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Dec
9
comment Can we expect users to close popovers by just clicking away?
Well written but do we have any user research to back these rules up?
Nov
25
comment Adjusting website content according to searched query from Google / external search engine
Well, it was the only search engine we experimentet with.
Nov
24
comment Adjusting website content according to searched query from Google / external search engine
Yes, we experimented with this like 10 years ago. Didn't measure the results (this was pre Google Analytics so all analytics software were very expensive). We took a bunch of search queried that contained the brand name and a product category and placed short cuts to those categories "above the fold". Worked like a charm and I believed it counts as good usability. What I've understood Google has changed this so we cant parse the queries anymore.
Oct
3
comment Should a music player's previous button go back sequentially or by history?
As a Spotify user (and kick-ass ux-designer... But anyway) - This confuses me sometimes. My mental model of how it should work changes from time to time but I can't explain in which scenarios I think the back button should work historically or sequentially.
May
9
comment Why is it ok that apps don't respond to device orientation but webpages are expected to?
Me too. Thanks a lot buddy. I thought this would be a productive day today. :(
Apr
16
comment Can two interactive UI elements overlap each other
Yes, I'd love to see a wireframe.
Apr
16
comment Is there any good reasons to stick with full page refreshes any more
That's a good point. I've only thought about accessibility and ajax in terms of progressive enhancement but you could of course use a screen reader and have javaScript enabled.
Mar
17
comment Is it relevant to use “switches” buttons in non-mobile app?
I, as a user, find them slightly difficult to operate when I use a mouse.
Jan
23
comment Help with information architecture vocabulary
On the site the tags could both be used for purely describing the content but could also be used for contexual navigation. (Clicking the color blue on a product page displays all blue products) But I also want to know for better describe the fuctionality in documentation or in conversations with client and developers.
Jan
20
comment Why does the iOs Contacts app feature both a Quick search field and a alphabetical annotated scrollbar?
Yes, perhaps it's that simple.
Dec
9
comment Is it ok to use different fonts for translated versions of the same website?
Are you talking about the fonts in the logo? There is of course exceptions to the rule but in general people can't see (or care) the difference between Times New Roman or Georgia for example.
Nov
29
comment How best can I indicate a table cell is clickable?
Sorry, but I think that this solution will confuse the users into think that the number stands for products available.
Nov
20
comment Best layout for a settings page
Yes, it does I think and not very far from what you've designed.
Oct
29
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
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
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
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.
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.