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1 Mar 2012 - 12:32pm
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Cwodtke
2004

Boxes and Arrows Turns Ten!

I almost fell over backwards when Austin Govella pointed out to me Boxes and Arrows is turning ten years old next month!

12 Jul 2007 - 10:42am
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7 years ago
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Ferran Alvarez
2005

JOB: Information Architect, Barcelona (Spain), Bryte Communication - Full time

Bryte, web design and development agency based in Barcelona (Spain), is
looking for an Information Architect to work full time creating wireframes,
defining functionalities and managing received information for corporate
websites.

Spanish (well read, written and spoken) is essential.

If you are interested in this position, please submit your resume to
rrhh at bryte.biz or visit www.bryte.biz

Regards,

Ferran Alvarez
Information Architect
Bryte
DIGITAL DIALOGUES

19 Feb 2007 - 11:04am
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saturdave
2007

REMINDER: PhillyCHI Meeting - Wednesday, February 21, 2007

*Apologies for Cross Posting...*

Please join us for a presentation on social tagging by Joseph Busch.
There will beer & wine from 6 - 6:30pm, so show up early to welcome
Joseph to Philadelphia.

February Meeting | Tagging: It’s the Interface Stupid!

A presentation by Joseph A.

14 Jan 2009 - 8:03pm
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Nancy Falkenburg
2004

job:: interaction designer/norcross, georgia/fte/intuit

job details attached below:

thanks,

-nancy
nancy falkenburg
| iPhone: (650) 336.3645 |
email: nancy_falkenburg@ intuit.com
LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/0/4b8/462

COMPANY: Intuit
JOB LOCATION: Norcross, Georgia
JOB TITLE: Staff/Principal Interaction Designer
JOB DURATION: FTE

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Come lead the next revolution from Intuit, the makers of QuickBooks, TurboTax, and Quicken.

3 Aug 2004 - 7:58am
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kaushikg2004 at...
2004

Call for Paper - IHCI 2004, Bangalore, India

Call for Papers
India HCI 2004
India Human Computer Interaction Conference
Bangalore, India
26th – 27th November 2004
www.iesup.org/ihci2004

§ Academic Research Papers
§ Industrial Case Studies
§ Institutional Reviews
§ Panel Discussions

The first India Human Computer Interaction Conference (ICHI 2004) will take place at Bangalore, India from November 26th to 27th 2004. IHCI 2004 is organized by the Indo-European Systems Usability Partnership (IESUP), British Computer Society (BCS) and the Computer Society of India (CSI).

19 Jun 2007 - 3:55pm
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7 years ago
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Mark Richman
2006

Corrected post: Wizard Navigation to manage a long process -

I am building an application that requires the user to go through at least
one very time-consuming step. This step is somewhat akin to building a
complex org chart, and such, the user might want to perform intermediate
saves during it.

24 Jan 2012 - 4:18pm
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Lynn Pausic
2007

Integrating UX and Agile - March 1st

Hi All -

Expero and Agile Velocity offer a 1 day course on UX & Agile. Next date is March 1st in Austin, Texas. http://bit.ly/t9PoTH

There is a 10% discount for IXDA folks. Enter promo code IXDA during check out.

22 Jul 2009 - 8:08am
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3 years ago
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Michael Tomes
2009

UK Interactive Recruitment Agencies

Does anyone know of any Recruiters in the UK that deal specifically
with Interactive Design Jobs?

Thanks

Michael
MD
www.creativepool.co.uk

5 May 2009 - 11:20am
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thomaskueber
2010

[local][EVENT] Usability Stammtisch & IxDA Berlin Special // User Research at Adaptive Path

Usability Stammtisch & IxDA Berlin Special: Todd Wilkens talks about
User Research practice at Adaptive Path

When: 7:30pm – 9pm Wednesday, May 13 2009
Where: newthinking store GmbH, Tucholskystr. 48, 10117 Berlin

Berlin's Usability Stammtisch and IxDA Berlin are getting together for
an exciting evening with Todd Wilkens from Adaptive Path
(http://www.adaptivepath.com/aboutus/toddw.php).

24 Jul 2008 - 8:32pm
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Scott Berkun
2008

Implementing I/A and web strategy when you don'thave control of the content

Hi Todd:

I've seen many projects like this one, and there are some good patterns I
bet I and others can share.

But first: the big thing you didn't include is what the goals are. You've
mentioned a series of constraints, but not the goals. A redesign can mean 50
different things. As long as everyone understands that making big
improvements will be more difficult with the constraints you've mentioned,
then you can still be set up to succeed. But if everyone is expecting the
world, and they don't recognize how challenging the landscape is, you are
set up to fail.