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Questions regarding software interaction with its human users.

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There is one singular reason why web applications exist: they will run anywhere, without you having to install them. That's is no small thing. StackOverflow is an application. If it had to be instal …
answered Mar 13 '11 by Robert Harvey
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The Single Responsibility Principle applies to classes of objects. Robert Martin defines a "responsibility" as "a reason for the class to change," which basically means that a class can do more tha …
answered Oct 15 '15 by Robert Harvey
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Your goals may differ from those of the stakeholders. The stakeholders may already be familiar with the interface and its quirks. Changing it, no matter the improvement, will initially add friction …
answered Mar 8 '13 by Robert Harvey
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Our REST API responses contain the information needed to display the correct links or buttons, based on the state of the workflow activity at the moment the page is requested. Instead of hard-coding …
answered Mar 29 '17 by Robert Harvey
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The question you should be asking yourself is: How do I make my UI more usable and friendly overall? To do that, read books like "Don't make me think," and the other books listed here. To answer you …
answered Jan 1 '11 by Robert Harvey
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Having a UI Designer tool greatly streamlines the UI design process for most developers. Designer tools help developers visualize what they are creating, and write some of the code for them. But if …
answered Oct 16 '13 by Robert Harvey