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valid UX question, although to allow it would be applying some of the rules inconsistently. I would personally like to see it allowed but have the rules updated and allow more broad questions that only … those that have a "correct" answer. As if we are honest almost all of UX is opinion in some form or another. So when and how often do we review what are acceptable questions? The obvious cases aside, it is the more contentious ones that I am referring to. …
asked Jan 19 '13 by JohnGB
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The problem with "how do I ..." type questions is that they tend to be so broad that a complete answer would be a mini tutorial at best, and a short book in most cases. Does that make a good … question on UX.SE? If questions are overly broad, you tend to end up with the answer being a mix of points from a number of questions, as each answer will tend to focus on a few non-overlapping aspects …
answered Mar 5 '15 by JohnGB
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In general I agree with the guidelines of what makes a good question, but my overriding goal is "what questions are useful to learn from". In general, I think people upvote questions that they … have found useful or have learnt from. But that shows a disparity between what we are considering acceptable questions and what members find useful, as many questions with good numbers of upvotes have …
asked Nov 30 '12 by JohnGB
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There isn't any reason that I'm aware of, other than it hasn't been done yet. I think it would be a great idea though.
answered Feb 15 '15 by JohnGB
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physical UX that makes up the vast majority of UX in the world. The few physical questions that we have had in the last few months have been very well received, and I would like to see many more of … them. The UX.se site is stagnating somewhat, and I believe it is mostly due to a lack of interesting questions on broader topics than a lack of people to answer them. So to deal with this, I believe …
asked May 6 '13 by JohnGB
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This has been bugging me for a while, but I'm not sure where the line should be drawn. A question recently got me thinking about this. While I'm not suggesting that this is a good question, I do thi …
asked Jan 31 '15 by JohnGB
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It's perfectly ethical to comment on the public design and / or behaviour of a company. If company XYZ has poor UX, then they should be called out on it, and it should hurt their reputation. In the …
answered Jun 23 '15 by JohnGB