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comment Click-twice to tick the checkbox?
This is an old thread. The system had double click enabled to tick or unstick when I started working on it. The "by mistake" rationale was given to me at the time. I was trying to see at the time which was the right way to do things and get some solid arguments against it.
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comment Is creating a user persona for a personal project needed?
Well, might seem like an overkill for a project on the side though...
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comment Is creating a user persona for a personal project needed?
Personas are not necessarily research based. "Especially at smaller organizations or ones that aren’t fully sold on user research, this can mean that personas won’t be developed, or funded sufficiently. For situations such as these, an alternative type of persona can be valuable: the proto-persona." from: uxmag.com/articles/using-proto-personas-for-executive-alignment
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comment Is creating a user persona for a personal project needed?
It depends on your project. Adding personas to it will increase the complexity of the project, so start with one or two, and stick to them for a little while. Remember that you need to get your personas to have a story, general information, pain-points, goals, etc. When you read this, it needs to make sense. If the pain-points and goals overlap between personas, then maybe you need to merge those personas into one. If the pain-points and goals are too different to make a story consistent, then you need to split that persona... makes sense?
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