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Feb
10
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Feb
7
answered Simple filter to allow for either AND or OR
Feb
4
answered Is there a better way than a drop down HTML select to offer website users a long list of links to jump to?
Feb
4
comment Should password be set by users without security check?
Brute forcing above a very low level should not be a factor in security user experience - there should be technical measures that prevent this from happening. (Unless your password DB gets stolen, but then you have bigger problems...) The burden should not be passed onto the user. The more likely attack is password/email pairs being stolen from other sites. Helping the user understand more about why (if?) they need a unique password is the best defense here.
Feb
4
answered Should password be set by users without security check?
Feb
4
revised Why do credit card forms ask for Visa, MasterCard, etc.?
added 9 characters in body
Feb
3
comment Why do credit card forms ask for Visa, MasterCard, etc.?
So we have a partial, unreliable, or unavailable method of distinguishing debit or credit cards, which isn't a viable real-world solution and leaves us with the fact that this is why many stores ask customers to select their card type.
Feb
3
revised Why do credit card forms ask for Visa, MasterCard, etc.?
added stackoverflow answer
Feb
3
comment Why do credit card forms ask for Visa, MasterCard, etc.?
@alastair Sorry, miss-read your comment - how do you distinguish between a credit card and debit card?
Feb
3
revised Why do credit card forms ask for Visa, MasterCard, etc.?
edited body
Feb
3
answered Why do credit card forms ask for Visa, MasterCard, etc.?
Nov
4
comment Could the agile development process be in detriment of the UX for early adopters?
Maybe you're just getting older and value your time differently now? ;-)
Nov
4
answered Could the agile development process be in detriment of the UX for early adopters?
Oct
23
answered Is there a specific method/Approach to improve UX/UI?
Oct
23
comment How to highlight the selected option when there are only 2 elements
It's difficult only if the concepts of what the button is doing is not clear. The icons presented in the question together with conventions around this functionality should combine to be clear. Changing a page layout falls into the "non-critical/added bonus" category of features so some discovery rather than absolute clarity can be acceptable or even desired (as it can lead to a feeling of mastery). However all this is moot given the question ruled it out...
Oct
22
comment How to highlight the selected option when there are only 2 elements
Oops. Read that and forgot it by the time I was answering. Oh well...
Oct
22
answered How to highlight the selected option when there are only 2 elements
Oct
21
comment Is asking the user to “Activate Now” to activate an offer a good user experience?
Certainly for the company I'm working for, the promo-codes offers and offers applied directly from an email are seen as equivalent marketing activities. My experience is not having to activate an offer does improve the experience by removing many of the negatives.
Oct
18
answered Is asking the user to “Activate Now” to activate an offer a good user experience?
Oct
18
awarded  Yearling