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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.


Sep
10
answered Why does the Caps Lock not toggle upper and lower case for selected text?
Sep
5
revised Are users more inclined to submit a review if the option is provided?
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Sep
4
revised Is accuracy of terminology important in localized situations
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Sep
4
answered Is there any evidence whether call centre staff using “air traffic control” spelling of letters helps or hinders understanding?
Sep
4
answered Is accuracy of terminology important in localized situations
Sep
4
answered Are users more inclined to submit a review if the option is provided?
Sep
4
comment How to allow users to position newly created items in a sortable item list
Exactly. Highly recommend trying this out on the live app.
Sep
4
comment How to allow users to position newly created items in a sortable item list
These are two separate screens. Both has an add drag control to add to the lists on each screen.
Sep
3
answered When does a prototype become alpha software?
Sep
3
answered “Change password”, “change your password” or “pick a new password”?
Sep
3
answered How to allow users to position newly created items in a sortable item list
Sep
3
comment When does a prototype become alpha software?
When you say that a prototype becomes an MVP, do you mean they actually get deployed, or do you mean their scope is fairly comprehensive?
Sep
3
comment Grouping participants in a card sort analysis?
As for "audience base IA"... say you do card sorting for the main navigation, and the novices and experts had noticeably different preferences (or terms); you can integrate an element to the interface letting users choose their group and then modify the interface accordingly. Most times, this is done by introducing a menu options (utility or main navigation) like 'Man'/'Women' or 'hobbyist'/'professional'. I hope I have answered your question.
Sep
3
comment Grouping participants in a card sort analysis?
@PedroGutierrez. If you already have your personas, you should be able to work out the questions that will match a participant to the persona. Your case is common, and you just have to match each participant to a persona group and analyse the results of each group separately.
Sep
3
revised Checkbox vs toggle
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Sep
3
comment Checkbox vs toggle
How does a user suppose to know this?
Sep
3
comment Checkbox vs toggle
What does the middle position in woman/man mean?
Sep
3
answered Grouping participants in a card sort analysis?
Sep
2
comment Should I clear a form after the user submits data?
I think Eleonora's answer is on the right track, but it's hard to answer such a question without knowing what the form is about, what the user needs are, what task is being performed, etc. The whole point of UX is to provide optimal solutions to concrete problems, the variables of which vary a great deal between problems. There isn't much place for 'general' questions in UX - each case is different.
Sep
2
answered Checkbox vs toggle