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Apr
19
comment How can I split up a really long application form on a mobile website?
@JonW Hey, thanks!
Apr
19
asked How can I split up a really long application form on a mobile website?
Apr
19
asked What should I use as an alternative to overlays for exposing inline information on a mobile website?
Mar
8
comment What are some alternative design patterns I can use in this case?
@Peter it's an update of a legacy Flash app (you know the ones where you can flip through PDFs) and the client wants to keep it as close as possible to that... but with variable copy length :/ I guess once we build this and they can see the problem they might change their mind.
Mar
8
asked What are some alternative design patterns I can use in this case?
Feb
18
asked What position does this describe?
Dec
11
asked How should I refer to these two groups of filters?
Oct
22
comment What are good questions to ask when interviewing intranet users for persona development?
I thought so, but thank you for taking the time to confirm. Thanks again for a great answer.
Oct
22
comment What are good questions to ask when interviewing intranet users for persona development?
Thank you, Juan. Just curious, did you emphasize "personas" to indicate that it should be plural in this case?
Oct
22
accepted What are good questions to ask when interviewing intranet users for persona development?
Oct
9
revised What are good questions to ask when interviewing intranet users for persona development?
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Oct
9
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Oct
9
revised What are good questions to ask when interviewing intranet users for persona development?
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Oct
9
asked What are good questions to ask when interviewing intranet users for persona development?
Oct
4
comment What is the best way to approach usability testing an intranet?
I just don't know who to start with and how many of them. I think keeping it to 5 people makes sense, especially for the first round. But should each of those 5 people be from a different department or have a different role? Should one of those 5 also be a new user who has never seen the intranet and is given some realistic tasks that a new hire might want to complete?
Oct
4
comment What is the best way to approach usability testing an intranet?
…I'm not sure me doing an expert review would have any real value since I'm not an expert in their intranet or what they use it for. I could for sure identify a couple of obvious errors, but I guess those will come to light in the other two methods I'm planning on using.
Oct
4
comment What is the best way to approach usability testing an intranet?
These are not my users, nor am I building or designing anything. In fact, I don't even work at the company where the intranet is being used. I work as an Interaction Designer for an agency that has been hired to help this software company improve their intranet. My job is to evaluate the current intranet, find problems, and present suggestions of how to fix those problems. To do this I plan on conducting usability tests with participants who actually use the intranet on a daily basis, as well as evaluate the intranet against some heuristics.
Oct
4
comment Should menu items be listed alphabetically or in order of most common use?
Is it possible to further group the grouped items into logical sub-groups? And then list them in the menu by frequency of use / hazard?
Oct
3
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Oct
3
comment What is the best way to approach usability testing an intranet?
Your answer didn't address testing at all, which is all my question was about. Nice graph though :)