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bio website markdehate.com
location Metro Detroit, MI
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I'm a UX Designer focusing on improving big, complicated web applications. I do a lot of wireframing, user research, and usability testing.

I also run a blog on usability in gaming, That Game's UX. Check it out!


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revised Multiple methods of navigating backwards from a web app's detail page
re-tagging a bit, trying to reword the title
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comment Multiple methods of navigating backwards from a web app's detail page
Good points. In this situation, it's a completely new page.
Oct
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accepted Is an office-lobby monitor slideshow any more usable than a homepage carousel?
Oct
31
asked Multiple methods of navigating backwards from a web app's detail page
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27
revised Is an office-lobby monitor slideshow any more usable than a homepage carousel?
changing "cube farm" to something more descriptive
Oct
27
asked Is an office-lobby monitor slideshow any more usable than a homepage carousel?
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awarded  Popular Question
Oct
13
comment How to perform user research on application help/documentation?
@Patrick That's a good suggestion. In this particular case though, the architecture is such that it's hard to gather usage logs across all customers of this application. But that would certainly be beneficial information to have.
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awarded  Explainer
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comment Handling effective date ranges with no start or end date
Yep, @JimmyJunior is right on.
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asked Handling effective date ranges with no start or end date
Sep
10
revised How to perform user research on application help/documentation?
Making title less awkward
Sep
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comment How to perform user research on application help/documentation?
@Blam yes, we do have a help desk
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asked How to perform user research on application help/documentation?
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awarded  Curious
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awarded  Yearling
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accepted How worried should I be about action consistency across multiple pages?