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27 Oct 2005 - 3:09pm
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drewbam
2004

Job--Contract :: Interaction Designer :: TEAGUE :: Seattle, USA

TITLE:: Interaction Design Contractor

DESCRIPTION::

TEAGUE's Product Studio is looking for contract interaction designers,
who will work with our Product Studio team in Seattle for short and
medium-term (2-12 week) projects.

18 Feb 2007 - 10:09am
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Tommy Sundström
2007

Usability testers in Norway and Holland

I would need to get in contact with a companies capable of conducting
usability tests in Norway and Holland.

Please e-mail me off-list at tommy at heltenkelt.se

/Tommy

26 Mar 2007 - 3:05pm
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7 years ago
2 replies
andrea
2006

Aural Tones

Hello IxDA -

Working on a site re-launch and the creatives are hoping to find "musical
tones" that are not too offensive for the site surfer -- a simple auditory
cue for the site visitors.... anyone have any ideas where I can find a
sample of these?

many thanks for any leads,
Andrea

19 Jul 2012 - 9:22am
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marekp
2010

[Event] Programme for the next MEX, September 2012

The next MEX is on 19th & 20th September 2012 in London.

MEX shapes the future of mobile user experience by bringing together 100 speakers, facilitators and participants to work collaboratively on 6 MEX Pathways.

I've just published the programme for this 11th international edition, including details of the new Pathways and speakers:

http://pmn.co.uk/mex/

17 Oct 2007 - 5:11pm
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7 years ago
1 reply
MJ Broadbent
2010

Auction of UI Intellectual Property?!

Saw the headline below yesterday and thought I'd share. Kind of
trippy; had never thought that intellectual property would/could be
auctioned in this way! Particularly UI stuff. Hmmmm, weird. Anybody
aware of this sort of thing? Thoughts/comments?

CHICAGO, Oct.

23 Jan 2007 - 11:14am
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8 years ago
1 reply
skyburn
2005

UIE Web App Summit - Monterey

So Day 3 of this event has started and I am a bit surprised that no
one has posted anything yet.

Anyone who was there/still there have any moving thoughts?

For me it was a great trip and worth it (traveling with my boss who is
not a designer) to hear, "wow these Adaptive Path guys are pretty
sharp."

I nearly snarfed my coffee (laughing).

--
Joe

3 Jan 2005 - 8:05pm
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Rick Cecil
2004

End of application process for IxDG Retreat '05

All,

The application process for IxDG Retreat '05 is now closed.

We want to thank everyone who responded to our call. We are going to
review all of the applications and will be contacting the applicants
by the end of January.

Thank you,
Steering Committee
Rick Cecil, David Heller, Joshua Seiden

28 Aug 2010 - 10:28am
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4 years ago
2 replies
hassan.schroede...
2009

Re: [IxDA] Re: [IxDA] New rule for posting jobs

On Fri, Aug 27, 2010 at 7:51 PM, Dave Malouf wrote:

> This is not a "design problem" but a "relationship problem".

If so, what's the solution? Mass list counseling? That's a lot of billable hours for someone :-)

And do you think this is truly a 100% either/or issue -- that there's no possibility a "design problem" approach might result in at least some mitigating of the situation?

-- Hassan Schroeder ------------------------ hassan.schroeder@gmail.com twitter: @hassan

17 May 2006 - 2:08pm
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8 years ago
6 replies
Ted Boren
2005

aquire usability labrats

I don't know about "labrats" ;-) , but if you want to recruit "usability test participants", there are several good resources out there with recruiting tips, tricks, non-disclosure forms, and other helpful stuff if you're just getting started with a recruiting program. A few:
http://stcsig.org/usability/resources/toolkit/toolkit.html"A Practical Guide to Usability Testing", Dumas & Redish.

13 Feb 2009 - 12:22am
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5 years ago
3 replies
Jarod Tang
2007

Nice article, Is Good Design Replicable? by Joshua Porter

Is Good Design Replicable?<http://bokardo.com/archives/is-good-design-replicable/>

The following pieces are very attractive,
"So, the obvious question to ask is: *Is there evidence that someone
following a certain process produces great design every time?*"

"The problem with Apple, of course, is that their design process is
completely shrouded in mystery. They may be using different design processes
on each project, or on a project-by-project basis.