Comments for commadot.com http://commadot.com UX = User Experience Tue, 07 Mar 2017 04:56:33 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.8-alpha-40320 Comment on Adobe Experience Design (XD) – Almost by SK http://commadot.com/adobe-experience-design-xd-almost/#comment-10534 Tue, 07 Mar 2017 04:56:33 +0000 http://commadot.com/?p=6874#comment-10534 Have you tried Mockplus?

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Comment on New LinkedIn UI is Slow by Linkedin sucks now http://commadot.com/new-linkedin-ui-is-slow/#comment-10487 Fri, 03 Mar 2017 17:54:18 +0000 http://commadot.com/?p=6820#comment-10487 Linkedin in has been slow since january 2017. Pages are super slow to load!

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Comment on New LinkedIn UI is Slow by Glen Lipka http://commadot.com/new-linkedin-ui-is-slow/#comment-10476 Thu, 02 Mar 2017 13:44:13 +0000 http://commadot.com/?p=6820#comment-10476 I dont pay linkedin, by the way. Standard account.

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Comment on New LinkedIn UI is Slow by Cathy http://commadot.com/new-linkedin-ui-is-slow/#comment-10475 Thu, 02 Mar 2017 12:59:06 +0000 http://commadot.com/?p=6820#comment-10475 March has come, and LinkedIn’s UI is still slow as a slug. Come on, LinkedIn. You can do better than this!!!

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Comment on New LinkedIn UI is Slow by Robert Norby http://commadot.com/new-linkedin-ui-is-slow/#comment-10474 Thu, 02 Mar 2017 12:45:17 +0000 http://commadot.com/?p=6820#comment-10474 I suggest that if you have premium and can actually live without it/work without it, then sign off. These changes are due to Microsoft buying LinkedIn, and there are probably long term plans on how to get more money for all the functionality that we have lost. The view of everything is on thing – the UI if you will – but the fact that the UX design sucks, that should not be acceptable. Stop giving them your money! Perhaps – just perhaps – then, they will consider changing things back. They gotta lose money on this for something to happen (because their users opionions obviously doesnt matter).

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Comment on Facts, Fakes and Fox by Daniel Lipka http://commadot.com/facts-fakes-and-fox/#comment-10461 Mon, 27 Feb 2017 22:57:59 +0000 http://commadot.com/?p=6867#comment-10461 From Forbes.com “A majority of Americans, 52%, said they trust the news media over Donald Trump to tell the truth about important issues. Only 37% said they trusted Trump more.” But the headline before that reads “Despite President Donald Trump’s relentless attacks on the “fake news” media, a new poll from Quinnipiac University finds that more Americans trust the media than Donald Trump.” The news isn’t that 52% trust the media, the news is that an amazing 37% trust Trump more. 1 out of every 3 people polled has such a “unique” view of reality that they believe Trump more. For 37% of the country, Trump-speak is fact. That is a tremendous advantage that he has to solely control ideas, facts, policies, and people. This is despite that fact that what Trump says is often directly opposed the actual facts (facts=things that are proven with data or historical accounts). For as much as the news is reporting his shortcomings, Trump supporters (half the country) thinks he is doing a good job. Why? Two reasons, 1) they actually agree with his policies and 2) because Trump says he is going great and they believe him. The actual danger of all this is not the Trump lies, it is that people support the lies and the policies the lies lead to. There are real Americans whose ideology is fundamentally different than what we pretend this country represents. And this isn’t new to the world, this has happened in dozens of times, in dozens of countries, over the years. We need to begin the conversation without the assumption that “people are generally good” and move on from there.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/brettedkins/2017/02/23/poll-finds-that-more-americans-trust-the-media-than-donald-trump/#f2eff51105de

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Comment on UX Candidate Design Challenge – v1 by jigar Bhingradiya http://commadot.com/ux-candidate-design-challenge-v1/#comment-10441 Sat, 25 Feb 2017 07:46:56 +0000 http://commadot.com/?p=5178#comment-10441 I’ve read this challenge a few times. I am gearing up for an interview at one of the Big 4 techies and these are above is really helping me. Thank you for theamazing Tip

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Comment on New LinkedIn UI is Slow by AL http://commadot.com/new-linkedin-ui-is-slow/#comment-10412 Wed, 22 Feb 2017 10:23:39 +0000 http://commadot.com/?p=6820#comment-10412 It is STILL slow and now the whole world has to use this new version…and still as ugly as anything. Using here in South East Asia.

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Comment on New LinkedIn UI is Slow by Phil http://commadot.com/new-linkedin-ui-is-slow/#comment-10404 Tue, 21 Feb 2017 18:15:49 +0000 http://commadot.com/?p=6820#comment-10404 Yup. I know the old version wasn’t enormously popular, design-wise, but it was at least usable. I’m literally sitting here commenting on this whilst waiting for people’s profiles to load. Also, they should have sorted this out by now, since the roll-out was a few weeks ago. They’re screwing themselves here.

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Comment on New LinkedIn UI is Slow by Phil http://commadot.com/new-linkedin-ui-is-slow/#comment-10403 Tue, 21 Feb 2017 18:13:38 +0000 http://commadot.com/?p=6820#comment-10403 Nope. They’ve made a point of making it a one-way, no-going-back change.

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