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comment Does Feng Shui have an impact on User Experience?
arngren.net :-)
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comment Is the 'magnifying glass search icon' right-handed because most people are right-handed?
Yea. I didn't try to convince OP anything regarding the distribution. I just wanted to point out that there are lots of varieties in the visual appearance of such icons. Also when it comes to the direction of the handle.
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answered Is the 'magnifying glass search icon' right-handed because most people are right-handed?
Dec
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comment A terminology question: differentiating between 'Detailed UX issues' and 'Structural UX issues'?
Interesting. In which context? (Reports, team communication, guidelines?)
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answered A/B testing for 3 versions
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comment UML symbol for request with multiple responses
Nice resource! +1
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answered UML symbol for request with multiple responses
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comment UML symbol for request with multiple responses
OK. FWIW: there's nothing called "Flowchart" in the UML universe. They have various "Behavior diagrams", and both "sequence diagrams" and "activity diagrams" might be what you're looking for... Is the "UML"-part of your question less important? Are you just working with a generic flow chart?
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comment UML symbol for request with multiple responses
Are you looking for a sequence diagram? (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sequence_diagram, ibm.com/developerworks/rational/library/3101.html)
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revised Link between UX/HCI/Graphics?
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comment Link between UX/HCI/Graphics?
In short (and simplified): Graphics is about the visuals on the screen, no user involved. HCI is about the interaction between human and computer. Also referred to as CHI (computer-human interaction) and MMI (man-machine interaction). UX is (in my view) a more modern term than HCI, but basically the same. Some might say that UX involves more "overall experience" than HCI, such as gamification, long term use, cross device, help&support, etc. And that HCI-people would have a more scientific/research-ish approach to the H&C interaction. I'm not sure I agree on that, though.
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revised Alternative reward levels to “Gold, Silver, Bronze”?
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answered Alternative reward levels to “Gold, Silver, Bronze”?
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answered Alternative reward levels to “Gold, Silver, Bronze”?
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answered Including interaction on a graph