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revised Where do you put your UX and UI stories in your agile framework?
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comment Where do you put your UX and UI stories in your agile framework?
Anyhow, you should define the level of granularity you are working on - too much and things can easily spiral out of control. I wouldn't pick something like 'build the form' in a sprint - this is just a means to achieve a higher user goal, which is really what needs to be picked. If a UX design requires looking at, say, 5 pages. The whole design should be delivered as one, and should be implemented as one. How individuals break down their work is their business. From a product owner or manager perspective, I just care that it'll take a developer X days to deliver the big thing.
Jul
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comment Where do you put your UX and UI stories in your agile framework?
First, I wouldn't call these things 'wrong' - it's a complex business with many scenarios and it's more important to identify issues like you did and devise solutions than stick to any method out there. On top, JIRA has some conceptual issues and Agile itself can be insensible to employ sometimes - I often encounter a request for a localised design when I know fully that the whole user journey is full of issues.
Jul
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answered Where do you put your UX and UI stories in your agile framework?
Jul
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comment preloading strategies for searching large amounts of data
Why is the table there to begin with? What purpose does it serve? Take country selection - a set of 196 countries, yet most interfaces use single field with typeahead.
Jun
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comment How/Where to display contextual information based on radio button check
Could you provide more details? Would the cost affect any decision making (as for what city to choose), or the user selects first and then need to be informed of some price?
Jun
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Jun
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answered Should button positions ever rearrange depending on available functionality?
Jun
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comment ALL CAPS fonts for industrial use
@EvilClosetMonkey - that's exactly what I was implying. The answer could give one the impression that all caps are always better.
Jun
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comment ALL CAPS fonts for industrial use
Universal Principles of Design states: "People recognize words by letter groups and shapes. Uppercase text is more difficult to read than sentence case and title case because the shapes of uppercase words are all rectangular." I suspect this is correct in some situations (long text for non-impaired)?
Jun
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Jun
3
revised The calling the shots dilemma
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Jun
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answered The calling the shots dilemma
Jun
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comment The calling the shots dilemma
Great answer. Just one warning with relation to data - data is often neither easy to collect nor analyse. I've set in meeting looking at KPIs, CRO data, Analytics data, and most of the time nobody really has a freaking clue why things happen or what do the numbers mean. By all means, data and research are great, but in practice it is easier said than done.
Jun
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answered Enhancing web addresses as displayed in a browser location input
Jun
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answered Should I use Drop downs instead of radio buttons?
Jun
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answered Looking for good wording to indicate that “There are notes”
Jun
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comment What is this type of interaction/component called?
Hmmm... I've answered, but not sure what exactly we should be looking at? Can you please clarify?
Jun
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answered What is this type of interaction/component called?
Jun
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comment Assigning to multiple groups
It's really hard to provide concrete solutions to abstract problems. It would help if you gave examples of objects, containers and groups.