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Seasoned UX professional.

UX Mentor @ Google TLV Campus.

UX Lead @ Panaya | Blogger @ UXtasy | Editorial member @ UXI

Cognitive Psychologist by training. @vitalym on Twitter.


Aug
14
comment What's a good way to transfer a user from a mobile site to a desktop site?
Welcome to UX.SE Lara! That's the best solution that I've come up with, too.
Aug
14
comment What's a good way to transfer a user from a mobile site to a desktop site?
The demo is for the full version of the app. Its nature is not appropriate for a mobile device, and adjusting it to a mobile device is meaningless. The question is how to redirect people who view the mobile version of the marketing website to the demo.
Aug
13
asked What's a good way to transfer a user from a mobile site to a desktop site?
Aug
7
awarded  Good Answer
Aug
5
accepted Ragged edges vs. alignment
Aug
4
comment Can we Quantify Cognitive Load?
@MSalters Speaking as a cognitive psychologist I can assure you that if there's a non-invasive way to measure cognitive performance, CogSci people will be much more familiar with it than UX people.
Aug
3
comment Can we Quantify Cognitive Load?
This will be much better answered on CogSci.SE...
Aug
2
comment Ragged edges vs. alignment
A river effect is when you have a vertical streak of white inside a block of text. Having some content on the left side of the screen and some more content on the right side does not mean that you have river effect there :)
Aug
1
comment Ragged edges vs. alignment
Benny, you're talking about forms, please see my answer to Jørn.
Aug
1
awarded  Nice Question
Aug
1
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
31
comment Ragged edges vs. alignment
@NateKerkhofs Mostly because there is huge variance in the names of the items. "A reasonable location" got pushed further and further to the right, until it was the same as aligning them to the right :).
Jul
31
comment Ragged edges vs. alignment
@JørnE.Angeltveit I'll explain why I don't think it's relevant. Noone would put field labels on the other side of the screen. Fields without labels are meaningless, but the names in my example are the primary pieces of information. Also, this is not a form that needs to be filled out - it's a grid. Stacking information within a grid row has its uses, but it's not the case here, so I can't put statuses above names, or the other way around. I'm not worried about path to completion or about conversion. In short, I think it's a very big stretch to use form guidelines for this.
Jul
31
comment Ragged edges vs. alignment
Developers and PMs.
Jul
31
comment Ragged edges vs. alignment
Other options like ... creating a dedicated column a bit to the right of the names have been considered and dismissed :).
Jul
31
comment What are common resolutions for projectors?
I'm not trying to categorize a business resolution. There's a class of projectors categorized as business. I'm trying to find a distribution of resolutions in that class, that's all.
Jul
31
asked Ragged edges vs. alignment
Jul
31
comment What are common resolutions for projectors?
We're trying to identify the bottom limit of the responsive design - the lowest supported resolution. And regardless - trends are nice, but it doesn't mean that they can - or should! - be followed in all cases.
Jul
31
comment What are common resolutions for projectors?
@MichaelLai Yes, see update.
Jul
31
revised What are common resolutions for projectors?
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