My Question: How is the UX of the best, or any, web reputation systems capturing and representing offline influence within a community? What are the signals that are quantified or illuminated in ...
What is a good UI metaphor for selecting from a set of configuration options? The tool I'm designing for has nearly 200 (!) inputs that can be set depending on your particular application and needs. ...
I'm looking for examples of existing solutions of the following interface problem. The interface must have a table, list, thumbnail view or such of items, which depending on the example could be ...
Usable examples, recommended practices for interfaces optimized for using pass-phrases instead of passwords
Reading through What is the best way to inspire users to choose strong password?, I realized I have never used an interface where the primary login password system would use pass-phrases (and where ...
I need to build a web app to help a support staff manage a boat-load of incidents in real-time. Some events will be weighted heavier than others. And events need to be hidden once they've been ...
I am designing a Windows application that has a dialog that requires the user to select a file, similar to the way you would with an <input type="file"> on the web. However, I cannot think of a ...
I mean big tables, and not just rows. Full blown cross tabulated tables (think about 20 rows and 30 columns, the sort of thing you generally do not see on websites, because they are difficult to ...
We are using Google Mapping functionality more and more in our site builds, mainly because its free but from a UX perspective, users seem to be the most comfortable using it and have already learnt ...