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Jul
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awarded  Curious
Jul
12
comment How to create a business directory without business owners' explicit consent?
@rk. Well, it's for a relatively small city (around 300k habitants) so I don't think achieving high penetration per business is that hard. What's difficult is to find a way to let the business owners that the can modify the info stored in the page. Also, search engines have robots.txt for this purpuse I guess.
Jul
11
asked How to create a business directory without business owners' explicit consent?
May
18
comment Should “Like us on Facebook” be a required field on a form?
I don't even have a Facebook account, so I'd say no
May
4
comment Is it still effective and appropriate to use psychological pricing for IT people?
As a costumer, I'd say I rather see a $100 than $99. Besides, the ammount of new costumers you would get by using that kind of mind cheats are negligible
May
1
accepted Login without breaking the user flow
May
1
comment Login without breaking the user flow
Yeah, you are right. I was expecting to hear different opinion because this requires more work to implement :P Good example with Amazon btw. If someone has to get user flow right it is them
May
1
asked Login without breaking the user flow
Apr
10
accepted Traditional file upload vs repository
Mar
28
comment Traditional file upload vs repository
@MarjanVenema the idea was that as long as the user had JavaScript enabled, he could both select a file from the repository or upload one and select it in the moment
Mar
28
comment Traditional file upload vs repository
Thanks for the answer! When I gave it a bit more of thought I realized that, indeed, the downsides are more plentiful (specially in cases where a user uploads a repeted file to the repository, or wants to delete one after "sharing it"). The way I ended up implementing it, users do have a repository but they don't know it and don't have to manage it
Mar
26
asked Traditional file upload vs repository
Mar
26
awarded  Critic
Mar
6
awarded  Commentator
Mar
6
comment Adding restrictions vs. adding options
Thanks for the reply! Yeah, I'll probably go for the trial period approach, it seems like the best option. Also, yes, StackExchange should have a Digital Strategy Q&A site, UX is the closest place I found to ask this question
Mar
6
accepted Adding restrictions vs. adding options
Mar
6
comment Adding restrictions vs. adding options
Very good information! Surprising that both accounts emphasize the importance of keeping the costumers rather than getting them to pay for the service. I'll probably give all accounts a trial version and informing them that it will be switched back to the basic version
Mar
5
asked Adding restrictions vs. adding options
Feb
3
comment When is simplicity good in web design?
Thanks everyone for your answers. I think the gist of the answers was 'users will look over a cluttered design if the content is good' and 'do not hurt business for the sake of simplicity (but don't complicate it without a reason)'
Feb
3
accepted When is simplicity good in web design?