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revised How do you show long names in mobile apps?
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Jul
17
comment Designing the view for a routing functionality in iPhone
While the map pin idea is one route of doing this, how do you propose achieving the second suggestion - entering the post code and address? The main issue defined in the question is that there is currently nowhere in the application to provide this option, so can you propose how the user gets to the screen to enter their address details?
Jul
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revised Designing the view for a routing functionality in iPhone
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Jul
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comment Specific techniques to interview customers/users for UX/customer discovery questions
@Graviton That is fine to an extent, it just means the project will take longer (and therefore be more expensive) - it takes more time and effort to correct prototypes based on client feedback than it does to get the requirements pinned-down in the first place. You'll always have to make changes throughout the project though, but it's best to identify them as early as possible. Still, better to make changes to a prototype than to finished and live code!
Jul
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revised Highlighting incoming/outgoing amounts in the balance sheet
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Jul
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reviewed Leave Closed A system supporting state of emergency
Jul
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comment A system supporting state of emergency
I've put it on hold for the time being, but please see if there is an answerable question in here that you can restructure the question around as it's an interesting topic, just too big currently for a Q&A site.
Jul
16
revised What to display when there is no admin-submitted image for categories and products?
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Jul
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answered Specific techniques to interview customers/users for UX/customer discovery questions
Jul
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comment How to motivate users give feedback?
When you say they 'don't use' it, do you mean they don't even bother clicking the button, or they click it but don't actually submit any feedback? What tracking do you have in place here?
Jul
16
comment A system supporting state of emergency
I still don't understand what the answerable question would be around that though. It is an interesting topic, but not every interesting UX topic is a fit for a Q&A site. What would be the actual question?
Jul
16
comment A system supporting state of emergency
There is way too much going on here for anyone to reasonably answer in in a single answer post I think. It's practically a dissertation topic! Can you slim it down a bit and focus on one particular area? Remember, this is a Question and Answer site, not a discussion forum.
Jul
16
comment Mobile UX testing
Eye tracking and screen-recorders are two different things. What exactly is it you're looking to test? 'Mobile UX' as a whole isn't something you just test for, you need some criteria you're looking to measure against. (i.e. Ease of navigation / click-through rate / comprehension of the content...?)
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reviewed Approve Mobile UX testing
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reviewed Approve Contact form in a web app for registered users
Jul
15
revised Is it bad navigation to separate individual emails from the general contact of a “Contact Us” page?
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revised Why are there so many widescreens on desktop devices?
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reviewed Close What are the primary reasons to use paging instead of a single page layout in a form?
Jul
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revised What's the best way to view details if touch gesture is used for something else?
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