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29 Jul 2004 - 7:29am
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pabini
2004

Re: Design specs (Was: Design Methodology for GUIdevelopment)

Hi Jim

> "QE" stands for "Quality Engineering".

***PGP I figured as much. :-)

It used to be know largely as
> "Quality Assurance", and the Microsoft-approved term seems to be
> "Test Engineer".

28 Jul 2004 - 11:19pm
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erin malone
2004

JOB: Design Communicator / Evangelist Needed at Yahoo! in Sunnyvale, CA

Hi folks - I am looking for a Design Communicator /Evangelist with ID
and VisDe background to work on the Platform Design team here at
Yahoo! in Sunnyvale, California. We are responsible for capturing and
documenting standards,
best practices in interaction design and the brand as it applies to
the online products. The Evangelist / Design Communicator will write
and help champion the value of best practices and standards.

28 Jul 2004 - 5:22pm
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Beth Mazur
2003

EVENT: Aging by Design -- Older Adults and Technology, Waltham MA, 9/27&28/04

I'm hoping this isn't too off-topic for this list, but I think there are some
interesting speakers here for both digital and physical IxDers. Toss
in a value price and Boston in the fall, and it might be just the ticket!

28 Jul 2004 - 3:14pm
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10 years ago
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mojofat
2004

Re: Design specs (Was: Design Methodology for GUI

There seem to be a lot of different ways to approach spec writing, but for anyone that's interested here is one way to go:
http://mojofat.com/tutorial/

I mostly agree with all of Jim's observations about what a good spec has, although my experience is that trying to defend every decision in a spec is not the best way to go. I prefer to write the spec as I want to see the product designed (functionally and visually) and then defend any decisions on a case-by-case basis in review sessions.

28 Jul 2004 - 12:04pm
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cfmdesigns
2004

Re: Design specs (Was: Design Methodology for GUI development)

Elizabeth Bacon <eb at elizabethbacon.com> writes:

>What is QE, exactly?

Well, there's a big old Pandora's Box for you. <grin>

"QE" stands for "Quality Engineering". It used to be know largely as
"Quality Assurance", and the Microsoft-approved term seems to be
"Test Engineer".

27 Jul 2004 - 10:12pm
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Elizabeth Bacon
2003

Design specs (Was: Design Methodology for GUI development)

Hi Jim,

What is QE, exactly?

But I have another question: what is the ideal kind of interaction design
spec to receive, speaking from a QE/development/testing perspective?

27 Jul 2004 - 6:21am
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10 years ago
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Michael Bartlett
2004

Follow up: Remote Control stuff

Purely for interest's sake...
http://slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=04/07/27/0250246&tid=159&tid=126&tid=129

Has both touch screen and tactile inputs. Although it's a tad pricey. Anyone
care to donate one and I'll do a full usability *cough* study *splutter* on
it... ;)

26 Jul 2004 - 3:10pm
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David Texidor
2004

RE: Discuss-interactiondesigners.com Digest, Vol 10, Issue 23

Hi Sean,

I'd like to suggest doing a search on insight.com to see another example of filtered results.

I don't mean for this to be a selfish plug by any means (as a matter of fact, I welcome any critiques...), but we've developed a navigated or filtered search similar to what you describe. The idea behind it is the user can continue to narrow/filter and always get a result. We use links instead of dropdowns.

26 Jul 2004 - 1:57pm
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9 years ago
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Schomer, Todd
2004

Tracking/Reporting Issues/Improvements

Hello All,

Just joined the list, and must admit that I haven't seen what kind of
content streams through here, so hopefully my first post won't be too off...

I'm trying to come up with a good system for tracking all of the data I
generate/collect about the products we develop here. Typical info usually
includes:

* Usability issues
* UI Guideline issues - consistency, standards, etc.
* Artwork issues (masks that need clean-up, etc.)
* Feature/UI ideas for making product more useful

What tools do you use to keep this all going? Filemaker database?

26 Jul 2004 - 1:04pm
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10 years ago
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Sean King
2004

Design patterns for parametric comparisons

Hi Everyone,
 
Long time lurker, first time writing.

I'm currently working on a project that requires
sorting and comparison of multiple parameters
associated to each product served up in a search
results page and I would love to get some opinions
from this community.

In my particular industry, the standard display for
this type of information is to display all of the
results in a sortable table, giving the user ability
to sort each column.

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