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I am the single point of contact for User Experience within an IT department in an oil and gas company.

I fulfil multiple roles including usability testing, field studies, interface architecture and prototyping, graphic interface design and design lead and implementation.

I am currently trying to increase awareness of the need for UX integration within solutions delivery and prior to the development process.


Mar
5
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
20
awarded  Yearling
Apr
11
answered Using a back panel image as navigation
Apr
9
revised Best way for sign up process after invite
reshaped part of the answer to better apply to the question
Apr
9
comment Best way for sign up process after invite
It depends on how you shape the jump point from the email to the app. If the link is shaped in such a way as to say 'sign up for our app', or 'start using our app', anything that gets in the way of those goals is poor UX as the user will not be interested in trying out the app first. However if you shape the email to say 'try out our app', then it makes sense to give them a demo. Maybe give them both options in the email? "try our app or sign up right now"?
Apr
8
comment Do “add” or “edit” functions need a confirm button?
This is great for expert users, but has a high learning curve and low security for beginner or casual users. You should maintain keyboard short cuts but provide obvious cues for new users.
Apr
8
comment Do “add” or “edit” functions need a confirm button?
To Dave, this could be frustrating and annoying if this is an application that single users use frequently to undertake repeated tasks, especially if the item is small and easy to re-add
Apr
8
answered Do “add” or “edit” functions need a confirm button?
Apr
8
answered Best way for sign up process after invite
Apr
8
answered How can I display lots of controls that are contained within expanders?
Sep
10
awarded  Critic
Sep
6
comment Should wireframes or functional requirements be created first?
I am really looking forward to a comprehensive answer to this one, preferably backed by industry experience and examples
Sep
3
awarded  Quorum
Aug
27
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
27
comment What's the best position for the global navigation of an application within an intranet site that has its own global navigation?
It's not really relevant as this global nav doesn't 'tie together' separate sites that look completely different. Also it doesn't address this specific question
Aug
27
answered After registering should the user be sent to the page they came from or to a welcome page?
Aug
27
revised What's the best position for the global navigation of an application within an intranet site that has its own global navigation?
added image
Aug
25
awarded  Commentator
Aug
25
comment Is Apple's or Google's meaning of the three-horizontal-bar icon more popular?
It's great to ask how the item is used in the majority of cases, but don't forget to test test test :)
Aug
23
comment What's the best position for the global navigation of an application within an intranet site that has its own global navigation?
Yeah it is a very clear visual distinction, I might upload a pic to demonstrate the difference. Also i think it's clear that the home and home buttons take you to different places due to the visual distinction, though I may be wrong.