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Degree: Master of computer science

Professional: Was software engineer for 10 years, developing desktop applications in graphics industry. Then product manager & scrum product owner. Now Director Software Engineering, leading a team of about 50.

Home project: developing and maintaining a mobile app, first released for iOS in 2008. Now available on iOS and Android.

I like nice user interfaces. Things that work. C++. Scrum.

I don't like : Discussions that don't make a difference for the end-user


Apr
1
comment iOS Global Tab Bar Navigation - Reset navigation “stack” when switching between tabs?
It will depend on how alike your views are. I have an app that does this. Instead of a right chevron eg. "More >" I used a left one: "< See Player Details"
Mar
17
comment What's a valid reason for the iOS home button going back to the last app from the task switcher?
The app switcher needs a cancel. If it would center on the current app by default, then there was an easy and obvious cancel. However it doesn't, and that is the really interesting UX question to me.
Feb
3
comment What are the type of settings you would expect to see in a taxi-sharing application?
This is not a UX question. You are using this forum as your market/requirements research. You better go out and ask that to your target audience.
Sep
8
awarded  Yearling
Aug
14
comment What is the way to manipulate orientation 3d object by 2d object
You should. For a much better user experience.
Aug
13
comment What is the way to manipulate orientation 3d object by 2d object
If you use the devices' accelerometer to determine the camera orientation, then there is only one rotation degree left.
Aug
12
comment What is the way to manipulate orientation 3d object by 2d object
What type of objects? Mobile or desktop?
Aug
11
comment Do the Apple Human Interface guidelines allow to use bevel buttons like this?
Separate, not seperate. Use title-style capitalization on your window title and headers. Give your 3 columns a proper header (eg. "Unformatted Text", "Options", "Result"). Show the hints "Paste a list here" and "Formatted list will appear here" inside the edit fields (cfr. as edit field hints).
Aug
11
comment Do the Apple Human Interface guidelines allow to use bevel buttons like this?
Have you considered automatically updating the right column?
Aug
11
comment Do the Apple Human Interface guidelines allow to use bevel buttons like this?
Why add buttons for copy and paste? Users that don't know how copy&paste work, will not be able to use your app anyway.
Aug
11
comment Do the Apple Human Interface guidelines allow to use bevel buttons like this?
I doubt that the icons will improve the UX. It feels like there is more potential for improvement in the wording.
Aug
8
answered How can I demonstrate the value of good usability and better user experience in corporate enterprise environment?
Aug
8
comment iOS Global Tab Bar Navigation - Reset navigation “stack” when switching between tabs?
An iOS app is not a website. A browser doesn't have (that kind of) tab buttons. A browser doesn't have a back button (in the sense of an iOS navigation back button). So dismissing the confused users as outliers is a bit easy.
Aug
8
answered iOS Global Tab Bar Navigation - Reset navigation “stack” when switching between tabs?
Apr
11
answered Using scrolling up from pageload to reveal additional content
Mar
21
comment How to make a progress-speed bar more understandable?
Are you sure the speed of the animation is variable? I doubt it.
Mar
21
comment What is the best practice for multiple button placement and emphasis?
What exactly is the form for?
Oct
25
awarded  Commentator
Oct
25
comment Do users use Home or Back button to minimize their Android app?
A back button to trace back a history of selected tab buttons, that sounds very confusing. Tabbed views are all on the same level.
Oct
25
comment Combining Settings and About screens in a mobile web app
In this modern world the OS takes care of checking for updates. So there's really no use cases left for displaying such info within the app. If you insist, then the Settings is probably a good place to park them.