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The extent to which a product can be used by specified users to achieve specified goals with effectiveness, efficiency, and satisfaction in a specified context of use.

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There is a very simple solution to this problem, and that is making a simple welcome popup. On first view, the site will darken most of the ui, and display a small subtle popup box, which will cease t …
answered Dec 10 '14 by DripDrop
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Start off with a calender, and keep it clean, using very minimal colors (white reccomended), and when the user wants to set availability, just let them click on the date, and bring up a split menu, wi …
answered Dec 5 '14 by DripDrop
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Good Question. Personally, as a big fan of UI design, I would say it is in fact better to use a good UI, using 'fixes'. I say this because old user interfaces like early windows versions (Win3.1, Win9 …
answered Jan 7 '15 by DripDrop
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I highly recommend Design B, as it is the most logical and shows the user it's options in greater detail. I think that saving the user an extra click is far less important than having them explore mo …
answered Jan 7 '15 by DripDrop
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1. First of all, gamification is a great way of engaging users and making them WANT to contribute to whatever it is they are using. It is obvious that people like games, so adding game-like features …
answered Jan 2 '15 by DripDrop