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I am a freelance UX Designer & Project manager. I like all things Agile, clients with cool project ideas, learning by doing, inspirational stuff.


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awarded  Yearling
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comment How long to keep an Undo option available?
Thanks everyone! There is no maximum time allowed from legal perspective, if a case is not urgent, theoretically a doctor can change their mind even in several days. Re: irreversible - what I meant is that once the action is actually submitted to the system it can not be reversed, it's equivalent to a doctor putting his final sign off on a medical procedure. My concern about allowing maximum possible Undo time (which theoretically is forever) is that this may teach the users that they can just choose "just whatever" now and then fix later, it's not the behavior the app is supposed to promote.
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asked How long to keep an Undo option available?
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awarded  Good Question
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awarded  Popular Question
Mar
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answered What's the best way to kill useless features?
Mar
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answered Should a desktop app open by default in fullscreen mode?
Mar
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comment Why are most public restroom faucets so short?
@rahul you're right, I should have phrased the dutch as simply Scandinavian-like very tall people ;)
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awarded  Commentator
Mar
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comment How to work with visual designers who treat wireframes as literal graphic suggestions?
Thank you Miriam, unfortunately we had also time constraint so we had to go with "not so good" end visual design when something like this happened. Usually the designers show their portfolio of web design projects and in most cases it looks very good, so we usually don't have the reason to extensively question the abilities until wireframes come into play, so I'm extremely interesting what happens in apparently otherwise good web designer's head when he/she needs to work with wireframes.
Mar
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comment Displaying table contents on small devices
Thank you @JonW I'll do my best to phrase my question better next time, I'm not sure I entirely understand though how asking "is there some patterns or solutions for..." (mentioned Q) is a question that can be answered more explicitly than asking if there are more examples/solutions for the problem. Essentially it's the same type of question I believe. Btw, when I create "Displaying table contents on small devices" question the scrollable list of related Qs doesnt show the "Table data in mobile phones" question, so its hard to know if duplicate exists: screencast.com/t/l6LSJrJ1F4hf
Mar
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comment Displaying table contents on small devices
Thank you for advice, I'll check it. I actually haven't responded to the question you're mentioning - that's another Marina and I have nothing to do with that person. It would be great if you could clarify why this question doesn't fit the format. Thank you!
Mar
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asked Displaying table contents on small devices
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answered Why are most public restroom faucets so short?
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answered How does a “mental model” relate to an information model
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answered Dashed underline on required fields
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awarded  Teacher
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answered How important is the search box?
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comment How to work with visual designers who treat wireframes as literal graphic suggestions?
You are very right, this is a workflow problem, not necessarily problem with wireframes. So far as you can see I intentionally tested the solutions which wouldn't make the designer change their workflow or their approach, and I hoped that a slightly different input (like rougher wireframes) might just do the trick. Now I see that the trick lies within the workflow and communications, exactly as you suggest.
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awarded  Supporter