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Feb
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comment How to push items to the top or bottom of the list in alphabetically sorted lists?
@GrahamHerrli I'm guessing because omega (Ω) is the last letter of the Greek alphabet--as in "the alpha and the omega"--so it makes sense for it to be last in the list.
Oct
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awarded  Revival
Oct
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comment How to handle reordering lists in iOS?
#1 is good if it's ok if lots of people don't find the feature (ie more of a power user thing), #2 seems weird but I could see it if the list was made of categories that you'd only ever sort once, #3 is a decent option if you need most users to actually sort IMO
Oct
12
comment How to handle reordering lists in iOS?
This model isn't intuitive to me since the act swiping side-to-side doesn't match the end result of moving the item up or down. Also, if I'm reading it right, passatgt mentioned in his post that each row already has a swipe action.
Oct
12
answered Big change vs. small incremental changes
Oct
12
comment How to convince a client that the website doesn’t need to be too animation-driven to stand out?
Not very helpful, but sometimes problems like these are best solved by establishing your expertise as a designer and only working clients who have trust in that ability.
Oct
12
comment How to convince a client that the website doesn’t need to be too animation-driven to stand out?
love the car comparison
Oct
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answered What are the best practices for representing a boolean field in a form?
Oct
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revised What is it about Instagram's layout that makes it so popular?
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Oct
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answered Simpler query builder UX for querying OLAP / Dimensionally Modelled data
Oct
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answered Pros/Cons of placing Login/Account in line with the main nav bar?
Oct
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answered How to create a good filtering and sorting system when there are 30+ options to choose from
Oct
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answered What is it about Instagram's layout that makes it so popular?
May
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answered Does grey always represents disabled condition?
Apr
22
comment Use of TWO hamburger menus in mobile app
There's another piece you may be hinting at... our job as designers is to create UI that solves people's problems. If you allow clients to dictate the solutions, you're cheating them out of the value they're paying for: an expert "UI maker". Showing the client their concerns are heard is essential... now explain to them that this decision is yours to make, and that they're in good hands!
Apr
22
comment Use of TWO hamburger menus in mobile app
Good answer. Showing user tests is a great way to convince clients.
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awarded  Good Answer
Feb
27
awarded  Yearling
Dec
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awarded  Nice Answer