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comment How do I know if my site is not using material design?
I didn't downvote, but it look like people are thinking this is just too broad. I tend to agree. There really aren't a list of "don'ts" for Material Design. It's just a set of guidelines that you should be free to use as you see fit.
Dec
28
comment Should I use initial pop-ups that cover the entire screen for advertising?
Users hate ads. The UX answer will always be: no.
Dec
28
comment How do I know if my site is not using material design?
ux teams most definitely do NOT make material design a priority. It's an option, but not in anyway better or worse than a multitude of other options. As for 'material design certification' I don't know who would do that or what value that would even bring to the users of your site.
Dec
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Dec
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comment How do we go about designing for Touch based desktops & normal desktops?
@gurvinder372 If you're saying one has to hold a laptop while using it, then yes, that makes sense...one hand operation. That said, holding and using a touch based laptop would be really annoying...after all, that's what tablets are for.
Dec
28
comment How do we go about designing for Touch based desktops & normal desktops?
I'm confused about #2...why would standing affect which hand one can use?
Dec
22
comment Whay are senior UX leaders/gurus like Don Norman and Alan Cooper not on this community?
@AmitJain note that the 'hot questions' aren't usually 'good questions'.
Dec
22
comment How do you close a website for business?
@guest, can you provide us with some context here? Why doesn't your boss want the site to be open during non-brick-and-mortar hours?
Dec
22
comment How do you close a website for business?
@guest then it's ultimately not a UX question, but a 'what the boss wants' solution.
Dec
22
comment Whay are senior UX leaders/gurus like Don Norman and Alan Cooper not on this community?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because we can't speak for individuals.
Dec
22
comment How do you close a website for business?
@Mayo is the web server also Jewish? :)
Dec
22
comment How do you close a website for business?
@Mayo that's silly! :)
Dec
22
comment How do you close a website for business?
You don't, as that'd be silly. Why would a web site need to "close"?
Dec
22
comment Where does user-testing happen in LeanUX/Agile?
@plainclothes what kind of artifact do you usually test with unmoderated testing?
Dec
21
comment Where does user-testing happen in LeanUX/Agile?
Ah, so that's interesting. Sounds like your testing artifacts are essentially "screen sharing" and your data is really just feedback rather than a scripted test. Is that correct? Do you fit these tests into the same sprint as dev, or is this outside of sprint work?
Dec
21
comment Where does user-testing happen in LeanUX/Agile?
I don't see anything specific here, though...which tends to be what I read elsewhere too. Do you do user testing the same sprint as development? How do you prep a prototype (even with something like Pop), schedule a test group, perform the moderated tests, and re-incorporate that in one sprint?
Dec
21
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