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12 Nov 2010 - 11:27am
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4 years ago
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Scott McDaniel
2007

Kinect provides Minority Report-like interactions

Since we've often discussed the appearance and relevance of sci-fi movie interactions, and Minority Report gets brought up for various points: http://gizmodo.com/5688319/minority-report-courtesy-of-kinect

It's the future, everybody! Welcome to Costco, I love you!

Scott

-- ´Jesus and I agreed to see other people, but that don´t mean we still don´t talk time to time´

31 Jan 2005 - 3:11pm
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Elizabeth Bacon
2003

Position at St. Jude Medical

I'm pleased to announce that our team is growing even more this year! Here's
hoping one of you IxD's are interested in working in the rewarding area of
medical device technology...

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Position: Human Factors Specialist
Company: St. Jude Medical, CRMD
Location: Los Angeles, CA, USA

About Us:
The Human Factors team of the St. Jude Medical Cardiac Rhythm Management
Division is recognized as having a central role in defining interactive
products that delight our customers. St.

1 Mar 2011 - 5:30am
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3 years ago
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tgodding
2009

Best practice file naming

Hi there

Anyone know of any resources or research available around best practice file & document naming. I'm doing some usability and accessibility auditing for a large company's website including putting together policy & guidelines.

Thanks TG

 

 

18 Sep 2007 - 5:22pm
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7 years ago
6 replies
Marcus I
2007

Your Leading Design Consultancies and Design Rich Companies?

What are your top five user experience design consultancies / design rich companies? Not necessarily in any order and from an ID background perspective: 1. frog design 2. Apple 3. IDEO 4. Fitch 5. Yahoo! Enjoy,Marcus Imarcus-i-design AT hotmail

2 Jun 2008 - 11:20pm
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Navneet Nair
2004

[JOB] Interaction Designer, Google, Bangalore - Full time

*Interaction Designer - Bangalore*

*This position is located in Bangalore, India.*

"Focus on the user, and all else will follow." That's one of the principles
behind every product Google develops, and we're looking for a UI designer to
help us do just that with our new products and features. As UI Designer,
you'll work closely with engineers and product managers through all stages
of the product cycle.

26 Mar 2009 - 5:14pm
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diegooriani
2009

Carousel + Filters

I am doing a research on carousels interactions.

Does anyone knows where I can find an examples of a carousel design
using some of filters to sort the contents?

30 Mar 2009 - 11:50am
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5 years ago
2 replies
andre.rabelo
2009

New local group in Porto Alegre / Brazil

Is there anyone around living in Porto Alegre interested in joining a local group? The idea would be gathering people interested in learning together, sharing experiences and certainly meeting at some local pub from time to time J

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André Rabelo

9 May 2011 - 3:21pm
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tabbye
2010

Yahoo! Auto Response

Hi friend: Introduce you a cool website: walafa.com it is a large wholesaler who trade mainly in all kinds of electric products for promotion. To my surprise, their products are very low price and high quality. I bought a laptop from this website last week, and the laptop works very well! I think it is a shopping paradise which can bring you much benefit, so I want to share it with you! Best Regards!

14 Sep 2006 - 9:37am
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Radhika
2006

User Interface Designer, New York City, NY

Hello,

My client is looking for UI Designers.

Responsibilities:

The User Experience Designer is an analytic problem solver that can synthesize user research and business requirements into intuitive web page solutions and specifications for enterprise-wide portal applications.

12 Jul 2006 - 11:06am
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8 years ago
3 replies
Sabine Junginger
2006

Questioning User Research (was Eyetrackingarticle on UXMatters)

Hi Dave,

One of the biggest issues I notice in the application and understanding of user research is the confusion on its quantitative and qualitative usage. There is a persistent perception among designers that they need to produce "numbers for the marketing guys." User research as part of design research tends to be qualitative. It uses methods of observation, immersion, scenarios, and engages participants in activities like card-sorting.