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I became a guerrilla UX fighter back in 1995.

Me in my guerrila days

I've been underground for many years, but recently decided to ditch the Kalashnikov, get out the trenches, and take a more formal approach to the topic.

Currently taking an MSc in Human-centred Interaction Design at City University, London.

I specialise in complex system, cognition and aesthetics; my current role is a UX/Product designer.


Apr
16
comment How to present data from open questions in a summative way? (besides word clouds)
Still hard to answer - perhaps provide the goal of the survey and an example question?
Apr
16
comment Is maintaining scroll good?
Please clarify 'reload'. Some answers suggest a page refresh; programmatically reload happens when the user has clicked something that loads the same page, just with different POST/GET vars. Would also help to know if you have any specific examples of what would trigger such page reload.
Apr
16
comment separate or in-grid-column-header filtering for reports?
You are most likely to get a better answers if you describe the specifics the filtering to be done - whatever answers people will give here, they may not be ideal to your specific needs (for instance, how complex filtering is, what fields are included). Also, I believe there is also a third option of a filter button that opens an interactive popup.
Apr
15
answered Accordian anchor click vs header click
Apr
11
comment My English translator capitalizes every noun. Is it correct?
Can't cite them of the top of my head. But if you look at this answer and search for the Beldie article you should find quick a lot of related articles (the Beldie article is not tightly related to your question, but is referenced from many other research papers dealing with typography and reading speed).
Apr
11
answered My English translator capitalizes every noun. Is it correct?
Apr
10
comment When designing and coding websites, do people usually go with the “Design in Photoshop and Slice” method or is there another way?
I can completely see where you are coming from and myself think that often questions that do not comply with the site rules are very useful for the community. But big stakes in the success of the stackexchange network belong to the reduced filtering demands from users - whether in the questions being asked, or the answers given. The question is much more appropriate to web/graphic design than to UX - it has nothing to do with users directly.
Apr
10
comment how to visually distinguish two types of items in a list
Completely unrelated, but please put pale separators between the 2-line items. Users will find it hard to determine by visual inspection alone whether the Anemia relates to the 285 figure (above it) or the 404 (below).
Apr
10
answered how to visually distinguish two types of items in a list
Apr
10
comment When designing and coding websites, do people usually go with the “Design in Photoshop and Slice” method or is there another way?
This is not exactly a UX question, and I can't see any answer being consider correct.
Apr
10
revised Do Arabic web browsers have the back/forward buttons reversed?
Added some more examples
Apr
8
awarded  Enlightened
Apr
8
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
3
revised Buttons in the “tab area” of a page control
added 23 characters in body
Apr
3
revised Is there any difference between switcher and tabs when you have only two options?
added 254 characters in body
Apr
3
answered Is there any difference between switcher and tabs when you have only two options?
Apr
3
revised Do Arabic web browsers have the back/forward buttons reversed?
added 3 characters in body
Apr
3
revised Do Arabic web browsers have the back/forward buttons reversed?
edited body
Apr
3
revised Buttons in the “tab area” of a page control
added 205 characters in body
Apr
3
answered Buttons in the “tab area” of a page control