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8 Feb 2007 - 2:30pm
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cui sarah
2007

what people's intent?when in a BBS.

hi my friends,

this is a questen about bbs system.BBS system is like a tree list in China
mostly.like this web: http://bbs.esrichina-bj.cn/ESRI/index.php

people be accustomed to forbear bad experience from this type.but I like
the design of outlook to read information.it has 3 part,sorts list,articles
name list in one of all the sorts,and texts of one of all the articles.

If use this type to change BBS system,U can use the time of connect to read
other sorts or others articles name.And I think the texts part need not to
big part

11 Jul 2009 - 9:37pm
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Charlotte.Schwe...
2005

JOB: Interaction Designer - Perficient - Houston, TX - Full Time

Perficient is looking for a dynamic, creative, and passionate interaction
designer to work within a user experience team on an exciting project in
the oil industry in Houston, TX. The candidate must live in or near the
Houston, TX area.

1 Sep 2004 - 11:03am
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10 years ago
3 replies
Narey, Kevin
2004

Publicly available video resource?

Does anyone know of any publicly available user video resource?
I'm looking to include a clip of an animated user using a poorly designed
application in a presentation I'm hoping to give to my business.

Any assistance will be gratefully received.

Regards

Kevin

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22 Jan 2010 - 9:09am
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dunx bee
2010

JOB ~ UX Designer ~ London UK ~ Caplin Systems ~ Full Time

We are looking to recruit a UX designer, to join me in the UX team at
Caplin in London.

Email me your CV to either: duncan.brown at caplin.com or dunx.bee at gmail.com
Job spec below:

Background
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This is an opportunity to join the UX team of a creative,
fast-growing, profitable, independent software company.

Caplin Systems is a world leader in Web technology for fi

6 Oct 2006 - 12:34pm
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Dante Murphy
2006

FW: Question related to "IKEA-manual".

Our company just got wireless headsets, and this is the online manual.
Click on the "SETUP" tab to see an example of animated pictogram-based
instruction.

http://www.plantronics.com/media/media_resources/interactive/plantronics
_supraplus.html

Personally, I found it to be fairly good, but not perfect.

Dante

1 Apr 2009 - 10:02am
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ambroselittle
2008

New York Public Library\'s Infomaki

Hey this is pretty nice. I sort of feel like it's a bit much being asked
after every question if I want to answer another. I think I'd prefer just
telling me up front I can click a very prominent "EXIT" button to move on
once I get tired of answering questions. Then each question wouldn't
require me to explicitly say I'm willing to answer.

But I like the way it asks where would you click and I can just do that. I
assume it might be timing how long I sit there..

13 Dec 2005 - 12:36am
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Navneet Nair
2004

Sparkle [Was: Re: Adobe & Macromedia deal in the NY Times]

BTW, Sparkle is exactly Flash. Both Mano (the designer) and Sam Wan
(the PM) were old Flash community buddies...

Not sure if the Flash is 99% evil will now also apply to sparkle :)

Cheers
Navneet

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onClipEvent: form follows function();
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Blog: http://www.onclipevent.com/enterframe/

2 Nov 2010 - 9:26pm
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helgefredheim
2010

UX/IX Designers in Baltimore

Hello IXDA!   I am a graduate student in Baltimore, and I am now recruiting a group of professional IX designers to a IX design research experiment.   I would appreciate it a LOT if anyone on this list would participate.   It shouldn't take more than 90 minutes, and I am highly flexible as far as hours. The place is not as flexible: It is University of Baltimore in Baltimore Midtown.

10 May 2006 - 2:48am
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Simon Asselbergs
2005

inquiry "useful non-tech training for IDxA-ers"

Hello everyone,

I am curious what kind of courses and training ixda-ers followed and how they thougth about theit importance to them.

What kind of technology unrelated training/courses did you follow, how useful were they?

Cheers,

Simon

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11 May 2009 - 6:38pm
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5 years ago
2 replies
jet
2008

game design, ixd, and making people cry

Nice write-up of Brenda Brathwaite's return to non-electronic game design:

<http://www.escapistmagazine.com/articles/view/conferences/tgc_2009/6021-TGC-2009-How-a-Board-Game-Can-Make-You-Cry>

One of many things it has me thinking about is how (if?) I can create
emotional responses using only physical objects that carry emotional weight.

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