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answered How can I make this graph not so misleading?
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comment How can I make this graph not so misleading?
+1 a good solution, and I think you can simplify it further by removing the colours because the category labels already differentiate the groups, whereas in the previous solution it needs to be labelled to avoid confusion
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comment Best design for a list with 8 fields for numeric input in a same row
I am also curious why you don't record both the number of goals and the time when it is scored, as it seems to be important information, especially since you record the number and time of the yellow/red cards.
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answered Best design for a list with 8 fields for numeric input in a same row
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answered What to do when your application has an “unmanageable” amount of settings?
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comment UX team of 10, looking for functional and effective ways to collaborate?
If each designer is working with a different team, why do they need to know what the others are working on? Unless they are just resources allocated to projects and need to shift around. Also, I think with that many people the standards and processes will be more important than just communication and tools alone. I think one of the best ways to get people talking and sharing is to discuss design issues they come across in the project and brainstorm with other designers.
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comment Are smartphones accessible or operable by blind people?
Sounds quite involved :p But I have enough trouble typing on the soft keypad on the smartphones as it is, so I can't imagine how difficult it would be to do it without being able to look at the keypad. Do you know anything reviews or feedback about how useful or usable these features are?
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comment Why do Microwave oven UIs fail?
Always great to have the people actually involved in the design to answer the question, because it is very easy to be critical without knowing the whole story and realizing the different competing pressures that result in the final design. As for microwaves with better features outselling ones that are easier to use - I think the jury is still out on that one...
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comment Why ribbon is used as symbol for most of disease awareness?
@rewobs It would be good to put an answer for this question (if it is not closed) since the link does provide a good answer.
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asked Are smartphones accessible or operable by blind people?
Feb
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comment Which level of management or UX hierarchy has the responsibility for setting the design code of ethics for the organisation?
I think we've already seen what can happen with the VW emission testing scandal that has done much to damage the reputation of the company and those involved in the automobile industry already. Luckily it is not to do with a safety issue, but it definitely has provided the public with some idea of what can happen without strong ethical standards in design practice.
Feb
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comment Which level of management or UX hierarchy has the responsibility for setting the design code of ethics for the organisation?
Well, at least in Australia there is a position called Workplace Health and Safety Officer that takes care of all safety related issues. I am still curious as to why no one can provide any examples of a person who has taken on the responsibility for this within an organisation...
Feb
3
comment Which level of management or UX hierarchy has the responsibility for setting the design code of ethics for the organisation?
A very good point, but as I work as a contractor it is not usually something that the clients particularly like to spent money (and therefore my time) on. I ask the question also because normally there is no one in particular that I can address these concerns to within the organisation, or externally if I feel that the work breaches certain design or ethical considerations. Having made the point in your answer, who would be your 'best bet candidates' within your organisation?
Feb
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answered What's a good way to show an article has been read?
Feb
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asked Which level of management or UX hierarchy has the responsibility for setting the design code of ethics for the organisation?
Feb
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comment Have you ever turned down a UX project that didn't align to your personal beliefs?
I think the better question to ask might be "what is a professional way to turn down UX projects on the basis of personal beliefs" so that it doesn't become about organisations that are against certain groups of people but how you can handle the situation as a UX professional.
Feb
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comment When do you include client in UX process
It is important to distinguish between the client and the users (in some cases they are both), and hopefully the client is coming to you because they don't know enough about their users and is relying on the skills you have in research to bring it to light, not paying you to say what you think the users want/need.
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answered Is there a standard color list to keep adding new colors to a plot while retaining old colors?