Discussion Archive

1 Aug 2006 - 3:37pm
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Peter Merholz
2004

Business Value of User Experience Survey - Please Participate!

IxDers--

This summer, Adaptive Path is kicking off research to further explore
the business value of user experience. This work will expand upon
ideas first presented in our 2004 report, Leveraging Business Value:
How ROI Changes User Experience.

We're looking for your help to validate our ideas. If you have a
minute, please complete our Business Value of User Experience survey.

24 Feb 2012 - 4:28am
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Hitoshi Enjoji
2007

Several Services' Account Unification

I would like to know whether there are good practices to unify several services' account.

14 Sep 2009 - 11:45am
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Steve Cumbia
2009

[JOB] Interaction Designer, Florence SC, ACS Technologies, Full Time

Research and Development

ACS Technologies is a leading provider of software solutions and
services to churches and faith- based organizations. The R&D department
is responsible for creating cutting-edge applications that fit into that
market and are geared towards supporting the administrative and ministry
needs of our customers

The Position: Interaction Designer

The Interaction Designer is responsible for the workflow design of Web
application user interfaces.

30 Jul 2008 - 9:33pm
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Peter Merholz
2004

[PLUG] Discounts for Upcoming Adaptive Path Events; Online, SF, and Copenhagen

Folks--

Many things are happening with our events over at Adaptive Path. Use
the promotional code FOPM when registering for any of these and
receive 15% off.

On August 6th, Brandon will be presenting a live virtual seminar on
“Showing the Value of UX.”
http://www.adaptivepath.com/events/2008/aug/virt.php

It takes place 10:00am Pacific, 1pm Eastern, and 5pm GMT.

14 Jun 2005 - 12:15pm
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9 years ago
2 replies
Vishal Subraman...
2005

usability study methodology

I'm conducting a usability study of a U.S army corps of engineers website.
The most important component is a task analysis. In this case we sit along
with the subject and have a dialogue with them as they go along with the
task (talk to them about what they are thinking, try getting their thoughts
out), and give them hints if they are stuck etc, until they get to the
result (all info is captured in the coding sheets).

Another research I recently noticed used a diametrically different approach.
They just give the task to the subjects and left them on their own.

2 Jun 2009 - 8:57am
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Mabel Ney
2008
20 Jun 2007 - 1:29pm
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7 years ago
4 replies
bhekking
2006

Ideas for transitional effects in graphs

Hi -

Our team is exploring ways to effectively show transitional effects in
graphs (i.e., bars, lines, pies, etc...). That is, as the underyling
graph data change in realtime, we want to show the transition taking place,
through animation.

20 Dec 2006 - 1:05pm
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bcopello at ari...
2006

Job: Information Architect /NYC /Ariel Partners/ Fulltime/ or long term contract

Ariel Partners LLC; has an immediate opening in NYC for a Sr.
Information Architect. This can be a full time position with Ariel
Partners; but long term consulting will be equally considered.

*Description*

The focus is designing for leading edge interactive *Ajax* web (thin
client, rich GUI or RIA), developing screens to help a large client and
its sub-agencies manage critical resources - The IA will work closely
with business analysts, clients, and the UI development team.

6 Oct 2006 - 11:34am
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Dante Murphy
2006

FW: Question related to "IKEA-manual".

Our company just got wireless headsets, and this is the online manual.
Click on the "SETUP" tab to see an example of animated pictogram-based
instruction.

http://www.plantronics.com/media/media_resources/interactive/plantronics
_supraplus.html

Personally, I found it to be fairly good, but not perfect.

Dante

27 Feb 2008 - 11:08am
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Joe Lanman
2007

Heft and depth of content (was Portfolios)

>
> Do you find a danger, without a walk-thru, that the person you want to see
> the portfolio doesn't get to the full depth of what you have to show?
>
> I see this as almost an inherent problem with interactive navigation and
> the
> limitation of the screen boundaries to be able to convey what sort of
> material is behind any given screen

Firstly, I think this is an excellent point.