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Harry Brignull
User Experience consultant. Currently freelancing . Previously . Founder of . Available for work in January 2018.
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Harry Brignull Aug 15
Not sure who in my timeline recently wrote about overcoming anxiety disorder? If it was you, I'd love to talk. Trying to help out a friend.
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Harry Brignull Aug 15
Replying to @PaulAnnett @BMW
I regularly find my car unlocked - from leaning on the buttons when the fob is in my pocket. Universal design flaw.
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christian crumlish Aug 14
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Harry Brignull Aug 14
Replying to @ifenn @jmspool
It was copy-pasted incorrectly. it's definitely a data analyst/ data sci Q. Looking for a response relating to a predictive stats model.
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Harry Brignull Aug 13
Replying to @ifenn @jmspool
That's a data scientist interview question by the look of it though?
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Harry Brignull Aug 10
Replying to @jessme212
Right, rough is okay. But "knowingly incoherent" isn't okay.
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Harry Brignull Aug 10
Same comments in user research today as 10 years ago. Browser vendors, this is on you.
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Harry Brignull Aug 10
"It has a padlock" [a .jpg on the page] "...so I know the checkout is secure" "What password would I put? The same password I alway use"
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Harry Brignull Aug 10
Replying to @harrybr
The materials you take to user research should be your very best bet. Never use the research as a crutch for indecision or tricky politics.
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Harry Brignull Aug 10
Replying to @harrybr
So never take anything you know to be "not right" into usability testing, it's wasteful. Use design crits, get feedback...
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christina Aug 10
Replying to @harrybr
Now tell them what to do instead.
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Harry Brignull Aug 10
Replying to @MAPS @jodyferry
12 subjects and "positive trends". Source?
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Harry Brignull Aug 10
Replying to @yandle
A figment of the imagination of that guy who ate the whole fish on the train that one time a few years ago.
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Harry Brignull Aug 10
Replying to @wselman
My least favourite thing to facilitate.
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Harry Brignull Aug 10
Replying to @yandle
Might you be?
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Harry Brignull Aug 10
TARGETED ADVERTISEMENT
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Harry Brignull Aug 10
"...Others self-medicate with LSD to treat mental-health problems" ...Because acid is well known for its mental health curative properties?
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Harry Brignull Aug 10
Replying to @harrybr
If you put sloppy design work into usability testing, the researcher ends up with a huge amount of analysis & recommendation work to do.
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Harry Brignull Aug 10
Replying to @harrybr
This is a wasteful approach to design & research. Usability testing is not a washing machine.
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Harry Brignull Aug 10
Replying to @harrybr
They'll use it as a way to avoid difficult decisions. "let's test this ½-baked UI, see what happens" or "let's test 2 different ½-baked UIs"
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