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20 May 2004 - 5:08pm
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Dave Malouf
2005

JOB: Opsware, Sunnyvale, CA, USA: User Experience Designer

[NOTE: replying to me will get you nowhere; be sure to reply to info listed
below in the ad]

Job Title: User Experience Designer
Organization: Engineering
Location: Sunnyvale CA

Description

We are looking for a jack-of-all trades with some killer skills. Our ideal
candidate is smart, creative, talented, a quick thinker, good natured,
flexible, creative, enthusiastic, well-spoken and who writes well.

19 May 2004 - 5:43pm
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10 years ago
1 reply
Andrew Otwell
2004

Re: Summer interns needed - IxD and D (with location)

> Yodlee is located in Redwood Shores (Bridge Park shuttle service from San
> Carlos Caltrain)

...California, USA. :-)

18 May 2004 - 3:29pm
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Cindy Alvarez
2004

Summer interns needed - IxD and D (with location)

Thanks to Kevin and Andrew for reminding me to add the location!

Yodlee is located in Redwood Shores (Bridge Park shuttle service from San
Carlos Caltrain).
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Hi all -

I'm looking for one or two summer interns to help me out with some
application design and more visual design projects.

17 May 2004 - 4:15pm
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Cindy Alvarez
2004

Summer interns needed - IxD and D

Hi all -

I'm looking for one or two summer interns to help me out with some
application design and more visual design projects. This could be a great
opportunity for a student or someone who is just starting out with IxD or
UI design and needs to grow their portfolio.

The positions do not pay, but we will work to get you college credit
if possible and figure out a flexible schedule. I'd also be happy to help
you spec out and build your portfolio.

14 May 2004 - 10:28am
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Gino Zahnd
2003

Job: User Interface Designer, Santa Cruz, Ca

A User Interface Designer at Validus develops the underlying
concepts and detailed user interface elements behind our
multimodal, handheld medical products designed for physicians.

As a UI Designer at Validus, you will:

+ interact daily with content and speech UI designers,
the engineering team, and staff physicians;

+ conduct some formal, but mostly guerilla user research;

+ work with the product team to map your findings into
detailed design specs for the interaction design, application
flow, screen layouts, GUI elements, etc.;

+ create and fully develop GUI designs

14 May 2004 - 8:24am
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Carrie Ritch
2003

interface patents

My company is aiming to "productize" an online community application that we custom developed a few years ago. I'm working on redesigning the interface and I'm wondering if we need to be mindful of any existing patents. Are there specific web interfaces or combinations of widgets that have been patented or are in the process of being patented? And any patents specifically pertaining to community/collaboration web apps?

Any experience, knowledge, thoughts are much appreciated.

Thanks!
carrie

13 May 2004 - 3:40pm
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10 years ago
1 reply
robert strati
2004

Cool Breadcrumbs

Hi,

I'm looking for any examples of some cutting edge breadcrumb
treatments/concepts - can be way out there - anyone seen any lately? Thanks.

Rob

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13 May 2004 - 8:56am
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Narey, Kevin
2004

FW: Labelling Progress Indicators [was Breadcrumbs]

Correct - this is a wizard, but with non-linear linking as per a shopping
experience hence there is no hierarchy but a broken down form with
dependencies i.e. you can't order a vehicle without a customer etc. Having
the whole form on one page would be unmanageable at best.

>Breadcrumbs normally show a hierarchical tree, not the cumulative
progression through steps.
Ok perhaps I should have said 'progress indicator' i.e.

13 May 2004 - 8:46am
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Dave Collins
2004

Labelling Progress Indicators [was Breadcrumbs]

>Not sure where your sitemap reference came from but thanks for your
response.

'Implied' sitemap. (I probably should have said 'architecture') As in:
the details you provide about your pages hint at an overarching
structure that defines the relationships between the pages (not the
whole site, just this section). Or, more simply: I'd like to see your
boxes and arrows.

Dave

13 May 2004 - 7:21am
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10 years ago
1 reply
Narey, Kevin
2004

Labelling Breadcrumbs

This is probably a contextual issue, but I'd be interested to know whether
you prefer to label in such a way that it gives the user an idea of the
action they will perform when they get there or describe the content of that
page that they will find.

Example of breadcrumb trail labels with potential action to perform when the
user gets there:

Configure/Confirm Customer > Configure/Confirm Vehicle > Add Options >
Confirm Financials > Confirm Order

Or

Example of breadcrumb trail labels with potential content description when
the user gets there:

Customer Details > Vehicle Deta

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