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bio website dennislees.com
location New Hampshire
age 35
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seen Jul 9 at 13:25

I'm an Irish citizen and US permanent resident currently based in New Hampshire, though I've lived and worked in Europe and Asia, and have travelled the world.

My background is in web design and development, but I'm currently operating in the realm of user experience and web project management.

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


Mar
24
accepted Better to use generic verbs or slash-separated specific verbs in navigation?
Mar
21
revised Best way to organize multi-person content audit?
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Mar
21
answered Best way to organize multi-person content audit?
Mar
20
revised Refine on search results
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Mar
20
answered Refine on search results
Mar
17
comment Best way to present a quick access option in a login form
How frequently would a user want to do this? Is it an occasional thing? or is it likely that they would always want to go straight to the data entry page?
Mar
14
comment What are -if they exist- the best books about UX and business?
Great suggestions. I'd add that if the OP is still in the process of developing a strong personal sense of UX and UXD, that Jesse James Garretts "Elements of User Experience" is a must read. jjg.net/elements
Mar
14
comment What are -if they exist- the best books about UX and business?
Krug's book is quite focused on Usability and User Testing, and while the application of his principles will generally lead to a better experience, this book will fall short if the goal is to "explain the importance of UX in business".
Mar
12
revised What are the usecases for which browser users would thoroughly inspect the site's SSL certificate?
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Mar
12
answered What are the usecases for which browser users would thoroughly inspect the site's SSL certificate?
Mar
11
comment Why do stove dials rotate from “max to min” instead of “min to max”?
Feels like a question for a mechanical engineer. Probably just a reflection of the differences in the hardware used to control each.
Mar
10
comment What companies have opened up their UX content like Mailchimp has done?
You mean a framework for ux.stackexchange? that'd be pretty cool alright
Mar
10
revised What companies have opened up their UX content like Mailchimp has done?
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Mar
7
asked What companies have opened up their UX content like Mailchimp has done?
Feb
27
awarded  Yearling
Feb
17
accepted What do dark and light dashboards communicate to users?
Feb
10
asked What do dark and light dashboards communicate to users?
Feb
10
answered Defaulting to the sign-up form?
Feb
10
answered “We use cookies” notice on websites
Dec
13
accepted How to move from persona/scenario to wireframes?