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UX Architect in London


Jul
20
answered Web surfing: people “wandering” from page to page vs people following their goals
Jul
20
comment After how many years does a Web Interface Design Book become outdated?
If they are talking about today, they are already outdated :) But seriously, good design lasts. However that doesn't stop the details, the context and our understanding from changing. This is a constant, never ending process.
Jul
19
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Jul
19
answered How can you embody 'luxury' qualities in UX design?
Jul
18
revised How best to show the 'weight' (importance) of bullet-ed items in a non-intrusive (creative) way?
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Jul
18
comment Solutions for dealing with really bad user entering wrong data?
Sounds like the 'bad user' has presented some valuable design opportunities.
Jul
18
comment What is the UX strategy behind Facebook forcing users to use the timeline?
@LisaTweedie I've added another source at the end of my answer. I believe it could have some nice insights into the mindset of facebook's designers. It even talks about the effect of previous design changes. However it doesn't have data about the effect of timeline directly.
Jul
18
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Jul
16
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16
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Jul
13
comment Are the Metro UI icons poor for usability?
Thanks for the answer. However a screen reader wouldn't parse the shape of an icon. It would read out underlying text or metadata.
Jul
12
comment What is the UX strategy behind Facebook forcing users to use the timeline?
@LisaTweedie Exactly. I spend most of my time in the news feed when interacting with familiar people. Timeline is a place to curate my online ID and view people / brands I don't often interact with. Also mobile is getting a bigger slice.
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12
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Jul
12
answered What is the UX strategy behind Facebook forcing users to use the timeline?
Jul
12
comment What is the UX strategy behind Facebook forcing users to use the timeline?
I am trying to find a report I read that basically said it was a mixed bag for brands. More of some behaviour less of others. In the mean time this came to mind :) iamchristinabot.com/blog/20110924/…
Jul
12
comment Are the Metro UI icons poor for usability?
Which is why even the most strongly held beliefs / coded rules can be questioned from time to time. Particularly when large context shifts occur. UX being a science rather than religion :)
Jul
12
comment Are the Metro UI icons poor for usability?
@VitalyMijiritsky Ah yes, some relevant info there. Confirms some suspicions. On a side note: I wonder whether trends in design will change despite these types of drawbacks. Whether, over time it will impact our perceptions and expectations. It would depend on the potential benefits to be had.