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27 Jul 2008 - 10:38pm
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Chris McLay
2005
3 Mar 2006 - 9:35pm
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9 years ago
4 replies
Dave Malouf
2005

ADMIN: AOL is getting complaints about our list, so I must remove you.

I don't know who you are, or why there have been complaints about our list,
but I am being requested by my host to remove all aol.com e-mail addresses
from our lists. I will do that search and remove people this evening. Sorry
for the short notice, but this has to be done.

I'm sorry that someone felt it necessary to say that we were spam, but alas
that is the new world we live in.
Gmail is a great alternative for anyone who would like to keep receiving
these messages.

I do hope you figure out to stay apart of our community.

-- dave

David Heller
V.P.

16 Oct 2011 - 3:46pm
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3 years ago
4 replies
OliveColored
2011

Career Advice for a Failed Print Designer

I graduated from college in 2009 with a dual Degree in Art and Communications with an emphasis in Graphic Design. After school, I moved back to my hometown and couldn't find a job. Looking back now it actually makes me laugh that I thought those skills would actually land me a job.

11 Apr 2006 - 12:21pm
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Vijay Venkatraman
2006

[Help] Interaction Design Summer Internship

Hi all,

I am looking for a summer internship in Interaction Design. Is anybody on this forum looking for interns or aware of any available positions? I'd be very grateful for any help in this regard.

Thank you,

Vijay

31 Jan 2008 - 12:40pm
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kimbieler
2007

[Iai-Members] navigation structures and mouseover vs click triggers

Marlene,

I'm sorry I don't have any research to support these comments, but on
a gut instinct level, I don't think clicking in the top navigation to
activate the drop-down menus is good usability. Especially if
sometimes when you click, you get taken to another page.

I assume that on the pages with the drop-down, you'd have to repeat
the parent page name if there is one, so that users can then click to
go there. This sounds confusing.

17 Nov 2004 - 5:25am
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10 years ago
9 replies
Narey, Kevin
2004

Who does own the upstream process?

Dave:
>[business analysis] believes that it owns the upstream process of strategy
and requirements,
>when in fact Design is much better capable of coming up with longer-term,
>more stable, and higher returning solutions than BA can, b/c BA is too
>narrow in focus in that it only looks at related and observed problems
>instead of defining problems outside of the relational and observed.

>But that's a whole other discussion.

Let's rock.

23 Sep 2004 - 10:53am
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Pradyot Rai
2004

Proposal for DC chapter for Interaction Designers

Hi there,

I am proposing to folks on this forum to initiate a local chapter in
DC Metro area. For that to happen, I need those who are interested in
launching it. Please let me know if any of you are interested. I would
need following to get it going --

1. Send me your name/emails, if you are in DC Metro area
2. Ideas/opinions about this forum's activities

Rgds,

Prady

28 Jun 2010 - 12:07pm
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4 years ago
2 replies
tonyzeoli
2008

Question about full 1024 width of SmashingMagazine web site

Anyone have any thoughts on Smashing's expanded 1024 layout for higher res monitors?

Noticed they collapse to 990 at 1024, but go to the full 1024 as you expand out.

Who is making this move now? What's the standard or best practice? Client is looking for inspiration on HuffPo and other newsy sites. Sees the 960 grid, but wants to ascertain what the current thinking is on expanding out to 1024.

Thanks.


Best regards,

:: Tony Zeoli
:: Founder

27 Aug 2013 - 4:15am
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1 year ago
1 reply
snehars
2013

MS in HCI

Can anybody please suggest good schools/universities for MS in HCI.

4 Oct 2007 - 10:13pm
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Victor Lombardi
2003

[plug] Prototyping and other classes in NYC

NEW SMART EXPERIENCE CLASSES + WORKSHOPS:

<-- PETER MORVILLE COMES TO NYC -->

After having the foresight to co-author the book "Information
Architecture for the World Wide Web" in 1998, Peter is looking
forward again to understand how we'll reconcile the timeless
principles of design and organization with new transmedia models
of interaction, co-creation, tagging, and user participation.
His article "Information Architecture 3.0" [1] drew heated
reactions, and soon he'll bring these ideas to New York in a
workshop [2] to examine how integrating product developmen