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Oct
9
comment using facebook for signup on mobile / practical experience for downsides
please provide a link to where they claim questions with only one 'correct' answer; I honestly wouldn't even know what that means other than 1+1=2; in general, there could be a best answer but not only one 'correct' answer
Oct
9
comment using facebook for signup on mobile / practical experience for downsides
@MattObee thx - I had seen the second one; the argument of the more the better seems a bit difficult. The key issue with FB login as addressed further down is the giving of permissions and it seems like more mobile apps are moving to an auth only model with FB (whereas previously it was also used to post to FB). The Gigya data, if real, is interesting. A 500% higher login rate via FB over Twitter or Gmail. I would assume that that is given the three options. Makes a pretty strong case for a FB only to start with.
Oct
9
comment using facebook for signup on mobile / practical experience for downsides
@JonW not trying to argue but where do I ask "What's your favroite?" - on the contrary to what you're saying, I don't think every answer would be equally valid (which seems like a silly statement to start with). I don't post here that much but people seem to not really like questions.
Oct
9
comment using facebook for signup on mobile / practical experience for downsides
please point me to where SE says there is only one answer. If I look at this, stackoverflow.com/help/dont-ask it seems to describe the question I'm asking. Again, I'll repeat myself. You probably don't have the experience necessary to answer the question but that just means it's probably not relevant to you which is fine. I think you're confusing experience with subjectivity which is common.
Oct
9
comment using facebook for signup on mobile / practical experience for downsides
I specifically asked for experience of other people with a similar type project. I have done FB / email before and interested in specific experience with FB only. Maybe you don't have experience and, hence, it's not relevant to you. That doesn't mean that it isn't a valid question. Obviously, we've had internal discussions and I don't find them that convincing.
Aug
15
comment what's it called when you have a navigation that appears only after user has scrolled down a certain perentage
cool - got the sticky part but what about the fade-in; like a fade-in sticky?
Nov
4
comment difference between liking and following something
thx, that seems accurate. Liking / Following clearly have a context wrapper that determines that follow-up activity.
Nov
2
comment difference between liking and following something
so that's the key issue. facebook seems to make liking something get updates from it but a lot of people don't like it. However, facebook is a bit of an anomoly due to its size. thx
Oct
31
comment difference between liking and following something
@DannyVarod if you liked something, would you expect to be alerted about updates to it?
Oct
31
comment difference between liking and following something
so, as an end user, would you want / expect to be updated - not necassarily check in on it. Would you feel that if you liked something that you might also need to follow it? I guess that's more the question that I'm wondering about.
Aug
15
comment How do you make sure UX is part of a new web strategy?
get the book Lean UX; it's short and has reasonable answers to all of the questions. Most importantly, factor in two things (1) the culture of your company and (2) how you can make your bosses look better in the eyes of the other people.
Aug
15
comment What is the standard practice for a mouse-over “highlight” of a picture that is under the cursor?
if a website, I like how instagram does it, where it shows meta information and expands out the layout. Very clean but has a lot of information when desired.
Aug
15
comment Graphic representation of various data types
why would an end-user need to know the format? a user is expected to know the difference between 0 and 1 meaning. PROGRAMMERS CAN'T EVEN AGREE ON THAT!
Aug
12
comment how to handle a designer when a design looks bad / getting the best landing page design from a new designer
just an email specifying the colors; it's a green field project so no style guide yet.
Aug
12
comment how to handle a designer when a design looks bad / getting the best landing page design from a new designer
If you're doing freelance, speed is always an issue. Usally, I ask him them if they think they can do a good job in the specified time frame. I fully understand the more time thing but usually in an hour and a half, you either can make it look good or not.
Aug
12
comment how to handle a designer when a design looks bad / getting the best landing page design from a new designer
definitely could be - I always feel like great designers though can do great work quickly. Like a generic boring design is of concern. Like the design for this site (the blue top pieces) would be fine; like it looks modern and fine. But a bad blog from 2005, ugh...
Aug
12
comment how to handle a designer when a design looks bad / getting the best landing page design from a new designer
not getting colors right is inexcusable
Aug
12
comment how to handle a designer when a design looks bad / getting the best landing page design from a new designer
If you can give a designer an OmniGraffle of a layout, they should be able to make it look modern and good. Like I said, I agree with your points, he's probably not the guy for me.
Aug
12
comment how to handle a designer when a design looks bad / getting the best landing page design from a new designer
Thx for response. So I probably should have been more explicit about the 'back and forthing'; I always want them to email me specific questions about how I want it to look. A lot o f designers spend WAY too much time on the actual biz logic which is really irrelevant. When working with a new designer, I always end every email with "If any questions, please let me know" so to not email about color schemes is unforgivable. I agree with your other points. I know an hour and a half is not a lot of time but to be honest, most designers are now expected to do a design for a job interview.
Mar
29
comment What's it called when a post 'brings' in multimedia content from another site, like YouTube or Flickr?
thx,makes sense. we are using some ruby code called onebox which is why I hear that sometimes.