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7 Nov 2008 - 9:56pm
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russwilson
2005
29 Feb 2008 - 6:14pm
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Chad Jennings
2004

[Job] Senior Designer at Blurb

Senior Designer - Interface & Web
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Do you love books and fiend over pixels? Looking to team up with a
tight-knit crew of designers, engineers and product gurus to lead the
design of our website and collaborate to conceptualize and build
brilliant solutions for Web 2.0 applications?
Check out Blurb (www.blurb.com).

Blurb is a company and a community passionate about books – reading,
making, sharing, and selling them. Blurb’s creative publishing service
is simple and smart enough to make anyone a bookmaker.

24 Apr 2008 - 3:53pm
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7 years ago
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Rob Nero
2005

Animotion Sickness?

(no, that isn't a typo)

Has anyone encountered motion sickness on a website or webapp that animates
the interaction too much?

I am in the middle of designing a new navigational paradigm for enterprise
webapps that would heavily use the scriptaculous animation framework. The
idea is that each click of diving deeper into the application and content,
each layer deeper would animate onto the screen to show the relationship of
content.

While watching a coworker demonstrate a prototype he developed, I started
getting concerned that too much animation might be a bad thing.

10 Jan 2009 - 3:44am
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6 years ago
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Pietro Desiato
2008

IxD Conference Overview

hi all,
new year has started and I'd like to have an overview on the must-be
conferences so that I can plan my partecipations a little bit.
And since this is the best place to ask...well, i'm asking :D

what are in your opinion the conferences we should not miss and why?

thanks all,
Pietro Desiato

27 Apr 2009 - 3:50am
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prasannabk
2007

[Job] - User experience / interaction designers at TATA ELXSI Bangalore

Hi All

TATA Elxsi is looking for user experience/interaction designers with
experience.

Please send your updated profile and portfolio, along with Experience, CTC,
ECTC and N.P to akshatha at tataelxsi.co.in

Please find below the details

*User Experience – Interaction Design.

Job Profile: Interaction Design

Experience: 3 – 8 years

To design information architecture,Navigation and
interaction design for applications, embedded servic

11 Mar 2004 - 1:30pm
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Dave Malouf
2005

ADMIN & SC Member re: OSD

Obviously, I have my opinion, but I can see energy where it exists and who
am I to detract from it.

I would suggest that anyone wishing to follow Clifton lead on this, do
exactly that. Clifton Carrie Ritchie, and myself are the only members of the
tools & resources initiative that is ongoing right now for the IxD group. If
you are truly interested in seeing the tools and resources initiative take
on an open source approach I suggest you lend Clifton, Carrie, and I a hand
to help make it happen. There is nothing in the current suggestions that
don't fit within that plan.

13 Sep 2004 - 10:40am
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Rick Cecil
2004

Job Opening: Web Designer

hesketh.com is excited to announce a new Web Designer position.

Title: Web Designer

Occupational Summary:

As a Web Designer for hesketh.com, you will be responsible for the
visual design of Web site and application designs and implementation
for our progressive client base using a user-centered design approach
and employing tools such as Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Flash, xHTML, and
CSS.

6 Sep 2007 - 6:28pm
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seigosim
2007
15 Jun 2009 - 7:51am
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yannis vasmatzidis
2006

Job: Information architect/UX Designer position, Wells Fargo, Edison, NJ

Hi Everybody,

Wells Fargo has an opening for an Infronation Architect/UX Designer (see details below). The position is in Edison/North Brunswick, NJ.

28 May 2009 - 3:23pm
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6 years ago
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Steven Johnson
2009

What % above the fold for ads?

Many years ago, I had some ad folks telling me that a 300x250 ad had
to show 1/3 above the fold (1024x768) to be sold as an
"above-the-fold" ad. It was some other fraction for a 160x600.

Either IAB.net doesn't have those details along with their other
specs, or I'm just not finding them.

Does anyone have a link to some kind of industry-wide accepted
standards or guidelines that answers the question: How much of the ad
has to show ATF before it can be sold as being ATF?