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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.


Jun
25
comment Forms: pattern to create/convey dependencies between fields?
I can think of various ways to achieve this, but if honest (and considering a really complex logic some may wish to have), I doubt any will be better than simply providing a test field to type in the condition as they would in a programming language. For instance, the pass condition field may have the value A and B and C and (D or E or F). You can obviously go further and provide more natural syntax like so:A is correct and B is correct...
Jun
25
revised Forms: pattern to create/convey dependencies between fields?
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Jun
23
answered Why Does “X” Represent the Unknown?
Jun
18
comment Organizing UX bookmarks folder
This question appears to be off-topic because it is not really about user experience; it's about organisation of articles, and many opinions may appear here, with no definite answer.
Jun
18
comment Visual feedback of “no new data” after pull-to-refresh
Here's some interesting theory to why people do this, and possibly why providing a feedback may not help here.
Jun
18
comment Does anyone have statistics on usage of the Kano Model?
Just out of interest, how exactly do you se the model?
Jun
18
revised Real time filtering vs Apply filters button?
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Jun
18
answered Real time filtering vs Apply filters button?
Jun
18
comment Information Architecture and Navigation
I don't really understand the setup. In IA terms, the hamburger usually reveals the 'hub' in a 'hub and spokes' navigation structure. As such, the menu revealed by the hamburger is, in essence, the 'home screen'. I fail to think of a mobile app that has both hamburger menu and a home screen. Or do I misunderstand what 'home screen' mean?
Jun
17
revised Usability of an alternate mega dropdown menu
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Jun
17
revised Usability of an alternate mega dropdown menu
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Jun
17
revised Usability of an alternate mega dropdown menu
added 233 characters in body
Jun
17
answered Usability of an alternate mega dropdown menu
Jun
17
revised Usability of an alternate mega dropdown menu
Added link to the actual site in question.
Jun
16
revised How usable are bars that disappear / reappear on scroll?
I'm reverting an edit by an anonymous user who added a link to a single possible implementation - not really UX, and why this implementation and not another?
Jun
5
comment Drop-down menu navigated using hand gesture
The question is unclear, could you please elaborate a bit? Also, when you say hand gesture, what do you mean?
Jun
5
comment Should search results link to a document or a section within the document?
I'm not sure I understand. If I search for "elephant", I want to be taken to "elephant", not he section or the document which will mean I have to still search for "elephant". What am I missing?
Jun
5
revised Should search results link to a document or a section within the document?
fixed a typo
Jun
5
answered Does it matter how many users use a feature for it to be implemented?
Jun
5
comment Does it matter how many users use a feature for it to be implemented?
I totally agree. Why was this downvoted? It's a good and relevant answer.