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bio website quietstars.com
location England, United Kingdom
age 44
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Adrian is passionate about building effective teams and great products. He co-founded Quietstars to help companies do that using Lean, Agile and UX practices.

You'll find him working with startup and product development teams — doing everything from coaching & teaching to hands on UX & dev work. With more than 15 years experience working with startups, established businesses and agencies Adrian is an active member of the Agile and Lean UX communities. He's also a mentor for Lean Startup Machine and speakup.io.

You'll often find him ranting in a corner of the bar about how agile, business and user experience folk need to play nice together. Be kind and buy him whisky.


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answered How should one prepare when doing a UX presentation to non-practitioners?
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answered Price ranges vs concrete price for 3rd party vendors
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answered How should I name the paid app VS unpaid app on mobile devices?
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May
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revised UX vs IA core competencies
fixed spelling mistake
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answered How do you prevent scope creep in agile projects when usability testing?
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Jan
13
answered Which open source project should I consider to improve their usability and visual design
Jan
13
answered Should a light switch be small or big, or does this depend on other factors?
Jan
13
comment When is endless paging appropriate?
@Guillermo It goes to the appropriate location I believe. Looking at the length of the ID I'm guessing that it's a per-session thing rather than a permalink. But I don't see there being a fundamental technical issue in implementing a permalink instead.
Jan
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comment When is endless paging appropriate?
@Kristian - Sorry. I don't understand your comment. What Forrst gives you is exactly the normal back button behaviour - on-top of the infinite scroll behaviour.
Jan
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answered Should you disable more complex features for less-savy users?
Jan
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answered Readability - what is the best way to display a stand alone date in an email?