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bio website JeremyTunnell.com
location New York, United States
age 33
visits member for 2 years, 2 months
seen Nov 5 at 17:13

I'm the Product Manager for Stack Exchange.

I'm told my job is to clean up messes and make things easy to use.

My first job was as a janitor, so the former is covered.

For the latter, I just need an infinite team of monkeys with Balsamiq. Seeking a dealer.


Oct
17
awarded  Yearling
Jul
20
awarded  Good Question
Feb
16
answered How to make the jump from Web/Graphic Designer to UX/UI Designer?
Feb
13
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
12
comment A/B testing in user test
I think you are conflating split testing with usability testing.
Feb
12
comment A/B testing in user test
I would disagree pretty strongly that the same users should see different versions.
Feb
12
revised Why does Stack Exchange require you to click to be turned down?
grammar
Feb
12
answered Why does Stack Exchange require you to click to be turned down?
Jan
2
awarded  Favorite Question
Dec
3
comment Does the average user understand the difference between “tagging” and “categories”?
Related: ux.stackexchange.com/questions/33311/…
Dec
3
comment How can the word “feedback” in the header affect potential new customers?
+1 because this isn't really navigation, it's a secondary action that doesn't really belong in the main menu.
Dec
3
answered Changing the sort order of episodes in a season when browsing to watch a show
Nov
22
accepted How to handle “consistency” when the meaning of the word isn't…consistent?
Nov
19
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
18
asked How to handle “consistency” when the meaning of the word isn't…consistent?
Nov
12
awarded  Good Question
Nov
11
answered Do links need to be blue in business application?
Nov
6
comment UX for specifying & showing mutual exclusive pairs in a group
This is a good solution. The only thing I would worry about is that it might be sparse for large number of choices. Maybe think about collapsing columns and rows that remain default?
Nov
6
comment Pop ups soliciting user comments on websites, good or bad?
@KitP I was really just trying to be fair to the idea. I really wouldn't recommend it generally, but if you had a very error-prone pathway that was puzzling, you could perhaps throw something up when you detect an abandonment to try to ferret out the problem. But that's kind of a different question.
Nov
5
answered Pagination design, reload entire page or reload just the section with data