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Front-end developer at an online bank. I've been doing web development for 15 years. For most of that time, I've been passionate about UX, though I wouldn't consider myself an expert. It's a great privilege to be a part of this community and learn from you smart people.

You can also catch me on Stack Overflow, Twitter (@patrick_mc), and Github.

Daniel 2:20-22


Jan
6
reviewed Approve When should scrolling navigation bars be employed?
Jan
6
comment Is there any in-depth data on tappability of touchscreen areas?
@AaronMcIver In light of your second comment, it may not be relevant, but check out this meta question: Are questions about physical user interface on topic?
Jan
6
revised Why would a web site hide the log out button?
I suspect the previous title was misleading to users trying to the log out button on sites they use.
Jan
6
revised Desktop software design patterns
added 191 characters in body
Jan
6
comment At what point in the development process should UX come into play in an Agile work environment?
@Kris +1 for Lean UX. Don't miss Jeff Gothelf's answer below.
Jan
5
comment How to discover what users NEED and not what they WANT?
Closed as a duplicate of an older question that just got bumped. Should we merge the two questions?
Jan
5
revised At what point in the development process should UX come into play in an Agile work environment?
edited tags
Jan
5
revised What is an easier unlock pattern: gesture or code?
Updated the quote to match your edit to the question. :)
Jan
5
revised What is an easier unlock pattern: gesture or code?
Updated quote to match the updated question
Jan
5
reviewed Approve What is an easier unlock pattern: gesture or code?
Jan
4
reviewed Approve What is a good search pattern for a photo sharing website?
Jan
4
comment What is an easier unlock pattern: gesture or code?
Are you sure about that? By definition, they can't see the patterns, but does that mean they can't use them?
Jan
4
revised Responsive web design technique in desktop application?
edited tags
Jan
4
revised What techniques can I use to wireframe sites with responsive/fluid layouts?
edited tags
Jan
4
revised How should large table columns be handled on a responsive design?
edited tags; edited tags
Jan
4
revised Should I let users tag everything in a photos website or just photos?
Help with English
Jan
3
comment funnel or checklist icon
Hi w0rldart. we recently determined that questions on specific icons are unlikely to be useful to future visitors. As such, I'm closing this question. I'm glad you got you found the answer you sought, and agree, you can't go wrong with a funnel.
Jan
1
comment Self Service Checkouts
I feel your pain, but don't see an a constructive and useful question here.
Dec
31
comment Appropriate Icon for “Load” Button?
meta.ux.stackexchange.com/questions/629/…
Dec
27
comment Is Amazon's layout good or bad from a UX and conversion optimization POV?
This question isn't a good for the site. All of the answers and comments are just opinions, with very little knowledge exchange. See the blog post, Good Subjective, Bad Subjective for more information.