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Dec
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answered Should we ask for name on card even though it's not required for credit card payments?
Dec
18
comment How are GUI and User Experience issues, approached by open software developers?
@rraallvv As to ways to approach it. I think a lot of the problems are the cultural ones - and that's beginning to change. I'm seeing more dev folk actively value and learn about UX stuff. I'm seeing more UX folk work in more effective incremental ways (the Lean UX folk for example).
Dec
18
comment How are GUI and User Experience issues, approached by open software developers?
The thing is they have different goals XCode is a specifically targeted at MacOS/iOS + Objective C. Eclipse is a generic IDE aimed at multiple languages and platforms. It's not out-of-the-box ready for Android dev since most people don't use it for Android dev ;-)
Dec
18
comment How are GUI and User Experience issues, approached by open software developers?
I'd actually disagree with the initial part. OSS is just as much about new projects as improvements. The non-OSS world is just as much about incremental product improvement as it is new projects.
Dec
18
comment How are GUI and User Experience issues, approached by open software developers?
@rraallvv I dunno which insider look I'm giving. I'm spend at least 50% of my time doing UX stuff. However I also do development and have started and been involved with several OSS projects ;-)
Dec
17
answered How are GUI and User Experience issues, approached by open software developers?
Dec
15
answered What is a more personal email address than support@yourdomain.com or sales@yourdomain.com for a Service-oriented product?
Dec
15
answered Is it alright to use mockups to build a portfolio?
Dec
13
answered Responsive design on desktop
Dec
11
comment Why do checkout processes place payment info last?
Yes - there are token systems but they cost money to run and implement. They're less exploitable than storing the CC numbers - but they still make it much easier for folk to do bad things to your customers if the site gets hacked. The point I was trying to make was that the decision on where to gather payment info isn't a "free" one on the technical/business side ;)
Dec
6
answered Points to be kept in mind while writing a document to redesign a web application?
Dec
6
answered Is user experience design (UXD) equal to user centered design (UCD)?
Dec
6
answered Representing a network of product dependencies as a diagram
Dec
6
comment Is a short stay on Web Page always bad?
Yes. You optimise for the goal not the length of time. For example when building apps for intranets I'm generally trying to encourage people to complete their tasks as quickly as possible. Short times (that achieve the goals) are good.
Dec
6
comment Monitors display more colors than human eye can distinguish
In addition to all of the above there is some evidence that we see some frequencies better than others (e.g. we are better at differentiating greens than we are blues and reds because of the frequencies the rods and cones in our eye respond to). So the colours that we can differentiate are not spread evenly over the whole visible spectrum.
Dec
6
answered Automatically focusing in the search text box on page load for an ecommerce site
Dec
5
answered Where can I find info about rudimentary navigation / architecture paradigms?
Dec
5
answered Why do checkout processes place payment info last?
Dec
4
comment How to archive paper prototypes and physical objects from design process?
This is pretty much exactly what I do. I double check before throwing away that nobody wants them. But,basically, if they've not been used in six months they're either irrelevant or already embodied in code.
Dec
3
answered screen video capturing (usability test) on mobile