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I'm a dual citizen of Ireland and the United States. I'm currently based in West Virginia, though I've lived and worked in Europe and Asia, and have traveled the world.

I'm currently operating as a UX Manager at a large internet security company, and provide web optimization consulting on the side.

I like tech stuff, learning new things, and picking up my cats with one hand to make myself feel big and strong.


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asked Is there a standard way of visualizing screens and actions?
Jan
19
revised How to show “more info”? Modal Vs Deeper Page?
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Jan
19
answered How to show “more info”? Modal Vs Deeper Page?
Jan
13
reviewed Approve Two Factor Authentication (2FA) - Does this impair experience?
Jan
13
reviewed Approve What are the most common mistakes people make when entering their e-mails in a form?
Jan
13
awarded  Caucus
Jan
12
reviewed Approve How to visually indicate a calculation as being preliminary/simulated?
Jan
11
reviewed Approve How to ensure users can't sign up for multiple accounts?
Jan
11
reviewed Approve How to ensure users can't sign up for multiple accounts?
Jan
10
comment How to set up a page that allows a user to define/modify arbitrary groupings
There's no debate here, just your needling pedantry wrapped in a too-transparent layer of mildly insulting sarcasm. Mildly insulting sarcasm, however, does seem to be a common theme on this site, so it might be appropriate for me to wrap up by saying; Thanks for your input @Ken! The world is a better place now you've told me what's what about the dangers of skipping steps when providing free help for strangers on the internet. In studying your answer to question I've also realized a better strategy is to avoid concrete answers, and to start talking about missing business cases instead.
Jan
9
comment How to set up a page that allows a user to define/modify arbitrary groupings
If you want me to mock up every instance of every screen, I think you'll find my rates are very reasonable ; ) Seriously though, of course the system doesn't add items. This stage of the mockup shows an instance where a group exists that already has had items added. This is common technique in wireframing. It's permissible to skip ahead and assume things providing there's enough information to work things out using a little imagination, and in this case I think there's more than enough.
Jan
9
comment How to set up a page that allows a user to define/modify arbitrary groupings
I'm not sure what you mean by "select options to". Adding/Updating/Removing is relatively obvious. Adding is done via text links. Editing and removal are done via the pencil and trashcan icons. These could also be text links, or buttons.
Jan
9
comment Should I explore alternatives to the drop down menu on this site?
This article sums up what a lot of people think about the hamburger menu option - techcrunch.com/2014/05/24/before-the-hamburger-button-kills-you - It's mobile focused but the sentiment is clear. Enterprise software isn't ugly just because of visible menus, and hiding everything behind an icon kills the effect of the menu on orientation and discoverability.
Jan
7
reviewed Approve How do I edit a table of text items in iOS?
Jan
7
reviewed Reject displaying the actual encrypted data or replace its value with wild card
Jan
7
reviewed Approve Compare engagement of different push mediums
Jan
7
reviewed Approve is it wise to create a popup screen in a wizard?
Jan
7
reviewed Reject Information architecture for a restaurant menu for a mobile application
Jan
7
reviewed Approve Why android not show icon in overflow menu?
Jan
6
reviewed Approve Is there a more effective way to convince users to sign up with their social media accounts?