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6 Jan 2008 - 3:05pm
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8 years ago
5 replies
Kiesel, Jeffrey...
2007

Looking for a "scrolling" navigation

Hi All,

I'm trying to find an example of a navigation that scrolls down a
webpage as the user does. For example, let's say we have a page that
has a main content area and a left nav. When the user scrolls the page
down, I'd like the left nav to slide into view as soon as they stop
scrolling. It will always display at the top left of the section of the
page they are viewing. I know I've seen this somewhere, but I can't
find it.

17 Nov 2009 - 3:20am
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Veena
2008

Job - Senior Interaction Designer - Web & Software Applications Preferred - Ventura County - Full Time - Recruiter

Senior Interaction Designer - Web & Software Applications Preferred

Location: Ventura County (One hour north of Los Angeles)

Skills you will need: Senior level experience defining information
architecture, visual design and/or interaction design for software
applications, web applications and/or a significant e-commerce website, UX

Responsibilities:

* Ensures that design work is consistent with documented design
standards.

16 Aug 2008 - 2:52pm
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Joanne Weaver
2007

JOB: NYC/(London): Sr Information Architect, global news analysis/publishing "biggie"

Talk about getting a high-brow name on the ol' resume---drop this name
during an intellectually snobby cocktail party and you'll be the beau/belle
of the ball. :) Very prestigious, internationally reknowned
company/publisher since the mid 1800's with a circulation of 3.7 million
that's known for its adherence to excellence, research, logic, and high
standards through and through.

sudhindra
2004

Bangalore World Usability Day 2009 - 21st Nov - 9.30 am onwards

When and Where

* Bangalore, Saturday, November 21, 2009
* Yahoo! R&D campus, Inner Ring Road (See Map)
* Time: 10:30 am – 4:00 pm

Theme for WUD 2009

This year’s theme for WUD is “Design for a Sustainable World”.
Designing for a Sustainable World focuses on how our products and
services impact our world.

12 Oct 2006 - 10:45am
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9 years ago
2 replies
Steve Toub
2006

Information discovery in 3D environments: looking for compelling examples

Hi--

I work with some folks who are absolutely fascinated with 3D virtual
environments such as Second Life. Most of the applications we work on
are in the realm of traditional information retrieval: search engines,
library card catalogs, etc.

bambou
2009

Oct 17: iPhone Development for Designers Workshop - San Francisco

*** Only 2 days left! ***

Whether you're a designer with some or no programming skills, this
workshop is for you! Learn to build iPhone applications with a new
and revolutionary tool called Corona, in this 4-hour workshop this
coming Saturday morning October 17, in San Francisco.

Workshop details and registration at
http://iphonenetworklounge.eventbrite.com

:: What You'll Learn ::

Learn to build a simple iPhone application and install it on your
phone!

4 Mar 2009 - 1:44pm
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Josh Seiden
2003

[JOB] Principal Designer, NYC, USA; Liquidnet; FT

Hello All,

We have an immediate opening for a Principal Designer in Liquidnet's
UX group in NYC.

The Principal Designer is a leader in Liquidnet’s User Experience
Group. The Principal Designer works closely with the head of the User
Experience Group to lead the creation of innovative products and
services that differentiate Liquidnet in the marketplace and create
customer delight. The Principal Designer is also a key contributor in
the development and maturation of the Group’s practices, processes and
people.

20 Oct 2004 - 3:55am
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11 years ago
7 replies
Navneet Nair
2004

Interaction Design, should it be a part of Product Management or Development? (Was should interaction designers produce code...)

There has been some good discussion going on about in-house vs. consultant and
now code vs.

27 Feb 2006 - 1:10pm
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10 years ago
1 reply
Ashley LaFrenais
2005

NYC IxDA Event: Adam Greenfield Discusses Ubiquitous Computing March 9 @ 6:30 pm

NYC IxDA IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE
Adam Greenfield Discusses Ubiquitous Computing

From smart buildings that subtly adapt to the changing flow of
visitors, to gesture-based interfaces like the ones seen in Minority
Report, computing no longer looks much like it used to. Increasingly
invisible but present everywhere in our lives, computing has moved
off the desktop and out into everyday life–affecting almost every one
of us.

5 Nov 2008 - 2:35am
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Jonas Löwgren
2003

Nordes 2009 conference, Oslo, Norway, Aug30 - Sep01 2009

Apologies for duplicate postings, but I thought some IXDA members
might be interested in this conference.

Regards,
Jonas Löwgren

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Announcement and call for submissions:
Nordic Design Research Conference

NORDES ´09 Engaging Artefacts
www.nordes.org

Oslo, Norway, 30 August -1 September 2009

Design research aims to provide new insights to the ways in which we
understand – and do – design.