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Oct
10
awarded  Student
Aug
22
answered How can I write a UI guideline for website?
Aug
8
answered How do you arrive at a information architecture from a mental model?
Aug
8
comment Rapid content audits, can this be done?
is bypassing the front end and going straight to the backend a problem/possibility?
Aug
8
answered Good idea to accept only JPEG uploads on a social media site?
Aug
8
answered Mobile Augmented Reality App. What pattern for AR visualization and navigation?
Jul
19
answered Double confirmation for DELETE action?
Jul
18
answered User tasks vs. user goals?
Jun
15
comment Best practices for multiple buttons
@Ana, I think you're doing quite well already. The fonts could be bigger but I'm sure that isn't really an issue.
Jun
15
comment Degrading select/filters when no javascript
thanks, php is my main as well.
Jun
15
comment Degrading select/filters when no javascript
@DA01, sure but just as an example to make it simple to understand the question.
Jun
14
asked Degrading select/filters when no javascript
Mar
7
awarded  Commentator
Mar
7
comment Do people find someone in a list faster by name or a profile picture of the person?
@BenjaminMalley, it might be from 1997 but research takes time. I wouldn't be surprised if the research is still fairly accurate but then again, sometimes research changes very quickly.
Mar
6
awarded  Yearling
Feb
15
comment What are we calling the 3 lines button in mobile apps?
Just call it 'the menu'. "tap on the menu to expand it". Users are going to abstract the name away at some point anyway so why not beat them to it.
Feb
15
comment Is it bad practice to reset a user's focus to the first input item?
If a user is using tab then you can assume that the user 'expects' a certain behavior. Tabbing back to the top element is not an expected behavior in any application as far as I know. It would be best to avoid this unexpected behavior since tab behavior is fairly well established. It will confuse the user to NOT see the cursor jump down in the expected progression and they'll have to break their thought process to figure out what happened.
Feb
14
comment What reason could Nintendo have had for putting the A and B buttons the wrong way round?
@Urbycoz agreed. The thumb joint can jostle up and down while still pressing down on the finger pad.
Feb
14
comment What reason could Nintendo have had for putting the A and B buttons the wrong way round?
@MichaelKjörling haha that's true. I suppose you could beat the game without running or using fireballs if you timed all your jumps well.
Feb
13
comment What reason could Nintendo have had for putting the A and B buttons the wrong way round?
@Urbycoz, yeah but who ever played mario without always holding the B button down to run. I don't know anyone that played it with mario just running. Plus, B was used for fireballs. That's a pretty important task.