Discussion Archive

17 Nov 2012 - 11:08am
3 years ago
1 reply

Boxes and Arrows: Live or Die?

Let's be honest; Boxes and Arrows hasn't been well for awahile. It was time to do something. 

31 May 2013 - 8:33am
Brenda Sanderson

Final day - Power of 10 :: Seed the next 10 years of IxDA

Today is the final day of the The Power of 10 pledge drive.  With more than 125 individual supporters, we've raised $16,690 together. Amazing! Thank you to everyone who has contributed – your belief in the IxDA community makes us stronger.

A few of you have taken the time to share reasons why you've donated. Here is what you've had to say:

19 Nov 2007 - 2:23am
8 years ago
3 replies
Peter Boersma

Are required field notations really necessarywith radio button selections?

Well, since we're reviving this discussion... ;-)

Alan wrote:
> With respect to radio buttons, there should always be a selected item.
> The reason for this is that if a person makes a selection, then
> changes her mind, there is no other way to un-set it.

For situations we're talking about here (required field) that may be the desired situation.

I remember when we designed forms for the UK Inland Revenue (tax) we choose to have all radio buttons in an initial blank state and make them required.

2 Feb 2004 - 5:53pm
12 years ago
6 replies

Mind the Gap!

Dear ID/As,

'cause this is my fist mail to this group I like to say "hello" to all interaction designers and architects. In addition to this 5 letters, let me point you to a short paper I wrote for Interact 2003 in Zurich. Title is "Mind the Gap! Software Engineers and Interaction Architects"




User-Centered Software Design http://www.mprove.net

2 Jan 2008 - 3:31pm
Eric Manke

JOB: Interaction Designer / Senior Interaction Designer, New York City, Recruiter, Full Time

Title: Interaction Designer / Senior Interaction Designer
Location: New York City
Compensation: Flexible + bonus + stock

A leading Internet company is seeking an Interaction Designer / Senior
Interaction Designer to design and prototype the next generation of its
innovative and user-friendly products.

15 May 2010 - 5:38am
6 years ago
2 replies
Alex Livingstone
23 Sep 2010 - 5:03am
5 years ago
2 replies
22 Sep 2008 - 1:26pm
Brook Wyant

JOB: Senior Interaction Designer, San Francisco, Recruiter, Full-Time

Title: Senior Interaction Designer
Location: San Francisco
Compensation: $100K - $120K base DOE + bonus + excellent benefits +
regular telecommuting opportunities

A large, well known, leading consumer site is seeking a talented Senior
Interaction Designer to construct and lead the team in user-centered
design processes: ensure that Web-based products, applications and
marketing pages are easy to use, help its customers to meet their needs
and business partners to fulfill their goals.

8 Jan 2009 - 11:59am
7 years ago
1 reply
John Gibbard

Beautiful Concept Modelling/Visualisation

http://vimeo.com/2696386 uses iconography and monochromatic design elements
to explain the history of the web. Beautiful work which is inspiring for
Ix/Ux documentation.


28 Jan 2009 - 6:10pm
7 years ago
5 replies

Interactive interiors

Hi everyone I am an interior designer who is trying to design an interactive
exhibition experience whish you can help me with this question:

Where does the role of an interior designer stop, for the interactive
designer to start, in designing an interactive exhibition space (including
interactive display surfaces, and smart material)??

or Do you know about any collabrative work in this field i can benifit from