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13 Jun 2006 - 7:05pm
8 years ago
6 replies
Simon Asselbergs

inductive user interfaces

Hi All,

I am curious what your latest thoughts are microsofts inductive user interface model?

What are the latest ideas from Microsoft about "newer better" user interface models? (not considering the ribbon stuff)

The inductive user interface was published in 2001 http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/dnwui/html/iuiguidelines.asp)


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Advice for kicking off an online community for engagement?

Hi all, I'm looking for advice on how to engage a small group of people to be active (asking questions and answering others') in an online community of people going through a similar experience (in this case, pregnancy). 

20 Mar 2009 - 12:14pm
Dave Wood

Interaction Design from a visual communication perspective

I have recently joined the IxDA Basecamp and made the following
announcement. Jeremy Yuille has convinced me to post it in the main
discussion list too for a wider input from the IxD community:

"Hi IxD community,

I’m Dave Wood a lecturer in Interaction Design from the UK. I’m based
in Liverpool and I’m engaged in part-time doctoral study at Edinburgh
College of Art on a practice-based PhD.

Between now and 2013 I will be researching interaction design from a
visual communication perspective.

14 Jun 2007 - 1:22pm
4 years ago
7 replies
Grady Kelly

Theming of Web Applications ..


I am curious to know what the groups thoughts are about allowing users to
theme a web application. I work for a medical company where it has been
proposed that users be able to change the colors of our flagship application
to whatever they want, mostly their corporate colors, and a logo. Prior to
my arrival, developers made it so that any and everything could be changed,
icon & button colors, text colors, background, headers, you name it.

16 Feb 2011 - 1:02pm
3 years ago
8 replies
Diana Wynne

calling all wiki design gnomes

Hi all,

I'm cleaning up a 5-year-old wiki for a client and have been running into the usual tensions between imposing order (through better design and IA) and maintainability.

It's an internal resource for an IT group, and has been a very successful repository for specs, meeting notes, and requirements docs, despite how primitive the MediaWiki platform is. 

Has anyone worked on a project like this recently? I've done similar work on intranets and internal apps for corporate clients, but this is significantly more collaborative and non-hierarchical. 

24 Feb 2010 - 10:57am
Mark McConnell

JOB: Senior User Experience Architect - Kansas City, MO - Long term contract - Recruiter

Our client, VML, Inc. www.vml.com is asking us to help with their
search for a Senior User Experience Architect, this is starting out
as a 6 month contract that could go 12+ months with potential for
going permanent. Chosen candidate would work on a W2 with

Let’s get something straight – we’re not hiring a Senior User
Experience Architect. Still reading? Great. Because at VML, we’re not
just the titles we hold. Sure, they’re nice to see on our business
cards, but we’re really so much more.

18 Jun 2008 - 11:35am
Adam Connor

Using Morae Recorder Observer: Yes or no?

I have to agree with Manish on using Observer to have stakeholders
watch the sessions.

5 Apr 2007 - 2:51pm
Stephanie Heacox

JOB: Experience Design, Molecular Inc., NYC

Molecular, Inc,® an Internet consulting firm, designs and builds digital
solutions to help companies increase revenues and decrease operating costs. 
It's an exciting time to be a part of Molecular. As a vibrant and fast
growing company, developing cutting edge solutions for the Internet,
Molecular is looking for talented and enthusiastic professionals to join our
team.  Molecular's success and growth is and will continue to be a direct
result of the efforts and talents of its employees. Many of our current
employees have been with us for years.

10 Feb 2009 - 8:08am
Todd Warfel

Sketching & Prototyping Workshop IA Summit March 19th [PLUG]

Times running out and space is limited. So, you better sign up while
you can still get in.

Leah Buley of Adaptive Path and I are running a full day workshop at
the IA Summit on sketching and prototyping—you won't want to miss it.
It's the first time we've done this workshop together, but previous
versions of her sketching workshop and my prototyping workshops have
sold out. Now, we're bringing the best of both worlds together for the
first time.

What are you waiting for?

23 Nov 2004 - 3:10am
10 years ago
2 replies
Narey, Kevin

"Smell" it


Wake up and load the coffee?


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