Recent content by sengsational

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    UX Help welcome

    I like the idea of directing new users to an external source of training. I think the best thing that could happen now would be for you to write a storyboard for a 1 minute animated video. The finished storyboard would be a series of "slides" that had rough drawings and associated blurb of...
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    UX Help welcome

    This is what I've done, but due to testing and I think some Android app management, it gets knocked out quite often. Nothing that can't be addressed.
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    UX Help welcome

    Mark, Users just create one identity. They don't have to worry about any "identity per web site" stuff. We could tell them that, under the covers, SQRL manages a separate "thing" for each web site, but not sure it's necessary.
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    UX Help welcome

    True, if we wanted to go cross-client with it. I was just talking about keeping a non-synchronized list on each device primarily for the purpose of being able to focus the user's attention on domain validation when it's really needed. The bad guy's look-alike domain would get more scrutiny...
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    SQRL client feature comparison

    I'm still new enough to ask dumb questions, hehe!, so here goes... I somehow got the feeling that CPS was never going to work on mobile apps. I don't even know what CPS stands for (I presume not Chicago Public Schools). So maybe iOS and Android could be "no" for those? Where does one go if...
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    UX Help welcome

    That makes sense, but from what I can gather from the app as it's been laid out so far, the password is doing two things...answering "is it you", and confirming that the domain is the one you intended to log into. As to the "is it you" (or "is it still you", because you could set your phone...
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    UX Help welcome

    @FlorinaV, Looking through the PDF, I see some great ideas for usability, thanks for your efforts so far. A few of those things I had on my list too! One thing I'd like to put on your radar is the necessity of users to understand the criticality of the domain verification step (not sure if...
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    UX Help welcome

    I don't think any SQRL client should cater to your use case. Nothing stopping you from forking some code and making it really easy to do what you want, but to put this into a typical client seems less than practical. I personally think the best mobile client opens to a QR scanning screen and...
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    Videos demonstrating SQRL

    Here's a video I made 5 years ago
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    UX Help welcome

    What might be helpful is to use an existing app as a model. If there's an existing app that we think has a UI that we think would be good to emulate, we could look at that. Of course the purpose of the app could be anything, since we'd just be taking best of breed UI ideas. Best would be...
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    UX Help welcome

    Mark, I think the combination of your expertise and "fresh eyes" can yield great usability/understandably benefits. My recommendation would be to treat the fact that bad guys can't break-in as "the air"...it's all around us, but we don't really notice it. Sum it up as "the power of...
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    Videos demonstrating SQRL

    I'm surprised no reactions yet to these videos. They're awesome Adam. You are to be commended! You saved the best for last. The last 30 seconds of the last video are the "killer app" portion. Now, I must say, that the discussion between the southern gentleman and you in the first video...
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    UX Help welcome

    @pedigo, welcome! If you got familiar with the process to set-up an identity, that would be where I'd start. Then translate that into some kind of storyboard that could be used to make it really clear to a non-techy user what was going to happen, what was happening, and what just happened...
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    UX Help welcome

    Just wondering about the difference between making it streamlined and small versus making it friendly to new users. So as not to bury the lead, I'm thinking we need two versions of the app! The version of the application for the new user would have a "wizard-like" on-boarding thing that would...
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    UX Help welcome

    Whoever designs the UI should probably know Android Material Design. This makes it much more straight-forward to implement and it squarely meets user expectations. There is the question of how closely it will match the iOS side, because Apple has their own standards (and Apple users have...