Discussion Archive

13 Aug 2006 - 8:43pm
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Jared M. Spool
2003

Informal Cocktail Hour: Wash. DC 8/15/06

[Apologies if you get more than one of these. - J]

Greetings,

If you find yourself in the Washington, DC area Wednesday evening,
August 15,I want to invite you to an informal cocktail hour. A bunch
of us will be gathering just to talk about usability, information
architecture,interaction design, user experience, and whatever else is
on our minds.

2 Nov 2008 - 4:42pm
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Janna DeVylder
2006

Last call: IxDA Board of Directors call for applications

When I first discovered IxDA several years ago, I knew early on that I
had found a professional home for myself. At first, that meant
knowing there was a group of people out there who shared my passion
for all things Interaction Design. Then lurking turned into planning
and attending IxDA local events. Then came the conference, and now the
Board.

Why mention this?

It was in my increased involvement that I realized the impact IxDA
affiliation was having not only on my own personal practice but also
on the community itself.

9 Apr 2007 - 8:51pm
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Arleen Buchanan
2007

"JOB" - Senior Information Architect - NYC - Recruiter: UserEdge Technical Personnel - Full time Permanent Position

UserEdge is pleased to let you know that our client, a key provider of
systems to manage expert networks, is seeking a Senior Information Architect
for their NY Office. There are three positions open for the Information
Architect role at varying levels of seniority. This description is a
base-line and there is certainly room for a more senior candidate.

Position Description

We are looking for a highly organized, proactive Information Architect with
solid experience in IA development, product requirements analysis, UI
documentation, prototyping and testing.

30 Nov 2010 - 2:03pm
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kabe001
2010

LifeRay Enterprise Portal UX Flexibility?

Anyone have any experience working with LifeRay for an enterprise portal solution--particularly interested in the UX impact point of view? I've been tasked with devising an enterprise portal solution for a media company and need to assess the pros/cons of going with an out-of-the-box versus custom solution.

Other recommendations for Portal designs always welcome. 

Thanks!

Kaleb

5 Oct 2009 - 8:26pm
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4 years ago
13 replies
Charlie Kreitzberg
2008

Dear CEO:

Hi:

Recently there have been a number of threads about how to present the
argument for UX design to a company. In response I have put together the
following outline for a presentation. What improvements can you add?

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>>Value Proposition

User Experience Design is an enormous opportunity for our company. It will
allow us to be more competitive and more profitable. With the right strategy
it's straightforward to implement, inexpensive and risk-free.

12 Jul 2006 - 7:40pm
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Jay Morgan
2006

Is there an interactive newspaper (late and technical)

Getting technical:
A newspaper - the paper one - has an editorial board, ombudsman, and staff
writers. This organization matters like a design team structure matters -
it determines the work they do and what they're capable of.
NYTimes and other traditional papers preserve this staff and publish online
with minor adjustments to the traditional format.
Google News is a news source, not a newspaper.
The Kansas paper mentioned before, Lawrence Journal-World at www.ljworld.com,
is a newer example that seems to have a board and writers that are local.

29 Jul 2009 - 7:45am
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4 years ago
4 replies
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Michele Marut
2005

IDSA award winners

IDSA award winners - http://www.idsa.org/IDEA2009/gallery/index.asp

They have some categories that may be of interest to IxDers (i.e.
design strategy, interactive products , research)

17 Mar 2005 - 9:40am
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Dave Malouf
2005

ADMIN: Re: what is the designer stereotype

Ok, b4 this ends up being an even sillier argument than the silly intent of
the original thread, can we just move on?

7 Mar 2007 - 1:31am
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Nancy Falkenburg
2004

Job: Senior UE Designer/Interaction Designer/Intuit/Mt. View, CA//FTE

This new role within Intuit's Healthcare division is responsible for designing the end-to-end user experience for our Healthcare product offering.

I would be delighted to chat with anyone who might be interested in our opening.
With regards,

~nancy~

COMPANY NAME:  Intuit

JOB LOCATION:  Mountain View, CA

JOB TITLE:     Senior UE Designer/Interaction Designer

JOB DURATION:  FTE

JOB DESCRIPTION:

- Design a user experience for the Quicken Health product that will
  delight users.
- Contribute to cross-functional teams to create innovative end-to-end

18 Aug 2007 - 3:06pm
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6 years ago
10 replies
Robert Hoekman, Jr.
2005

The "interaction" part of interaction design

I've noticed something over the years, and I'm curious about others'
perspectives.

Some of us refer to ourselves as "interaction designers", but very often, I
see deliverables for app designs that forget all about the "interaction".

For example, I recently saw design deliverables from a well-known firm in
which the designer figured out what needed to go into the app (and what
didn't), worked out the sitemap, and then laid everything out in a sequence
of wireframes.