Kimberley Dietemann
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Oct
22
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Oct
5
comment Example SUS scores / proof of outcome?
What are the team's concerns around using SUS? Are they already conducting quantifiable user research? The difficulty compiling a list of organizational names may be that different researchers use different methods... methodology isn't always standardized across a company or even a team since the best methodology can vary based on the data of interest.
Oct
5
answered Why not sign up new users when an unknown email is entered into “forgot password”?
Sep
13
answered How do you create real data backed personas for a simple marketing / lead generation website?
Sep
12
comment Add Tipping for an online restaurant ordering system
Is your goal to encourage tips or just to provide a feature for those who might wish to use it?
Sep
4
answered Dealing with hundreds of checkboxes for user selection
Sep
4
answered What color smartphone provides the best viewing experience?
Sep
4
answered Baffled on best method for dropdown list with LONG options
Sep
4
comment What is the proper way to inform users that their device can't be supported for a weird reason?
I'm confused... when did this happen? The dev guide still shows HTML5 support. Or are you talking about how Safari on iOS is designed so that every full screen video can only have the same video controls Apple designed for pause/play/etc.? developer.apple.com/library/safari/documentation/AudioVideo/…
Sep
2
answered What difference does a positive / negative (do this, don't do this) slogan perspective make on the user's impression?
Sep
2
comment What is it about Instagram's layout that makes it so popular?
Are they primarily browsing/sharing photos on a phone/tablet?
Sep
2
answered What is best practice for a forgotten login email address?
Sep
2
awarded  Commentator
Sep
2
comment Is pre-loading images a good idea in my case?
Who are your target users? (ie, are they based in a country that typically has more affordable data? might they be in countries with astronomical data charges?) How often will they be swiping pictures? Also, is it possible to code different behaviors based on whether the app is connected to wifi or only connected to cellular data?
Sep
2
comment Best way to ask the user how much something cost, approximately?
Also, some visitors may not feel comfortable sharing how much money they spent, regardless of how well you design the process. Different cultures have different attitudes about the privacy of their spending habits (or lack thereof)...
Sep
2
comment Best way to ask the user how much something cost, approximately?
You could pick a handful of activities and research how much they cost in various countries. For example, I doubt most of your visitors will be interested in visiting a Mcdonald's... but a Mcdonald's hamburger could be useful as a comparative price point. You could also create formulas to calculate the average disposable income in various cities, etc. based on public information about their economies.
Sep
2
comment Speed of Users Understanding Symbols / Icons
Also, providing a label helps accessibility for people with vision issues. joedolson.com/2014/06/visual-icon-problem
Sep
2
comment I'm seeing a new instant email-validation tool on registration forms — is it new? And what is it?
Could you give an example of a site using that validation? Also, if you aren't already familiar with bugmenot.com, you may find it helpful.
Dec
17
comment What to do when (phone) storage is full?
How critical is logging to the main functionality of the app? Which mobile platform(s) will the app use? Is keeping all the old log files necessary to the functionality of the app? What level of technical knowledge / skill do you anticipate from an average random user? Why are you opting to keep local logs vs. a cloud backup?
Oct
25
answered Crash dialog - motivating user to explain what they were doing