On Thu, 2018-08-30 at 23:08 -0400, Tyler Durden wrote:
I rekon, in the case of true neophytes (not converts from other
apps), there is little in the way of expectations. That presents the
opportunity to set expectations with gentle guidance. It is quite
common for first-run to provide guidance with user opt-out. We
regularly see this in downloaded applications as well as rollout of
web-based upgrades. (e.g. "Take the tour of the new... ...or skip.
There is a user-experience effect, but it's not predictable. That's why
when you do UX studies you have to carefully pick and record your
participant's prior experiences and make sure you can test competitor
conflation & fresh users. Sometimes everyone copies the same design
because it's what was first, sometimes you have to make the hard call
between converts and new people.
None of this relates to the issue of invisible objects though.
Best Regards, Martin Owens