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answered UCD books for a Product Designer?
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comment What is the optimal alarm handling for a calendar (or todo) event?
now if we could just couple that thing with an Exchange server... ;-)
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answered What is the optimal alarm handling for a calendar (or todo) event?
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comment How to handle todos, appointments: separate, integrated or use hybrid term?
I agree, will stop posting new links ;) My biggest pain point is that for todos, you don't only choose the tool you're most comfortable with, you're effectively locking yourself in because there's no standard, and hence no interoperability whatsoever - everybody does their own thing.
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answered How to handle todos, appointments: separate, integrated or use hybrid term?
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comment How to handle todos, appointments: separate, integrated or use hybrid term?
Nice question, looking forward to the discussion! There's also goodtodo.com (e-mail-based), toodledo.com (web-based and with some collaborative features) and todotxt.com (basically a text file with some tools built around it)
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comment Toggle FIND button to OK in Find dialog when search result shown
Welcome to UX.SE, Christian :-)
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answered Toggle FIND button to OK in Find dialog when search result shown
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answered How do you decide whether additional information is harmful?
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comment Is “user experience” evil?
I disagree - in my eyes, UX isn't per se "not evil", same with marketing. It's all about what you do with it, see also adrianh's casino example. When they're corporate employees, UXers (as everyone else) do their job which often is helping their company reach its business goals, and if those goals happen to be "make our product more enjoyable/easier to use", that's what they will do. However, if they tend to ignore the moral implications of their work and they're told to guide the user into a choice that primarily benefits the company (you could call that evil), they probably will do that too.
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comment Where to place list filter controls?
Oops, I must have overlooked that sentence of yours about the cookie ;-) Sorry for the duplication...
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comment how much in term of usability are the users willing to pay for visual effects?
So was I :-) Visual bloat is another topic entirely, sorry if that came over in a confusing way...