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Oct
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comment How to represent this app trick?
I'm sorry but can you try to explain the problem one more time. It's hard to understand. What role has the radio buttons? It is about preference or something?
Oct
24
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Oct
22
comment What is the UI design for summarising multiple packages for multiple orders in an e-commerce site?
How important is if for the userd to know about the different process stages?
Oct
21
comment Responsive design Pattern for secondary navigation - is there a way not to swamp the user?
@Sven Thanks. I'm using the lovely new app Sketch from Bohemian coding. It's wonderful for visual design and prototyping.
Oct
21
comment Responsive design Pattern for secondary navigation - is there a way not to swamp the user?
You are right. Could possibly be fixed with a two arrow buttons or something but it still feels a little ugly.
Oct
21
answered Responsive design Pattern for secondary navigation - is there a way not to swamp the user?
Oct
17
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Oct
10
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Oct
7
comment Integer input field: special case for unbounded / unlimited
Good idea. You could also use an opposite solution. Create a checkbox with the label "There is no limit of maximum allowed items." If most users want to specify the maximum amount this should be the default state and vise versa.
Oct
4
asked Advice on additional research methods for a project
Oct
3
answered What is the correct way to reference GUI controls when writing content and copy
Oct
3
revised Is a website with a Fixed Header good for end-users of a Web2.0 website?
Due to a comment below I wanted to clarify my recommendation.
Oct
3
comment Is a website with a Fixed Header good for end-users of a Web2.0 website?
@Majed – Good point. I've updated my answer.
Oct
1
answered Is a website with a Fixed Header good for end-users of a Web2.0 website?
Sep
30
revised What are the most common mistakas people do when wireframing?
Removed "some" from the question to avoid general answers.
Sep
30
comment What are the most common mistakas people do when wireframing?
Allright. I'm trying to improve the delivery of wireframes in general and I'm hoping that the answer (or answers) I receive here could lead to a wireframe checklist that contains the most common (not everything) misses. I will use this checklist for the current and future projects that I'm working with and for me that list would be highly practical.
Sep
30
comment What are the most common mistakas people do when wireframing?
If you were in my position – how would you rephrase this question so it will follow the rules? I don't want go into an argument about the rules of this site but there are quite a few questions on this forum that could have several different correct answers and I feel that this is one of these questions. This very strict way of defining how a Q&A forum should behave will eventually kill it because people will hesitate to post stuff.
Sep
30
asked What are the most common mistakas people do when wireframing?
Sep
18
revised Field studies unnecessary for brochureware sites?
added 23 characters in body
Sep
18
comment Should PDFs open in a new tab?
Another benefit with this approach is that if the pdf is heavy modern browsers such as Chrome is build around the sandbox principle. Each tab behaves essentially like a separate browser. So if the pdf is heavy and crash it shouldn't affect the viewing of site it came from.