applications

7 Jun 2011 - 6:40pm
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uobroin
2010

UX Intern/Grad Position Enterprise Applications - Oracle

Folks, UX intern position going in Dublin, great opportunity.

10 MONTH INTERNSHIP USER EXPERIENCE (USABILITY) COORDINATOR – GRADUATE ROLE

3 Mar 2011 - 8:33pm
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bambou
2009

(Mobile) Apps Go Global conference - San Francisco, March 8

Globalizing Mobile Apps

New markets await mobile application UX designers, developers, and project managers, who know how to enter international markets and how to localize their products to meet the needs of customers overseas. Apps go Global is a new 1-day event designed to provide strategic and tactical advice for anyone working on mobile apps to achieve success in global markets.

The event is hosted by The Localization Insitute at Fort Mason, San Franciso, on March 8, 2011.

3 Mar 2011 - 8:27pm
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bambou
2009

(Mobile) Apps Go Global conference -- San Francisco, March 8

Globalizing Mobile Apps

New markets await mobile application UX designers, developers, and project managers, who know how to enter international markets and how to localize their products to meet the needs of customers overseas. Apps go Global is a new 1-day event designed to provide strategic and tactical advice for anyone working on mobile apps to achieve success in global markets.

The event is hosted by The Localization Insitute at Fort Mason, San Franciso, on March 8, 2011.

3 Dec 2010 - 1:56pm
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3 years ago
5 replies
Sachendra
2005

Awesome design features of mobile apps

What design features in mobile apps do think are the most effective and enjoyable to use?
1 Oct 2010 - 5:43am
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3 years ago
4 replies
Andreas Absér
2007

What's best practice regarding style guides/prototypes/HMI guidelines/process for huge systems in huge corporations?

Let's say (hypothetically) you're working as an HFE-specialist for a major corporation developing huge situational awareness/command and control systems for many countries. The process for HFE/ID/UX is substandard and the interfaces are often put together by the programmers. 

Now what if you could decide how everything will work instead?  What would you do, what standards would you have the company adhere to? What would the processes you design look like? What key documents would be produced?

OK, big question. But where to start?

21 Jan 2010 - 2:47pm
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4 years ago
1 reply
tdehnert@aquent.com
2008

6 month contract with top company: Mid-Senior Interaction Designer

I don't want to put a huge amount of information here, so please
email me directly for a full job description at tdehnert at aquent.com.
This should prove to be a very interesting long term project with a
top company here in the bay.

Work with a phenomenal team that also happens to work remotely two
days a week!

18 Nov 2009 - 2:26pm
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3 years ago
3 replies
Pietro Desiato
2008

Being an Interaction Designer in the iPhone applications world

Hi all,

I'd like to know if any of you have some experience with iPhone
interaction design. To me, it looks like iPhone applications are
sometimes dominated by devs that are able to create their apps
without any help. Obviously, I am referring to what it looks like an
early stage of the iPhone application design. Where early means
functionalities and extra features but not studying, testing and
finding the best interface solutions (with the necessary exceptions
ofc).

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