Discussion Archive

30 Oct 2009 - 11:58am
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Chris Cox
2009

We are still on the hunt for a Mobile Design Leader. If you know of anyone interested, please send along the description below.

Intuit is a leading software provider of business and financial
management solutions for small and mid-sized businesses, consumers
and accounting professionals. You probably know us by our flagship
products, QuickBooks®, Quicken® and QuickTax®/TurboTax®, but that's
just the start. We are currently going through a fundamental
transformation from a shrink-wrapped software company to one of the
country's leading providers of web-based applications and
solutions.
We are hiring for several UX roles in addition to the role outlined
in detail below.

7 Jul 2008 - 12:44pm
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6 years ago
3 replies
oliver green
2006

Web based project management

Hi,

Can you recommend a Web based project management software that we can
install on our internal Web server? Most Web based project management
tools that I have come across are service-based.

Thanks,
Oliver

28 Jun 2010 - 5:02am
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Ritika
2010
17 May 2010 - 5:05pm
+1
4 years ago
4 replies
Janna DeVylder
2006

Representing IxDA at UPA 2010 in Munich

Hi all,

Next week I will be flying to Munich to represent IxDA on a panel at UPA’s annual conference.  The title of the panel is “The future of the UX field and how leading UX organizations interact”. Steve Baty, IxDA's VP, will also be on the panel, representing the UX Book Club. Here’s the list of confirmed panelists:

4 Jan 2006 - 11:14am
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Nasir Barday
2006

Resources on search for financial symbols?

Hello,

Do you know of any work on search interfaces for financial symbols (e.g. stocks, bonds, economic indicators)? I'm doing a literature review to help inform my design ideas.

Most the work I have found so far relates specifically to searching for content, but our users are looking for specific mappings with an industry-standard structure, e.g. "What's the ticker symbol for Coca-Cola?" (KO); "What about the Yearly Employment Rate for Bolivia?" (21867RF).

Thanks,
- Nasir

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Yahoo!

14 Jan 2004 - 12:17pm
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10 years ago
1 reply
nyckiep at yahoo.com
2004

Help Application Usability

Hi All

I am looking for any information regarding the usability of Help
applications? Can anyone point me in the right direction?

Thanks!
Nyckie

Nichole Pineau
Interaction Architect
Taliant Software

22 Nov 2008 - 11:53am
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.pauric
2006

User's right violations

Following on from Dave's post of Dan's User's right.

8 Feb 2012 - 10:02am
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tstutts
2008

How did you first get into interaction design?

I recently wrote a post about how I became an application designer. Originally I worked as sound designer/ editor for games in Los Angeles, and had a need for tool to help my colleagues and I on job, that I managed to design and develop.

19 Mar 2008 - 7:07am
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Brandon Satanek
2008

JOB :: User Experience Designer :: MI :: Whirlpool :: Full-Time

POSITION: Senior User Experience / Interaction Designer
COMPANY: Whirlpool Corporation
LOCATION: Benton Harbor, MI (90 miles east of Chicago)
DURATION: Full-Time

JOB DESCRIPTION:
Uncommon opportunity and challenge for an uncommon individual exists
at Whirlpool Corporation in the Global Consumer Design organization.
Total customer satisfaction drives every aspect of the work.
Creativity blossoms with an experiential design approach to
understanding emerging consumer trends, seeking out real-life insights
about user experience, conceiving user interaction design solutions,
and assuring uncompro

4 May 2004 - 2:14pm
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10 years ago
1 reply
Susan Farrell
2004

web design - frames

These are handy uses I had not considered, Craig. Thanks for those tips. It's important to be careful what you pass in HTML code, when money is involved though. I read last year or so in 2600, that a shopping cart that did something similar was getting hacked all the time by people who simply saved the page, changed the product price to what they wanted, and then completed the transaction.

I HATE frames, but there is one case in which they seem to be the lesser evil for design, IMO:

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