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Announcing Jobs@OK/Cancel

January 30th, 2004 by Kevin Cheng :: see related comic

You might notice a new nav item on the upper right. That’s right, in addition to your weekly dose of entertainment, we’re now providing a new service to our readers! The site ( even features it’s own RSS feed and search functionality.

We’ve noticed that job postings in our industry come via many different sources. To save everyone else the headache of sifting through each of these, we’re providing a one stop shop for you right here! That doesn’t mean we’re not accepting job postings if you

us, of course.

I’ve included full details of our job site below, as stated in our brand new, easy to read, copyright section.

Constructive feedback on the site would be appreciated!

Our Jobs @ OK/Cancel section
is a consolidation of publicly available job postings found on mailing
lists and websites. We are providing this aggregation as a central source
for our readers to see recent job postings in our domain. Where possible,
we endeavour to modify submission e-mail addresses to prevent bot spam.
Job posting sent directly to us will also be posted if appropriate (

OK/Cancel reserves the right to reject any submissions without explanation.
Generally, we will accept any job postings for anywhere around the world
that include but are not limited to:

  • Ergonomist
  • Industrial Design
  • Information Architect
  • Interaction Designer
  • Human Computer Interaction
  • Human Factors
  • Human Machine Interaction
  • Taxonomist
  • Usability Engineer
  • User Experience
  • User Interface Designer
Information provided in the job postings are provided as is and without
any guarantee on accuracy. OK/Cancel also does not specifically endorse
any company posted in the Jobs section.

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OK/Cancel is a comic strip collaboration co-written and co-illustrated by Kevin Cheng and Tom Chi. Our subject matter focuses on interfaces, good and bad and the people behind the industry of building interfaces - usability specialists, interaction designers, human-computer interaction (HCI) experts, industrial designers, etc. (Who Links Here) ?