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comment Kano survey - Why Expect/Expect is not questionable
@user3460047 just out of interest, what are you using the Kano model for? I have posted questions previously about the use of the model, and it doesn't appear to be as popular as I might have expected.
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answered Kano survey - Why Expect/Expect is not questionable
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asked Use and display of real-time user experience data in web applications
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comment How to gather “post-experience” user insights
@LaurenDankiewicz the post isn't quite that old :p But it is interesting that research is still very much lacking in UX design decisions for a lot of organisations... happy to discuss further if you want help fleshing out some details with your questions :)
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comment Making a Streak Visualization More Intuitive
@NathanArthur what do you mean by accessible? I hope the example helps to illustrate the implementation from your design. You can encode a lot of information in a bullet graph, but if you want to make it accessible then try not to put too much information and perhaps throw in some nice colours?
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revised Making a Streak Visualization More Intuitive
provided example design implementation
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comment How to gather “post-experience” user insights
Hi Lauren, if you are collecting data and doing research to help inform your redesign of the process then I suggest the first step should actually be going back to the assumptions and design decisions you have made in the first iteration and working out where they influence or impact on the design. This is why the more 'agile + lean + ux' approach looks at trying to develop a minimum viable product that allows you to rapidly evolve and test ideas until you have something reasonably solid, then you can get into more solid data collection.
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answered How to gather “post-experience” user insights
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answered Making a Streak Visualization More Intuitive
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comment Do you still mark prefilled input fields as required?
@Camay why not add some help text to make things clearer then? That way your users don't have to think/guess. But the rule of thumb is to design the input so it is as simple as possible rather than create situations where the intended behaviour might be ambiguous.
Apr
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comment What do users expect from a multiple answer question?
This is a very interesting/thought provoking question, but I think you might get a more authoritative answer from either the Games or Mathematics StackExchange rather than UXSE.
Apr
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answered What do users expect from a multiple answer question?
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answered Showing progress on activity over large time period
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answered How to display zero percent of progress?
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answered Alternative way to use as a Popup window on mobile website?
Apr
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comment Which ONE iOS device would you choose for design & testing?
If you had a shoestring budget then it is better to ask people in the office (or friends) and see what iOS devices are floating around that you can get people to test the apps.
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answered Why are assumptions in Lean UX written in the form of “we believe … to be true” and not in the form of “we do not know if …”?
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revised How should a multi-state toggle slider with more than two states be implemented?
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comment On/off switch with middle state?
A related question that I asked earlier that might also give you some ideas: ux.stackexchange.com/questions/75399/…
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comment What design elements should instructions on a form incorporate?
Are you making a distinction between instructions and information for the user? Normally it is part of the message and notification design patterns that you would provide for an application, and so you need to follow consistent font, font size, colour, background colour, etc. styles. Otherwise you need to design specific UI elements and styles for them.