Lean UX case study

Lean UX case study

“If you cannot fail, you cannot learn.” — Eric Ries Validated! I like the quote; partly because when I read it I felt all validated because I tweeted something similar once and mostly because its true. I also now realise that anybody who happened to read that tweet probably thought I was shamelessly ripping it […]

Reporting Problems

Reporting Problems

The best plan… Try to disallow erroneous value entry or selection in the first place. e.g. Perhaps use a discrete selection in a drop list rather than free text. Only allow numbers in numeric fields (don’t forget +/-/e/. etc.) Just correct obvious issues… Correct badly entered values automatically (often, you don’t even need to let […]