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Who are we designing for? The majority of our users or the users who bring in the majority of our revenue?

Just had one of my attitudes challenged: My attitude: We should be designing for our users. Yes, we need to have a good understanding of what else is going on in the market, understand what the ...
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Is the state of 'flow' equivalent to user engagement?

From Wikipedia Flow (psychology): Flow is the mental state of operation in which a person performing an activity is fully immersed in a feeling of energized focus, full involvement, and ...
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Why the screen resolution is 1024x768? [duplicate]

Worldwide 1024x768 is still the most common screen resolution. Why they had chosen the width as 1024 and not a user remembrance number like 1020 or 1030?
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User friendly language for notifications?

What is the most user friendly way to notify an user that "The items in the rows needs to be re-arranged" What I have is Re-sequencing items required, press update button How can I make this ...
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How to perform a task analysis?

What are your methods to understand the task the visitors to your web site want to solve? Surveys? Interviews? What questions do you ask? Simple asking them about their main reason for visiting the ...
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Who are the most common visitor types to a web site?

Creating a detailed stakeholder analysis is fundamentally when you are planning to build a usable web site. Prior to a workshop I've tried to list the most common stakeholders that are likely to ...
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How to discover what users NEED and not what they WANT?

I have been thinking a lot about my favorite quote from Henry Ford: If I asked people what they wanted, they would have said 'Faster Horses'. -Henry Ford The trouble I have been having is that ...