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Nov
11
comment A better way to display a forum thread
Any chance you could make a graphical / animated representation of this idea?
Oct
2
comment Do screen readers for blind people require content to be put in `<li>` to be usable?
Just came across css-tricks.com/navigation-in-lists-to-be-or-not-to-be (thanks @Pete) -- interesting read.
Oct
2
comment Do screen readers for blind people require content to be put in `<li>` to be usable?
Indeed, but shouldn't screen readers be smart enough to recognize a group of links, especially if they're enhanced by semantic tags? Ie. <nav><a>Link 1</a><a>Link 2</a><a>Link 3</a></nav>
Oct
2
comment Do screen readers for blind people require content to be put in `<li>` to be usable?
I understand that, but I was under the impression that screen readers allowed people to understand and traverse content regardless of whether or not the content was organized into lists?
Oct
2
comment Do screen readers for blind people require content to be put in `<li>` to be usable?
In what way does it help? I'm all for using lists for actual bulleted or numbered lists -- I do not, however, understand why people has to use lists to divide any collection or group of items when they can just use <div>, or better, nothing at all. Please see the SO link in the updated question for more.
May
31
comment How usable are outlined buttons?
Would it be possible to share the designs used in those tests?
May
31
comment How usable are outlined buttons?
The Designmodo one had some bad examples. I've removed it and rewritten my question slightly.
Oct
16
comment Should dropdown menus be indicated by arrows?
Kinda similar, I guess, to how some avoid making their footer links blue underline since the whole thing already looks like a footer and users know what to expect?
Oct
16
comment Should dropdown menus be indicated by arrows?
Great. Can my regular small dropdown links then use arrows (serving as a clue I guess, plus I'm okay with arrows here since the tiny size makes them less prominent) - whereas my one main big navbar, which also looks like a main big navbar, doesn't?
Oct
16
comment Should dropdown menus be indicated by arrows?
I see many perfectly designed sites dropping the arrows when doing their main navbars though. And there's no doubt, it does look a lot cleaner than if they were to include arrows.
Aug
6
comment Advantages of big forms (especially in ecommerce)
Sorry, I meant 12px labels, like Wikipedia - which is also how Google did it before they got their new designer. There's just something conservative about those type of forms - styled to look like they haven't been styled at all - which I believe also has their fair share of positive psychological effects. I.e. "we've been around for a long time, trust us, we know what we're doing" etc. Having said that, damn Stack Exchange's big ass forms look good!
Mar
1
comment Facebook Like button too intruding?
UX is the effect of graphic design, so yeah, this is a UX question. Find something better to do than running around closing posts just to improve your reputation.
Feb
22
comment Arial vs Verdana for ecommerce sites
Thanks man! Gave me a lot to think about. Basically it's an international online retailer for womens fashion, much like your Harrods. I recently heard that one of the things women hate the most about their boyfriends is when they change their voice to sound more friendly, so maybe the Arial / Helvetica route is the way to go?
Feb
22
comment Arial vs Verdana for ecommerce sites
Yes, this would be the base screen font. I'll be using pro fonts for the promotion / marketing material though.