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revised What tools/methods do you use to get from a project kickoff to wireframes?
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comment What tools/methods do you use to get from a project kickoff to wireframes?
Its similar to design the box but this time the workshop participants draw a mobile view of the content so that they focus their thoughts on whats really important so avoiding content bloat and feature creep.
Jun
7
comment How to design a multi-language website ?
@Manu inflight magazines are an example although not the best example of editorial design, I'm racking my brain for examples to give you and I might have to make a trip to Magma book store and get back to you!
Jun
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comment How to design a multi-language website ?
@Rahul Flags to me feel like silos rather than optimised content. They can easily be missed by those they intend to support and surly once selected they run the risk of forming clutter as if I return I expect to see the state I left.
Jun
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comment Why is everybody using Facebook, is it good marketing or good usability?
watch facebook the movie, I know its a film but it covers many of the social acceptance points covered by Maslow
Jun
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answered What tools/methods do you use to get from a project kickoff to wireframes?
Jun
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answered How to design a multi-language website ?
May
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answered How many interface designs are necessary beyond the initial mockup phase?
May
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revised What UX solutions are there for the EU cookie legislation?
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May
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May
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comment How do you recruit users for usability evaluation?
I can't agree more, doing the test yourself mean that when it comes to writing the report and presenting the findings you have a detailed knowledge of all the participants comments and actions.
May
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comment What UX solutions are there for the EU cookie legislation?
thanks for the information and link its an interesting approach. As with all legislation its loop holes have already been found by those the regulation aims to restrict.
May
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comment What UX solutions are there for the EU cookie legislation?
This seems a good idea but will it fall fowl of the type of statements that were popular in accessibility guidelines of the past with language such as 'until browsers support xyz…'. It also assumes that everyone has the latest browser and to be fair those most at 'risk' or 'exposed' to the malicious activity this legislation aims to resolve would be those who are least likely to have the latest or up to date browsers.
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May
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answered Drop-down field with only one value
May
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asked What UX solutions are there for the EU cookie legislation?
May
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answered How can I make a Lucene-backed search interface more humane?
May
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answered Experience of Card Sorting Tool
May
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answered What makes Silverback a usability program?