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UX in an iterative software development life cycle process?

At my last job we used Jira to keep track of our projects. Each of the phases you described above can be implemented in this tool and it's very usable, efficient and effective. Project managers and ...
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A/B Testing: Is this how you calculate participants average number of "Clicks to content."

Assuming that the data that you are collecting for the number of clicks is meaningful and directly related to a small change you are measuring (which is probably what you should be using the A/B test ...
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Under what circumstances would you NOT want a clean and minimalist website design?

Under what circumstances would you NOT want a clean, sleek and minimalist website design? Both questions have one target at the end and that is the Users. It highly depends on they type of users of ...
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Do users of Braille displays get sore fingers?

I am totally blind. I can read with a braille display for 8_12 or more hours at a time even more. I learned braille when I was 3 years old. Braille to me, is like reading and writing print or cursive, ...
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Do users of Braille displays get sore fingers?

I can't speak directly to the braille issue, but let me take a shot at an analogy, from the perspective of a musician. When people begin playing guitar, not only can't they properly "sense" what they ...
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User experience and Agile Modeling

What is being referred to here is perhaps a role called System Designer. Systems design is the process of defining the architecture, modules, interfaces, and data for a system to satisfy specified ...
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Aesthetic appeal of the software

Aesthetic appeal is highly subjective yet we can say that most of people perceive simple looking products to be more aesthetically pleasing. Almost everyone has a different definition of aesthetic ...
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What are some examples of UX engineering heuristics?

The heuristics for UX engineering (UXE) are the same as for UX design (UXD). Both disciplines seek to create a UI with good UX and heuristics tend be rather general. Thus, the same heuristics apply ...
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What are some examples of UX engineering heuristics?

All the UX design heuristics apply also in Engineering, of course, and are based on the technical requirements of WCAG, but World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) published a document that focuses more on ...
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What are some examples of UX engineering heuristics?

Within the context that you are referring to when it comes to UX engineering, there are some interesting points to raise when it comes to component prototyping and development, UI architecture, and ...
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Best practice for meaning of "return" in UI flow

Rather than make the user try and decode the button's meaning based on the one word, perhaps you could use the standard X button, for the very reasons outlined in my answer to the question Why is a ...
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Any link to some usability study on dashboard menu?

It sounds like you have a distinct user group that you'd be working with. At least assuming your site would primarily be for the tiny house enthusiasts themselves and other would be your secondary ...
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When should the usability of a software be taken into consideration?

TLDR; Usability should be taken into consideration from the very beginning of software development. The tools to use during the process can vary for every company, team and/or person. It depends on ...
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Aesthetic appeal of the software

Aesthetics (from Old Greek αἴσθησις aísthēsis = perception) refers to how something is perceived or experienced by the human senses. The term in the strictest sense encompasses the whole spectrum ...
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Do you always design with keyboard accessibility in mind?

Design no, implementation yes. Well structured HTML laid out in a logical fashion should cover a lot of the basics with regards to keyboard navigation. It maybe necessary to add a few tabIndex to ...
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Next-Article Indicator for Infinite Scroll Setup (Mobile Web)

Following Jakob Nielsen’s advice to always maintain visibility of system status, I do think it is important that the user is aware of what is going on. So if you do implement infinite scrolling, it is ...
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Pop-ups vs Modal windows

A modal tends to be a specific term. It refers to a 'box' that has to be interacted with before you can interact with the rest of the application. On a web page, it's usually an in-page dialog. In a ...
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Action buttons in data tables

In think the first option of the two is the best. The pencil is a logical symbol for editing. And it would only be a waste of space if you would put the cross for deleting there, if it is not used ...
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Action buttons in data tables

I think you could solve the problem by not displaying any of those buttons, but instead: Facilitating the editing of an item by clicking on the relevant row, and Hiding the lesser-used action of ...
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"I agree" check box or buttons

I'd go with the ticked checkbox, just because ticking a box agreeing that you've read all the legal stuff, is the more common pattern users will see. A button labelled 'I do not agree' actually ...
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"I agree" check box or buttons

Am I not understanding English or is everyone else just assuming this is a legal form? That's not the issue @PS86 was trying to fix, the main problem is the actual behaviour of the page. What he is ...
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Why is embedded help not popular?

Embedded help is only not popular when it gets in the way of the user trying to do their work. No one is going to complain about embedded help on their page when it's actually truly helpful to them ...
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