Keith Okabe Phones & Addresses

  • 2292 Kent St, San Mateo, CA 94403
  • 2777 Boncheff Dr, San Jose, CA 95133
  • Mountain View, CA
  • Burlingame, CA


Company: Microsoft Jan 2000 to Sep 2013 Address: Mountain View, CA Position: Ux designer


Degree: Special Degree School / High School: San Jose State University 1985 to 1993 Specialities: Graphic Design / Computer Science / Radio Television Film


Computer Software



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Ux Designer At Microsoft

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UX Designer at Microsoft
San Francisco Bay Area
Computer Software
Microsoft - Mountain View, CA since Jan 2000
UX Designer

Minerva Networks Jan 2003 - Jan 2004
Art Director

Silicon Gaming 1995 - 1999

Animatrix 1988 - 1990
Motion Designer
San Jose State University 1985 - 1993
Special Degree, Graphic Design / Computer Science / Radio Television Film


Us Patents

Content-Progress Indicator For An Epg

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US Patent:
2008032, Dec 25, 2008
Apr 15, 2004
Appl. No.:
Ronald Alan Morris - San Francisco CA,
Keith Ken Okabe - San Mateo CA,
David Hendler Sloo - Menlo Park CA,
International Classification:
G06F 3/00
US Classification:
725 47
A content-progress indicator for an EPG is described. In an implementation, a user interface (UI) for output by a client and for display by a display device includes a plurality of representation of content items and at least one pictorial representation. Each representation of a content item is selectable by a user to navigate to a corresponding content item. Each content item has a duration when streamed for output by the client. The at least one pictorial representation corresponds to a respective content item and indicates a time remaining in the duration of the respective content item.

Strategies For Navigating Through A List

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US Patent:
7840899, Nov 23, 2010
Jun 2, 2006
Appl. No.:
Ronald A. Morris - San Francisco CA,
Jonathan L. Conradt - San Jose CA,
Yi Linda Chan - San Jose CA,
David H. Sloo - Menlo Park CA,
Keith K. Okabe - San Mateo CA,
Microsoft Corporation - Redmond WA
International Classification:
G06F 15/177
G06F 3/00
US Classification:
715734, 715721
A list navigation module (LNM) is described that allows a user to navigate among a filtered list of items, yet, in addition, also discover items within an original list items. In operation, a user inputs a search selection, which prompts the LNM to cull a filtered list of items from the original set of items. When the user enters navigation selections of a first kind, the LNM advances to only items in the filtered list. When the user enters navigation selections of a second kind, the LNM advances to items in the unfiltered original list. Further, when the user attempts to navigate past an end of the presented filtered list, the LNM advances to items in the unfiltered original list. The LNM can provide a visual indicator which conveys that one or more items in the original list of items do not appear in the filtered list of items.
Keith K Okabe from San Mateo, CA, age ~52 Get Report