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bio website erikscholz.de
location Berlin
age 36
visits member for 3 years, 8 months
seen Oct 17 '11 at 8:51

Work: User Experience Architect @ TBWA\Berlin

Digital Interests: Culture, Arts, Real-Time Web, Design, Advertising


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answered Text for offering a free service and user engagement
Oct
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comment Are there books explaining why software with good UX is not always well accepted by users?
True. Your statement doesn't conflict with mine. Products should definitely be awesome for new and previous users.
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answered Are there books explaining why software with good UX is not always well accepted by users?
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answered Alternatives to More Tab Button in a UITabBar?
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answered What is the best diagram tool?
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comment What effect would a grayscale color scheme have on UX?
Good collection. And yes, the do look old. Maybe not old, but classic. :)
May
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answered OK/Cancel on left/right?
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answered What effect would a grayscale color scheme have on UX?
May
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comment How to combine search results from multiple sources onto the same results page
I understood it as an internal call center tool. If there's colorblind people working there you can also use icons or add a text label.
May
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answered Is the shopping cart page part of the checkout process or not?
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answered What would be the best layout width when traffic monitor sizes are mostly 1280 x 1024?
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answered How to combine search results from multiple sources onto the same results page
May
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comment Multiple input boxes on a search form - And/Or Functionality
@Phil: I added a screenshot of the bing feature.
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revised Multiple input boxes on a search form - And/Or Functionality
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comment Multiple input boxes on a search form - And/Or Functionality
Yes, drop-down list. At Bing after the search results for any query there is a "extended features" link. I'm not sure about the wording because I use the German version. Basically you can extend your search query without having to know the syntax. First it's a textinput field, then a drop-down (All, Or, etc) and an "add to search" button.