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Jan
17
reviewed Approve Should the hamburger menu close only on icon click or on click outside as well?
Jan
17
reviewed Approve Should the hamburger menu close only on icon click or on click outside as well?
Jan
15
answered What's the difference between card sorting and affinity diagramming?
Jan
15
comment Should the hamburger menu close only on icon click or on click outside as well?
Indeed. And a good article link.
Jan
14
comment Should the hamburger menu close only on icon click or on click outside as well?
True. And because of that, it tends to turn into a junk drawer.
Jan
14
answered Should the hamburger menu close only on icon click or on click outside as well?
Jan
11
comment UX Qualifications?
Hiring managers all ask for portfolios recently, but I've always had trouble putting together anything that I think is interesting. My UX portfolio is just PDFs of wireframes and research reports. Pretty boring stuff. My fear is always that they'll expect them to look like a creative portfolio.
Jan
11
comment How to help blind people feel the other emotion?
I'd spend some time with blind people, learning how they understand emotions currently. Don't they do that by listening to the things the person says and their tone of voice? Or are you talking about text interactions? Or just seeing the other's emotions on their face?
Jan
5
comment Ideal number of items per row / Page results
But putting TPI in the product description makes the user read all the descriptions as they look for what they need. A big image - or a separate line for TPI - would make the page more scannable.
Jan
5
comment Ideal number of items per row / Page results
I often wish this kind of page showed more items, and never wish they showed fewer. I'd start with 50 or so and, if you let users specify, give them a "view all" option.
Jan
5
answered Do we really need a review tab on a wizard pattern?
Jan
4
comment Display portfolio details on overlay (modal-like) or in a new window?
Some e-commerce sites include, on their product grids, a Quick View (a modal with some brief details) plus links to dedicated pages of full details. The QV allows the user to quickly flip through the catalog. That scheme could work for a portfolio.
Jan
1
answered What are the best practices for the lead capture forms on mobile?
Dec
28
comment Website gamification what achievements?
Why do you think that gamification will improve the user experience and page views?
Dec
28
comment Should I use initial pop-ups that cover the entire screen for advertising?
Will it turn away visitors? What do you think? What's your own reaction when you see one of these things? (In my case, it makes me want to close the tab and go to a different site.) You're proposing a hurdle in the path to what the user wants to accomplish.
Dec
28
comment End-user feedback interview for an early stage prototype
Your research method should be determined by what sort of results you want, and what sort of actions you want to take. If you're looking for a marketing direction, then surveys might be the right way to go. If you're looking for usability improvements, then a small usability test will do it. (There are remote, unmoderated usability services out there like usertesting.com where you can get lots more subjects, but no direct observations.)
Dec
27
comment End-user feedback interview for an early stage prototype
I'm guessing these surveys will be more useful to marketing than the UX team. I wouldn't know what actions to take from the results you get. You might consider doing some usability testing, which will reveal where users have trouble and where they find delight. Just 5-7 subjects will reveal a lot about your design.
Dec
26
answered What does an icon's outline communicate to the user?
Dec
24
comment Where to Order Virgin Islands in a Country List?
The stack exchange thing is pretty cool too, but it gives you one suggestion rather than many.
Dec
24
comment Where to Order Virgin Islands in a Country List?
I think it's a great solution. The hardest part, I expect, would be convincing your dev team to implement it.