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bio website bradorego.com
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Experience Designer/Developer by day, Entrepreneur by night. Dancer by passion.

Founder and Lead Developer of Trinker - the party app


Oct
6
comment Text link distinction
As someone who just now read the question and response, I would never make the connection that a tiny Unicode arrow next to the text means there would be a pop-up. I think the bigger question is why there are two types of data/interaction that are so closely linked visually/graphically. Bound by keyword or not, are these two things so similar such that you're trying to force an indicator into it, or should they be more visually distinct?
Jul
25
awarded  Critic
Jul
25
comment Are Switches supposed to have diagonals?
Is there any research to back up the "users are slower because it's slanted" claim, or is that just heresay/intuition?
Feb
23
awarded  Yearling
Feb
23
answered What does “mobile-first” mean?
Oct
8
answered When to use different colors?
Sep
1
awarded  Autobiographer
Mar
6
comment Why do most public toilet doors open inwards?
Way too lazy to look it up but this is 100% fire/architectural code. Doors pretty much always open toward the smaller room, or toward the inside if it's an exterior door.
Mar
5
answered How to solve Design/UX problems using more tangible/fun techniques?
Mar
5
comment What is the best interaction pattern for entering a range on a mobile phone?
This. Considering you want to use PhoneGap/Android, consider using jquerymobile.com. They have really good/easy to use support for stuff like this.
Mar
5
answered How to design identical UI for cross platform Mobile app?
Feb
16
answered How to convey where a client is in your process?
Jan
27
comment What is the difference between a UX Designer and a Product Manager?
I also feel like the PM is more concerned with the project as a whole, and the people involved, whereas a UX Designer really only cares about building the solution to best fit the customer's needs
Jan
27
comment How to indicate which section you're in, in a flat list?
I think colors is an excellent idea here (even if you don't use red/yellow/whatever - you could use colors that fit within your design/color scheme (e.g. varying intensities of blue). Another possibility is to have a tiny scrollbar always visible (think Google's new scrollbar), so users have an idea of where they are in the list
Jan
24
answered Examples of data collection methods about users and context in hospitals?
Jan
23
comment How to organize a form with many fields?
I should've just posted my comment as an answer T_T :P
Jan
23
answered Is there any research available about the speed of working with a mouse vs. working with a trackpad?
Jan
23
comment How to organize a form with many fields?
Is it completely necessary to display all of these fields on the same screen? It seems like there're a few separate sections here that all deal with different information (contact info, vehicle, contract, etc.), so it might be possible to break up the workflow a bit (as much as I loathe wizards). Also, are there instances where you could auto-fill data (e.g. they provide Zip code, you fill in City/State?)
Jan
21
comment Is this site's colour scheme readable?
Is there any particular reason there are 3 different fonts (header, intro, body) going on here? As stated, small serifs on a screen are bad for readability, but in most successful minimalist designs I've seen, there's one font (for simplicity/consistency's sake)
Jan
20
awarded  Editor