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11 Jan 2007 - 10:41am
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Ari
2006

JOB: Sr. Experience Architect - New York, NY

Dotglu is currently seeking candidates for the position of Sr.
Experience Architect.

Dotglu is the Interactive and Direct Marketing Services division of
Kirshenbaum Bond + Partners. We specialize in the development of
inventive 1-to-1 marketing and loyalty programs in the direct and
interactive channels. We provide these services to a number of blue
chip brands including: BMW, Panasonic, Diageo, Citibank, Edward Jones,
NetJets, and Cibavision.

The Sr. Experience Architect is a critical member of the team.

6 Sep 2010 - 12:26am
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3 years ago
4 replies
neha
2009

RE: [IxDA] ethics, training and HFI

 Carl,

Having worked with HFI and having been an integral team member at some point in my career, I am in complete agreement with Eric. HFI is a place where everyone breathes UX. They strive hard to bring UX to the industry.

I remember Eric mentioning in one of his talk to the staff - 'Whenever I go to any company in India, I meet people who have worked with HFI at some point. I am glad that we have been able to  educate people and spread Usability in the Industry'. 

18 Jan 2005 - 4:28pm
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9 years ago
1 reply
jarango
2004

Design across cultures (Was Re: Offshoring)

Gerard wrote:

> It is difficult to
> design across cultures: just as I would have trouble understanding how
> to design for a client in Bangalore (unless I could spend time there,
> with my customer and their customers), so it would be difficult for a
> designer in Bangalore to do a remote design for a site in Canada.

This is a fascinating topic. We are currently doing research on
globalization and IA, and one of the models we're looking into has a
centralized IA team in an organization deciding preferred solutions
for different locales.

13 Mar 2007 - 6:50pm
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Josh
2006

The role of IxDA in career and practice building???

David,

Ideas:
* Mentoring - This was mentioned in an earlier thread, but I think it's an
awesome idea.
* Active Training
* Clearly Defined Job Descriptions
* Certifications - This one is a little scary.
* Address the questions from the business folk about how IxD makes/saves
money
* Peer review of designs/concepts that respect IP, so the business folk get
on board and feel comfortable sharing.

--
Josh Viney
EastMedia Group
http://www.eastmedia.com

26 Sep 2008 - 6:07pm
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Nancy Falkenburg
2004

job:: Manager, UED/San Diego, California/FTE/Intuit

Contact: me (nancy falkenburg, iPhone: 650.336.3645 or nancy_falkenburg at intuit.com

COMPANY NAME: Intuit
JOB LOCATION: San Diego, California
JOB TITLE: Manager, User Experience Design
JOB DURATION: FTE

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Intuit isn't just another place to work.

22 Jun 2009 - 6:06pm
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Dana Landry
2009

JOB: Information Architect/UX Designer, Contract opportunity in Portland, OR, FILTER (recruiter)

FILTER is seeking an Information Architect who also has an edge when it
comes to User Experience design. We're looking for someone who can
tackle deliverables including full interaction design and documentation,
wireframes and content organization, site maps/screen flow maps, design
recommendations/proposals, and working prototypes.

To be considered, you must be familiar with implementing and creating
usability studies, have experience writing functional specifications,
and have extensive knowledge of web technologies.

19 Dec 2007 - 4:39pm
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Dan Saffer
2003

Interaction08 Selling Out Soon and Other News

Just an update on Interaction08.

We had a tremendous response to our early bird registration and have
sold nearly 3/4 of the registrations for Interaction08. There are only
a limited number of available registrations left. We're reserving a
dozen or so for students and the remaining 50 for professionals. We
expect these to be sold quickly and the conference to sell out by mid-
January *at the latest*.

3 Jun 2011 - 10:22am
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2 years ago
1 reply
tstutts
2008

Seeking UI/UX partner in crime. Any takers?

Hi List,

I currently lead up a small design firm of sorts. We are positioned in a unique space, in that we perform the following three functions: - UI/ UX design for mobile, web and desktop applications - Creative coding for commercials, print and installations (specifically using OpenFrameworks and Processing) - Sound design for a variety of media

I'd contemplated phasing one or two of these areas out for the sake of specialization, but work continues to come in for each.

17 Sep 2004 - 2:52pm
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9 years ago
5 replies
Doug Anderson
2004

Re: Designer mobility to management (was ixd curriculum)

Hi Prady,

Interesting post. I wonder whether a correlation between variables is being mistaken for a causal relationship between them?

For the sake of discussion, let's take as true your perception about the negative correlation between design education and movement into management. A design education background is not likely a cause for comparatively low rates of migration into management (not likely to "handicap" one).

20 May 2005 - 7:30am
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Tricia (Bluesky...
2005

Registration, Account Activation and Forgotten Passwords.

I've read adaptive paths report on Registration and Login and am looking
for more information.

Does anyone know of any other sources?

Something more along the lines of Jakob Nielson's reports where he
explains the processes used and allows you to view the data.

The report from adaptive path was more of an executive summary, the two
sections I was most interested in "Authentication: username vs. email
address and "forgotten passwords: hint, reset, or email?" were two short
paragraphs.

Looking forward to your responses
Tricia