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16 Dec 2009 - 1:19am
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5 years ago
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Veena
2008

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6 Jan 2008 - 7:53pm
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Jarod Tang
2007

Mozilla Weave, the browser stepping to onlnie service it's self

Hi guys:
http://labs.mozilla.com/2007/12/introducing-weave/;
no double, the weave is some interesting step to lead the firefox going
futhur, and it's also interesting, it mentions "enhancing user experience"
and adopt persona/senario style use case.
Quite interesting to see how it'll go.

Cheers
-- Jarod

--
IxD for better life style.

http://jarodtang.blogspot.com

6 Jan 2006 - 1:09pm
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Richard I. Anderson
2005

Managing User Experience Groups

Hi,

"Managing User Experience Groups" is the title of a 6-session evening
course that Lillian Svec and I will be teaching a in Silicon Valley
beginning January 25.

8 Mar 2012 - 6:51am
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3 years ago
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netwiz
2010

Login/register during checkout

There are a number of models for login/register during checkout. Some sites insist that you do one or the other. Some have an additional 'continue without doing either' option. Some signpost the 'do nothing' option as 'register later' , and provide the capability to do so.

I'd be interested to hear of practical examples as to the relative merits of the various models, and what the issues are. Has anyone implemented this type of process into an existing checkout process?

thanks

Nick

15 May 2006 - 12:51pm
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9 years ago
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Christopher Fahey
2005

Aesthetic craft (was "Elements of InteractionDesign")

Jonas wrote:
> 3. no communal sense of the "aesthetics of use" and no established
> venues for collectively developing such a sense.

When you write "aesthetics of use", I think of the difference in "feel"
between, say, using Flickr and using Amazon.com. The amount of information
per interface, the complexity, density, and compartmentalization of
affordances, the difference in mental models and motivations. Is this what
you mean?

6 Apr 2007 - 7:22pm
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Yury Frolov
2006

[JOB] Studio Asterisk* seeks Senior IA/IxD, Contract - SF Bay Area

Folks, we are urgently looking for senior level IA/IxD help.
Please take a look.
Thanks!
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Yury Frolov
Design Director
Studio Asterisk* Inc.
GUI Strategy | User Experience | Brand

v 415 374 7478
f 702 446 7840

http://www.studioasterisk.com
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Title: Senior IA/Interaction Designer
Location: San Jose area or TBD
Compensation: DOE, contract

We have several open reqs for Senior IA/Interaction Designer.
– One is an on-site engagement in the San Jose area working on an
internal softwa

31 Aug 2010 - 2:42pm
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javier velasco
2007
1 Dec 2009 - 7:15am
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5 years ago
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Sohel Kapasi
2008

How would you prefer to keep the screen elements which are rarely useful in the modules/applications/screens?

Most of the time while working with heavy data intensive application I
have encountered that there is 20 to 30% of the
modules/webparts/portlates/functionality are rarely useful for the
end-users in most of the applications for example elements like News,
Article, Record Summery, Archive Records, User Summery, Report
Summery, etc..

17 Mar 2006 - 3:47pm
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Nasir Barday5
2006

NYC IxDA Event: WireFARM 2006, April 13th @ 6:30 pm

NYC IxDA IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE
WireFARM 2006

Come to WireFARM '06 and share your prototyping techniques!
Interaction Designers use many tools to mock-up user interfaces,
including paper and pencil, PowerPoint, Visio, Dreamweaver,
Photoshop, and Fireworks. We also tend to grow our own techniques,
and rarely have a chance to share them. We will feature presentations
from local designers, each showing off current best practices in
prototyping.

NOTE: We are looking for presenters.

5 Apr 2006 - 7:18pm
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Steve L Eisman
2005

UX Career Opp with UnitedHealth Group - MA or MN

Ingenix is one of the largest health care information and research companies in
the industry. No one competitor offers the same breadth of products and services
as Ingenix. In fact, our competitors strive to copy what we have done. We offer
the most comprehensive set of data, technology and analytic capabilities. The
power of our products and services help customers leverage information assets,
enhance clinical and financial insight, increase the quality of health care
delivery and administration and improve cost management. It is a part of the
UnitedHealth Group organization.