JonW

England, United Kingdom

jon-walmsley.com

Working in UX / Information Architect role in Hampshire, UK.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/UXJon

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comment recommended WIN prototype software
Sorry, but I'm afraid that product recommendations are off topic for this site. As a Q&A site we are here to solve specific UX problems and there is no correct solution to a question such as this, only opinions of products that will be outdated by something else, making the answers no longer of use to future visitors. Try the [chat] site though to see us anyone in there can give suggestions. Or somewhere like Quora who are less strict about posting rules.
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reviewed Close How to layout resources page with mixed content and multiple options for 1 resource?
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reviewed Close How to nicely present items on my ASP .NET webpage when the number and width of elements can change?
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comment Use of TWO hamburger menus in mobile app
If you have more links then you can paste them as plain text and we can amend them to links for you. More research evidence is always going to be useful! Can you also cite the relevant summaries of those links? If the links go down (which happens annoyingly often on the web) then this answer isn't really going to help anyone anymore (we really need answers self-contained with links as the citations rather than just links).
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awarded Nice Answer
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comment Camera Options for UX interviews
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is a request for camera reviews, it is not a UX question needing a solution. Just because you're going to use this camera for UX work that doesn't mean the question is a UX one.
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comment What are the best forums / newsletters for User Experience discussions?
This isn't a suitable question for a Q&A site. We can't solve your problem here, we can only list examples or links. Q&A sites are for solving problems not discussing topics, so the [chat] site is probably your best bet for such a query.
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comment Is it a good idea to require users give an email address to see our prices?
So you mean that even though the Small and Medium prices are fixed and the same for all users, with only the Enterprise prices being variable, you're considering hiding all prices? Why not show "Small:$X - "Medium:$XX, Enterprise $Please-call us" or something like that?
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comment Is Google working on Gmail Browser application?
This isn't a UX question. You want to know when a company are going to update their website(s) so you'll need to contact them, not us. (And incidentally - look up Google 'Inbox' project.)
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comment How to convey: "don't move until the task is done!"
I note that this question, and your answer refers to accessibility benefits but you have included images with text in them and not provided the actual text outside of the image files. Therefore people reading this answer without images won't really be able to understand what you're suggesting. Really, you should show the images and provide the textual descriptions as text in the answer itself. Not just for accessibility but for searchability too.
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comment Modern example of picklist?
What is wrong with this version? Why do you want a 'modern' one? Just do this but with Material Design style and bingo - modern version.
Apr
15
reviewed Close Best approach between combined selection of payment methods or stepped selection and validation? A or B Survey!
Apr
15
reviewed Close typography on Chrome + Firefox + Safari font rendering experiences
Apr
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Why is it important to focus on user needs as opposed to requests?
Apr
15
comment How to upload diagrams on iPhone 4s
Android has the imgur app itself which allows uploading of images. Then it's a case of copy-pasting the URL into the post. Which is actually probably more long-winded that this iOS version, now that I think about it.
Apr
15
comment How to upload diagrams on iPhone 4s
Is that possible via iOS though?
Apr
15
comment Should I make an effort to prevent trivia questions from being repeated too quickly?
If it's truly random then the possibility exists that the same question can be shown to the user 3 times in a row. So the 'too quickly' question can be reworded as 'is it OK to show the same question multiple times in a row'. And in that case I'd say no, that's not really ideal. It makes your app look like it only has a few questions, even if it has thousands.
Apr
15
comment Should I make an effort to prevent trivia questions from being repeated too quickly?
Why do they have to be repeated at all? As soon as you see a question a second time then it's no longer a 'trivia' question it's a memory one.
Apr
15
comment Abstract Data Type in Application
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is about the data architecture of an external website, it is not a User Experience issue needing solving.
Apr
15
comment Could we see maximum of reputations of upvoters?
@ShadowWizard Yes, I like the coffee idea. If I see that someone drinks coffee instead of tea then I don't want to hear what they have to say about anything.
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