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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.


Dec
8
comment How to design an interface with flip and fold interactions using Material Design
they will exist however in a space with three dimensional properties (layers in an app UI) which allows for z-depth transition with materials withholding their two dimensional properties
Dec
8
comment How to design an interface with flip and fold interactions using Material Design
@Todd Hi Todd, nice observation, but you're missing one key factor. When a material rise, that is, appears to move towards the observer the material does (as you point out) change its perceived z-depth. However, the material itself is still confined within its two dimensional space, a two dimensional surface can rise in z-depth, still being two dimensional, a two dimensional space can not bend or fold thought WITHOUT it converting to a tree dimensional representation. So to clarify, it's the materials that can't have three dimensional properties,
Dec
2
comment Inline checkbox that excludes previoius possible input, how do I combine this elegantly?
Hey Roger, thanks for your input! I do like the idea with having a toggle on top. I will try and make out a proposal based on this. The name of the user is however already entered at the top of the form (something you couldn't know of course), so asking for it again doesn't seem very elegant.. I will however look further on the toggle control.
Dec
2
comment Inline checkbox that excludes previoius possible input, how do I combine this elegantly?
@gdaniel feature phones, with surf capability but with a highlight driven UI where the user navigates on a website using a cross pad and a highlight box is displayed on the item the user focuses on. This product will exist for a wide range of devices, especially in the western region of Asia.
Dec
1
comment Inline checkbox that excludes previoius possible input, how do I combine this elegantly?
@MattObee Quite simply because we haven't been able to persuade the client to use a checkbox as standard. They really want those actual signatures...
Dec
1
asked Inline checkbox that excludes previoius possible input, how do I combine this elegantly?
Dec
1
comment Information design on a non interactive display
thanks for the feedback Pascal!
Nov
30
awarded  Yearling
Nov
28
comment Is it manipulative to animate call-to-action buttons on a webpage to encourage a specific action?
disclaimer: I see now that you wrote that the animation would trigger every 3 minutes, which makes my previous comment a bit harsh (I apologize for that). Still, not sure it's a good idea. User's may think they're experiencing some malfunction with the site, seeing that it happens so "randomly" (which every 3 minutes could be perceived as). And more importantly, it may run the risk the taking the focus away from a possible product a user was considering.
Nov
28
comment Is it manipulative to animate call-to-action buttons on a webpage to encourage a specific action?
I don't see any "ethical" problems with it. It's a bad idea, which most definitely won't increase conversion, but it's not unethical.
Nov
21
awarded  Enlightened
Nov
21
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
18
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
17
comment Should a user be prevented from making an invalid selection or denied with an error message after the fact?
Hi Princess. This question is more within the realm of implementation rather than design. I would suggest that you post this to either StackOverflow or Webmasters.
Nov
17
revised Dealing with double navigation when coming from iOS apps
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Nov
17
comment Information design on a non interactive display
@StefanWasserbauer Thanks for the input. I'm with you on the point about automatic scrolling. I don't want any automatic update of the content just because of that reason.
Nov
17
comment Search results - bring data by custom query or all data ? (Performance issues)
Is your question whether or not the gain of providing search tools which results in search results that the user actually is looking for is worth the loss of live update of a search? If so I guess it depends on the situation and target group, but generally I'd say providing tools which gives the user what they're actually looking for is worth a lot.
Nov
17
asked Information design on a non interactive display
Nov
16
comment Is there any recommended control for triple options like YES / NO / NONE?
The association between a horizontal slider with political stance is absolute bonkers. Talk about making a hen out of a feather, or a hen out of air rather... And I'd also add that a slider is a bad control for this type of input. A slider should be used in a scale, providing an interface to input eg. from little to much in the same unit. The OP asks for a control which allows for input that differentiates and excludes the options, yours is combining them. It's a bad idea. A -1 from me.
Nov
14
comment Responsive Grid View with Hover layer
@HarshaMV I think it looks neat! It would be interesting to see what it would look like if the rating boxes didn't change color OR had maybe a border (around or at the bottom) with the "rating-degree-color". As it is now it gets quite saturated up in those boxes, since you're using a variety of colors, if you want to keep the full boxes I would suggest you bring down the saturation a notch of the box colors. Otherwise it looks clean and appealing!