4 Apr 2010 - 2:02am
Sachin Ghodke

Copyright or © or both - grammar calls for some sound bites.

I wonder if people do pay attention to simple things like writing "Copyright" or "©". I mean, grammatically it does mean the same, why then use both in the folio (footer) of your website? Its either or and not both.

Examples: (this one's wasn't expected) (this too?)

27 Mar 2010 - 5:53pm
4 years ago
6 replies

The betacup design challenge for a sustainable community

It’s been said that design shapes behavior; and in user experience (UX) design, behavior informs design which shapes behavior. We can almost taste the tail of the snake in its own mouth.

26 Mar 2010 - 8:44pm
4 years ago
2 replies
Fred Celestino

Architecture: When Traditional meets Informational

Dear IxDA members,


Some of you may have learned from my previous threads that I am a visual designer and I would like to propose a collective usability test for a project I just launched this week.

23 Mar 2010 - 12:20pm

Prototyping Definition

Hi Everyone,

I have distilled the definition of prototyping, from a UX perspective, not a dictionary one. Anyway, it was part of a three part blog entry on my blog and I would be interested in your feedback and comments.


how to give a start for you innovation !

As a creative web designer, you will probably jobless in the near future; because variety of web layouts, iconography and interactivity has already invented and tested within the past 20 years. You may only experiment new graphic styles; but not more then that…  Regardless, your boss, your customers or the users still demand on your innovations to be impressed, but it isn’t so easy as before.

28 Feb 2010 - 9:49pm
Bill DeRouchey

Maria Cordell - Interaction Design for the Fourth Dimension

We spend a great deal of time thinking about and documenting design in two dimensions via sketches, flows, and wireframes, often for designs that are also rendered in two dimensions. We very often consider and incorporate three dimensional use and environmental information obtained via ethnography, contextual inquiry, and user studies. But we seldom evaluate or fold in the very real effects of a user’s relationship with design over time.

18 Jan 2009 - 11:07pm
5 years ago
42 replies
Michael Eckersley

Masters Programs in Interaction Design and Design Management at University of Kansas

Dear IXDA Members,

Last January, 2008 The University of Kansas launched two new
professional graduate programs: one in Interaction Design and another
in Design Management. The programs were years in the making and are
headed up by myself, Michael Eckersley and Richard Branham, with other
strong contributing faculty. More on Richard and myself below.

22 Sep 2007 - 11:44am
6 years ago
16 replies

IxDA Group on LinkedIn

Hello IxDAers,
Thanks to the efforts of Micah Laaker, there is an IxDA group up and
running on LinkedIn. Joining will allow you to find and contact other
IxDA members on LinkedIn.

29 Jun 2007 - 3:34pm
7 years ago
11 replies
Dave Malouf

what does the iPhone have/doesn't have

David Pogue put together a great FAQ about the iPhone.

For example, Todd, there is no iChat.

Now, remember I said my company is buying me one, but after reading
this, I'm not sure I would buy one. Here's why? remember I want to
focus on hardware issues, but there are some important software issues
for me that became apparent. Maybe these can be changed in the
firmware at a later date. Let's hope so:

1. can't use as a WAN modem for my laptop - This is a major thing I
want in my next phone.

12 Feb 2007 - 1:09pm
7 years ago
2 replies
Greg Jagiello

Any experience with Axure RP?

Good day -

I'm a partner in a small interaction design shop in San Francisco. I'm
currently doing all prototype work as HTML (using Dreamweaver) which works
great for low- and medium-fidelity deliverables, and plan on continuing
using HTML.

My clients, mostly startups, have been requesting more logic-based
functionality in prototypes recently.

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