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28 Sep 2009 - 9:46pm
Los Angeles IxDA

[EVENT] IxDA Los Angeles & The Designory, Inc. present Re-Invent 3.0: Augmented Reality, Tuesday, Oct 13th 7-9pm

Innovations in the way that people interact with products, services, are
constantly evolving. As new technologies are introduced, new experiences
change the behavior and lifestyle of customers. Get a glimpse of the future
by learning about a variety of upcoming, homegrown ideas and technologies
that integrate new approaches to human interaction.

The October 13th IxDA Los Angeles event will be held at the beautiful Baldwin
Hills Scenic Overlook in Culver City.

27 Jun 2008 - 8:38pm
8 years ago
3 replies

Will's worst site

worst site for tonight: bmw.com -- please.

someone introduce them to the idea of ip snipping.worst site for tonight:
bmw.com -- please.

You can do it!

~ will

"Where you innovate, how you innovate,
and what you innovate are design problems"

Will Evans | User Experience Architect
tel +1.617.281.1281 | will at semanticfoundry.com
twitter: https://

15 Oct 2010 - 1:23pm
Josh Damon Williams

Boulder rocks! Travel info and more for Interaction'11

Good morning IxDAers!

In answer to a number of travel-related questions that we've seen in the Twitter stream, our conference chairs have pulled together some details that should help you with your planning.

First, you can get an overview of details from this post by co-conference chair Jon Kolko:

24 Apr 2008 - 7:40am

JOB: User Interface Designer - Boston - Full Time

Posted on behalf of Chris McFarlane, IA @ AIR.

Company: AIR Worldwide
Job Title: User Interface Designer
Description: AIR (Applied Insurance Research) Worldwide is a leading
provider of catastrophic risk analysis software.

25 Jan 2009 - 8:44pm
Jack L. Moffett

[Event] Recap: IxDA Pittsburgh January Event

The evening of Thursday, January 22nd found the Pittsburgh local group
participating in "Back of the Envelope: A Sustainable Restaurant
Crawl". The event was organized by the Eco-Design Guild (eDG), an
organization that got its start at an IxDA event last Spring. The
local chapters of AIGA and IDSA also participated.

Things kicked off at 6:30 when around 40 attendees crowded into Oh
Yeah! Ice Cream & Coffee Co.

8 Feb 2012 - 10:44am
4 years ago
1 reply

Axure training in NYC?


I need a Axure training resource for the group I work with in NYC, about 8 people. I think it would be best if it was on site, but remote training would be possible. We know how to use on a basic level, so an advanced customized curriculum would be great. 


Thanks in advance

21 Jun 2006 - 3:56pm

Job: UxD @ Motley Fool (Alexandria, VA, US)

I am only the messenger:
Contact Adam Sidel [asidel at brainstormresources.com]

Status: Full-time
Duration: N/A
Location: Alexandria, VA
Transportation: Metrorail accessible (Yellow line)
Salary: $60,000 - $80,000/year

Skill requirements:
BS or BA. 4+ years related professional experience working on
high-volume sites. Solid information, interaction, and visual design
skills. Experience creating site architecture diagrams, wire frames and
process flows.

21 Dec 2007 - 10:17am

CfP: EuroITV2008 - 6th European Interactive TV Conference - Full Papers 11th January, 2008

Apologies if you receive multiple copies of this Call for Papers
Please forward this mail to anyone interested

6th European Interactive TV Conference
EuroITV 2008 Changing Television Environments

July 3rd to 4th 2008 in Salzburg, Austria

Supported by CITIZEN MEDIA (Gold Sponsor)
Supported by Microsoft TV (Bronze Sponsor)
Supported by Nokia (Bronze Sponsor)
In cooperation with ICT&S Center /

14 Jan 2005 - 10:49am
Dave Malouf

Decision Trees (was Report Back from IxDG NYCFace-2-Face)

Re: iterative thinking ...

"Evolution" (if you are inclined to believe in such a concept)

Defense rests ... ;)

Seriously though ... Iteration is all around us. The question is do we
create a structure for acknowledging it and do we take iteration to a

I have been known in previous years of my life to think that there is
diminishing return on ideas that promote iteration. I probably get 60%
"right" the first time out and then improve in very small increments afte