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asked Why are visitor counters for websites not used any more?
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revised Swipe direction when designing for Right-To-Left languages?
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answered What are the core tools and processes an organization should have in place to test web application accessibility
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comment Wording: 0% or NO?
+1 Nature language is always a good choice/default when it doubt. Of course, it should be tested to see if this assumption is correct.
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answered Usability measurement: Nielsen's Attributes of Usability versus the SUS
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comment Usability measurement: Nielsen's Attributes of Usability versus the SUS
When you say industry standard, I have actually never seen any companies that I worked for implement the SUS. So it might be a standard but perhaps not for all industries. As a starting point, the SUS is good to get you thinking about what usability means to your organisation though...
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answered Is Google Analytics the right tool to measure user engagement across web and mobile?
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answered On a fullwidth/mobile view master calendar, should a day with no events be removed or collapsed?
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comment On a fullwidth/mobile view master calendar, should a day with no events be removed or collapsed?
Just one thing about the collapsed day display, it might be difficult for people to click on it to expand it especially when there are more than two days collapsed next to each other and the touch area is not thick or wide enough to press easily.
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asked A higher order design language for UX
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comment Is UX design with the intent to change user behaviour without their permission or consent ethical?
That's very dangerous if this is also the same type of oath that doctors swear to abide by... :D
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comment Is UX design with the intent to change user behaviour without their permission or consent ethical?
@DA01 Ethics is about making choices and decisions based on individual beliefs, so perhaps we need a clearer code of conduct for UX designers?
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comment Is UX design with the intent to change user behaviour without their permission or consent ethical?
As it so happens, I have worked for a company that includes in its products and services gaming machines. I don't have a problem with companies that makes the experience of people who can afford to spend the money enjoy it sensibly. I do have issues if they think that it is a UX designer's job to do what they ask of you without consideration for that designer's moral and ethical standards, regardless of whether it is in line with the company's social and corporate responsibilities. But in the end, should the question be based on whether we are doing the users harm or not?
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revised Is UX design with the intent to change user behaviour without their permission or consent ethical?
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