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Jul
24
comment The coding monkey dilemma
+1 @Izhaki Even me are interested in some readings about H-C TTD. Couldnt find something in the web
Jul
22
comment Are there 'UX Stories' in Agile?
Scenario is another name for it. But in Agile it is called Epic.
Jul
19
revised Looking for established survey question to rate search function
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Jul
17
comment Looking for established survey question to rate search function
Thanks JeromeR but I am looking for a question to ask about it not resources. I want to ask my users how they percieve the search functionality. I made my question more clear.
Jul
17
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Jul
17
comment Looking for established survey question to rate search function
No, I am looking for a question about search functionality for my survey
Jul
17
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Jul
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Jul
15
answered Is UX yet another 'cross-cutting concern' or software quality?
Jul
8
answered Measuring UX of big enterpise application
Jul
8
answered Redirect user to different pages, or Bring all together in 1 page?
Jun
22
revised How to make connected lists on a website comprehensible for non experienced users
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Jun
16
answered How to make connected lists on a website comprehensible for non experienced users
May
27
comment What makes a user want to engage heavily into the application?
+1 for Dieter Rams principles
May
26
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May
26
comment What makes a user want to engage heavily into the application?
"when there are multiple competitors on the market with the same function(s)" Nowadays, there are always others in the market with same functions. Or after two months they have same functions. Form aka usability is a must-have as well as functionality.
May
26
comment Is UX design with the intent to change user behaviour without their permission ethical?
@MichaelLai Reading this experiment result in Wiki "Ordinary people, simply doing their jobs, and without any particular hostility on their part, can become agents in a terrible destructive process. Moreover, even when the destructive effects of their work become patently clear, and they are asked to carry out actions incompatible with fundamental standards of morality, relatively few people have the resources needed to resist authority" And change "authority" to "system" shows the ethical dilemma of UX.
May
26
comment Is UX design with the intent to change user behaviour without their permission ethical?
@MichaelLai "For example, you might want to put things in their wishlist if they have been looking at it for a while or multiple times". May be you compare it to physical situations, it often makes it easier to understand. You are shopping in a store. Do you want someone to stealthy add an item onto your wishlist because you looking at it for a while? No! But you would be happy if, the cashier would give you a 3day-voucher for this item. So you can decide for yourselfif you want it or not.
May
26
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May
26
comment Is UX design with the intent to change user behaviour without their permission ethical?
@MichaelLai Actually Im happy to work in logistics and not to ask myself this hard questions everyday....