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Oct
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comment How to respond to “We already have a (non-UX) designer; don't bother us”?
+1. To clarify, I use warm emails as my main initial prospecting technique. I'm not sending the same email to everyone (spam) or calling them initially. Warm emails involve identifying relevant, recent events that have happened with a prospect or their company and establishing a meaningful connection with the prospect based on that. Warm email success rates (or at least response rates) are somewhat higher than cold calls.
Oct
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comment How to respond to “We already have a (non-UX) designer; don't bother us”?
@JoshuaBarron It's here instead of Freelancing.SE because UX practitioners could answer it better.
Oct
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asked How to respond to “We already have a (non-UX) designer; don't bother us”?
Sep
29
comment Is taking the CUA (certified Usability analyst) certification worth it?
FYI: Nielsen Norman Group is also offering a UX certification program now: nngroup.com/ux-certification.
Sep
26
comment Website logo: include the TLD or not?
Since most mobile keyboards have ".com" built in, you should at least buy the .com domain. Is there a reason why your site is going to .net instead of .com?
Sep
12
answered Should the “home” button in my app stay there even when the user is on the home page?
Sep
11
answered Is user stupidity reason for bad UX?
Sep
9
revised What are some good UX practice if your app is unable to obtain GPS lock
added a link to an answer that illustrated one of my points
Sep
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answered What are some good UX practice if your app is unable to obtain GPS lock
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Aug
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revised Forward/back 10 pages
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Aug
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answered Forward/back 10 pages
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May
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accepted Is there a standard icon for web accessibility?
May
5
comment Is there a standard icon for web accessibility?
+1. The site needs an icon like this because the icon's purpose isn't to announce that my site is accessible. The icon and its related service (improving the accessibility of other people's websites) would be on a page explaining what all of my services are. It's a B2B site for my portfolio.
May
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asked Is there a standard icon for web accessibility?
Apr
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answered Forgot Password Inline vs. Separate Page