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Currently doing a M.Sc. Human Computer Interaction

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UX really is simple:

  1. Ask the users.
  2. Analyze their feedback.
  3. Design a better system.

(Adapted from "Feynman Problem Solving Algorithm")


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wiki created gamification excerpt
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suggested suggested edit on serious-game tag wiki excerpt
Sep
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wiki created serious-game excerpt
Sep
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revised Can a serious gaming app have a drama?
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19
revised Is Serious Games the same concept as Gamification?
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Sep
19
answered Can a serious gaming app have a drama?
Sep
18
answered So how big is the mouse pointer?
Sep
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accepted Traffic lights: “yellow” is progress, not state
Sep
16
comment Traffic lights: “yellow” is progress, not state
Btw, passing on yellow is legally ok in Germany, but not in France. This and all the other country inconsistencies mentioned in the comments make me doubt that something a "simple, everybody in the whole world can understand"-traffic light is a myth.
Sep
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comment Traffic lights: “yellow” is progress, not state
@Alain - wow, and I thought traffic lights were almost intuitive ... which country are you in?
Sep
15
comment Traffic lights: “yellow” is progress, not state
@jk: Like this: yankodesign.com/2009/11/30/a-better-understanding-of-stoplights ?
Sep
15
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
15
comment Traffic lights: “yellow” is progress, not state
This concept is interesting as well: yankodesign.com/2010/09/22/traffic-lights-gets-smarter
Sep
15
comment Traffic lights: “yellow” is progress, not state
Wow, I agree, great concept! But I don't see why dynamic implentation should be easier with this: the "sand" would need to flow faster as well, right?
Sep
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Sep
15
comment Traffic lights: “yellow” is progress, not state
@Jon W: I tried to "invent" a new type of it (see below: ux.stackexchange.com/questions/11309/…)
Sep
15
comment Traffic lights: “yellow” is progress, not state
@BaGi: I agree, fixed signalling would be an implied assumption for this type of signal. (The dissemanation of adaptive signalling varies, again, per country. Would like to see statistics about this, because I suspect - as it is more complex and such, more expensive to implement - that it only exists in big cities.)
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answered Traffic lights: “yellow” is progress, not state
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comment Traffic lights: “yellow” is progress, not state
I was talking about the real traffic lights - will make this more clear in the question.