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awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
28
answered Can an icon depicting two arrows pointing in opposite direction be used as an indicator for “Follow me”
Sep
28
answered What are some of the negative consequences of using dark patterns in design?
Sep
26
answered Designing a Fluent Ribbon for a CRUD Application
Sep
21
answered Designing of a website which has 19 links and almost same number of sublinks
Sep
21
answered UX Facebook “Like” Page before the Good Stuff
Sep
20
answered What's the best way to create screenshots with callouts to show features of a program?
Sep
20
answered How to get the difference between Corporate and Consumer Branding across to clients?
Sep
20
answered Most User-Friendly Form Fields for Entering Date/Time?
Aug
30
revised Simplicity vs. Flexibility
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awarded  Editor
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awarded  Student
Aug
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revised Is per-company subdomain or single URL better for web app
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Aug
22
asked Is per-company subdomain or single URL better for web app
Aug
18
comment Unambiguous way to display timezone information in a compact manner
Love the city idea (I would use state/country), but I hate normalized times - this always ends up displaying someting that is either complete nonsense (like showing the local time at my home town for a face-to-face meeting at teh otehr side of the world) or plain wrong (normelized time + daylight saving time change = being one hour late for a meeting)
Aug
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awarded  Beta
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comment Simplicity vs. Flexibility
@Christian - maybe, it all depends on what app you are writing, if it's an accounting package those geeks wouldn't use it anyway, on the other side if it's an open source alternative to a Microsoft product those geeks would use it with or without the flexibility.
Aug
10
awarded  Teacher
Aug
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answered Simplicity vs. Flexibility
Aug
10
answered Is there a “nice” way to show navigation icons so they don't clutter the UI?