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The old - attention grabber Of all low-level visual 'features' (colour, size, etc.) that our brain processes, motion (ie, animation) is the most attention grabbing one. See this quote from chapter 2 (What we can easily see) of Visual Thinking for Design, Ware 2008: The web designer now has the ability to create web pages that crawl, jiggle, and flash. ...


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Nothing wrong with it as such. It is a little bit non-standard to have a vertical bar like that, a bit of a break in standard functionality consistency, but nothing to cause anyone who thinks about it for a few seconds any trouble. There could be a slight problem in using a 'loading bar' when it actually means the opposite of loading- when it is full the ...


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You still could use something like a tapbar on mobile (see twitter.com for example) or build a navigation-bar which also includes some navigation elements (pinterest). Personally I think that for now the hamburger button isn't the worst option (facebook still has it on it's webapp version) and we shouln't kill it just yet. Yes there are drawbacks, but pretty ...


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I would display [1][+0] for inbox only and [0][+20] for reputation only updates, to keep the title consistent with both-updates situation like [4][+30]. I would probably not include seasonal promos like the current WINTER BASH, but if you want to include it, something like [1][+0][1] should be sufficient..


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Based on personal experience, I argue that the close button is not necessary when the popover was easily initiated by the user (he or she can quickly initiate the popover again, if necessary). I have watched a couple of elderly people get very frustrated trying to click outside of the popover to try and close it with no success. They seem to have trouble ...


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with number 50, they're not all features...they are functions. You don't have to show all functions of your products in one page, you have a whole website to do this. Back to features, usually most of products show no more than 3 features...range that people would remember about product before they use it. "Ah, this product A has ABC, APQ and AYZ, let's ...



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