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14 Apr 2006 - 7:59am
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Louise Cherry
2006

Full time Interface Architect/Information Architect with EarthLink, Inc in Pasadena, CA

Title: Interface Architect/ Information Architect

Location: Pasadena, CA

Full Time

Company: EarthLink, Inc

Earthlink is an 11-year old organization with 1800 employees in 11
locations. We are a consumer-focused service company providing Internet
access. Stated another way, we provide a "gateway" to the Internet.

28 Apr 2004 - 10:29am
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8 years ago
20 replies
NICK MEARA
2004

Books

Dan Saffer wrote:
> Where are the interaction design books?

Not necessarily interaction design nor usability specifically, but what
about

* Contextual Design, Beyer and Holtzblatt
* Field Methods Casebook for Software Design, Wixon and Ramey
(old but gold and actually about as expensive)

and my current favourite

* Design Research, Edited by Brenda Laurel

Cheers,

Nick.
........................................................
Nick Meara E-learning Experience Co-ordinator
ICT-IDSG, Aston University, Birmingham
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15 Feb 2007 - 6:53pm
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8 years ago
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Monique Escamilla
2006

Newbie IA with flash questions

Hi,

I'm a bit of a newbie; I'm still in school, and this is my second time
posting to the group. I'm trying to expand my flash skills, and so am using
flash to design some buttons that will be at the bottom of a homepage I am
redesigning.

When clicked, one button will open a pop-up window. I'm using JavaScript in
my html to create a menu that has no scroll bar, no menu bar, etc.

But back to the point: I don't have much practice incorporating flash files
into my html.

26 Jul 2004 - 1:04pm
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10 years ago
2 replies
Sean King
2004

Design patterns for parametric comparisons

Hi Everyone,
 
Long time lurker, first time writing.

I'm currently working on a project that requires
sorting and comparison of multiple parameters
associated to each product served up in a search
results page and I would love to get some opinions
from this community.

In my particular industry, the standard display for
this type of information is to display all of the
results in a sortable table, giving the user ability
to sort each column.

24 May 2004 - 10:31am
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Dave Malouf
2005

RE: 'interaction design'? (ADMIN Note; do not reply here)

<admin>
This posting fell under the "what is IxD?" title which we said we would not
discuss here. However, there are some specific aspects to this question that
after some consultation with others feel is worth a more general discussion
among the open list.
I do however hold the right to decide if the discussion goes way off course
or not and then turn on moderation if necessary.
</admin>

-- dave

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From: RAM BRIJESH J.

28 Dec 2007 - 11:36am
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laurie kalmanson
2006

re -- Universal Principles of Interaction Design; contribution for the next edition

re: Universal Principles of Interaction Design

thank you for the wonderful discussion of this classic book -- it brought back so many memories of happy late nite discussions around the studio, waiting for the rendering boxen to finish

seriously, really brilliant

my .02 for the next edition -- feel free to distribute with attribution, in all media, including those not yet invented:

-- users, users, users, users

> does your shiny, matte, interactive, plugin, wood, metal, new ***thing*** allow users to do things they want to do?
> will your users tell other u

16 Jun 2008 - 2:05pm
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Terms:
Carolyn Fullerton
2008

JOB Manager User Experience, Redmond WA, Recruiter, Full Time

Imagine you're invited to take a pre-release peek at the next multi-billion
dollar development for the world's premier software firm.

24 Mar 2008 - 10:37pm
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Matt Dente
2008

JOB - Interaction Designer - Seattle, WA - Adlin, Inc./Matt Dente Design - Contract

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JOB DESCRIPTION SUMMARY:

Title: Interaction Designer/Information Architect
Location: Seattle, WA
Status: Contract
We are: Adlin, Inc. (www.adlininc.com), Matt Dente Design
(www.mattdente.com), YIU Studio (www.yiustudio.com)
Contact: matt at mattdente.com

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DETAILED INFORMATION:

Overview:
We are a group of multi-disciplinary designers that got together to Œdo it
right¹ when it comes to experience design.

17 Oct 2006 - 11:18am
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8 years ago
9 replies
Lorne Trudeau
2006

New guy in corner over there smells funny... Toomuch cologne, probably.

"Question 1-
If a user doesn't notice a missing feature, is it really missing?"

Also, does the fact that it's missing classify as a feature?

2 Jul 2004 - 3:03pm
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ji kim
2004

Re: What makes a good prototyping tool?

To me a good prototyping tool consist of following:
1. Does not geneate production quality code ( really ).
2. Provide out of the box basic UI components for several target platforms and devices.
3. Allow me to create custom UI components easily and quickly (hopefully without programming).
4. Also has basic drawing tool features.
5.