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18 Nov 2003 - 4:48am
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Narey, Kevin
2004

Design Council description of ID

Positivism!

The Design Council (UK) are a generally well respected design organisation
and through Nico McDonald have provided an excellent description of what
Interaction Design actually is.

17 Nov 2003 - 6:48pm
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10 years ago
3 replies
Challis Hodge
2003

New Uber Design Org

What do folks think of this?

http://www.icograda.org/web/news-display.shtml?pfl=www/news-single-recent.pa
ram&op2.rf1=164

Aren't there more than two design disciplines?

-challis

17 Nov 2003 - 12:07pm
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Bennett, Louise
2005

To hide or not to hide - resolution

Hi everyone

Thanks for all of the notes and suggestions. Its great to be able to put these questions out there and get such thoughtful responses! I thought I'd let you know the outcome of this one.

We're at the stage now where final decisions are being made on how to proceed with this, and we're going to go with a fairly informative and interactive approach. We'll have information about the advanced product available via splash screens during the standard installation process, and we'll have a link to upgrade information and purchase procedure (via a HTML page) under the help menu.

14 Nov 2003 - 3:30pm
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Josh Seiden
2003

How to save accessibility from itself

A call to action that might interest some of you.

http://www.alistapart.com/articles/saveaccessibility/

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13 Nov 2003 - 7:48pm
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10 years ago
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Josh Seiden
2003

The Long Now seminar series

This organization is doing some profound and profoundly
moving thinking about time, civilization, technology,
and our shared future.

There are perhaps interaction design challenges here,
but I thought many on this list would be interested in
this in a more general sense. (And, since I just posted
a Boston-based event, this one is for the westies out
there.)

You have perhaps heard of the 10,000 year clock
project, an attempt to build a clock that will run for
10,000 years.

In some ways, the problem is a classic design and
engineering problem.

13 Nov 2003 - 6:01pm
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Josh Seiden
2003

FW: [usability-pr] Boston PR Event

Thought you all might be interested in this post from
another list...

Usability-pr is a low traffic list with some goals that
overlap with those of this list.

JS

-----Original Message-----
From: Tony Brown [mailto:tony at softplex.com]
Sent: Thursday, November 13, 2003 2:34 PM
To: usability-pr at smartgroups.com
Subject: [usability-pr] Boston PR Event

Hi All,

Hope your human factors and usabi

13 Nov 2003 - 4:55pm
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Dave Malouf
2005

RIA e-mail list (was RE: task flow pattern question)

<self promotion>
I run a small and currently not to active list dedicated to RIAs (rich
internet applications; ala macromedia).
Based on the examples mentioned below and the iHotelier stuff people spoke
about before, I would like to encourage people who are particularly
interested in the RIA stuff to join my list and talk about it there from not
only the ID perspectives, but the other elements that surround RIAs.

You can go to http://webgui.htmhell.com to learn more.

Say Hi when you subscribe.

13 Nov 2003 - 4:41pm
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10 years ago
2 replies
Christian Simon
2003

RE: Survey result interpretation

Reading some of these discussions I am so excited, I feel like starting my
own group at my local ACM chapter. I've enjoyed reading these discussions
and I participate when I feel that I can contribute. If you haven't read
much from me its just because I have not had much to say, but I appreciate
every post.

The posting regarding the Flash one screen hotel reservation deign was
particularly interesting to me. I've been researching for examples of simple
interaction schemes and this provides me with additional examples that are
difficult to find.

13 Nov 2003 - 12:47pm
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10 years ago
6 replies
Bennett, Louise
2005

To hide or not to hide

Here's a question I'm facing re an upcoming product release - I've picked a way to go but am hoping you guys (and girls) can validate it for me.

We have built a product that is going to be offered in 2 flavours - Standard (very limited features, but enough to satisfy simple use cases), and Advanced (lots of features satisfying very complex use cases).

PM believe that maybe 20% of the users who download the Standard product from the web site will ultimately migrate to the Advanced version (this % hasn't been based on any real user studies; its pretty much just their best guess).

13 Nov 2003 - 6:44am
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10 years ago
3 replies
Alex Bainbridge
2003

Patterns / best practice guidelines

Hi all

I wonder if the list has any views as to the difference between a pattern
and a best practice guideline.

Nielsen creates guidelines, I create guidelines (some would say, and they
are very specific for the travel industry) while others create patterns?

Jenifer wrote:

>(1) more patterns in general, covering more of the design space,
>(2) more low-level patterns, which would address smaller-scale
design problems?

Is a pattern a generic top level design solution / concept whereas a
guideline is the application of a pattern to a specific situation?

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