements.

23 Apr 2009 - 3:02am
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6 years ago
3 replies
majid dadgar
2008

optimized keyboards(lay-outs) target users?

Greetings,

there has been a discussion here on who might be target user of redesigned
optimized keyboards (lay-outs) here: professional typist or the one who is
about to get familiar with typing with keyboards?! that is if I'm optimizing
a keyboard in user centred design process, which of those two should be the
one who gets involved in UCD iterative process and gathering feedbacks. One
side says: if a professional typist could type with some optimized lay-out
well, then the one with less knowledge of computer should enter text well
too; the other side says vice versa.

18 Nov 2008 - 10:43am
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6 years ago
7 replies
tonyzeoli
2008

Any thoughts on placement of company contact information?

Over the past few years, I¹ve been imploring smaller companies who have
brochure-ware sites or have a limited product offering to put their contact
information (address, tel, email, fax) and if need by, their support
telephone and email on the homepage. Usually, in the header or footer
depending on the overall site design.

17 Mar 2004 - 1:02am
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kaushikg at vsnl.net
2004

Blow up your cell phone

Hi,

Found a very interesting discussion on the future design space of the mobile internet.

Blow up your cell phone.
by Phil Agre, UCLA
http://jove.eng.yale.edu/pipermail/eas-info/2001/000353.html

Kaushik Ghosh
Researcher
Human Factors International

13 Jul 2009 - 6:25pm
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ALISON RAND
2008

Job: Hot Studio New York Principal position available

LEADERSHIP
+ Provide creative direction and leadership on all projects within
the New York office
+ Work collaboratively with the San Francisco leadership team on the
evolution of a common design process and shared level of exceptional
quality

+ Lead and/or attend weekly meetings: Hot all-hands, New York office,
Hot leadership, user experience/visual design, etc.

+ Collaborate with Hot project managers in New York and San Francisco
to help manage projects

+ Represent Hot within the New York design and business communities
and beyond: public speaking, workshops, conference participation,
etc

11 Sep 2008 - 2:06am
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Jeremy Yuille
2007

[Scholarship] IxD + Visualization = UX

Dear IxDA colleagues<
please feel free to pass this on to interested and relevant people.

The Loupe project, based at the Australasian CRC for Interaction Design
(ACID) is researching the intersection of interaction design and
visualization, with an aim to enhance the experience of working with complex
and large sets of financial data.

23 Feb 2005 - 7:57pm
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10 years ago
8 replies
Austin Govella
2004

Defining the mental model

(I hope this isn't a duplicate message, but I didn't see the first one
go through.)

I'm fleshing out a structural definition of "mental model," and I've
posted what I have so far:
* http://thinkingandmaking.com/entry/48/

If any of you are particularly interested in the subject, I'd love to
hear some feedback on whether you think I'm dead-on, dead-wrong,
crazy, or have muddled things when I was trying to make them clear.

Thanks,
--
Austin Govella
Thinking & Making: IA, UX, and IxD
http:/

13 Dec 2006 - 9:03am
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Meghna Bhatt
2006

[iai-members] pattern or feature inventory (as in content inventory)

Jay, if you are looking at a complete software solution which does both
'capture' and 'present', Adobe Captivate (formerly RoboDemo) will be a very
good option (disclaimer: I haven't used it yet).

* Capture: it can record mouse movements and keyboard activity, audio
* Store: You can store the multimedia captured in a library and drag and
drop it into your slides
* Present: publishing options include SWF; standalone files for Windows, Mac
OS, and Linux; Microsoft Word, HTML pages, PPT (with the embedded flash
file)

You can find more info on the product here:

12 Sep 2007 - 11:12am
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Janna DeVylder
2006