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Jan
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comment Is copying other app's UI okay?
@bdsl in some ways, it's complicated, in other ways, it's incredibly simple: If someone feels you are infringing, they complain (either via informal methods such as 'report a violation' process in an app store, or formally via a lawsuit).
Jan
2
comment How to avoid 12:00 AM midnight/noon confusion in a time input field?
@PhillipW I notice that you're in the UK. It never occurred to me that 'noon' would be obscure. Looks like it's maybe an America-centric term?
Dec
30
comment How would you have avoided the Miss Universe 2015 mistake?
I'd have avoided it by cancelling the entire spectacle that is televised pageants.
Dec
29
comment How do I know if my site is not using material design?
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
Dec
29
comment How do I know if my site is not using material design?
In that case, you need to ask this question to the UX team you are working with, as the only answer that will matter is theirs if they are the ones 'certifying' it.
Dec
29
comment How do I know if my site is not using material design?
From a UX perspective, I'd ask "why does it matter?". From a technical perspective, there is no officiating body to grant your app any sort of official material design status. Whether an app is considered 'material design' is going to be as much about subjective opinions as it is objective.
Dec
29
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
28
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?