2,940 reputation
430
bio website dennislees.com
location Morgantown, WV
age 35
visits member for 2 years, 11 months
seen 4 mins ago

I'm a dual citizen of Ireland and the United States. I'm currently based in West Virginia, though I've lived and worked in Europe and Asia, and have traveled the world.

I'm currently operating as a UX Manager at a large internet security company, and provide web optimization consulting on the side.

I like tech stuff, learning new things, and picking up my cats with one hand to make myself feel big and strong.


Dec
7
reviewed Reject why are the names on sports jerseys in all caps
Dec
6
reviewed Approve Is it OK to autocorrect users when they have mistyped parts of their email address?
Dec
5
comment Can we expect users to close popovers by just clicking away?
@Andrew This may be true, but it doesn't mean they're infallible, or incapable of deploying something imperfect. My take is that big companies sometimes get things wrong because they're big (Microsoft being the extreme example) or simply because they can afford to. This all reminds me of sending an article to a (ecommerce site-owning) client, explaining multiple ways in which carousels are bad. He sent back a link to the Nike homepage. One big carousel. Something we can demonstrate to be a poor practice, in use by one of the biggest brands on the planet.
Dec
5
reviewed Approve Is it OK to autocorrect users when they have mistyped parts of their email address?
Dec
5
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
5
comment Should language be part of a website url?
Also, no need for the scare quotes or italics on "Domain Authority". This is not an arbitrary term or concept. It's a metric developed by the Seattle-based company Moz (formerly SEOMoz) that had been embraced by the industry.
Dec
5
comment Should language be part of a website url?
@earthmeLon - You can use rel="canonical" to distinguish between pages on different sites. Yes. But canonical URLs don't make any reference to language or region. hreflang essentially replaces and can be used the place of rel canonical. As for requiring a single domain to which you give whatever. Doesn't really make sense. Two different CCTLDs; .com and .com.mx, both can deliver similar content for the same brand, canonical or hreflang can be used, but they are obviously not one single domain.
Dec
4
accepted How to know when to be concerned about accessibility?
Dec
4
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
4
revised Should language be part of a website url?
added 174 characters in body
Dec
4
comment Should language be part of a website url?
@corsiKa - Flags may be used a lot, but in a lot of cases they're used incorrectly. The site flagsarenotlanguages.com shows the multitude of ways of getting the flag/language/country thing wrong. Most designers put a lot less attention than necessary into this feature. As you've mentioned it, I'll edit my answer to work it in. Thanks.
Dec
4
comment Should language be part of a website url?
+1 for empathetic problem solving. Perhaps @Mark can take then into account when considering his eventual implementation.
Dec
4
reviewed Approve Should a customer/product support forum display the name of the asker?
Dec
4
revised Should language be part of a website url?
added 3 characters in body
Dec
4
revised Should language be part of a website url?
added 3 characters in body
Dec
4
answered Should language be part of a website url?
Dec
4
reviewed Reject why are the names on sports jerseys in all caps
Dec
3
revised How to know when to be concerned about accessibility?
Changed title
Dec
3
asked How to know when to be concerned about accessibility?
Dec
3
reviewed Approve What is the difference between login throttling and temporary account lockout? what impact on the end user?