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Nov
6
comment Better way to provide software downloads for an exe application
Rephrase the question: "Is it a good user experience to show our users even more ads they didn't ask for?" :)
Nov
6
comment What is more accurate “Click in the checkbox” or “Click on the checkbox”
How do I 'click' on my iPad?
Nov
5
comment What are the main contributions of Apple Inc. in the advancement of user interfaces in the last 10 years?
@AnnaPrenzel what Apple has leveraged is a tight correlation between hardware and software interfaces. They go hand-in-hand.
Nov
5
comment What are the main contributions of Apple Inc. in the advancement of user interfaces in the last 10 years?
@GollyJer in the case of Apple, the debate was long about the 'person' in Apple rather than 'the people'. The jury is still out, but it does appear that Apple is going just fine sans Jobs, so you are likely correct.
Nov
4
comment What's the best practice of showing a lot of text inside Android Fragment
It depends on the user, the content, and the objectives. (In other words: We need more info to be able to offer advice)
Nov
4
comment Prototyping Processes in Different Software Development Methodologies
"despite this real-life situation" = but...we are working in the real-world. :) While the 40 year old definition of waterfall may exclude prototyping, I think the real-life situations of today certainly accept it in waterfall models. (to be fair, I also haven't worked in any organization that has used a 'pure' version of any software development methodology.)
Nov
4
comment What factors are the most influential in the usability and UX of a mobile app, that utilizes crowd sourced information?
this is a really vague question
Nov
4
comment Could the agile development process be in detriment of the UX for early adopters?
MVP isn't necessarily tied directly to Agile, though. Agile is more about a process for developing the software while MVP is more of a marketing/research process. Both can certainly work together, of course.
Nov
4
comment What are the Best Background/component colors that defines an educational web application?
@shiv I don't know that your users would see a connection and, if they did, what value that would be to them. It's something you are going to have to weight the pros and cons of. The big con to me is that you somehow have to come up with a consistent branding system that works well with 10 different colors. That could be a challenge.
Nov
4
comment What do you think of gauges to display information in web dashboards?
BTW, I don't know the issue is so much 'students not knowing what a gauge is' but rather that gauges aren't really all that useful for showing this type of data.
Nov
4
comment What do you think of gauges to display information in web dashboards?
Ideally, via user testing. Bosses listen to data.
Nov
4
comment Designing a text-based logo for a news site. Any “advices” ?
@ahmed good design is good design, for sure, but I wouldn't say a good web site begins with a good logo. All that said, you're essentially asking "how do I become a good graphic designer" which, while a legitimate question, is just way too broad for the StackExchange format.
Nov
4
comment What are the Best Background/component colors that defines an educational web application?
At best, this is a Graphic Design question--not UX. But even then, it's just way too broad. To stick with a UX angle, I'd first ask you why you feel a need to use different background colors throughout the site. What is the benefit to the user?
Nov
4
comment Could the agile development process be in detriment of the UX for early adopters?
I'm not convinced the amount of bugs are germane to a particular development methodology. More than likely it's a marketing issue. Anyways, this question can't really be answered in any definitive way.
Nov
4
comment A survey of grid box layout user experience design
This is way too vague to have an answer. What is the actual problem you are trying to solve here? What is the use case? Who are your users? What is the content?
Nov
4
comment Use of frames with vertical scrolling for product area - Good or Bad?
Are you talking about literal frames (HTML elements)? Or just scrollable areas of content? The former is typically never a great idea. The latter can work, but your big hurdle there is usability on touch screens.
Nov
4
comment Prototyping Processes in Different Software Development Methodologies
As for the sketch, that's essentially 'why to prototype' but it isn't bound to any particular software development methodology.
Nov
4
comment Prototyping Processes in Different Software Development Methodologies
This is really to vague to have an answer. Partly because prototyping, in general, is a bit of a vague concept. In Agile, it may be sprint code. In waterfall, it may be a monolithic hi-fidelity Axure prototype. Or, regardless of the model, it may be sketches on paper, or drawings on a whiteboard, or full fledged code, etc.
Nov
2
comment Designing a text-based logo for a news site. Any “advices” ?
It's not a UX question and it probably won't work on GD, either. It's just too broad.
Nov
1
comment How should I interview UI and IA job applicants?
The latter questions are excellent suggestions, though.