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3 Aug 2007 - 8:10am
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6 years ago
2 replies
Jonathan Arnowitz
2005

CHI2008 Call for Content and Reviewers

CHI 2008 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
art.science.balance
April 5-10, 2008 in Florence, Italy

SUBMIT YOUR CONTENT AND VOLUNTEER TO REVIEW!

CHI 2008 can be only as good as the quality of content you submit and the
reviews they get. We are looking for contributions from ALL our HCI
communities, including Design, Education, Engineering, Management, Research,
and Usability. Submissions to CHI fall into two general categories: HCI
Archival content and Contemporary Trends. Archival content will be published
in the CHI conference proceedings and the ACM Digital Library.

27 Oct 2005 - 4:37pm
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8 years ago
4 replies
mtumi
2004

touchtone phone interfaces

I'm looking for guidelines on designing a voice interface with keypad
input (not voice recognition).

23 Jun 2004 - 3:04pm
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Christian Simon
2003

[Discuss] tree structure

> on 6/23/04 12:01, wrote:
> okay. i will get a bit more concrete. in the cms im working on i'm going
> to have a list of pages. its possible that pages have subpages, which
> again have subpages and so on.

>From a programming standpoint, I would be inclined to agree with others here
who feel that the best solution is the simplest, a list with tabbed
sub-categories and checkboxes.

13 Nov 2003 - 7:48pm
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10 years ago
2 replies
Josh Seiden
2003

The Long Now seminar series

This organization is doing some profound and profoundly
moving thinking about time, civilization, technology,
and our shared future.

There are perhaps interaction design challenges here,
but I thought many on this list would be interested in
this in a more general sense. (And, since I just posted
a Boston-based event, this one is for the westies out
there.)

You have perhaps heard of the 10,000 year clock
project, an attempt to build a clock that will run for
10,000 years.

In some ways, the problem is a classic design and
engineering problem.

2 Feb 2010 - 11:04am
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Steve Baty
2009

UPDATE: Call for Proposals for UX Australia 2010

Update: Conference dates are August 25-27 at the Langham Hotel in Melbourne,
Australia.

On 2 February 2010 08:38, Steve Baty <stevebaty at gmail.com> wrote:

> -----------------------------------------------------------------
> UX Australia 2010: Call for proposals
> -----------------------------------------------------------------
>
> We are very pleased to announce the call for proposals for UX Australia
> 2010.
> The confe

2 Jun 2005 - 4:35pm
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ji kim
2004

re: Visio prototyping

Hi Jonathan,

Visio is a very simple to use to protoype both web applications and thick clients, especially with the availalbe UI stencils.

14 Sep 2009 - 9:10am
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Bill DeRouchey
2010

Interaction 10 Submissions Deadline: Tomorrow!

Tomorrow is the deadline to get your submission in for a
presentation, discussion, activity, or demonstration session at
Interaction 10, to be held in Savannah, Georgia Feb 4-7, 2010.

Sessions selected will receive a complimentary registration to the
conference!

Submit your proposals at:
http://interaction.ixda.org/submissions/

Public Comments & Feedback

We'd love for you to help us review and select the public session
submissions for Interaction 10 by providing your comments against the
submissions.

14 Nov 2006 - 1:23pm
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Eddie James
2006

Call for Volunteers: 2007 IA Summit Social Efforts

Hi Everyone!

Crystal Kubitsky and myself will be co-coordinating the Social efforts for
the IA Summit (it's in March in Las Vegas) and we are seeking volunteers
with bright ideas to help make this year's Summit the friendliest (and most
fun!) ever.

We are trying to come up with ideas to foster lots of interaction and
dialogue and make lunches, poster sessions, breaks, dinners, as well as just
hanging out between sessions more welcoming and helpful for all who attend.

If you are going to the Summit and would like to volunteer, please email me
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15 Feb 2007 - 12:41pm
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Gabriel White
2005

Museum of Lost Interactions

I'd always subconsciously thought of the interactions available to
designers as accreting over time - a pile of ever increasing bounty.

But looking at this exhibit made me realise that there are design
opportunities that disappear, possibly through cultural change, but
also because the technology changes, and so can no longer support the
old design and pattern of interaction.

http://www.idl.dundee.ac.uk/moli/index.php

Gabe

12 Apr 2008 - 9:06am
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Cwodtke
2004

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