Tag Archives: decision making

Feb13

Experience-by-Proxy as a Medical Decision Making Tool

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Now that patient-centered decision making is becoming a reality, it begs the question: are we, as patients, really prepared to make life-or-death decisions on our own behalf? The biggest problem I have making many of the decisions I am faced with in everyday life, not just in health, is that I simply don’t know enough […]

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Jun26

When Designing for the Web, Less Is More

As a user experience professional, I am puzzled when I hear people say that web users want choice, or that the more options a web design gives people the better.  On first glance this might seem like an obvious and intelligent approach. Why wouldn’t people want more choice, especially in situations where there are many […]

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