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7 Oct 2009 - 9:46am
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michael o'sullivan
2009

JOB: Information Architect - Vodori - fulltime

The Information Architect will be responsible for research and design
efforts for our clients applications and websites.

15 Jun 2005 - 11:01pm
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10 years ago
2 replies
Wendy Fischer
2004

Re: Professional development; employer expectations

I definitely agree with you on the creativity and inspiration part.

Part of the reason that I left my last job is that I wanted to publish a use case and make a presentation on some of our findings, but had no support or interest from senior management.

9 Oct 2010 - 1:44pm
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5 years ago
6 replies
stewartmccoy
2010

Starting salary for junior-level IA in San Francisco?

What is a reasonable starting salary for a junior-level IA in San Francisco?

26 May 2010 - 1:05pm
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5 years ago
4 replies
abhishekbhor
2008

Re: [IxDA] Re: [IxDA] How to create interesting Portfolio?

I agree with Elinesca. We all are expected to have enough maturity to skim and react appropriately without being rude and a Quality Inspector.

4 Oct 2005 - 3:45pm
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Mark Rovinsky
2005

WORKBRAIN: Interaction Designer (Toronto, Canada)

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Under the direction of the Manager, User Interface Design, the
Interaction Designer will be responsible for assisting in the design and
prototype of usability enhancements to Workbrain's products. This
individual will be a key member of the usability team that will work
closely with product management and development to deliver
customer-centric features which make Workbrain's products the easiest to
use in the industry.

6 Jan 2009 - 10:07am
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Patrick Grizzard
2008

Better (was Strategic Interaction Design)

Hi Christina,

Sounds like a great book, do you know the author? "Whose Body is it Anyway"
returns a couple of results on Amazon. I'm guessing it is the one by Cecil
Fabre?

20 Dec 2007 - 2:24pm
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8 years ago
7 replies
Dave Malouf
2005

Must we be Leonardo de Vinci?

"That interplay and innovation comes out best when one person is able to
work through it all. Not a team. Teams are needed due to project deadlines,
scope, etc. Teams are the norm, true, but the ideal is still one person. I
very rarely see teams innovate. I often see single designers innovate." --
andrei

I love ya man, but this point I REALLY have to disagree with. My experience
here at Motorola Enterprise Mobility is that innovation is best done in
groups.

31 Jan 2007 - 12:59am
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Nancy Falkenburg
2004

Job: Senior Interaction designer (CONTRACT) @ Intuit (Mt. View, CA)

We're looking for an exceptional interaction designer with a solid
design portfolio and extensive experience with user-centered design and
usability.

If you're interested in the challenge of transforming the #1 most
admired software company's consumer-target web sites and delivering
great customer experiences, then Intuit is the place to do it because:
We are serious about creating a great web experience for our customers;
customers are our #1 priority, and we're willing to invest both people
and dollars behind our current initiatives to deliver on that goal.

30 Aug 2005 - 2:16pm
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10 years ago
3 replies
Warnke, Larisa
2005
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.