Alex Getty

Pennsylvania Designer Joined about 6 years ago

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  • Posted to What ToDo list are you using (more general, not only work)?, Aug 11, 2017

    I currently use a combination of Todoist and Evernote, depending on how tied to other content my tasks are. If it's project related, I use Evernote so I can easily reference my project's notes, if it's personal errands or tasks I use Todoist because it's super simple and easy to use.

    I've also been working with a small team to build our own team project planning/management tool that allows tasks to be nested inside other tasks to allow for more flexibility in how people choose to organize their items, so I've been using that in a testing capacity.

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  • Posted to Multi-Swipe: New UX to act on many items (emails) really fast, in reply to Jonathan Nemargut , May 19, 2017

    I don't mind the order of operations. To me it makes sense that you first have to specify the action you want to take, THEN define the scope of that action.

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  • Posted to Sketch 42, in reply to Tom STU , Jan 24, 2017

    Thanks! I was having the same problem and the Craft update also fixed it.

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  • Posted to Conversational Form - turning web forms into conversations, in reply to Joe Crupi , Jan 23, 2017

    What real world problem are you trying to solve? This really depends on the complexity of the form and the literacy of the users, but I'm sure there are plenty of scenarios where this format is at least a viable alternative to a traditional form. I won't throw my full weight behind it until I see some analytics on it though.

    Why do developers and designers need to engage with users?! I interpreted this as enabling developers and designers to create a more engaging experience, not necessarily engaging with the users themselves.

    Exactly! It's not a human-to-human interaction by definition. With the emergence of chatbots over the past year, conversations are no longer an exclusively human-to-human interaction. We exchange information in the real world through dialog, so just like all the other skeuomorphic metaphors in UI design we use, why wouldn't we at least try conversation?

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