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awarded  Commentator
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comment Can someone who is colour blind pursue a career in UX?
"most of the UX-work is not related to "colors" at all". Excuse me? When it comes to digital UX, 95% of the experience is conveyed through pixels. What exactly are pixels, if not color? That said, I do agree that there can be an advantage in being color blind for UX tasks. After all, I'm not color blind and, notwithstanding color blind simulators, cannot even begin to imagine what the world looks like to the color blind.
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answered Does a free trial diminish the value of my product?
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answered iOS Color Picker User Experience
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awarded  Nice Answer
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answered Is there such thing as “touchscreen-friendly” user interface?
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answered What's wrong with this picture?
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answered Colours in cultures : where does the data come from?
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answered Changing error message colours on different backgrounds
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answered Correction in color model
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answered Is there any advantage in marketing my product for £99.99 instead of £100?
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answered Colors for 6 possible activity statuses
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awarded  Nice Answer
May
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answered A better condom user experience
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answered Which color swatches best help users filter products?
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answered Effect on usability if I use green and red colors (for meaning) in an app whose color scheme does not include those colors?
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answered Is it wrong to have your primary actions in red?
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revised Should a multinational website background color be a conscious choice?
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Jan
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revised Should a multinational website background color be a conscious choice?
added 202 characters in body