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I'm a user experience researcher with deep experience in understanding enterprise users, Mac users, and mobile users. I have experience in qualitative methodologies including contextual inquiries, interviews, focus groups, site visits, field work, usability studies, and co-design.


Jul
24
answered How do you usually gain brainstorming idea on how to design Android mobile app page
Jul
20
comment How to represent this notion of “favored” participant?
With slight re-wording of @jff's answer, this is still accurate. The organizer can reserve Julia's seat for her, and it is assumed that the seat is reserved for her until she explicitly says that she will not attend. In that case, you can simply show the reserved seats (and for whom they are reserved) and the free seats (which anyone can take). A reserved seat gets converted to a free seat either if Julia turns down the seat, or if the meeting organizer changes their mind about reserving the seat for Julia (ex: Julia is on vacation and isn't able to respond, so the organizer frees her seat).
Jul
20
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Messages such as “Operation Successfully Completed”: Is word “successfully” really necessary?
Jul
20
answered Is it possible to apply a valid usability test to a huge CRM software as a single person?
Jul
7
answered Conducting user testings when end-users are very specified group in another country
Jul
5
revised Do emojis provide any value over emoticons?
fixed grammar
May
27
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Why do door knobs still exist?
May
27
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Why do door knobs still exist?
May
23
answered Design and development team experience with community/user driven feedback platforms
May
14
comment Is it good idea to send user password upon register?
@AlexC, do you have a reference for that?
May
12
answered Do users log-out?
May
12
comment Is it good idea to send user password upon register?
My real name is Nadyne. My profile links to my website, which has various methods to contact me. Even if it didn't, my name is unique enough that a search on my first name turns me up on the first page of results. I've had my email address for long enough for the spambots to have added it to their lists long ago. I suppose it's possible that someone's bot is smart enough to figure out what (myfirstname) in this post maps to, but I'd be surprised if that much effort was put into it. Given that I make no attempt to hide my identity here, what is the concern?
May
9
awarded  Nice Answer
May
8
answered Is it good idea to send user password upon register?
May
2
revised Why do traffic lights have three separate light bulbs instead of having one?
Fixed spelling in title
May
2
comment Setting of Cancel, Back and Next Buttons in Apple UI
Is this a setup wizard that is separate from the installation wizard?
Apr
29
awarded  Custodian
Apr
29
comment pilot testing to determine dropout due to fatigue / annoyance
Is this an actual survey, or is it a registration form? That is, if I don't fill out the survey, can I still register for the program? Your second alternative makes me think that it's a registration form. If that's the case, perhaps this previous question will help. ux.stackexchange.com/questions/55082/…
Apr
29
comment pilot testing to determine dropout due to fatigue / annoyance
I'm not sure if you need a pilot test for this. There's plenty of research about surveys about survey response rates and how the number of questions impacts it. How many questions and survey respondents are you anticipating?
Apr
24
answered Which keyboard shortcuts to chose on cross-platform software?