Discussion Archive

1 Feb 2010 - 10:47am
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5 years ago
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morville
2010

Search Pattern Library

In concert with the publication of our new book about search and discovery, I'm pleased to announce the launch of...

http://searchpatterns.org/

...a gateway to the Search Pattern Library, our colorful public collection of examples, patterns, and anti-patterns.

We hope you find these resources interesting and valuable. Please let us know that you think. Thanks!

Peter Morville
President, Semantic Studios
http://semanticstudios.com/
http://findability.org/

26 Oct 2009 - 10:14am
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Diana Malerba
2009

UXconference, December 3rd, Switzerland

1st UXConference
“Innovation in User Experience Design”
Lugano (Switzerland), 3 December 2009

Registration is open at the conference website:
http://www.uxcon.com/iscriviti/
—in order to register, you can also visit: http://www.amiando.com/Uxcon.html

EARLY BIRD fees:
regular 250 CHF (360 CHF after November 3rd)
IWA Member 225 CHF (306 CHF after November 3rd)

Keynote speaker:
Leandro Agrò
Massimo Pettiti
Francesco Cirillo
Fabio Sergio

Conference topics and presentations:

22 Feb 2007 - 11:43pm
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Wendy Tam
2007

Creative Tool Preference - New Mobile Media Project

Dear designer friends,

We're working on a New Media project on Mobile Devices that enables
designers to create high quality animation & interaction experience on
mobile devices.

3 Sep 2007 - 9:52am
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7 years ago
2 replies
Fredrik Gunne
2007

Examples for data-mining UI

Hi!

I'm looking for examples or comments that would guide me in the right
direction to solve the following problem (I'm not an experienced UI
developer):

We are developing an application used to administer and browse data
around a data-mining system.

At the core of the system are the objects. Examples are Customer,
Product, Vendor, Department, etc. Each such object have different set of
attributes (name, address, price, etc).

The objects are then categorized along different "dimensions".

11 May 2005 - 8:48am
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Patricia Mullenberg
2005

Changing Passwords and retrieving forgotten Passwords

Hi there,

Does anyone know of any reports or studies that have been done on the
best ways to change passwords or retrieve forgotten passwords?

Thanks in advance
Trish

9 Jan 2009 - 6:14am
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6 years ago
4 replies
Sam Menter
2008

address from postcode / zip code

Hi

Lots of UK sites find the user's full address from their postcode (zipcode).
This saves the user typing a full address, but I'm not convinced it makes
the form completion any easier. When there are lots of houses on the same
postcode, the user still has to scroll through a long list of addreses to
select the correct address, whereas their home address is an easy thing to
type - they've typed it a million times...

Has anyone got any examples of best practice for this design pattern? Has
anyone done research into this functionality?

Thanks,
Sam

3 Jul 2007 - 3:52am
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Honor Gunday
2007

Future of Interaction Design with Web-hosted personal data

Hi everyone,
I joined the list several days ago and I have been enjoying reading the
discussions a lot.

30 Mar 2007 - 9:09am
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Jackson Fox
2006

Announcing DCampSouth 2007

Triangle UPA (http://triupa.org) is excited to announce that planning
has begun for DCampSouth 2007, an unconference for anyone interested
in design and user experience.

When: May 2007
Where: Some in Research Triangle Park, NC

Learn more at the DCampSouth 2007 Wiki: http://dcampsouth.pbwiki.com

In May 2006 I had the good fortune to attend DCamp
(http://www.socialtext.net/dcamp/) at the SocialText headquarters in
Palo Alto, CA.

31 Oct 2011 - 1:51am
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3 years ago
9 replies
danpep
2011

Looking for UI/UX assistance

Hi,

I work with a non-profit hospital in rural India, JSS (www.jssbilaspur.org), that is building an open-source, volunteer-driven, health information system and is in need of assistance with UI/UX design.

15 Jun 2010 - 2:56pm
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4 years ago
4 replies
jrrogan
2005

Re: [IxDA] Berkshire Hathaway. Good Design?

That is too funny!   I believe Berkshire Hathaway simply does not make money from it's corporate website, thus it does not need to spend excess capital on this site.   note it is somewhat usable in that it highlights the basics of Bershire that a user would need to know about.   I especially love Jewelry and car insurance links at the bottom of the page.   Rich