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Running qualitative and quantitative in parallel like you described above is an interesting idea. In my experience however the benefits from a quantitative study come fom the large sample sizes, tight margins of error, and generalizability. How might you account for trade off between large sample sizes in quantitative studies but the money and time it takes ...


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In a report and ebook published by ustwo, the authors argue that traditional dial-based instrument clusters are feature-rich but context-poor in that all information is displayed at all times. For example, the speed and rev dials are displayed even when the car is stationary. Instead, they propose that showing only the most appropriate information to a ...


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There is a lot of research on this topic. 1. Overview Here's an excellent review from the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute on the performance of different gauge designs, including linear, radial, and others: http://deepblue.lib.umich.edu/bitstream/handle/2027.42/793/78868.0001.001.pdf?sequence=2 It covers a broad range of gauge ...


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Most web pages employ sans-serif type.Hinting information, spatial anti-aliasing, and subpixel rendering technologies have partially mitigated the perception of serif fonts on screen. Due to the basic constraint of screen resolution—typically 100 pixels per inch or less—the serifs in some fonts can be difficult to discern on screen. Some serif fonts, such as ...


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My previous UX work was based on research and usability testing, and unfortunately I no longer have access to this work or have kept samples of it. You can still reference any work you have done in the past as long as its not covered by Non disclosure Agreement and your work experience is verifiable. Any advice for creating a portfolio from ...



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