329 reputation
110
bio website
location Phoenix, AZ
age 23
visits member for 2 years, 7 months
seen Jul 30 at 16:08

Mar
27
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
16
awarded  Yearling
Feb
27
accepted Why use paper prototyping, besides saving time?
Feb
15
asked Search Box in Navigation Bar and redundant search boxes
Feb
15
comment Why use paper prototyping, besides saving time?
@DA01 I guess I'm sort of talking about creating a relatively low-fidelity prototype while still using a tool (e.g. instead of relying on a back end for prototype testing I'll use static content that "looks" like it's being loaded on the fly).
Feb
15
comment Why use paper prototyping, besides saving time?
Different kinds of feedback seems like a really important thing, and adaptability is something I hadn't considered.
Feb
14
comment Why use paper prototyping, besides saving time?
@Brendon good point. JohnGB could you elaborate a little bit? By tool do you mean prototyping tool, platform, or both?
Feb
14
awarded  Commentator
Feb
14
comment Why use paper prototyping, besides saving time?
On forgetting about the constraints of the tool: can't that be a serious downside? I understand that the purpose is user-centric design, but I feel like designing within constraints is pretty important (e.g. Ryan North of Dinosaur Comics has no reason to 'prototype' a storyline that doesn't fit his medium). I guess like you said, it's about what works for each person (I am more effective when thinking with constraints instead of without them).
Feb
14
revised Why use paper prototyping, besides saving time?
added 165 characters in body
Feb
14
asked Why use paper prototyping, besides saving time?
Sep
8
comment Are there specific standards, guidelines, and processes UX in security?
Benny, thank you so much for the response. It's extremely helpful in the scope of what I'm trying to learn.
Sep
8
accepted Are there specific standards, guidelines, and processes UX in security?
Aug
30
awarded  Tumbleweed
Aug
23
asked Are there specific standards, guidelines, and processes UX in security?
Apr
17
revised Should form labels be placed inside of input boxes and slide out of the way?
edited for clarity--changed title to differentiate it from other form label questions
Apr
17
awarded  Scholar
Apr
17
accepted Questions to ask in a comparative usability study
Apr
17
comment Is it bad practice not to allow users to create an account (versus OAuth or OpenID)?
Thanks for the input--I am considering the first option.
Apr
17
accepted Is it bad practice not to allow users to create an account (versus OAuth or OpenID)?