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1 May 2005 - 3:12am
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10 years ago
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mprove
2004

reboot7: Copenhagen.dk, June 10-11

reboot 7.0
June 10-11
Copenhagen
Denmark

reboot is the european meetup for the practical visionaries who are building tomorrow one little step at a time, using new models for creation and organization -- in a world where the only entry barrier is passion.
reboot is two days in june filled with inspiration, perspective, good conversations and interesting people.

This year¹s theme is the new ways ahead. After more than 10 years of old ways of creation, old values, and old models for communicating and organizing ourselves, new ways are emerging. That is what reboot7 is about.

24 Nov 2008 - 3:37pm
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7 years ago
5 replies
jabbett
2008

Retain "obvious" instructions?

I've been working on a redesign of the web-based user interface for a
personal health record platform, and I began to wonder -- do I need to
retain the one-line instruction that seems to be on the top of every major
data listing (medications, lab tests, immunizations, etc.):

"Click any item in the list to see more detail" (or something similar
to that effect)

The title of each list item is hyperlinked with underlined, blue text.

I guess the bigger questions are:

Do I assume my users' basic browsing abilities at my own peril?
Does even a basic task of web usage need to be fi

12 Jun 2008 - 10:29am
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7 years ago
3 replies
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Santiago Bustelo
2010

Prototyping & GOMS

CogTool, developed by Carnegie Mellon University's HCI Institute, has
a really interesting approach: perform a KLM-GOMS simulation over the
prototype.
http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~bej/cogtool/

Sadly, current version is frustrating to use, to say the least. I hope
they find the support and funding needed to take the project further,
but I won't expect a miracle...

30 Nov 2009 - 7:42am
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6 years ago
3 replies
Peter Van Dijck
2008

Google redesign: nothing between me and my search bar

(Apologies for crosspost)
Hi all,
Google's slowly rolling out a rather drastic redesign. I wrote a little
review (you can try it out yourself following the instructions) and would
love to hear thoughts on it.
http://poorbuthappy.com/ease/archives/2009/11/30/4670/the-new-google-design-nothing-between-me-and-my-search-bar

Cheers,
Peter

--
http://petervandijck.com
Skype id: peterkevandijck
USA tel (SkypeIn nr.): (646) 502-8604

15 Apr 2013 - 11:18pm
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janevita
2010

Call for Interactive Art Installation Proposals

Sao Paulo - Co-located conference with SBGames
URL of this specific call:

4 Feb 2005 - 10:08am
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11 years ago
1 reply
Aby Rao
2004

Blogs of people from User Experience community

I read the InsideGoogle blog which has a list of Google employee blogs.
Was wondering if there is any website/blog that lists out blogs of
people from the User Experience community. If not, Dave, Is there anyway
IxDG can maintain a blog database of members on this list.

Regards,

Aby Rao

User Experience Engineer
SilkRoad technology <http://www.silkroadtech.com/>

21 Apr 2008 - 4:41am
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7 years ago
2 replies
Nicolas Cohen
2007

Navigation labeling in an industry shift

Hi,

I'm working on a music website for music fans here in Argentina and
I'm having doubt labeling a navigation item.
Music records in my country are commonly known as "Discos" which means
Discs, in a direct reference to vinyl and CDs.
The issue is that now several groups are releasing their music in mp3,
only trhough a website, on cellphones, etc...
The website still reviews this releases, but i don't feel comfortable
keeping the old label.
The problem is that there is no agreed label for these.

The website is not very big, so audience from it will probably read
other web

21 Jun 2012 - 2:06pm
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3 years ago
2 replies
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alotofmath
2011

Web analytics question

Hi,

I am assessing some web products we use at a library. (Yes, not a very exciting environment, but what can you do?)

Can anyone show me some good examples of how to present this sort of data in a report?  And, any good resources on the topic of analytics I can refer to that you may know of?

19 Nov 2008 - 8:08am
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Itamar Medeiros
2006

IxDA Shanghai Face-to-Face Meeting: BRING YOUR CAMERAS!

Quick update on our Face-to-face meeting next week: Nan-Xiang Sheng --
Senior User Research for HP -- will talk about the user research work HP is
doing in Shanghai! And don't forget to bring your cameras: HP will provide a
few printers for us to try out their photo-quality printing features during
the event!

Hope to see you all there next week,

{ Itamar Medeiros } IxDA Local Coordinator, Shanghai

The Interaction Design Association (IxDA) is a
member-supported organization committed to serving
the needs of the international interaction design
community.

11 Feb 2011 - 9:24am
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4 years ago
1 reply
darci
2009