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bio website lightinsphere.de
location Cologne, Germany
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I'm living and working as Product Developer Innovations near Cologne/Germany.

My job is to invent new business models and software products for a big company. I have a background as Media Designer and Usability Engineer, so I wear UX-glasses launching new products.


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comment Top-down hamburger menu / is it a cool experience regarding my application?
"There's no definite right or wrong in most of UX...it's all about how your audience understands your interfaced / interaction" I don't agree. It' s just fast moving and very complex. But there is a right and wrong! Like conventions, patterns, styleguides, mental modells, design principles, ... "It depends" is lame and not helpful ;)
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comment Is it better to use a warning icon, error icon, or no icon at all for login problems in a mobile app?
Welcome to SE :) Your answer is very vage and can't give any worth to the asker. "It depends" is a kind of blah. What is your message and recommendation for the asker? What is your call to action? Which of the three icons should be used in which of the three error states? And why is this your recommendation? Why not answering the concrete problem for the stated use case (login)?
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comment Which part(s) of the overall user experience is best represented by the NPS?
+1 As stated NPS is a marketing driven metric. It just says how likely to recommend, but not why! UX metrics are the why. Take Facebook for instance: Utility close to zero, Usability is a nightmare, but engagement is very high. And people are very likely to recommend it. Business software is completely different. Here utility has the biggest impact of overall impression. NPS alone can't explain it, but taking UX metrics as helpers give you the needed insights. NPS is a deduction of combined UX metrics.
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revised How do you handle a conflict between user goals and business goals when designing enterprise software?
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revised When registration fails due to server problems, how to preserve entered data?
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comment How to best ask for computer experience in a survey?
@Emmet May be. If they have been working in our company two years ago. ;) It wasn't meant to be universal, but specific to my company and employees.
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comment Key dimensions to efficiently describe a user interface
+1 It is good..
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answered Mobile Site Usability
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revised Is UX Copyrightable?
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comment Is UX Copyrightable?
@Izhaki Please, you may have noticed my note "not UK"? CDPA is UK law, not mainland Europe. And even "intellectual property" like software or websites must have kind of higher art in it to be considered protectable. A javascript snippet isn't higher art nor a basic, plain html-code. You are not protected, because you write anything. You are protected, because you write something very fine and intelligent.
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comment Sign up: Double opt-in still best practice? What about mobile?
Very good approach! For fast emailing and the spam folder thing you need a good and white-listed ESP. Good ones allow to send SMS as well. Like ours Optivo.de
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