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To be honest, your question isn't 100% clear - are you after some of the ways that an organisation can seek feedback from users to determine their requirements? For example, using evaluation processes such as focus groups and surveys. Or, do you mean that the organisation knows what it wants and what you're trying to determine is how to implement those ...


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How about not using the pointer at all but switch controls directly as the user scrolls. So by example if your application has two buttons horizontally in a row and an input down below scrolling left and right will toggle between the buttons and scrolling down will toggle between the input and the last button selected. I remember to have seen this on ...


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There is no one general right answer for that debate. It depends on the nature of the result expected : is it modular ? or is it a general decision ? Let me give an example : in medical domain, these images may be images of patient tissues, and the output required is a general decision : does the patient have certain type of tumor or not ? In such cases, ...


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To be honest Violet, you haven't provided enough info in your question for anyone to offer a definite answer to your particular problem. The way I see it, the answer will depend on the following variables: What does processing the images produce? - For example, if it produces an animated GIF image for use on internal SharePoint sites, that's less critical ...


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Building a mobile version of possibly complicated enterprise software requires very clear understanding of the main value that users derive from your product. It's about knowing what to push away to the second plan, and this is not an easy task. I'd recommend to take a step back and not to think about features for a moment. List user needs across different ...


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The best user experience is the user just uses the app without performing any other additional unrelated task like creating an account, logging in or choosing to save locally. So perhaps allow the user to use the app in demo mode from the get go, and store anything they create on your server (there are still ways you can create temporary accounts that ...


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Yes, I think using words like "Preview" or "Sample" are familiar to users and therefore your dummy data will be recognised as such. The other approach you could use instead of or in addition to the above is to use labels/values that clearly make it obvious. For example, John Doe and Jane Doe make it obvious, as would XYZ Wizard Corporation or Acme ...


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I'd give the user 3 options; continue process, including corrupt data continue process, exclude corrupt data from the computation stop process, allowing user to replace corrupt data As you've already noticed, people (e.g your and colleague) don't always agree on the best solution. In which case the best solution is to let the user decide. Not just on a ...



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