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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revised Should a UX map be done per interview / persona or by collecting different interviews?
formatting.
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comment exploring international Ph.D students' awareness and needs in academic research writing
I'm not sure how this relates to User Experience. Please expand.
Feb
10
comment Thinking of adding request button on site for items not available? Good idea or Facebook like button will do?
Can you explain why you think 'Like' would be a good option here? Because it makes no sense to me. People press 'like' because they like something. I don't imagine they like an item being out of stock.
Feb
10
comment What do you think is the best option for Previous/Next icon buttons alongside product carousel in mobile?
That's not really what this site is about though. It's a Q&A site, not a forum, so we're here to give you 'The' answer that solves your problem. Not just give examples of something. However if you can explain your specific situation then we can probably tell you the most appropriate way to display it.
Feb
10
comment What do you think is the best option for Previous/Next icon buttons alongside product carousel in mobile?
It sounds like you're either asking us to design a system for you (which is not what we're here for) or you're asking us to link to lots of examples of this design pattern (which isn't what we're here for either). We can help you solve a specific problem, but we can't do all your work for you.
Feb
10
comment Thinking of adding request button on site for items not available? Good idea or Facebook like button will do?
I don't understand what you're asking. You have an eCommerce site; you want to know what to do if you don't have a product available - a) allow the user to press 'request', or b) allow the user to 'Like' you on Facebook? What has Liking you got to do with having products unavailable?
Feb
10
comment Is my gender selection sexist?
@Fizzix I don't think it's a case of choosing the right colour. Gender is an incredibly complex area that people are very passionate about. Reducing it to two images to choose from isn't really going to keep everyone happy, regardless of icon colour. There are many gender options as it is (over 70, as Yvonne points out) so maybe icons aren't suitable for such a wide range. You wouldn't have an icon for City, because there are too many to choose from, so possibly an icon for Gender isn't ideal either.
Feb
10
comment Is my gender selection sexist?
You should have removed it because it's not a correct attitude, not 'to make people happy'. I also feel this answer has only been accepted because it matches what @Fizzix already implemented, and not because it's a correct answer. Two pictures of a White Male and a White Female do not equate to appropriate gender selection in 2016. It's better to ask a question primarily because you want to know the answer, not because you just want someone to validate your decision.
Feb
10
comment Is my gender selection sexist?
Downvoting this for the closing sentence of "If someone wants to attempt to start something like "oh I'm non-binary" then they're probably too young to be on your site". That's a terrible attitude to take to UX. That's just saying: "If people don't see the world the same way as me then I'm not interested in them".
Feb
9
comment Android Placement of Copy-Rights, Terms and Conditions
We can't answer this one for you. There is no correct answer, and it's going to very much depend on your design and architecture.
Feb
9
reviewed Close What's the best way to allow/disable features for users in admin panel. For both individual users and groups
Feb
7
answered How do I find an appropriate tag to use?
Feb
6
comment Are smartphones accessible or operable by blind people?
iOS; yes. Built in accessibility from the ground up. Android; not so much.
Feb
5
awarded Nice Answer
Feb
5
answered Is there a Stack Exchange site where I can ask questions about colleges?
Feb
5
revised Better labels than "Date 1" and "Date 2"
Specific date points, not a range,
Feb
5
comment Better labels than "Date 1" and "Date 2"
@MattO'Keefe Fair point, I had interpreted the question as being a range, rather than individual dates. I'll amend.
Feb
5
answered Better labels than "Date 1" and "Date 2"
Feb
5
answered Can we have a new On Hold category for questions that are only slightly unclear?
Feb
5
comment Different options for replying to post
This is an English language site. Please provide answers in English in future.
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