Charles Wesley
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Where do we draw the line on what is UX?
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I posit that the practice of UX should be on topic: how to conduct a usability study using paper prototypes how to insert UX into an agile dev project how to communicate the value of usability ...

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Can we (un)learn from SO culture?
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If you distill the problem you've identified into just two words, I believe they would be: negative reinforcement. In my view, the way that you combat that cultural spiral into negativity is to ...

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So, what exactly is off-topic for UX.StackExchange?
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Shopping Request Sorry, but questions requesting recommendations for books / software / apps / papers etc. would fall into the shopping request category and aren't really suitable to a Q&A ...

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So, what exactly is off-topic for UX.StackExchange?
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UX Profession Questions Questions here are expected to pertain to issues of user experience. Questions regarding the profession of User Experience including book recommendations, career advice, and ...

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Should tool-related questions be on-topic?
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I enjoy this community, even though I am new to it. I appreciate the care and editorial vision that exists, so my opinion is shared as a constructive contribution to the conversation. I don't think ...

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2015 Moderator Election Q&A - Questionnaire
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Charles Wesley's response: A very popular, trivial question is posted (something like: "Why don't Segways have seats?"). It receives a lot of votes and answers and generates a large degree of ...

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Should we get rid of the User-Interaction tag?
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I believe it is broad enough that it could be eliminated as anyone who selects that tag could and should select other tags that are narrower in scope and are more descriptive of what the nature of the ...

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Inconsistency in registering and logging in labels
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Here are two questions (one, two) that you might find interesting. One of the answers contained a link to this article which states: The ideal combination is one that allows users to quickly ...

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Close reason "Implementation Question" may be taken too literal
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I agree with you, Benny. For example, this question got a vote to close citing implementation. It is a question asking how to help users navigate a knowledge base that is organized by a taxonomy. ...

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What will our Blog be about?
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Tools and Techniques A blog would be a perfectly suited platform for discussing tools and techniques that emerge as industry standards. Over time these can change and blog posts writing critically ...

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Тags for different types of user interfaces
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Interestingly I just came to meta to post a question about these very tags. I have no problem with the concept of granular interface tags, my issue is using the acronym. A tag of KUI is not useful ...

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Tidying up tag synonyms
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I wouldn't agree on click <- tap only because questions about tagged tap are going to be for touch devices and there is enough difference there to warrant it's own tag in my opinion. Same with ...

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