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Mar
15
awarded  Teacher
Mar
15
answered Why can't you turn off your iPhone with Siri?
Mar
10
comment Should we avoid negative words when writing error messages?
Great find! Be careful with the conclusions though. This is just one study with Turkish students. The error message used in the test was about Turkish diacritics entered by the users, so one can't rule out cultural factors. I will try and find similar studies from other cultures.
Dec
14
awarded  Editor
Dec
14
comment How to design an app for multiple platforms, say iOS and Android?
Thanks for your comments, I've added specificity to my question!
Dec
14
revised How to design an app for multiple platforms, say iOS and Android?
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Dec
14
asked How to design an app for multiple platforms, say iOS and Android?
Dec
4
comment What are patterns for having user check correctness of data?
I think you make a good point about the expected amount of wrong items. In this particular project I don't have data on that yet. Depending on the relative occurrence of wrong items, I would let users mark correct items or wrong items. Actually marking the correct ones would feel more positive and a check box could in that case be used. As a check mark has the connotation with positivity and thus correctness (see the green circle next to the accepted answer), I would not use it for marking errors though.
Dec
4
accepted What are patterns for having user check correctness of data?
Dec
1
comment What are patterns for having user check correctness of data?
Well, I think there will be a button at the button of the list with which users can continue to the next screen. As all items may be correct and users don't have to indicate errors, it's up to the user to know when they are done.
Nov
30
comment What are patterns for having user check correctness of data?
Users don't correct mistakes; they just indicate wrong data.
Nov
30
asked What are patterns for having user check correctness of data?
Feb
12
awarded  Commentator
Feb
12
comment How do you build empathy for users that you don't relate to?
Great overview and suggestions. I think the key is that you should always empathize with your users - if you're working on a product you stand behind. If their angry, entitled behavior annoys you, tell yourself: "I don't know the whole story". I'm sure you can think of the last time you got frustrated with product yourself and maybe only in the last moment decided not to send that angry email.
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Feb
26
comment Is there any research with respect to how font-weight affects readability?
I'd like to add that a font weight is not some absolute measure: a weight of 400 for one font may actually look fatter than the 800 of another one. That causes that conclusions drawn from legibility/readability tests on one font are not applicable to other fonts.
Jan
28
comment How does providing feedback influence quiz performance?
It would fit their too, but pretty much all design analysis questions could be categorized in other scientific domains.
Jan
28
accepted How does providing feedback influence quiz performance?
Jan
28
comment How does providing feedback influence quiz performance?
Thanks, sounds reasonable. It seems to me, the few seconds that users spend longer on each question to evaluate their answer are worth it.I think it's still good to give an overview of questions and right answers at the end of the quiz anyway.
Jan
28
asked How does providing feedback influence quiz performance?