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Roving Psychologist.


Oct
24
revised There is some research done about cognitive workload vs 3D movements?
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Oct
22
answered There is some research done about cognitive workload vs 3D movements?
Oct
22
comment B2B / B2C, as one or two separate websites?
Financial Services sites have this dilemma eg hsbc.co.uk. They also tend to hide the corporate stuff away under a link down at the bottom of the main site.
Oct
22
comment How do users react to a browser request for geolocation?
Its a specific case of a more general question on users attitudes to privacy, so there may be more data available on this.
Oct
21
comment How do you reduce the number of emails users send you?
I will second the 'very annoying' when there is no way of actually contacting anyone.
Oct
21
revised Board game design: Which design is clearest to indicate failure?
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Oct
21
answered User testing with no access to users?
Oct
17
comment What are some of the user research methods conducted for an analytics based product?
I'd consider hiring a commericial market research agency as they are more likely to be able to access the kind of high level people you are after. This will cost. The time of CEOs is expensive. If you don't have that kind of budget you'll have to approach the problem in a differnet way (maybe look at competing products).
Oct
14
comment Product Manager against personas
I'd start off with the reasons / data why YOU think personas are a good idea rather than just taking it as read that they are. If the arguments convince you, then you have them to convince your Product Manager.
Oct
13
comment Which gets more interactive: QR code or shorten link?
I'd probably just register my own domain for the occasion (often less that £10) and set up a redirect from it the posting on google docs.
Oct
13
comment Which gets more interactive: QR code or shorten link?
I'd suggest the vanity URL as an answer.
Oct
10
answered How to design user-centric feedback forms
Oct
7
answered UI/UX in an Agile Development Environment
Oct
6
comment Does UX/UI apply to web pages and web apps only?
UX can be applied to anything: as is exampled by the discussions on here tagged 'physical' ux.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/physical
Oct
6
comment Does UX/UI apply to web pages and web apps only?
I don't totally agree with the sentiment of this post: while there may be traditional professionals who have dealt with movie posters / print ads / billboards the fact that technology means that these mediums are becoming more INTERACTIVE means that UX will tend to spread further into other fields.
Oct
2
answered How to allow for 'exploration' in your user testing?
Sep
29
revised What is the best way to arrange chinese words on a menu
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Sep
26
comment Why doesn't the space bar have anything written on it?
And the 'shift' key on a computer keyboard has an 'up' arrow because on a mechanical typewriter pressing it literally lifted a section of the mechanical mechanism to produce upper case characters.
Sep
25
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Sep
25
comment Which way do arrows point on a tabbed web page?
That's how tabbed interfaces have been designed since they were invented (probably in the late 80s). The tabbed interface was a metaphor for file index cards which were common at the time.