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http://notableapp.com provides some nice functionality for what your suggesting. It allows you to host entire code projects, have users comment and commit changes and even expands into usability testing. Here's a better link - http://zurb.com/notable/features/code


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What you have on the y-axis is clear. The x-axis is not clear because there are no units. The dropdown at the top says 'Day, Month', yet it looks like x-axis is showing hours of the day. A few suggestions: I would challenge you to consider the value of assigning specific numeric values to mood. Does each number have real meaning? Assuming the answer is ...


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Checkout the Rating Scales references at the Usability Body of Knowledge website. One of those, Tullis and Dumas (2009) offers some advice for situations like yours: use word labels for at least the end points of your scale avoid the trap of a bipolar scale (an example is given comparing a bipolar scale from easy to difficult to a scale from "very easy" to ...


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This isn't one tool but two - Dropbox and Github. Here's instructions of how somebody else set it up: http://alexcican.com/post/guide-hosting-website-dropbox-github/ Edit: Zurb's Notable feels like the best tool out there for collaborating on HTML mockups: http://www.zurb.com/notable


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You could try any of these, they're not UX tools but they'll display your HTML well enough and all have versioning and sharing. bl.ocks.org This is a simple viewer for code examples hosted on GitHub Gist. It's created by Mike Bostock and mostly used for showing d3.js pages. But essentially each page is just an HTML page with javascript - so you can ...


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Tabs are usually used to divide a large content into sections and then alternate its views within the same context. Nielsen Norman Group has a very good article on its proper usage. They are usually placed next to each other (without spacing) to form a single component. The reason for this UI pattern is to let user know that the information the individual ...


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I would make the food-items into tags like in WordPress and then have a cloud of frequently eaten items. That way, it makes it easier for the user to add new foods, to enter frequently eaten items, and to delete mistakes. It would also be handy to have the ability to copy yesterday's meals and edit them. Here's a possible popup box for selecting ...


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I would suggest a Horizontal RecyclerView with icons for food with name below it. You can also use tick icon to show whether each item was actually had or not; if you are maintaining a Diet with items in it. For example: ...



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