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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.


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.
Aug
23
awarded  Student
Aug
23
comment Why would you only show a survey to one in (n) visitors?
+1 this answer excellently supported & well articulated!
Aug
23
asked What's the best position for the global navigation of an application within an intranet site that has its own global navigation?
Aug
22
answered Is it true that “the only 'intuitive' interface is the nipple”?
Aug
22
answered Is a usability study on just a newsletter effective?
Aug
22
comment Is a usability study on just a newsletter effective?
I agree with the qualitative study bit, but how else would you conduct a qualitative study other than setting tasks for users to complete?
Aug
22
answered Suitable positions for social links on a website
Aug
21
comment Why don't Facebook and Google+ use face recognition tools for user profile pics?
is that what you feel or what users feel? Have you done tests around this? I don't think that a social network full of celeb faces or fake faces would feel more secure
Aug
21
awarded  Supporter
Aug
21
revised With infinite scrolling, do scrollbars still make sense?
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Aug
21
awarded  Editor
Aug
21
revised With infinite scrolling, do scrollbars still make sense?
added 1500 characters in body
Aug
20
comment With infinite scrolling, do scrollbars still make sense?
I'm not saying it's bad, I'm saying that they've learned this behaviour and it no longer impedes their experience as they understand this function. Your question was: is there a need for a scrollbar in 2012, if there is, how should it look like (including fallbacks) and if there is not, what should come instead? Why, why not? and my answer was: absolutely scrollbars are required, and this is irrespective of whether they are browser or jscript added scrollbars. Additionally the scrollbar mechanic should not be modified since users understand it. I'll update my answer.
Aug
20
comment Counting Clicks vs. Path Deviations
yes absolutely.
Aug
20
comment With infinite scrolling, do scrollbars still make sense?
I already gave you an example solution - the facebook timeline. Also just because you 'feel' the combination is bad doesn't mean that it is. Users are used to this combination now. If you think it is bad, show this with some user tests. The context given is not enough - gallery or image sharing sites may still have users that have different goals or who use the platform differently to other image sharing sites. Some users won't care since they don't want to browse every image in someone's 3000. Or some might want to view images from a particular time period, in which case facebooks idea works
Aug
20
comment With infinite scrolling, do scrollbars still make sense?
sorry are you user testing g+ image galleries? Or are you creating your own? Either way, what are your users' goals?
Aug
20
answered Counting Clicks vs. Path Deviations
Aug
20
answered Why don't Facebook and Google+ use face recognition tools for user profile pics?
Aug
20
awarded  Teacher