In post 401, Davsto wrote:Kison is the man.
None of that quote pyramiding. Re-type to show respect to the man.
In post 397, Kison wrote:Bookmark Folders: Seems like people want them.
In post 397, Kison wrote:Two changes to help alleviate performance issues with site chat when navigating across the site:
Only up to 30 messages will autoload per page load. You can still load more by scrolling to the top of the window and hitting "Load More Messages."
Some enhanced coding is in place to improve the load speed of messages. Should be several times faster than the old method.
In post 408, Thestatusquo wrote:I think the colored Usernames are very bad user experience. In chat, you want to draw the users attention to the message that they are going to read, differences in color for the user names instead draw the users attention to the username itself and not the message. This is ultimately very distracting to me. Though I get the idea behind the change I think the implementation ultimately leads to a much worse design and makes chat more difficult to follow as its intended because the different colors make it harder to focus on the messages.
In post 410, Thestatusquo wrote:And I am a UX professional and you are a person who does not have any clue what you're talking about.
In post 415, Davsto wrote:And that invalidates another user's preferences... why?
Just because you are a professional UX designer, it doesn't immediately make anyone else's opinions invalid.
Hell, hiplop is a user of the sitechat, and I think it's fair to say the users get a say in what they think they prefer considering that, you know, they're the ones the changes are aimed at.
I'm not saying you don't get a say - after all, you're a user too. All I'm saying is get off your high horse and don't act like your opinion is the be-all, end-all of opinions to do with it.
In post 418, Thestatusquo wrote:from the perspective of UX design
andIn post 408, Thestatusquo wrote:I think
strongly suggest your post, as it was, to be an entirely personal opinion, your point of view, rather than the view of any professional. Thus, to call hiplop out is silly - you think it's bad, he thinks it's good, and regardless of whether or not either of you have a "reason" or "point" as to why it is, to offer whether you think it is good is still of value and not entirely worth shrugging off, and I'm sure Kison would agree that even just an "I think it's good" is relevant.In post 408, Thestatusquo wrote:to me
In post 423, vonflare wrote:tsq is wrong