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bio website exceptontuesdays.com
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Human-System Integration Researcher & Developer.

Current interests in executing R&D projects developing future human-computer interaction concepts leveraging emerging technologies (motion capture, virtual environments, and gesture recognition) and how they can be integrated with unique user interface paradigms to optimize user performance.


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reviewed No Action Needed CSV Column mapping on mobile devices
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reviewed Reviewed Testing web interface on multiple (all) browsers, multiple (all) versions & multiple (all) platforms simultaneously?
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reviewed Close Action requires users leave and interact with another site, how to ensure they come back?
15h
reviewed Close Offline mode and possible sync issues
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comment Infinite scrolling + back button
This does not appear to really be answering the question. Can you expand on your answer to make it clear how it addressing the question? Please include links to references that show your answer is based on how people actually interact with systems, versus simply your personal opinion.
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reviewed Looks OK A/B testing for 3 versions
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reviewed No Action Needed Multi-range Slider for Budget Allocation
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reviewed No Action Needed Which input control is recommended for a large value range?
Nov
20
comment Menu link in a users perspective
"About The Bakery", though "About Us" will be clear to the user and unlikely to significantly impact SEO.
Nov
20
reviewed No Action Needed How should we handle UI when app performs network call and waits for a response?
Nov
20
comment Are stars a good rating system?
Props for the source link goes to @kbwatts. I just put it in a quote block. :)
Nov
20
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Is there anything wrong with disabling radio buttons, and how would you justify it?
Nov
19
comment Are stars a good rating system?
Subjectivity is a primary reason I dislike any-star ratings. I often wonder if I've screwed up my Netflix recommendations because I think 3/5 is a perfectly respectable movie, while Netflix thinks different. My wife also asks me to rate new recipes, which always ends in us explaining why 3/5 is (or is not) a rating worthy to give for a meal we'd make again. Always think about that when I click a star. :P
Nov
19
revised Are stars a good rating system?
added 4 characters in body
Nov
19
comment Impact of “Hide [x]” versus “Show [y]” to achieve the same goal
Personal anecdote, vs. hard numbers: I always prefer to frame checkbox options positively, instead of negatively, to avoid confirming a negative. I'd be hard pressed to successfully argue that "hide" is truly negative, but it just sounds more negative to me. Provided the action's verbage allowed for it, I would always lean towards "show" as a first reaction.
Nov
19
reviewed Close iOS indicate to user they can use a swipe gesture
Nov
19
answered Approaches on having a sign in, sign up, and guest form in mobile app with as little annoyance as possible
Nov
19
comment Best indicator for launching modal in mobile
Have you already exhausted alternative design patterns to avoid a modal, since they are rather poor practice in the mobile space? developer.appway.com/screen/ShowSingleRecipe/selectedRecipeId/…
Nov
18
answered Should mobile slideout menu close icon indicate direction of view change or UI movement?
Nov
18
reviewed Close Google fake results count