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bio website lorentrogers.com
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I'm a UI/UX Designer in NYC and a graduate student in UX at NYU.


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comment How to not make my website have a “1990's” look
For future reference, this doesn't really seem like a question. It's probably better suited for a design review site or forum. It's probably ok though, because it's essentially asking "What makes a website feel outdated?". Just be sure to keep questions clear and concise in the future.
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revised How to not make my website have a “1990's” look
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comment “Tool” or “target” on vacuum cleaner pedal?
Ha! Yes, I suppose so. As far as research goes, I doubt they do much, if any. For the most part, products are still designed by the mystic creative-type, who receives designs from the vibrations of the universe. (Expert opinions and focus groups.) Solid ethnographic and scientific-type research is still a new thing for the designers who are deciding things like icons and labels. I'm sure that some do good research though, and they probably get good results.
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answered “Tool” or “target” on vacuum cleaner pedal?
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answered How much detail in wireframes?
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answered Accordion in a webapp - Should I allow more than one open?
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answered Unintuitive order of vi directional keys
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answered Is this rotating cube interface user-friendly?
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comment Where should I position a back button?
@BenBrocka Good point. I figured I'd point it out in case there was some strange reason he was considering an alternative.
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comment Where should I position a back button?
Please expand your question to include details about what you're making and who your users are. Are they young American males? Chinese women over 85? What are they doing on your site? There are some semi-standard answers, but you'll probably get better advice if you give more detail.
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comment Designing for children and young readers?
This doesn't actually sound like a question to me. Since you got some answers, I guess this is ok, but in the future perhaps try to make your question more specific. Ex: What are the important factors for a kids website focused on readability?
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comment What kind of legal protection can I obtain for a user interface design?
+1 for good references and an honest answer. Was this just through research or do you have experience dealing with this first hand?
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comment Can you sacrifice grammar to keep instructions simple, specifically when using a(n)?
Thanks! I'm glad you liked it. I always have a lot of fun thinking through these things. (As I'm sure we all do.) It's a great question, and I'm happy to have helped out!