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comment Where is the intersection between Information Architecture with Software Architecture?
Nice answer. However, model (system model in Norman's terms) is also partly defined by the information architecture. I tend to say (as a former Technical Architect), that "UX is how the system is experienced by the user" - which involves its internal skeleton as well. For me, IA should start a bit before we even let developers think about how to implement it, like, either bringing them to the research trips as a first act or meet them at the first research presentation.
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comment Is mobile UX creativity restricted by the ideas of SDK's providers? (Apple, Google, Microsoft)
If you can persuade / force a large group of users to learn a new interaction - either because they simply don't have a choice, or your product has other benefits, and if those interactions become clear quickly (eg. half a year later most users can use it consciously). THEN you can try to spread it. A huge sum of marketing money went on teaching people what "slide to unlock" actually means by using below-the-fold advertising (eg. news reporters unlocking their phone publicly)
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comment Is multi-layer ESCAPE expected?
Thank you very much Roger! The reason I didn't entirely drop this idea yet is how old clipper apps worked: when you were inside a kind of menu (drilldown-style interfaces were quite popular back then), multi-esc did mean stepping back one level in hierarchy by each press