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Creating human-centric digital experiences is my craft.


Dec
4
revised UX style guide techniques
edited to shorter url
Dec
4
suggested suggested edit on UX style guide techniques
Nov
17
awarded  Notable Question
Oct
27
revised Is “Tweet to Unlock a Free Download” a dark pattern?
added another example
Sep
26
comment UX style guide techniques
Granted, the guide is rough, young and iterative - but it's helping bring our government enterprise forward... The real work of UX is the day-to-day agile/iterative collaboration with project teams - we chose to let a UX Guide evolve from the daily issues encountered, regardless of how rough it started. Certainly UX folk could rip it apart, but as Loren noted in the question... it's a big messy project.
Sep
24
awarded  Fanatic
Sep
12
revised Should users be forced into a responsive design (without the ability to opt out)?
Added Update: supporting information
Sep
12
revised Should users be forced into a responsive design (without the ability to opt out)?
Added Update: supporting information
Sep
12
awarded  Enlightened
Sep
11
revised Why this timed-hover “like button”?
Clarification
Sep
11
awarded  Organizer
Sep
11
revised Why this timed-hover “like button”?
edited tags
Sep
11
comment Why this timed-hover “like button”?
Not sure I buy it either - all my references are to conjecture. If only we could think no-cost testing into existence...
Sep
11
answered Is it good to limit the user to a set number of selectable font / background colors?
Sep
11
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
11
comment Why this timed-hover “like button”?
Their choice in the word "kudos" is interesting - almost akin to "applause"... where 1 clap is an insult. You have to give at least 3 or 4 claps to be legit.
Sep
11
comment Why this timed-hover “like button”?
Just a theory... Interestingly, flattr.com throws in micro-payments with the like to add actual value. Not too sure how well they're doing, though.
Sep
11
comment Why this timed-hover “like button”?
Appears to be an interface element from the svbtle.com network, rather than that blog itself.
Sep
11
answered Why this timed-hover “like button”?
Sep
10
comment How to prevent bias toward top filter results?
Simpler was better. We went with this solution as it solved the issue at hand without going back to the drawing board to rethink the app. Had there been time and resources, the other suggestions may have been useful.