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Jun
18
answered What are good examples of a web-based CRUD start page?
Jun
18
asked Digital Services Performance Measurement Framework for measuring and monitoring user experience
Jun
17
revised Documenting Rationale
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Jun
16
comment How can I make the message of this hero image clearer?
In that case, you might not want to use so much of the yellow because it might also be the case that people get too overwhelmed by the amount of yellow (e.g. its usage across the entire left hand side) rather than using it to just catch their attention (e.g. the colour of the last bar in the graph).
Jun
16
comment How can I make the message of this hero image clearer?
Just one extra thing, I don't know what the branding of the product/service is, but generally it is considered standard/best practice to incorporate it in the design so that it sticks in the mind of the audiences.
Jun
16
comment How can I make the message of this hero image clearer?
My take on the position of the image and text is based around whether you want to make a direct link between the two, or whether you intend to draw attention to people who are either drawn to visual or textual stimuli. Also, because people tend to read from top to bottom and left to right, it also determines what people will see first.
Jun
16
answered How can I make the message of this hero image clearer?
Jun
16
comment How can I make the message of this hero image clearer?
+1 agree with the comment about the expression and CTA
Jun
16
revised Is there a function to get the optimal number of choices in a Likert scale?
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Jun
16
revised Is there a function to get the optimal number of choices in a Likert scale?
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Jun
16
answered Is there a function to get the optimal number of choices in a Likert scale?
Jun
16
comment How to design a threshold input?
I suggest putting something into a Balsamiq sketch that will allow people to evaluate or critique the design, rather than letting people come up with a solution for you as an answer. I think you also need to provide some specification around point 2, because there are probably more than one valid solution.
Jun
16
revised Is there a function to get the optimal number of choices in a Likert scale?
spelling mistake
Jun
16
reviewed Approve Why don't we use Left navigation for website?
Jun
16
comment Feedback/Review system
@marx Seems to me like you are trying to develop a semi-quantitative scale, which comes with the advantages of qualitative and quantitative measures but also the perils of not being able to use it correctly or to its full potential due to its limitations. I'd definitely think about whether there are other ways to design the rating to make it either just quantitative (use an image for happy and another one for unhappy and have a sliding scale) or qualitative (use images for different feelings but not too related or connected to keep the values discreet).
Jun
15
answered Feedback/Review system
Jun
15
comment Alignment of input fields in a form with plain text
There are definitely some good references out there (some of them will appear in the answers) although I would expect them to point out that you need to work out exactly who you are designing for and what information you are displaying in order to determine what the right approach is. In this case, neither the user nor the content is specific, so it would be difficult to provide the best answer.
Jun
15
comment How do I handle duplicate content in the site structure?
I thought it depends on how the user wants to access the information. That is, if you want usage to drive navigation, not navigation to drive usage.
Jun
15
comment What are the similarities and difference between 'institutionalisation of usability' & 'institutionalisation of UX'?
The more things change, the more they stay the same. The business jargon POD (point of difference) was also replaced by USP (unique selling proposition), but can you spot the difference?
Jun
13
answered How to make a UX decision to bundle or separate applications