UI Design Tools Survey

10 Sep 2007 - 11:45am
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Jack L. Moffett
2005

I was asked by Professor Brad Myers of the Human-Computer Interaction
Institute (HCII) at CMU to post the following invitation to the list.

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We are looking for working designers to participate in a research
survey to
gather information regarding the current use of user interface design
tools,
the phases of design and the design of interactivity. By "designers"
we want
to include anyone who works in Interaction Design, Graphics Design,
Information Architecture, Experience Design, Visual Design, User
Interface
Design, or equivalent, on applications for computers, for the Web, for
mobile phones, for electronic appliances, or equivalent. All
information you
supply in this survey will remain confidential and will not be
associated
with you personally.

Here is the link for the survey:

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=JXMRCz7stE6a041U5fhhlw_3d_3d

Everyone who completes this survey will be entered into drawings for
one of
five (5) gift certificates of $25 each from Amazon.com. The first
drawing
will be on:

Thursday, September 13, 2007, at 5:00pm EDT

Subsequent drawings will be on later days, and will include all of the
complete entries received. So enter soon for the best odds! The
survey will
probably take about 20 minutes to complete.

This survey is being performed by the Natural Programming Group at
Carnegie
Mellon University. Please contact Brad Myers at bam at cs.cmu.edu if you
have
questions, comments or feedback.

Thanks very much for your help!

Brad A. Myers
Professor
Human Computer Interaction Institute
School of Computer Science
Carnegie Mellon University
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3891
(412) 268-5150
FAX: (412) 268-1266
bam at cs.cmu.edu
http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~bam

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Jack L. Moffett
Interaction Designer
inmedius
412.459.0310 x219
http://www.inmedius.com

My goal is to build elegant products.
The products that don't make people think
when they should be doing,
make people think
when they should be learning,
compel them by relating to them,
and simply work.

- Robert Hoekman, Jr.

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