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Creating human-centric digital experiences is my craft.


Feb
14
awarded  Enlightened
Feb
14
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
8
answered What do you call the method for ranking a set of items using a series of questions comparing just 2 at each time
Dec
4
revised UX style guide techniques
edited to shorter url
Dec
4
suggested approved 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.