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As I get deeper into the subject, I've made a welcome discovery...the Microsoft WPF SDK does simultaneous touchscreen gestures! (Their name for them is "manipulations".) No need to implement my own gesture-detection library.


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Both the above answers are great. I will add that when possible I add extreme edge cases to my test panels. A trick I learned by accident. I was testing a mobile banking app for business people. I usually order panels from an agency that recruits them for us. The first bunch was mistakenly switched with a panel of non-business people for another project. ...


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I have a couple portfolios online both of which i realise are not that good. If I were to get a portfolio from someone here's what I would want to see in it 1)A short summary of you "I am a UXer with 5 years industry experience". Cool! i got it 2)A couple of projects you worked on where you describe what the application was for, for who, what problem it ...


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http://tarng.com/-2011/ Very good case studies. Unfortunately his old site breaks in Chrome. You have to use safari to view.


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The main Idea is to tell to story of your project, background info like what was the business requirements what was the brif, who else worked on this project with you, and what was your role, show your process and explain about your research, the different solutions you offered and what the costumer chose to advance with and why, tell about the user testing ...


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I'm fond of applying Steve Krug's maxim "Recruit loosely and grade on a curve". If you can't find your ideal users feel free to recruit other folk, but apply more weight to the feedback of people who are closer to your target group.


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If you are using the concept of User Stories, and you have built your functionality to fulfil user stories, your usability testing could follow the same pattern. (if you are using Cucumber, then your Cucumber tests can also be derived from the user story really easily) e.g. Example user stories for Amazon.com User story: As a customer, I want to be able ...


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This is an old question, but I'd like to share this anyway. History Random Wire has an insightful perspective on influencing factors behind Japan's internet. A few highlights ... Go on a safari around some of Japan’s most popular sites and here’s what you can expect to find (see Goo, Rakuten, Yomiuri, NicoNico, OKWave, @cosme, and more): ...


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Yes, if the cost / difficulty of gathering data from college students is low and easy but needs to be kept in check if you are still going to test the actual target audience. It also depends on how many rounds of testing you plan on doing and time management. Project creep be lurking unless user testing is done in parallel? Yes, why not so long as this is ...



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