New answers tagged

0

I am quite skeptical why you want to do qualitative and quantitative testings simultaneously on the same component. Based on your design objective, your goal should be to find out which of the options converts better (or any other goal you decide to track). In doing this, the quantitative feedback should just be enough to understand the WHAT. Only after ...


1

I recently looked for the same, and this is what I got: https://www.openideo.com/ & https://opensourcedesign.net/ Hope it helps!


2

I'd like to introduce you to the Indieweb. This is a community of people creating open source tools that enable people to maintain their own identity on the web without being dependend on social media. It's as simple as having a private website but without loosing the social aspect of the networks. It is build upon a lot of principles, the most important ...


0

Users can be different, ommiting roles in system, and focusing more on users in the context of segmenting: The basic element is to define statistical factors (number of visits(1), number of users (accounts(1), who bought something(2). When will the groups be differentiated (sorted by engage level): (3) (2) (1) Then you can get to know them qualitatively ...


1

To answer your questions quickly, I'm gonna pull up screenshots from a project I worked on where I had to design similar components. I hope they are of help to you. 1 - Best way to be able to display progress and inform the user about the upload situation in a single upload. [ Additionally, you could show the percentage of file uploaded (this depends on ...


0

One may add as many as content or features to site, but what matters is that the content or features you provided are really needed in the first place or not. So we can try to reduce that content and then segregation of that content so we can assign a tab to each part. we can try to reduce scroll as the content we are going to have can be read in a non-...


Top 50 recent answers are included