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comment Which part(s) of the overall user experience is best represented by the NPS?
A very interesting comparison of thoughts. As I mentioned in my question, I was using a 'simplified' or simplistic view of UX to make the discussion less complex. In your definition affectivity seems to map to engagement in my definition, which is a result of the usability and utility of the product/service. If NPS is not an indicator of functionality or usability, then why is affectivity the outcome of all other three previous steps?
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asked Which part(s) of the overall user experience is best represented by the NPS?
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asked Representation of rating scale values that are not whole numbers
Aug
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comment Using “fat” rows to show data
I think you are referring to the Listview design pattern that is used by Outlook (Microsoft) or something along those lines. Just trying to Google the term for some ideas.
Aug
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revised Are there standard metrics to gauge content quality?
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revised Can UX without research really be called UX?
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comment Can UX without research really be called UX?
I think it is probably the effectiveness or impact of UX without research that you are really after here? Without users there wouldn't be products to create, and there would be no design at all, regardless of the approach you take. I think the important question is whether customer input needs to be at the research or testing stage (or both) of UX design.
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answered Can UX without research really be called UX?
Aug
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answered Is a mute button necessary in a music application?
Aug
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answered Design: Custom code UI desgin Or Framework like Bootstrap, Foundation etc
Aug
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Aug
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answered How to balance existing standards/patterns with your future plans for a product
Aug
6
comment Improving a flat table view
You have asked two separate questions, one of which already has been a popular question asked previously, so try search for it in the questions. As for your initial question, it would help us to give you the best suggestions for improvement if you can tell us your rationale and thought process behind the design. One of the best ways to improve your UX skills is to consider WHY rather than HOW.
Aug
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reviewed Close Is it worth hiring a UX professional to help with a fundraiser campaign for a 2 year old website?
Aug
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answered What's a good icon to represent testing?
Aug
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comment Do users read pop up messages/notifications/error messages, etc.?
Messages can't be designed for people who won't read them, although the misuse of the messages are partly to blame for people ignoring them. But not putting them in where it is needed would be not doing what we need to do as part of making sure that the users get the critical information that they need. I think this is a preferable practice to doing nothing at all. And at least it is there for the users that do read it.
Aug
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comment How to move to the ux from industrial design?
Just as a comment, studying HTML and CSS would be the shortest way to web UI design, not UX design. Instead, I would try to draw on the skills and process involved in the research and testing aspects of industrial design as a starting point.
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