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Feb
13
comment Are there any studies that validate the golden ratio principles in designing websites?
That is not an answer at all. Even more, you clearly state that you do not have an answer "I cannot pull out any websites that says due to the use of Golden ratio we had got more users or ROI that has pumped up". You then proceed to answer a question that was not asked.
Jan
13
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
15
revised How do you deal with technologically impaired and ignorant clients?
Heavily edited to remove extraneous text, profanities and personal material.
Dec
15
comment How do you deal with technologically impaired and ignorant clients?
I have heavily edited your question. SE sites are not forums. Please try to stick to your question. Also, please try and focus on the UX-related questions. Example: how can the application UX be better designed to prevent my parents to disregard warnings.
Dec
15
suggested approved edit on How do you deal with technologically impaired and ignorant clients?
Dec
12
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
12
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Dec
9
comment Displaying and editing complex data
@Aaron The inline approach looks slick because there are only 4 columns in the example picture. I will have to use up to 20 columns for complex records. I am worried that it might not be as comfortable then.
Dec
9
asked Displaying and editing complex data
Dec
8
comment Which UI/UX sketching software is recommended?
Different locations -- I prefer drawing on paper/whiteboard locally.
Dec
8
comment Which UI/UX sketching software is recommended?
I agree, but am asking for software recommendations. It seems easier to share with other people. Do you scan your every drawing or do you replace pen and paper with a tablet?
Dec
8
asked Which UI/UX sketching software is recommended?
Dec
8
answered Suggestion for Critical Application GUI Font
Dec
8
awarded  Teacher
Dec
8
answered What are two good unicode characters I can use to represent “Likes” and “Dislikes”?
Dec
5
awarded  Supporter
Dec
5
comment Mouse usage pictograms
No, I am really looking for a standard way/free pictograms to explain how to use the mouse to achieve something. I've edited my question including an illustration to better clarify what I am after.
Dec
5
awarded  Editor
Dec
5
revised Mouse usage pictograms
Added an example.
Dec
5
awarded  Student