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Apr
13
awarded  Necromancer
Apr
12
awarded  Explainer
Apr
11
answered Web version of a complex business form
Apr
11
revised Web version of a complex business form
tweaked linebreaks around image to make the text easier to read
Apr
11
suggested approved edit on Web version of a complex business form
Apr
11
answered Optimal duration for animating transitions
Apr
10
answered Price ranges vs concrete price for 3rd party vendors
Feb
9
awarded  Yearling
Feb
9
comment When logging out of a website that authenticates with Facebook, should the user be logged out of Facebook as well?
Sorry, @Majo0od but no. I'm a UX director at world-class companies and a practitioner for 10 years prior. Using highly-judgmental words like "sucks", "bad", and "awful" aren't in my practice and I deliberately don't use them. Without knowing the full usage context here, being judgmental is inappropriate. Judgmental UX cultures in my experience discourage collaboration and participation and make recipients feel small and scared. And anyway – UX is almost always a guess.
Feb
9
comment When logging out of a website that authenticates with Facebook, should the user be logged out of Facebook as well?
It does take more time. :) If you didn't have time for nuance I'd keep them logged in to support the most common use case, i.e. someone being logged in on their own device.
Feb
9
revised When logging out of a website that authenticates with Facebook, should the user be logged out of Facebook as well?
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Feb
9
comment When logging out of a website that authenticates with Facebook, should the user be logged out of Facebook as well?
The fact of the matter is people forget to log out of public computers all the time. FB makes it possible to know whether someone is signed in when they begin oAuth, so leverage this. Good UX typically requires a bit of nuance.
Feb
9
answered When logging out of a website that authenticates with Facebook, should the user be logged out of Facebook as well?
Oct
30
comment How to display context-sensitive help for buttons?
In that case, I'd use a persistent help icon [?] near each / both buttons that triggers in-context help (i.e. a popover or tooltip). I wouldn't do a hover over the button itself; if these are repeated-use in-app tools, then potentially triggering a hover whenever you use the button gets annoying. Having a question-mark icon near the button(s) lets the user trigger help for more info but doesn't get in the way of someone who has learned them already.
Oct
23
comment Where is the intersection between Information Architecture with Software Architecture?
Good answer... minor typo, the phrase is "Hail Mary". Tried to fix it but SE wouldn't let me make a change of just 1 character. :-/
Oct
23
answered How should adding a title be presented in a blog post editor?
Oct
23
comment How should adding a title be presented in a blog post editor?
Are they editing a text file in markdown, or are they using a web ui or gui to do the editing?
Oct
23
answered Bad error message for required field: “Please enter value”
Oct
23
revised Best Programs for Mapping Out Interaction
Fixed link to the correct template version of what I was talking about.
Oct
23
answered Best Programs for Mapping Out Interaction