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28 May 2009 - 11:32am

[JOB] Senior UI Designer & Principal UI Designer Position at CA, Hyderabad India

Hi All,

CA (formerly Computer Associates) is looking for *Senior UI Designers*
and *Principal
UI Designer* for User- Experience Group, Hyderabad, India.

Interested candidates may send CV to gajendra.agrawal at ca.com with subject
line “Application for “*Senior UI Designer*” or “*Application for Principal
UI Designer*”

*Senior UI Designer***

*Specifications *

- 5-6 years of experience in UI Design field
- Good understanding and exposure of User Centered De

13 Mar 2007 - 12:24pm
7 years ago
3 replies
Wendy Fischer

windows vista icons

Does anybody know if there is a style guide and/or instructions for making Windows Vista icons?


Wendy Fischer

7 Oct 2009 - 2:36pm
5 years ago
6 replies
Elana Glazer

Drag and Drop

Imagine presenting users with about 30 items of clothing and
accessories and wanting them to build 7 days of outfits (costs are
calculated per outfit as the output).

My team is thinking of presenting users with 7 rectangles, each
representing a day of the week, and having users drag and drop items
to these areas to build the outfits. (The target of the site are
adults 35-65).

My gut tells me that this is too many items for drag and drop and we
should explore other interactive options.

Can anyone point me to usability research on drag and drop.

7 May 2007 - 5:36pm
Jackson Fox

Sign up for DCampSouth -- June 2nd in Raleigh, NC

--== Sign up for DCampSouth 2007 ==--

WHEN: June 2, 2007
WHERE: School of Communication Arts, Raleigh, NC

Well, time has come to head over to the DCampSouth wiki
(http://dcampsouth.pbwiki.com) and add your name to the list! I'm very
excited to say that the School of Communication Arts in Raleigh, NC
has offered to host us on their campus on June 2nd, 2007.

DCampSouth is an unconference for anyone interested in design and user
experience. What's an unconferene?

11 Nov 2008 - 11:52am
Rony Philip

List View Page


Wonder if this has been discussed before...In a web based application, for a
'list view' page, which from the below is the right approach?

1. Information to be shown within greyed out non-editable fields with black
color texts. When user clicks on edit button, the non-editable fields
through scripting is changed to editable form fields.


2. Show information as normal, bold labels and when user clicks on edit
button, the labels are converted to editable form fields.


Is there a better approach?

Thanks in advance,

2 Jun 2011 - 2:18pm
3 years ago
4 replies
Leonardo Parra

Bogota, Colombia. Local Leader.

Dear IxDA community,

Bogota is currently in need of a very active and dynamic local leader; the local group´s been quiet for a while, but it´s now time to bring it back.

Drop me a line if you´re interested.

*You know what? Let´s meet up and make it happen.

Looking forward to hearing from you!

Best regards, 

Leonardo Parra M.F.A.
Profesor Asistente
Departamento de Diseño
Universidad de los Andes

12 Dec 2008 - 12:00pm
Eva Kaniasty


If you would like to try out Websort and help me out with a class project in
the process, please go to the link below.
Feel free to enter a fake email address if you wish - Websort just uses it
as an identifier.




Eva Kaniasty

1 Oct 2010 - 8:14pm

Re: [IxDA] What's best practice regarding style guides/prototypes/HMI guidelines/process for huge systems in huge corporations?

On Fri, Oct 1, 2010 at 9:26 AM, smitty777 wrote:

> I've been in this exact situation before.  It's a pretty involved discussion > for this forum - feel free to ping me if you want to discuss offline.

Uh, "pretty involved"? So?

Other people seem to be interested -- why take this off-list?

Isn't the point of having this list to share across the entire community?

And could this be the only mail I've ever sent with nothing but questions? :-)

-- Hassan Schroeder ------------------------ hassan.schroeder@gmail.com twitter: @hassan

27 Aug 2010 - 9:23pm

UI/UX professionals wanted for Startup Weekend Toronto

Hi All,

Startup Weekend is coming to Toronto Sept 24-26, 2010.  These events are gaining tons of momentum in cities all over the world and Toronto is next.

Checkout http://toronto.startupweekend.org and http://startupweekend.org for more detailed information.

The Toronto event needs UI and UX professionals to come out and share their specilized skills to help build some amazing stuff.


Summary from MEX 2012

Members of the list might be interested in my initial summary from the 11th international MEX, held in London on 19th - 20th September, recapping ideas and mobile user experience insights: