I am currently working on personas for my company's online software in order to help us to understand and know in an accurate way our users. For that work I will conduct face to face interviews with selected clients/users
Because our software contains advanced functionality that are not used by all users; I am wondering which process should I adopt in creating these personas.
Should I create 4-5 personas for each feature that we are re-designing or should I work on overall set of personas that will be refined for each feature.
Yesterday, I had an interview for a position at a major online selling company. While discussing my work and my vision of usability and design, few questions came and I thought it could be a good point to share some of them and to have your inputs about these thoughts.
1. How are you making the difference between a web app and a website?
2. Do you consider Google as a web app or a website?
Feel free to answer or to give your thoughts about theses questions as I am looking to have different points of view.
I am currently looking for links to studies and datas about RIA usages and especially new usages on SaaS applications and web 2.0 websites. I would like to find demographic data on how users perceive functions and tools like drag and drop, widgets, dashboard, etc.
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