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Apr
12
answered In-store product scanning with a mobile app
Apr
12
answered Display time interval field
Mar
25
comment Adapting Outlook-style master-detail to a non-full-screen view
@mikryz My solution to this (when it is unavoidable) is to make sure that the height of the scrollable box cuts a menu item in half, clearly showing that there is more to see "below the fold".
Mar
25
comment Decision tree / flow diagram for mobile email / password confirmation
A quick search confirmed for me that there isn't a good, free diagram of this workflow available online anywhere! Maybe you're the one to make it?
Mar
25
comment What is the impediment to a data-driven design process?
Great interview/write-up on this subject: blog.intercom.io/podcast-riley-newman-on-data-science
Mar
24
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Mar
24
comment What is the impediment to a data-driven design process?
Another approach is to use outside case studies to prove the worth of this type of data, but I find that unless the data in question is "real" and immediately relevant to the stakeholders, it will just go in one ear and out the other.
Mar
24
comment What is the impediment to a data-driven design process?
If the project is one I am going to be involved with over several iterations, the case is fairly easy to make: I can't do my best work without good data! However, if I am only there for the setup or initial design, I will often install something boilerplate like Google Analytics, and then give some examples of how that data can be used in the future.
Mar
24
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Mar
23
answered What is the impediment to a data-driven design process?
Feb
6
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Jun
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Jun
11
asked How to best communicate freshness of data in a report?
Jun
5
comment What's the difference between what's best for the user and that what the user is used to?
The Henry Ford quote/case brings up a complete other dimension in addition to what the user wants and what they're used to: How will a given solution affect the community more broadly. While cheap gas and a car might benefit individuals tremendously, the effect on society has been, at best, mixed.
May
4
comment Dealing with Connected Social Accounts and Potential Orphans
I don't think it's always safe to assume they are the same person. User A and User B could jointly run the Twitter account, for instance.
May
4
answered What's the actual likeability of “voice control”?
May
1
comment What URL's characteristics have a real impact on the UX?
The very last paragraph in your last link seems important: "We found that searchers are particularly interested in the URL when they are assessing the credibility of a destination. If the URL looks like garbage, people are less likely to click on that search hit. On the other hand, if the URL looks like the page will address the user's question, they are more likely to click."
Apr
1
comment Faceted search: Show more/show less filters vs Summary + Edit
Can you give us more context regarding the entire page layout? It's hard for me to picture from your description whether all of your filters are ABOVE your results, to the left of them, etc... I feel like it makes quite a difference in considering your options.
Feb
19
comment What is your UX strategy when your users want opposite things?
Thanks for that HEART framework link! Super useful.
Jan
24
comment Which UI/UX sketching software is recommended?
+1 for choosing a tool based on the context, first and foremost.