Stumbled on your piece by accident. A very interesting way to spend your day off for sure! Also interesting that this is something that designers you met faced in places that (I thought) much more comfortable with UX and technology as late as 2016! Was wondering if by any chance you had the opportunity to do the same and compare how it looks like now…
Beware these engineering mistakes for your early stage software startup
‘Most forms will have at least two call to actions — proceed and cancel’
Have to disagree with this, having a cancel button/link is like adding the horror reset button from forms of old. Why give the user the ability to accidentally clear everything they have done?
Thanks for reading the post.
I appreciate the feedback — I didn’t really consider adding an example in here though I can see how it would be useful. Most of my examples are proprietary, unfortunately, so I don’t have anything I could easily add in.
I can’t agree more!
I think a real example of how you transformed a data table into a user decision centric design will be helpful.
Please note, that this approach will probably force you to create several views of the same data or several filters presets to accommodate the number of different…
That makes sense, but see there are already some issues in there. Instead of bringing new people to try to solve a design issue quickly and cheaper, why not hire a couple more designers ? In my experience it is way better to have designers integrated into the dev team directly instead of handing over files over email. I agree the pattern…