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bio website benoitmeunier.info
location Montreal, Canada
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Benoît help companies create products and services that deliver great experiences for their users.

As the UX Architect, Benoit Meunier is responsible for helping the project teams and clients shape and define the experience, look, feel, usability and accessibility of their web based solutions. Working closely with the client, the design and development teams, he leads User Experience projects and advises on usability best practices.

Working as web designer and architect for 15 years, Benoît Meunier has developed and implemented a number of web UX strategies for large organizations as well as very many SMEs. He led and worked within teams at digital business and directly with various clients.


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answered Indicator for mobile hierarchial menu
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accepted Next step to help an organization hold designers responsible when management follow specs?
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comment Is it a good or bad idea for a video player to have the play button in the top-left corner?
@BartGijssens I'm not interested about the best position but if it's a good or a bad idea.
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revised Is it a good or bad idea for a video player to have the play button in the top-left corner?
added 43 characters in body; edited title
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comment Is it a good or bad idea for a video player to have the play button in the top-left corner?
I can rephrase the question: «Do you think is a good or bad idea to ... and why?» No?
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asked Is it a good or bad idea for a video player to have the play button in the top-left corner?
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accepted Where should the «clear» would work on one or multiple drop-down list on a row?
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comment Where should the «clear» would work on one or multiple drop-down list on a row?
I've done a quick usability test (cl.ly/image/203G373B2225) but kept the drop down arrow as a visual cue for the user so he can understand that's still a drop down. The clear button is cool, but didn't add much value. Intriguing, no?
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comment Where should the «clear» would work on one or multiple drop-down list on a row?
I've done a quick usability test (cl.ly/image/203G373B2225) based on your suffusion @Franchesca, I've found that people don't care too much about this clear button. Plus, they made tap on it by mistake also. You were right that it make less sens with a drop down.
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comment Where should the «clear» would work on one or multiple drop-down list on a row?
Based on @Franchesca and Brian suggestions, I've done a quick usability test: cl.ly/image/203G373B2225 so we can dig further.
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comment Where should the «clear» would work on one or multiple drop-down list on a row?
Oh. That's interesting. Saved a tap and easily to reset. I'll test 2 suggestions on a quick usability test this week. I'll get back to you Brian, be sure of that.
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comment Where should the «clear» would work on one or multiple drop-down list on a row?
It's true that the clear button is hidden until the input field is on focus. Why not hiding it until the drop down is open? Make sense to do it like that: cl.ly/image/2m1e1o0K3e2g
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asked Where should the «clear» would work on one or multiple drop-down list on a row?
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asked Next step to help an organization hold designers responsible when management follow specs?