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Mar
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comment How to work with visual designers who treat wireframes as literal graphic suggestions?
You're lucky to be working with designers that tread your wireframes as blue prints. The other way around is what driving me crazy. Some of the designers I have worked with are "creative" enough to come up with implementing menus and interactive elements that don't even even remotely resembles what I done. :)
Mar
2
comment Should app cache images or fetch them from server everytime in a mobile app?
- Doesn't matter if it was a technical question, we'll answer it from a UX perspective anyway. Deal with it! ;)
Feb
14
comment Product image links
Glad I can help :)
Feb
9
comment Conducting a competitive analysis
Great answer! Exactly what I needed.
Feb
9
comment Do people respond more to $ off promos or % off promos?
Not sure if this question is relevant here...
Feb
9
comment Best methods to find users for in-person user testing?
The same question: ux.stackexchange.com/questions/16409/…
Feb
7
comment What is the best way to map content to your information architecture deliverables?
I get your point. But sometime tje waterfall model works better and sometimes you need a web site disposition in order to get people start working with writing the content, doing the design, doing seo stuff (meta descriptions), taking photos etc. That is also in line with agile developement.
Feb
7
comment What is the best way to map content to your information architecture deliverables?
Dammit! I've just spent my bucks on Omnigraffle but it's Axure I needed obviously...
Feb
3
comment Best practices for Facebook Website Like vs Page Like
Perhaps an even better way would be to display a message after a visitor has liked a post/page that he could also become a fan of their Facebook Page as well?
Jan
26
comment How to prioritize target groups for a web site?
@Rahul There have to be some basic questions to ask yourself that is the same for every project. Some type of pattern. Some type of framework. When you are doing for example a marketing plan you'll have to ask who we're talking to, what should we say and in which channel should we say it and what outcome do we want. That type of questions. You can't just pick a couple of user groups and satisfy their need. There have to be some kind of organized discussion about how you prioritize them.
Jan
26
comment How to prioritize target groups for a web site?
Thanks. My question is which groups to prioritize after this phase. Say that one type of user needs a function that will cost $100.000 and another type of user needs a function that will cost $10.000. Or serving one user group will save the customer service 1h a day. Questions like that.
Jan
26
comment How to prioritize target groups for a web site?
@dnbrv By discussion I mean to start a discussion with the client or within the project group. Not here.
Jan
26
comment How to prioritize target groups for a web site?
I mean a corporate web sites that is aimed towards for example new customers.
Jan
26
comment How to prioritize target groups for a web site?
Yes, it's broad but that's intentional. I'm looking for a starting point for a discussion.
Jan
25
comment Is there any research available about the speed of working with a mouse vs. working with a trackpad?
My personal experience is that is much harder to play Battlefield 3 with a trackpad instead of a mouse... :)
Jan
24
comment Positive explanatory caption accompanying ad banner
Sorry but your answer doesnt really answer the question. It wasnt a question about using banners or not. We have no info about how the website sells the banner space or how many visitors they will have.
Jan
21
comment How to recruit user test participants?
Thanks! Any details I should be aware of writing the ad?
Jan
21
comment Identifying a fair and representative set of users for interviews and persona development
What is a screener?
Jan
17
comment Table usability/Readable font for a data table
Haha! Hope you didn't got offended. It's the fact thing I like with Stackexchange and as you can see now when I included the research behind my answer I was never throwing around opinions either.
Jan
17
comment Table usability/Readable font for a data table
Well... :) I thought it was enough to just look at a sans-serif and a serif font to see that there is a difference between how detailed they are. The zebra-stripe issue is described in the study which I added a link to in order to give a short and focused anwser. But ok. I've updated my answer. Hope it get you in a better mood...