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7 Jul 2010 - 9:35am
ella Kallish

Re: [IxDA] How to develope a carrer in this filed, how can a beginner make a begining

Call me and well talk - Ella Kallish 305-931-7296

> From: rakeshsriram > Reply-To: > Date: Wed, 07 Jul 2010 04:54:40 -0500 > To: Ella Kallish > Subject: Re: [IxDA] How to develope a carrer in this filed, how can a beginner > make a begining > > may be there were discussions some where before but it is so hard to go along > the archives . > > and I graduated in Computer scince . > > thank you > > (((Please leave all content below this line))) > ___________________________________________________________

11 Feb 2008 - 9:45am
8 years ago
3 replies
Todd Warfel

Thanks to all at IxDA

I just wanted to thank everyone for coming to the IxDA conference. I
wanted to thank all the extremely talented speakers, those who
tirelessly organized and put on this conference, and all the attendees
who showed up and made this one of the best conferences I've ever been
to. It definitely met my expectations.

I also wanted to thank everyone who attended and participated in my
prototyping workshop.

20 Apr 2009 - 4:56pm

[JOB] Sr User Experience Designer / Seattle, WA / Amazon.com / Full Time


The Amazon.com Retail Customer Experience team is seeking an
innovative, self-motivated user experience designer to lead new design
initiatives and champion a variety of customer experience improvements on our
product detail pages. The ideal
candidate will exhibit an uncanny sense for providing elegant, mainstream
presentations of expansive content and assorted feature types.


Online reports and flexible data display grids -- good examples for non-technical users?

Hello, I am embarking on a large project to redesign an online reporting tool for a non-technical audience.


Background: Today, this tool exists in an online service for a very large non-technical user base. The reports are very important to this user base to track personal sales, team sales, personal data and team data. The user base itself is largely non-technical, and generally are not very interested or familiar with reporting tools and often refer to themselves almost as scared of reports in general.

11 Oct 2006 - 12:52pm
9 years ago
2 replies
dani malik

SF Bay Area Design Cocktail Hour(s), 6:30pm October 18

Join us for the first installment of a brand new monthly design get-
together. Geek out with your fellow designers and toss a few back.
This month we'll be meeting at Catalyst in SoMA, on Harriet at Bryant
(between 6th and 7th). Food is available at Catalyst.

Next Wednesday, October 18
6:30 pm
Catalyst Cocktails
312 Harriet Street, SF

Hope to see you there!

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29 Dec 2009 - 2:02pm
Brent Rogers

Senior Interaction Design Engineers need in San Jose/ Santa Clara

Hello! I am a recruiter at CISCO. I have a number of permanent Senior
Interaction Design Engineer job openings.

I am looking for Interaction Design Engineers with expertise in one
or more of the following: intant messenger, web conferencing, SaaS,
cloud, security, online meetings, Symbian, iPhone, Windows Mobile OS
and Blackberry.

Please contact me if you are interested or if you know someone that
might be interested.

Thanks in advance,

breroger at cisco.com

9 Jan 2012 - 5:22pm
4 years ago
2 replies
Rob Nero

CES 2012 Attendees?

Any interaction designers attending CES 2012 in Las Vegas this week?

Any recommendations of booths to view? Products to touch?


[WORKSHOP] Nov 14: Building iPhone Apps the Easy Way!

My company Bamboudesign (http://www.bamboudesign.com) is organizing a
workshop to train designers and developers on a new iPhone-like SDK
called Ansca Corona, that makes it easy to build iPhone apps. Join us
on November 14 in San Francisco!

15 Mar 2004 - 11:35am
12 years ago
1 reply
Matthew Goddard

About Face 2

Donna Maurer (http://www.maadmob.net/donna/blog/) was asking for book
recommendations to give "someone new to large site design...

2 Mar 2010 - 6:27pm
6 years ago
1 reply

Looking for Great Registration/Purchase Paths

Hi, I am working on creating a streamlined, potentially integrated registration/purchase process for an online subscription product. Does anyone have any recommendations on site with clean, simple purchase paths ala Netflix?

Thanks in advance for the help.