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Usability consultant in Norway.

My main focus is usability engineering and usability testing. I have my own usability lab with eye-tracking features.


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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Which way do arrows point on a tabbed web page?
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answered Email: to confirm or not to confirm…that is the question.
Sep
15
revised Vertical side menu for only two buttons?
Images
Sep
8
comment Navigation on mobile site - menu or back button?
Related: Should we provide “back” button for mobile website?
Aug
22
comment Does the Oxford Comma increase readability?
youtu.be/8Gv0H-vPoDc?t=1m45s :-)
Aug
11
comment Fibonacci pagination
My brain hurts! 90 is not part of the Fibonacci Sequence...
Aug
10
awarded  Yearling
Jul
31
comment Ragged edges vs. alignment
@Vitaly: OK. Thanks for the explanation.
Jul
31
comment Ragged edges vs. alignment
I would say that you could use the same guidelines as for form fields. Eg: ux.stackexchange.com/questions/8480/….
Jul
28
comment Sliders and undoing?
Yes. I was thinking of the numbers to the left of the sliders. I thought that you could enter these and type directly. If these are mere labels - no worries ;-)
Jul
28
comment Sliders and undoing?
Ah. I thought you could alter the values directly in the edit fields.
Jul
28
answered Sliders and undoing?
Jul
28
answered Standard representation of states for objects in software application
Jul
27
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
23
comment Messages such as “Operation Successfully Completed”: Is word “successfully” really necessary?
Hehe. But it is a good question. And all the no's do have a point. If I had to choose between "KISS" and "Emotional design", the answer would be "Keep it simple".
Jul
23
comment Messages such as “Operation Successfully Completed”: Is word “successfully” really necessary?
Oh yes. I totally agree! It's hard to get it right, and wrong implementation will backfire on you. However, the UX-world has moved forward over the last 10-20 years. While we previously focused on the basics of "UI", we have recently put more focus on the X in UX as well. Designing a good experience is difficult, but it is part of the job. Sometimes critical, sometimes nearly irrelevant. Don't take this answer as an advocate of "emotional design". The point was to balance all the NO's by pointing out that the language you choose will affect how the user feels about your software.
Jul
23
comment Messages such as “Operation Successfully Completed”: Is word “successfully” really necessary?
Fair enough, but the words you choose in your UI will affect how the user feels about your software... Even if subconsciously. (I've elaborated in an answer: ux.stackexchange.com/a/61756/95)
Jul
23
answered Messages such as “Operation Successfully Completed”: Is word “successfully” really necessary?
Jul
18
comment How to make HTML5 number input field more user friendly?
OK. You could also consider "Select". While this would normally give you a drop-down list, some mobile devices (at least iOS and Android iirc) will give you a spinner at the bottom of the screen.
Jul
18
comment How to make HTML5 number input field more user friendly?
Take a look at "Range". That will give you a slider (if precision is not important). Eg. "Rate this from 1-100"