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9 Apr 2009 - 3:34pm
Johansen, Kristen

[JOB] Senior UX Designer - Citrix Online - Santa Barbara CA

Citrix Online is growing and we're looking for a Senior UX Designer for our User Experience team! We're passionate about our "simpler is better" design philosophy, so we're looking for someone with a knack for creating clean, intuitive, and usable interfaces to join our team of talented and highly collaborative designers.

As a UX designer, you will be responsible for defining the user experience of award-winning Citrix Online software products including GoToMyPC, GoToMeeting, GoToAssist and GoView.

6 Apr 2005 - 4:18am
11 years ago
3 replies
Hegle Sarapuu

Motivation to use software


I'm writing first time to list. I work to the company which creates electronic document management, groupware and CRM software as interaction designer.
I started to wonder, can I create something motivating to software beside needed functionality and I found out what I can create praise functionality: if user does something first time or when user finishes his/her task or case small flower shows in upper right corner. I think it can create better feelings to users on a "blue" Monday morning :) don’t you?

11 Jun 2007 - 8:51am
9 years ago
3 replies
Richard Bye

Anybody interested in an Agile UCD best practice sharing session in the SF Area in July?

Really interested in this, but I too am based across the pond.

Perhaps you could let us know how it goes?


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5 Nov 2008 - 3:28pm
7 years ago
3 replies
Gloria Petron

Where can I get Flash maps of US, including counties/districts?

I was looking at the NYTimes.com's and CNN.com's voting results displayed on
interactive Flash maps.

Is there any software or plug-ins of the United States offered in
Illustrator or Flash, that outlines each
states and their respective counties?

Does anyone know anyone who works at the NYTimes or CNN online whom I could
contact to ask?


6 Sep 2007 - 6:28pm
5 Jun 2007 - 2:41pm
9 years ago
1 reply
Chris Bernard

Expression Training Options (Online and Free)

A few folks have asked me off list for some training guidance on Expression Products. I thought I'd share it here to catch some of the lurkers too.

Lynda.com is offering their Expression Blend v1 (6 hours) and Expression Design v1 (6 hours) *FREE* for everyone.

Lee Brimelow (www.thewpfblog.com) is the presenter for Blend and Ted LoCascio for Design.

Expression Blend
3 hrs Blend RTM (WPF) training ...

24 Nov 2003 - 12:05pm

Managing Change

: Challis Hodge asked:
: An interesting side note: The V8 engine is one of the most ineeficient
: to turn fossil fuels into motion yet it dominates the automobile industry
: this day.

3 Jul 2006 - 5:53am
A.C.Roibas at b...

UbiComp Workshop older users (last call!)

I hope this announcement is appropriate for the list.



(Apologies for cross-posting)

Last call for papers - July 5th, 2006: Submission Deadline Extended! (workshop position papers)

“Future networked interactive media systems and services for the
new-senior communities: enabling older users to create and share self authored multimedia content” workshop in conjunction with UBICOMP 2006 – www.sintef.no/ubicomp

Today, the traditional barriers between mainstream and homemade media are dissolving.

4 Feb 2009 - 9:03am
Tim Ostler

JOB: Information Architect/Interaction Designer, Central London (Permanent)

Tribal DDB London are looking for a Middleweight Information
Architect/Interaction Designer.

The IA/IxD is responsible for designing, developing and documenting
the structure of both web sites and applications In this role, you
will be expected to work collaboratively with a project team and
support other IAs in the execution of all information architecture

Be aware that much of Tribal DDB's work is on digital marketing sites,
where the emphasis is as much on persuasion and motivatiion as on
usability or the organization of information.

22 Mar 2005 - 2:31pm
Josh Seiden

UI designer needed, Hong Kong


A client of mine is looking for a full-time UI designer who can
work site in their Hong Kong office.

This is a 2 month+ contract position starting immediately.

We're looking for someone with 2-5 years of experience working
with Windows desktop software. This is NOT a web design job. You
must be familiar with Windows conventions and the Windows User
Experience Guidelines, and must be able to demonstrate
proficiency in applying these guidelines.