Questions tagged [experience]

The process or fact of personally observing, encountering, or undergoing something

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Why most of the steering wheels in cars is placed in the left side? [closed]

I know some countries such as UK has the steering wheels of their cars on the right side. But as we can see, most of the Europian countries uses it at the opposite side. Since I used to drive a car ...
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Why is sound sparingly used on websites?

In an application like Skype for example, there is a thoughtful sound design that complements the user experience - for example, when an user logs in/out. There are multiple examples of such ...
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Should I capture exceptions and present a nice error page to hackers? [closed]

If a hacker is trying to hack, should I present a pretty error page or redirect somewhere instead of a generic/cryptic error? I feel that the hacker knows what they are doing, I know what they are ...
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what exactly do UX Designer mean in the web design field?

What I mean by this question is how can a person be an UX designer just by making a STATIC high fidelity mockup on a piece of software like "Photoshop" or "Sketch" or whatever. Does not the words "...
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How to improve user experience in mobile/responsive screen when we deal with complex table structure?

How to design complex table structure in responsive screen (mobile)? download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups Above is the table structure. Each cell in the table can 'n'...
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The right to remove an account, or change the username [duplicate]

The way web services handle account information, and allow (or disallow) account deletion, and respect their user's privacy is certainly a big part of the User Experience. As an experiment, I'm ...
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Alternative questions to the Net Promoter Score

There are some very detailed discussions about the validity of the NPS. But the take home message is that you can't really improve what you can't measure effectively, so it is still important to come ...