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Aug
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comment Is it true that “the only 'intuitive' interface is the nipple”?
Your answer would have 100+ votes if there were more mothers on here. My wife wants to create a ux.se account just to vote this one up.
Aug
8
comment Is implementing dark patterns unethical?
Are our responsibilities limited to what the law requires of us? If we are legally allowed to do something, does that mean we ought to? If there is no relevant law to speak of with respect to a "What should I do?" problem we're facing, does that mean that anything goes? No. No. No. Great article in BusinessWeek tackling laws vs ethics goo.gl/z0cpW
Aug
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comment What is the best email username to use for a myname.com domain?
Mahershalalhashbaz... there's some Sunday School trivia - it's the longest word in the Bible.
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Jul
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comment Can a page rating with feedback be more effective than a longer usability survey for identifying problem areas?
Your answer best articulated the rational. Much appreciated.
Jul
20
comment Can a page rating with feedback be more effective than a longer usability survey for identifying problem areas?
Your Nielsen link allowed me to dig in further into the best practices. Thanks.
Jul
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Jul
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accepted Can a page rating with feedback be more effective than a longer usability survey for identifying problem areas?
Jul
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revised Why don't ATMs give you cash before your card?
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Jul
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Jul
14
comment Can a page rating with feedback be more effective than a longer usability survey for identifying problem areas?
A 10-15 question survey... More demographic questions, what were you looking for? Did you find it? How hard was it to locate? Did the content meet your needs, etc.
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Jul
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comment Can a page rating with feedback be more effective than a longer usability survey for identifying problem areas?
I took the idea from a series of A/B Testing Microsoft did at videolectures.net/kdd07_kohavi_pctce @minute 4:20 where they increased rating participation by 7x by going from a star model rating system to the up down vote. It seems that the commitment for giving an up/down vote is much less than to "report a problem"
Jul
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Jul
11
comment Is spacing between touch targets an unnecessary recommendation by Microsoft?
@GotDibbs Thanks for the well-thought out answer. I think we'll be going with recommendation of the Microsoft model noting that the necessity of space between targets decreases as the target size increases.
Jul
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accepted Is spacing between touch targets an unnecessary recommendation by Microsoft?
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revised How to measure an app's usefulness?
Formatting and clarifying answer.