New answers tagged methodology
Joel is not always right... The article conflates two different arguments in support of bloat. It makes the case that: Resource bloat can improve software because (a) it allows developers to ship faster; (b) it allows software to support more features, and (c) bloat is relative, meaning that if computing power grows faster than resource bloat, then in ...
Bloat by size and efficiency is very different to a bloated feature set Feature Set In the argument around optimal set of software features, add adding "everything" in the Kano model provides a strong way to manage the coverage of features for a population. Enables one to strike a balance between "all the features for everyone" and "enough features to ...
Tests, tests, tests! A/B testing, User testing, calculating, finding targets, users eye tracking, mouse moves tracks, clicks, actions taken, focus-groups, think-aloud-protocols... Everything else is just empty words and hundred of articles in the net and discussions leading to nowhere.
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