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21 Jan 2010 - 1:35pm

Early Bird Pricing for Adaptive Path Events Ends 1/31 Use your 15% IxDA Discount

Hi IxDA,

Early bird registration ends January 31st, and IxDA members get an
additional 15% off current pricing:

*MX 2010* <http://mxconference.com/>* *
*Managing Experiences Across the Web and Beyond*
*A conference for people who take a leadership role in guiding better
experiences into the world.
*March 7-8*
The Intercontinental San Francisco
$1,595 regular price


*UX Intensive Amsterdam <http://www.adaptivepath.com/events/2010/uxi/>*
*Our popular four-day workshop se

19 Mar 2007 - 2:21pm
peter.j.dubin a...

JOB: Client Experience Planner, New York, JP Morgan Chase, Full-time

The Global Client Access(GCA) division of JP Morgan Chase provides clients
worldwide with access to the firm’s treasury management transaction and
information services, through Internet, PC Workstation, and direct data
transmission channels.  The organization has end-to-end responsibility for
these channels, including sales support, client experience, product
management, delivery, implementation, fulfillment, technical support, and
platform operations.

We are currently hiring for a Client Experience Planner in the New York

The Client Experience Planner is responsible for id

11 Sep 2009 - 3:03pm
5 years ago
10 replies

web video content

Working on a project which has a video explaining a new product. The video, as it stands now, is about 5 minutes and has a beginning, a middle, and an end. The beginning is a (rather boring and technical) introduction: "Hi, I'm so-and-so, I invented this product and this is why." Then it gets into how to use the product. The video editor (who comes from a television background) feels strongly that we need the introduction first, for the flow/narrative.

12 May 2005 - 8:51am
Harry Brignull

Re: Narrowcasting (in reply to Ischai Cohen)


in reply to Ischai's question on public display screens, you might be
interested in some of the papers referenced here:
www.dynamo-interactive.com (maybe paradiso's acoustic knock tracking).
I've recently finished working on the above project and I've just
written my PhD thesis on this (summary at www.ux-design.net ) so you
might have luck if you browse these.

hope this helps

- Harry

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.

8 May 2006 - 3:43pm
Gallego, Michelle

Full Time Information Architect opportunity at Rapp Collins in Los Angeles

Rapp Collins provides innovative marketing, communications and
technology solutions, continuously searching for - and delivering - a
greater ROI on our clients' marketing investment. We are currently
seeking an Information Architect with 3+ years of demonstrable
experience leading information architecture development for web-based
projects. Information Architects work closely with the agency and client
team to develop user-centered solutions of varying sizes from
large-scale websites to smaller campaign micro-sites.

11 Mar 2010 - 1:20pm
5 years ago
3 replies
Drew Cogswell

Suggestions for Mobile design conference?

Does anyone have good suggestions on conferences focused on design for mobile applications or devices?  It could also be a conference with a mobile track or concentration.  I'm looking for the UX professional perspective, not development. Thanks for any suggestions!

24 Mar 2009 - 7:08pm
6 years ago
6 replies
Jonathan Warner

IxD Portfolio review resources

Can anyone suggest a resource for professional portfolio reviews? As
so many of us have migrated from other fields, creating a
straightforward portfolio is more difficult. The budding IxDA
mentorship initiative may eventually provide an opportunity here, but
I'm looking for something available now.

Moreover, I haven't found much in the way of IxD-specific portfolio
tips. (Thanks SCAD and this site for a couple good tidbits). Thanks
for any help anyone can offer.

- Jonathan

20 Jun 2009 - 4:11pm
6 years ago
4 replies
Suzanne Ginsburg

Seeking iPhone UX Designers

Hello IXDA community,

Has anyone brought an iPhone app to market? Did you take an end-to-
end user-centered design approach (upfront research, iterative
prototyping & all that fun stuff)?

I'm working on an article about user-centered iPhone app design.
Finding a range of real world examples has been a challenge given that
most apps have been designed by developers. If you're interested in
sharing your project with the group, please comment/reply to this