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I am a user experience professional specializing in the human element of web development. I blend cross-functional talents in Behavior Design, Interaction Design and Front-end Technology to make complex web and mobile applications that are engaging, simple and fun to use.


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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Display time period/duration in hours/minutes and man-day in web project management tool
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revised Alternatives to “Like”, “+1”, “Bookmark”, and “Favorite”?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Recommended books for enterprise application interface design
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Are carousels effective?
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comment Best user friendly option for buttons and icons placement
New designs: IMHO arrows for sure. Looks like it works with your tech limitations. Perhaps play with width and color a bit?
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comment Best user friendly option for buttons and icons placement
Thanks! I am imagining the problem there... There might be a way around it yet. This is a stab in the dark but look into using an iframe wrapper over the controls. Hit stack overflow for possible tech solutions. Best of luck.
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answered Best user friendly option for buttons and icons placement
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comment Why do read links turn purple?
JUST IN CASE there is no joke to your post, you do know that most pedestrian posts, quotes and tidbits shared on the internet should be treated VERY SKEPTICALLY in regards to their truth. This statement is pretty cheeky and certainly not meant to be serious. However there is good reason for why they turn purple. Again, your post maybe intended to be funny. And you know this, but if not, don't believe everything you read... especially on facebook. :)
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reviewed Edit suggested edit on Why do door knobs still exist?
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revised Why do door knobs still exist?
Kept comment but removed the potential racial bias (Original edit removed the footnote with this comment: the native american bit is presumptive, borderline racist and doesn't really add anything to the answer.)
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revised Why do door knobs still exist?
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answered Why do door knobs still exist?
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comment Why do door knobs still exist?
FYI, I had to replace my lever style bedroom door knob with a grip and turn version because the cat figured out how to jump up, pull the lever and bust into the room. He liked to come in mostly at times when the door was closed for a reason.
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revised Is copy and paste user-friendly in Mac?
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answered Is copy and paste user-friendly in Mac?