Tom Creighton

Tom Creighton

Product Designer Joined over 8 years ago via an invitation from Nathan G. Tom has invited David Stubbs

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  • Posted to Researchers.io – DN for UX/Customer Research, in reply to Jonathan Shariat , Oct 24, 2014

    The system does actually create an account for you, even with the warning popping up. We're working on that right now.

    Please do let us know if you spot any other weirdness, the influx of users is shaking out a lot of fun bugs.

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  • Posted to Researchers.io – DN for UX/Customer Research, in reply to Sean Lester , Oct 24, 2014

    It really does look like you're fully activated, from the admin side. Try clearing your cache and giving it another go?

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  • Posted to Researchers.io – DN for UX/Customer Research, in reply to Victor Ware , Oct 24, 2014

    Apologies – we're definitely still working out all of the edge cases. That particular issue is definitely on our radar.

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  • Posted to Researchers.io – DN for UX/Customer Research, in reply to Sean Lester , Oct 24, 2014

    I'll keep an eye on the functionality here, but it looks like you were actually activated. Try logging in?

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  • Posted to Researchers.io – DN for UX/Customer Research, in reply to Sean Lester , Oct 24, 2014

    That's not good. I'll look into it immediately.

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  • Posted to Web Design Mentors, in reply to Mackenzie Davidson , Oct 22, 2014

    For sure. Hit me up @tomcreighton.

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  • Posted to Web Design Mentors, Oct 21, 2014

    I'd love to have this for myself too, but I'm also interested in playing this role for others. It's not easy to find someone willing to be your go-to "sounding board" guy, from either side.

    That said, if you're ever in Toronto and want to meet up, hit me up. (That goes for anybody else in and around TO, too).

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  • Posted to Hush, Oct 21, 2014

    Interesting idea! I'm typically pretty skeptical of new "social discovery" apps, but at least this one has a bit of a new take on it.

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  • Posted to WordPress customized admin - pickle, Oct 21, 2014

    As Wordpress evolves ever-further into the "do-anything" CMS role, I'd love to see something like this become native functionality – you could just 'snap off' the parts you wanted and hide everything else.

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  • Posted to Site Design: Nightcrawler , Oct 21, 2014

    Huge fan of using the medium of the web to tell a story and pull me in – but... then I had no idea what to do.

    I would have been satisfied with a series of vignettes, just because something can be interactive doesn't mean it needs to be.

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