Hooo I like that: Firefox 86 Introduces Total Cookie Protection. Every website has its own cookie jar, yes yes yes!
I double down on "OMG your work computer in the mayor's office isn't locked with a password, what kind of administration is that?" Also "banks accounts too have login/password so no you can't just access accounts like that" 🙄🤨
Internal vs. External Validity of UX Studies: Poorly designed qualitative or quantitative research may produce invalid results. Avoid encouraging certain responses or behaviors and make sure that your study conditions and participants are representative.
“Optimism forces people to blame themselves for their own failures and misery; to never look at the structures of power that contribute to this. You just didn’t try hard enough, and you weren’t good enough” a great article against performative positivity.
It's Friday my friends, so here is some sound activated typography experiment, works with any sound (so you can speak, clap your hands, etc) by @email@example.com
(alt video: the letters of the typography move based on the noise in my flat)
🎵Music mood, common people shake it, you know you need this after that 2hours meeting, give it a shake (if you can), none is watching (maybe cats, but they'll judge you anyway, just double check the webcam is off)!!
🎵 Music mood, common people shake it, you know you need this after that 1:30 meeting, stand up, give that body a good shake, none is watching (maybe cats, but they'll judge you anyway, just double check the webcam is off)!!
Internal vs. External Validity of UX Studies
Poorly designed qualitative or quantitative research may produce invalid results. Avoid encouraging certain responses or behaviors and make sure that your study conditions and participants are representative.
And yeah apparently my "empathy for people struggling with technology" is far superior to my "self preservation instinct" haha it was not 2m away safe interactions, but we had masks ^^
The thing with the "if you click on the icon there's no touch area" could have been avoided by testing this to be honest. I feel like this is kind of "overkill digitalisation" and quite confusing for a lot of people. Also touch screen in an hospital waiting room: YURK!
The touch screen is "just" 4 language buttons, then 5 other button to tell the reason for your visit and get a number on a ticket and you wait to be called. 2 "simple" actions. Yet in those 15 minutes, I helped 2 lost people perform this :/
So, until I helped me, that person was in the corner of the waiting room, waiting and observing other people use that touch screen until he could find out how it's supposed to work (or find someone to help him).
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