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Jun
9
answered Alternatives to using “frequency words” like yearly, monthly, quarterly
Jun
9
comment Lean UX Stretegies
Hi there, I think your question is going to struggle for positive attention in its current form. Questions that work best are clear and concise, and will potentially lead to answers that will provide lasting value for future readers. You're talking about a complex multi-discipline practice, and it's not really clear what your main question is. You might benefit from trying to condense what you've provided into one concise question that you can use as a title ('Lean UX Strategies' is too vague and not a question) If you can't do this, then you need to refine your ideas.
Jun
9
answered Print icon placement on a webpage
Jun
8
answered Instagram: Photo-viewing Experience
Mar
27
accepted How to avoid big banks of buttons?
Mar
27
comment How to avoid big banks of buttons?
Yup, I'm probably going to go with something like this, thanks.
Mar
27
comment How to avoid big banks of buttons?
It does, thanks.
Mar
26
comment How to avoid big banks of buttons?
Good input, thanks. Regarding the provision of more helpful information, unfortunately we're not really in a position to approach developers with anything more than "strip and tweak" changes. Right now, if it's a costly change/update, it's not going to get approved. Your advice is good though, but perhaps for a time when we can make some real changes.
Mar
26
comment How to avoid big banks of buttons?
I'd like to avoid hiding stuff in dropdowns as much as possible, but it's a good point about color. We could just change to an empty button shape, like the "default" button in Bootstrap 3.
Mar
26
asked How to avoid big banks of buttons?
Feb
27
awarded  Yearling
Feb
17
comment What should be displayed when the user selects an overall category?
This seems like it would depend a lot on the implementation. It'd be really helpful if you could put together a quick wireframe of the current set up, or of your suggested fix (i.e. showing subcategories)
Feb
16
comment How can a retractable pen design be enhanced to discourage users from clicking the pen frequently?
We just landed a probe on a comet 4 billon miles away, we could use appropriate materials and noise cancellation technology to make a pen that made no perceivable sound - the problem is that one would retail for $5,000-$10,000. Your question should make reference to the challenge as being cost prohibitive, not impossible.
Feb
14
reviewed Approve How to determine color palettes visible for the colorblind?
Feb
9
reviewed Reject How far should UX venture in graphic design territory?
Feb
7
reviewed Approve What's the best way to show active state?
Feb
6
revised Usability problem when using multiple selection combobox
changed screen to pane
Feb
6
answered Effect of an image avatar on user's work with comments
Feb
6
reviewed Approve Effect of an image avatar on user's work with comments
Feb
6
comment Is a product feature list suitable to display in a table?
@shahar - in that case everything is just a table without the gridlines : ) Saying that, there was a time on the web when everything was actually tables. Surely it's the containment within a grid that makes something a table? That's what we've gotta be talking about here. Otherwise, anything(s) that have visual linear relationships could be called "tabular", and that doesn't sound right, does it?