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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.


Nov
25
comment detect when 3 boolean variables are true at the same time?
I'm afraid I don't understand your question. Three booleans values "at once" can simply be represented by one boolean value? If alt three criteria are true, then the single "all true" value is "true"...? If you want to visualize this, then a grid similar to your mockup is great. Just highlight the rows/cols that meets the criteria you're looking for. Just like Bingo: yorehab.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/slingo6.png
Nov
24
revised How to measure Success rate?
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Nov
24
answered How to measure Success rate?
Nov
24
comment How to measure Success rate?
That's a great book :-)
Nov
18
comment Notify in-app or device-level in an enterprise mobile app
Regarding intuitiveness: This is a "controlled user group". I.e., they will probably get some basic training before they start to use the app. Clarifying the upload/synch-regime is pretty essential during such training. Thus, the users will learn this very easy.
Nov
18
comment Notify in-app or device-level in an enterprise mobile app
This is what Dropbox does with "Automatic Image Upload". Works like a charm... Icon badge with remaining images, and an in-app progress page.
Nov
1
comment difference between liking and following something
Take a look at this question: ux.stackexchange.com/q/16810/95
Nov
1
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Correct wording in UI
Oct
10
comment Should large (wide) numbers be truncated differently than text?
I saw a blog title once: "It's thanksgiving and time for anal...". Where the actual tittle was "It's thanksgiving and time for analysis" :-P
Oct
10
comment Should large (wide) numbers be truncated differently than text?
I think your suggestion about scaling (rounding) would be more mathematically correct. And more comparable. Once you have some numbers that doesn't fit, you switch to N,NN * 10^e. If the users are not used to the 10^e system, one could use a more readable format: N,NN + the comment "all numbers are in hundreds" (or thousands/millions etc). You will often see "All numbers are in thousands" on public finance reports.
Oct
10
comment Should large (wide) numbers be truncated differently than text?
...where it's briefly described that one can use a unit system to shorten long numbers. Eg. 1M instead of 1000000. But this depends on the context.
Oct
10
comment Should large (wide) numbers be truncated differently than text?
See also: ux.stackexchange.com/q/43558/95
Oct
9
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
7
comment Integer input field: special case for unbounded / unlimited
@Tony: Definitely :-)
Oct
6
answered Integer input field: special case for unbounded / unlimited
Oct
1
comment If the 'delete' key deletes, what key inserts?
@Brian: Definitely. But if you browse a grid in CellSelect mode, then only the cell is selected - and you would like to delete the whole row. CTRL+Delete is a common short cut for this case.
Sep
28
comment If the 'delete' key deletes, what key inserts?
@Tenner: Sorry. I missed that you said "selected row", I was thinking "CellBrowsing" mode.
Sep
28
comment If the 'delete' key deletes, what key inserts?
@Michael: Definitely. This "answer" was actually intended as a shot comment, but kbd was not supported in the comments - thus it turned into an answer. What I had in mind was "CellSelection" mode. Not "FullRowSelect", nor "Edit".
Sep
27
answered If the 'delete' key deletes, what key inserts?
Sep
26
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