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answered UX team of 10, looking for functional and effective ways to collaborate?
Feb
4
comment Best way to use/tweak SUS for Enterprise Applications?
If the product is the said website, than it might work. If the website is a vale-added-service or just a shop for getting the product it wont work. I had one questionnaire with a good rated NPS and a horrible usability rating. One just uses the website for purchasing it. But the product is quite good.
Feb
4
comment Best way to use/tweak SUS for Enterprise Applications?
I dont think so! NPS is measuring the likelyhood of recommending a company or product, not the usability of a website. A company may be very recommendable or the product is really good, but the website is a nightmare. You cant compare apples and oranges.
Jan
31
revised Why is the visual behavior for a WPF checkbox reversed when checking/unchecking?
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Jan
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revised Why is the visual behavior for a WPF checkbox reversed when checking/unchecking?
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Jan
31
answered Why is the visual behavior for a WPF checkbox reversed when checking/unchecking?
Jan
7
comment What other UX processes exist other than user centered design?
There isnt a Steve Jobs approach. They do user testing, they do ideation phases and they do design/ decide the composition. I guess it is a Design Thinking style, because Apple is known to have many Product Designers in house and is design driven. And Designers do Design Thinking by nature as the method-name shows. (Design Thinking isnt about asking people, it is about understanding people). Just do it .... and crash your company?
Jan
7
comment What other UX processes exist other than user centered design?
I browsed your links and first is guarded and second outdated. Anyway, some Google research showed me no clear method of GDD. Old descriptions sound like UCD, newer more like a mixture of UXstrategy and UCD (business and user objectives) and others like Value Proposition Design. Do you have a link which shows the evolving direction clearly?
Jan
7
revised How does the Tech inspired Design Process looks like?
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Jan
7
answered How does the Tech inspired Design Process looks like?
Dec
20
comment For a MVP - How relevant is focus on UX and good design overall?
@ZoeKulsariyeva Now, it makes sense for me. Because the typo ;)
Dec
20
comment What are the barriers to developing a UX culture?
@JeromeR If you insist on the rule - back up with references - thats fair enough. But Im not going to look for some quotes in some books, just to underpin the bulletpoints. It doesnt make sense for me and it is too much work. Best we delete the whole topic, because of the rules!
Dec
20
comment What are the barriers to developing a UX culture?
@JeromeR Sorry, no. That would be the former mentioned book, one can write about barriers. All points did I experience last two years.
Dec
20
comment What are the barriers to developing a UX culture?
@JeromeR Thanks I will take a look at it.
Dec
20
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Dec
20
comment What are the barriers to developing a UX culture?
Looks good now. I added ROI of Usability and put the roadmap issue back
Dec
20
comment What are the barriers to developing a UX culture?
I think, in B2C the pressure has increased because of the cloud, lower costs and different buyer structures. Small workers can now purchase a license per year under i.e. 20euros. So, no central IT-buyer is involved. A worker and user will prefer an easy to use software....What do ypu think, is this right? Or any other factors involved?
Dec
20
comment What are the barriers to developing a UX culture?
Sure, I also see the need. But how to convince the top board? Actually there isnt any literature or documentation about the ROI. There are only Case Studies, in the same industry if you are lucky, but usually not. Otherwise your arguments are vapid.
Dec
20
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Dec
20
comment What are the barriers to developing a UX culture?
If you say Ignorance is the problem, I would say this is bigheaded. UX isnt the only "important" field, that wants a seat at the top table. Data-security, business technology, data mining, DevOps etc are important for success as well. Actually we are in a competition for awareness. For us it is cristal clear to have a stake in product development, but others need to be convinced