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I'm an IxD by the University of Umeå Sweden. I love working with UI design and UX planning.

Now: User Experience Designer at inUse Experience

Former: Interaction designer at Sony Mobile.

Former: Lead interaction designer at Rebtel.

Former: Software developer/Interaction designer at Giesecke & Devrient.


Oct
15
awarded  gui-design
Oct
14
comment Choosing the right term: Professional vs Premium
You're welcome!
Oct
14
comment Is my back button OK where it is? Could it be in a better position?
@Elliot I suspected at first that this was an Android application, looking at the text input fields, but I thought the action bar looked like Metro, so it could just as well be for Windows mobile. That's why I said platform, since I don't know. If it's for Android then the Back action should be in the top left, up in the action bar. If it's for Windows mobile then I'm not sure, not familiar with their UI. This information can be found on their respective developer sites, here's Android, Windows you'll have to google.
Oct
14
answered Is my back button OK where it is? Could it be in a better position?
Oct
14
comment Choosing the right term: Professional vs Premium
And no, there's no established site for Marketing. Digital Marketing has 60+ votes on Area 51, but hasn't had its break so far.
Oct
14
comment Choosing the right term: Professional vs Premium
it's not interaction design and it's not information design. Something like "Should I arrange the table presenting the features of my app this way" would be a question regarding information design, and therefore a UX oriented. The choice between calling a commercial product "Premium" or "Professional" is not UX, it's conversion, but not UX. It's solely a marketing decision. Something a UX professional may come across, sure, do work with an e-commerce site and you will. But it's no more UX oriented then "how do I install Balsamiq Mockups on Linux", something a designer may also come across.
Oct
14
comment Choosing the right term: Professional vs Premium
"Trigger user's actions", rather the framing of a product leading to a purchase or not. This is not a question regarding UX, it's a question regarding marketing and market labeling.
Oct
14
comment Choosing the right term: Professional vs Premium
a better fit on English perhaps?
Oct
14
comment Indicating list item is pressed
Ohh, so you want input on a press state for the list items? If so I think the question could do with some editing since the answers you're received are for two different questions.
Oct
14
comment Indicating list item is pressed
What do you mean with "selected"? This looks like a navigation menu, ie. selecting something should present the user with the view for what she selected?
Oct
6
answered Why is mobile sticky navigation always on top of the browser?
Oct
3
comment How to show recommended fields in the form
@Davor But that's the point. A large majority (probably in the 90% area) will recognize and interpret an asterisk correctly, that is, as a mandatory field. A plus sign could be interpreted in a variety of ways, maybe even as a button for expanding more related input fields. I just don't think it's a good solution.
Oct
2
comment How to show recommended fields in the form
Users will run a great risk of missing that instruction of the designation symbols. For those a simple (+) will be confusing. Instead actually printing out Recommended will have a higher success rate.
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
24
comment Are ipads used horizontally or vertically?
As JonW suggests this will vary, a lot, between users and use cases. From my experience I've found that when it comes to tablets Landscape will usually triumph over Portrait if one has to choose. I've been involved in designing the telephony feature for the Sony tablets. Only one orientation was originally in scope due to time constraints, and landscape was therefore the selected one. I have not been presented with any figures to support the decision, it was simply handed down from product lead. They did however have intelligence to suggest that landscape was the dominant orientation.
Sep
24
comment Feedback required on Iconography with labels for Payment Method
Can you add a $ sign on the COD icon? Not being native English tongue I'm not sure how established the COD abbreviation is, but I would have hard to interpret the first approach, therefore leaning towards the second.
Sep
22
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
22
comment Does Google filter on auto suggestion to avoid causing offence?
@EricWilson come again?
Sep
22
accepted Does Google filter on auto suggestion to avoid causing offence?