Chantal Jandard

Chantal Jandard

Product Designer Joined almost 5 years ago

  • 42 stories
  • 105 comments
  • 68 upvotes
  • Posted to Show DN: Vocalizer - Helping Others Pronounce Names Correctly, Aug 10, 2016

    This is fantastic! Great work.

    1 point
  • Posted to Panda 5 Beta: New & improved UI, article previews, personalised launchers and more..., in reply to Ahmet Sulek , Jul 28, 2016

    Agreed with Joe Blau; the new UI is really overwhelming. I don't want to feel stressed every time I open a new tab. :<

    1 point
  • Posted to Racemoji by Eli Schiff, in reply to Rolando Murillo , May 11, 2016

    To #1, this isn't necessarily true of all devices and all contexts emojis occur.

    2 points
  • Posted to How Peach Onboards New Users, in reply to Samuel Hulick , Jan 15, 2016

    Your teardowns are always a good time. Awesome stuff!

    3 points
  • Posted to Facebook and How UIs Twist Your Words, in reply to Phil Rau , Jan 14, 2016

    That would be super interesting to test! If you do a study on this, please share your results.

    0 points
  • Posted to Facebook and How UIs Twist Your Words, in reply to Jim Silverman , Jan 14, 2016

    Me too! I'd love if people did follow-ups on this study; feel free to run with it and see. :)

    1 point
  • Posted to Show DN: How UIs Twist Your Words (Study), in reply to anthony thomas , Jan 13, 2016

    Hey Anthony!

    Thanks for your thoughts! I agree that the conclusion isn't wholly supported by the research; a follow-up study would be needed to clarify that.

    That said, email wasn't a part of this study. This compared Facebook Chat with Facebook Full Conversation. For users of Facebook Chat, any content they send would be visible to the recipient in both formats. Notably, Facebook Full Conversation can be used in async, but can also support Chat-style conversations. (Actually, I never use Facebook Chat; I prefer to do any chatting on Facebook in Full Conversation view!) I typed the same in both instances, pressing enter after each messages, so really, there should be no differences of expectation.

    While one could argue that Full Conversation is more like email than Chat, since it supports chat-style conversation and shares content with Chat, I think it is fair to compare them as different UIs to a similar context.

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  • Posted to Show DN: How UIs Twist Your Words (Study), in reply to Marc Olivier Lapierre , Jan 12, 2016

    Thanks for participating! :D I really appreciated the help.

    1 point
  • Posted to Show DN: How UIs Twist Your Words (Study), in reply to Eduardo Nunes , Jan 12, 2016

    Thanks for your response Eduardo! I agree. That's something that I should add into the article. The typing style was the same for each condition; in Full Conversation, multiple messages in quick secession appear similarly to one longer message. It was a UI different (and a design decision) to call attention to each distinct message.

    It would be super cool to repeat the study with all chat-style UIs (like Hangouts vs Facebook Chat vs iMessage, maybe?) and see how the different visual designs transform the perception.

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