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I'm a user experience researcher with deep experience in understanding enterprise users, Mac users, and mobile users. I have experience in qualitative methodologies including contextual inquiries, interviews, focus groups, site visits, field work, usability studies, and co-design.


Jul
27
comment Are there any options for IOS development on Windows 8? (Apps, Emulators, Cloud Computing OK)
All VMware virtualization products (Fusion, Workstation, vSphere, and ESXi) perform checks that are specific to OS X. One is to ensure that the hardware is Apple hardware, the other is to ensure that the version of OS X that you're attempting to virtualize is a version whose EULA allows for virtualization. You could install Windows on a Mac, install Workstation on that Mac-running-Windows, and then virtualize OS X in Workstation.
Jul
15
answered Increase attachment size limitation with Outlook 365
May
23
answered Outlook “select an identity”, how to get this window?
May
12
answered Show categories in the sidebar of Outlook?
May
12
comment Show categories in the sidebar of Outlook?
No, it's not possible. s
May
8
comment Outlook Identity is too large - help!
Why do you need to downsize your Outlook identity? Is it just the duplication issue that you've identified, or is there something else?
May
2
answered Generate PDF with table of contents from Microsoft Word on Mac OS X
May
1
comment How to import from OneNote on Windows to the Mac edition of OneNote?
As of now (May 1, 2014), OneNote for Mac only supports saving to the cloud. It doesn't support local notebooks at this time.
Apr
28
answered Inline equation editor
Apr
17
comment Is it possible to highlight text of inbox emails?
I use OneNote to do what you're describing. My mail is organized by project (folder names are "delivery date - project"; ex "2014-03 - MacIT presentation"). I use OneNote to keep notes related to the project (same naming scheme for notebooks), like meeting notes or anything else. If I have an email that I need to annotate, I copy the text into a new note in OneNote, highlight the text, and annotate it there. The thing that I really like about OneNote is that you can easily add text anywhere on the page, which makes annotation easy. No idea if this is helpful, just thought I'd add it in. :)
Apr
16
answered Is it possible to highlight text of inbox emails?
Apr
11
answered Why is my OSX client having so much trouble connecting to our SMB server?
Apr
9
answered Can I add EAS support to Mac OS
Apr
8
revised Word 2011: No new paragraph / line break possible in text box?
Edited to remove off-topic comments about Word and to clean up the formatting.
Apr
8
suggested suggested edit on Word 2011: No new paragraph / line break possible in text box?
Apr
2
comment Microsoft Word notebook layout - insert equation?
If you use the first shortcut that is documented there, you will get the "insert equation" box that I think you're looking for. You can type in it. If you're happy with that and not having the menu available to you at all, then that should meet your needs. If you want the visual editor, then add both keyboard shortcuts. Neither of these get you the Equation Editor's Ribbon tab, which I'm not sure if you want.
Apr
2
comment Reinstalling OS X on a MacBook with dead hard drive and no recovery disc
Snow Leopard doesn't ask for a serial number when you're installing it. You'll need a generic Snow Leopard (or Leopard) install disc, though, not one for a specific Mac. The discs that ship with a Mac are tied to that model and won't install on any other model. This does mean that you could find someone who has the exact same Mac that you do and use their install media, which is probably going to be more difficult than anything else. That's why I suggested going to the Apple Store and seeing if they'll install the original OS onto your MacBook.
Apr
1
answered Microsoft Word notebook layout - insert equation?
Apr
1
answered Reinstalling OS X on a MacBook with dead hard drive and no recovery disc
Mar
25
answered Calendar (iCal) .ics format