- Largely based on Norman Checklist Norman p 179- #7 was added by myself, as part of LEAN principles. It’s like Steve Krug’s cute 50% of the words and then 50% again.
Window on the left is from a company called “Sky-Frame”On the right is doors we have @ waterloo. Identical Handles on both slides (Push & Pull). At least they hint which side is the higne!
Irish Traffic Light = Green always comes out on top.My Colour-Blind Friend/RED + Green Confusion in HS once drove to Quebec and almost got into an accident. He always thought the big top was RED and stop. The Bottom Green was go. When he got to Quebec and didn’t know what to do @ a intersection.
http://www.economist.com/node/14299211http://www.thousandtyone.com/blog/TheArtOfBuildingPoliteApplicationsAndAvoidingErrorsInYourErrors.aspx(Warning is actually From About Face 3 – Alan Cooper)http://www.cooper.com/author/emma_van_niekerk/http://www.nonlineblogging.com/blog/2008/6/13/the-1-million-pound-error-message.html (required correction)http://www.liferay.com/community/forums/-/message_boards/message/7418315It's nice to be important, but it's more important to be nice.” – John Cassis
Who can tell me why this is a bad UX?
Similar to LEAN principle, but I believe LEAN talks specifically for customer/client.Krug: “Get rid of half the words on each page, then get rid ofhalf of what’s left.”
Krug (2006) – Chap 2.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Traffic_Light_treePierre Vivant (French) @ Canary Warf ISimilar to LEAN principle, but I believe LEAN talks specifically for customer/client.Sure, you could ask a hard-working person – but the lazy person will without fail come up with the simplest, easiest, laziest option. Most of the great inventions of our time were a boon for the lazyhttp://www.bigmouthstrikesagain.com/archives/381n London, installed 1998. However it’s been removed recently, waiting for new home.
Wayne’s Mobile UX Check-ListWayne Pau, Emerging Technologies SAP Internal