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Sep
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awarded  Explainer
Sep
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comment Is there a commonly-referenced example of a particularly well-designed persona?
I must add that the MailChimp persona is not a classic user persona, but rather a "product" persona, aimed to describe the product's personality rather than its users.
Sep
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comment Using “Sign in” vs using “Log in”
Great answer, but I wonder whether there's a more recent research, since Nielsen himself admits that some usability recommendations change over time.
Jul
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awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
May
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awarded  Good Answer
May
22
accepted “New” vs. “Create”
May
22
awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Good Question
May
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awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Popular Question
May
20
awarded  Nice Question
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awarded  Self-Learner
May
20
answered “New” vs. “Create”
May
20
comment “New” vs. “Create”
@bzav I've intentionally generalized my question to make it interesting and useful for other users as well.
May
20
asked “New” vs. “Create”
Apr
27
answered Can someone who is colour blind pursue a career in UX?
Mar
24
comment What is Github's project pages call to action?
I'm not sure I understand you answer. * The Readme section is below the fold. Had it been the primary use of the page, it should have been at the top (for example, switch places with the file directory. * "Quickly look at code changes". The changes (history?) aren't visible from the getgo. You have to know where to look for them (or am I missing something?)
Mar
24
comment What is Github's project pages call to action?
But what is the rationale behind their layout? Gmail is also a tool, but it's layout calls for 2 primary actions: read emails and compose an email. Doesn't Github want its users to do any particular action more than others?