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26 Dec 2007 - 1:40am
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6 years ago
28 replies
Dan Saffer
2003

OLPC: Sugar Not So Sweet?

I'd be interested in hearing from interaction designers who have
played extensively with the new One Laptop Per Child UI ("Sugar").

I saw the first public demo of Sugar back in August at AP's UX Week:

<http://www.adaptivepath.com/blog/2007/08/14/uxweek2007-lisa-strausfeld-on-one-laptop-per-child/
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but never really got to play with it.

12 May 2014 - 9:59pm
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17 weeks ago
3 replies
Raelynn OLeary
2008

Internationalization Recommendation?

I was hoping that folks with experience in internationalization/translation of products might be able to weigh in here.

In a mobile application design, we're using a linear next/last navigation where next is on the right and last is on the left. The user can also swipe between screens.


When it gets translated for cultures that read right to left, should next be at the left and last be at the right?

15 Sep 2008 - 9:40am
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5 years ago
76 replies
tamlyn
2008

Next & previous button order

As discussed by LukeW in Web Form Design, it's best to have the primary
action of a form be the first button that the user sees. For left-to-right
languages this means having the primary action on the left and any secondary
actions on the right (see A in this illustration
http://www.flickr.com/photos/rosenfeldmedia/2366430953/ ).

15 Oct 2008 - 3:35am
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3 years ago
73 replies
R. Groot
2006

Can an interaction designer creat (great) interaction without (great) visual design skills?

Hi all,

in my daily work as an interaction designer I mostly create wireframes and
support the visual designers in their creation of the visual design for
these wireframes.

I notice though, that there is a strong dependency on how/if the interaction
will work and the (eventual) visual design.

My question: can an interaction designer create great working interaction
without having visual design skills?

Kind regards,
Rein Groot

24 Feb 2012 - 12:25pm
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2 years ago
5 replies
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Ras
2012

IX / UX or UI designer?

Hi All,

All through my career, as a Graphic Designer I never explored anything other than graphic and print design. Now, I am interested and want to expand my skill set. I have no coding knowledge, but can understand HTML and css codings. I am not good with coding and at this point in my career, I dont want to get into it. I am interested to learn more about IX, UX and UI design. Wherever I search, I am not able to find any standard description or  defined career path for UX, IX  / UI designer.  

20 Aug 2012 - 3:08am
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1 year ago
7 replies
Josevic
2011

Frameworks for rapid prototyping with HTML, CSS and JavaScript

Hi all,

I've been researching a bit on what is the best for rapid prototyping using HTML, CSS, JavaScript.

Until now I was using Balsamiq Mockups, Axure and tools like that but recently I've realized that for some purposes could be appropriate to use "handmade" HTML with style and interactions and refine it and add interactions throught an iterative process.

But I think for rapid prototyping a framework is needed and have to exists already some goods alternatives that make the life easier to designers/developers.

What would you recommend in those cases?

19 Oct 2006 - 4:32am
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7 years ago
7 replies
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stauciuc
2006

Mozilla Firefox - showing passwords

Hi, all

There was something on my mind for a whiIe and now I decided to ask: Has
anyone any ideea what in the world determined the makers of Firefox to
display all stored passwords on a user's computer just at 3-4 clicks away?
To me, it makes the feature of storing passwords almost useless.
I like to have things as simple as possible, so I generally choose to stay
'logged in' and have passwords remember and things like that.

31 Mar 2014 - 9:51am
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16 weeks ago
7 replies
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tdellaringa
2006

Thoughts on checkbox controls in iOS7 Apps

As there is no checkbox control in iOS, it always become a bit of an issue on how to mimic that functionality in an app or in a mobile site. The Apple HIG is strangely silent on the issue, other than offering up a segmented control that will only accept a single choice. That's fine for a radio group, but doesn't work for something where you want someone to check a box before continuing, like accepting terms and conditions. 

31 Dec 2013 - 12:28pm
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34 weeks ago
5 replies
rwdunn
2011

Name Top Agile UX Consulting Firms

Hello all,

I'm looking for a "short list" of top consulting firm recommendations (Boston, NY area preferred, but US-wide is ok too) to consider from anyone who has had direct experience working with such firms that have really proven their worth to introduce and foster transormative work practice around Agile UX for web design/development teams. To help frame the scope of the consulting, I'm envisioning a 5-8 day cross-discipline/stakeholder workshop and educational service focused on agile UX and collabortive web product design/innovation.

5 Oct 2009 - 3:13pm
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4 years ago
1 reply
Siegy Adler
2009

Identifying Stakeholder Requirements

Here’s my take on a key first step in the development of any
functional spec – the identification of stakeholder requirements.

Let's start by defining the term 'stakeholder'. A stakeholder can
be anyone who has an interest in the successful completion of a
project. This may include the individual(s) authorizing the project
as well as the folks who will actually be using the application. Once
you have identified the stakeholders, at a minimum, you'll need to
get answers to the following questions:

1.