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Sarah Doody
Founder of UX Portfolio Formula & The UX Notebook. πŸƒβ€β™€οΈ3:51:03 marathoner, skier, traveler & πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦. NYC ➑️ SLC.
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Sarah Doody 1h
Replying to @InVisionApp @dan_auld
Hey EVERY time someone response, it gets added to your ticketing system, and I get an email. Here's a screenshot of my inbox (look at left for # in each thread).
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Sarah Doody 2h
Replying to @aerozg @InVisionApp
Needs to be at the TOP of the page somewhere. Doesn't work the way you did it if you have *many* screens in each round.
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Sarah Doody 2h
Replying to @aerozg @InVisionApp
To the client this can be confusing & they mix up links. It would be easier if *within* I could clearly note which rounds are which. As we talk through this, I think the "sections" are a culprit ... hard to see in the grid interface. Need higher in the hierarchy.
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Sarah Doody 2h
Is there a quote/theory along the lines of "the quality of your small talk determines the quality of you as a person?"
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Sarah Doody 3h
Replying to @InVisionApp
That's what I'm doing in Notes. Except in Notes I don't always literally copy the comment, sometimes I am re-writing it so it is not in the client's language so that I know how their comment *truly* impacts the design.
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Sarah Doody 3h
Replying to @InVisionApp
Just brainstorming ... maybe for each comment I have the ability to add it to *my* private to do / notepad (let's ignore semantics for now). But the goal is that I can quickly grab the comments I need to act on and see all those in one spot.
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Sarah Doody 3h
Replying to @sarahdoody
What I currently do is create a "section" in InVision for each "round" BUT, that gets messy b/c of the volume of screens. And the client shouldn't have to fish around for the right "link" to each "section". Am I over-complicating this????
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Sarah Doody 3h
In how do keep all rounds of designs organized? Example, I have round 1 of designs done. Working on round 2. Don't want to over-ride round 1 so the client can see the progression. Don't want to rely on the "history" feature of each screen though.
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Sarah Doody 4h
Currently going through a huge number of comments in and copying / pasting the actual "to-dos / changes" to in a Notes doc. Seems crazy, but it's easier than constantly referring back to each comment. What's your workflow?
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Sarah Doody Jun 24
Replying to @round
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Sarah Doody Jun 24
Yes, especially when it's not a *free* online course. And people copy it (literally) and sell it or are "inspired" by it and create their own course to sell! People are strange ... and lazy!
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Sarah Doody Jun 24
Replying to @sarahdoody
Heads up ... if you run an online course, might want to see if it's listed on:
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Sarah Doody Jun 24
The *most* frustrating thing about online courses is that people steal and copy them (and yes, even my past students). It's getting so frequent now that I've had to create a canned email response in to deal with it.
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Sarah Doody Jun 23
I'm writing a book. I'm not sure if you're supposed to write the Introduction last. But I decided to write my Introduction first. Ironically, this goes against the idea of "work from the inside out" that I preach regarding products. Bracing for feedback from my team ... πŸ‘€
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Sarah Doody Jun 22
Replying to @BrunoFigueiredo
Obrigada! I emailed you about getting together this coming week!
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Sarah Doody Jun 21
So many early design ideas have remained timeless. But in the internet age, what about the design longevity of software products? Some struggle to survive. In this article by for they look at why they don’t.
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Sarah Doody Jun 21
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Sarah Doody Jun 21
Returning a purchased item is part of the e-commerce user experience when you buy online. However in their research, have found that the return process and interface caused the most usability issues for users.
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Sarah Doody Jun 21
They do! And they ask annoying things ... - Is your hair real - Are you a bot - Are you single - Will you marry me And occasionally a question about my actual business or topic of the page.
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Sarah Doody Jun 21
Happy Friday!!! What's ONE thing you learned in your career this week?
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