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No, sorry. It's too tricky to get all the cards on a small screen and still have the fonts large enough to recognize them :(
Thanks, that's specific enough to know what's wrong. Cheers —Matej
Thanks for taking the time to report these. Others have reported cards staying opened and I already tried to fix it. Can you do a hard refresh and see if it still happens?
Could you send me a screenshot of the overlapping to email@example.com please?
They do :(
Very good point. The problem is that companies don't realise that the other party involved (the designer) also needs to find out if they're the company he/she is looking for. They tend to have this one-sided, egocentric attitude towards hiring.
Haven't heard of Toptal yet... only Hired. Why do you think it's that poor?
If it is a good one (ie not a generic one).
Hey Ronja, that's the thing. It wasn't user testing. Feedback from user testing sessions is hard to quantify because we usually run only a few sessions. They're more time-consuming. Maybe that part of the article wasn't that clear but the test was a "Question test" done with usability Hub. There, a design is shown to participants and they answer to a few questions afterwards.
You're right about the validating part though. I expected to validate my assumption but ended up invalidating it instead. But that's the point of the post. Shouldn't we doubt our own solutions a bit more? Leave room for uncertainty? Take time to understand things a bit better?
Thanks, I'm glad you'r finding value in it. The line length levels are a bit harder for everyone. I've seen people taking up to 20 attempts to get to 100/100 :)
That's great feedback, thanks. If the app said: "the line-height is too large" still keeping it generic but a bit more explanatory at the same time, would that be more helpful?
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