Re: [IxDA] How to create interesting Portfolio?

25 May 2010 - 8:02am
4 years ago
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Lisa Goldberg
2007

Wow, Kojo, was that really necessary?

Lisa

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26 May 2010 - 1:06am
kojo
2008

Well Lisa, to be perfectly honest we need some more reactions like mine to these time-wasting posts, I would like to read all posts, yet posts like this consume loads n loads of time and then eventually no actual benefit, in fact just mental abuse/cognitive processing to this article, and bad user experience, and how can someone who claims to be a UX specialist deliver intentionally such reading ux, that is why more n more wanna leave the group, sometimes a feedback from users has to be harsh to trigger a proper iterative solution.


I also said sorry at the start of my comment.
Kojo

On Tue, May 25, 2010 at 8:38 PM, Lisa Goldberg <lisag67@gmail.com> wrote:

Wow, Kojo, was that really necessary?

Lisa

26 May 2010 - 9:05am
Elinesca
2008

Well, I'm not sure if we really do need reactions like yours. It's all subjective, isn't it?

While you threw a major hissy fit, other people enjoyed the post. Will it not save you (and us!) precious time if you'd ignore the post you don't like rather than getting into lengthy arguments that you can't win?

Calm down and run yourself a little reality check: You can't win this discussion. The list is open for all, including you. This is a list meant to foster a sense of community & discussion, not a dictation of taste or valid points. Most of us are capable of ignoring posts that aren't useful to us and appreciate the ones that are. That's the nature of the list. If you don't like it, get off it, or learn to skim read.

As a side note, I'd say you know very little about UX if you didn't understand why Will's post was useful to the original poster. I wonder if that might be the reason why you remain nameless. E.

On 26 May 2010, at 11:24, kojo wrote:

> Well Lisa, to be perfectly honest we need some more reactions like mine to these time-wasting posts, I would like to read all posts, yet posts like this consume loads n loads of time and then eventually no actual benefit, in fact just mental abuse/cognitive processing to this article, and bad user experience, and how can someone who claims to be a UX specialist deliver intentionally such reading ux, that is why more n more wanna leave the group, sometimes a feedback from users has to be harsh to trigger a proper iterative solution. > > I also said sorry at the start of my comment. Kojo > On Tue, May 25, 2010 at 8:38 PM, Lisa Goldberg wrote: >> Wow, Kojo, was that really necessary? >> >> Lisa >> >

26 May 2010 - 10:06am
Matt Nish-Lapidus
2007

Hi Guys,

The topic of kojo's response was dealt with well enough in the other thread.  I think it's time to let this go.

In the future, if you are upset with sometime that somebody has said please flag the post using the little flag icon on the left.  One of our moderators will check it out and respond in whichever way is necessary.  

Kojo:  This forum is for everybody, if you don't like a certain post feel free to ignore it or flag it as inappropriate if you feel that's important. 

Thanks!

Matt (& the IxDA Moderators)

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