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Jul
7
comment User Manual vs User Guide vs Documentation vs Quick Reference vs Handbook
@dendini - Of course you can use Google in several countries and see which term will get you most results. But I can't think of a better alternative than asking real users. Maybe you can find new users that are just about to start using the product?
Jul
7
comment User Manual vs User Guide vs Documentation vs Quick Reference vs Handbook
re. close vote: why should this question be 'too broad'?
Jun
27
comment UX principles for multilanguage websites?
Wow, probably the longest question on this site :) Valuable questions though but I got the feeling you will get more and much better answers if they were broken down into a few separate questions. Just a thought...
Jun
19
comment Radio button and Progressive disclosure good practice
+1 for indenting and styling the form
Jun
3
comment In my Android pollen app, I am adding a tip box. Should this be a pop up or something else?
@theGreenCabbage In it's current form this question is likly going to be closed as site reviews are off-topic for ux.stackexchange.com. It would be good if the question was phrased in a more general way so that it's also helpful for other use cases.
May
31
comment On Click or On Hover for mega menu in responsive design?
'Hover on the way out' because of mobile? I know some big still with 70%+ desktop traffic so that's a bit hard to believe.
May
11
comment jQuery - best way to present huge amount of scrollable data
While I think that this is a UX problem the question is asked in a way that it's easy to confuse with an implementation problem. Rather than focusing on the best solution using jQuery I think users of ux.stackexchange could better help if the problem was described more from a user point of view, i.e. what data you are presenting, who your audience is, what the use cases are and, connected to all this, what options you already looked at.
Apr
10
comment Should we use 'Title Case' or 'Sentence case' for headlines and buttons?
+1 for adding "adherence of guidelines" as a new aspect to the discussion
Apr
1
comment What tools do you use for user testing at the early stages of production?
@Bishopanonymous Maybe you can find some inspiration here: ux.stackexchange.com/questions/29227/…
Mar
30
comment Displaying filters in the multiple query search engine
Showing the selected value in the filter dropdown (3rd option) works, until you start allowing multiple values being selected..
Mar
28
comment What is the best way to display language changing option?
This website is made for you: flagsarenotlanguages.com/blog And this might be helpful too: ux.stackexchange.com/questions/37017/…
Mar
27
comment Should we use 'Title Case' or 'Sentence case' for headlines and buttons?
+1 Thanks for taking the time to add more details!
Mar
27
comment Should we use 'Title Case' or 'Sentence case' for headlines and buttons?
Interesting. Would be great if you could add an example that makes this a bit more 'tangible'.
Mar
15
comment Balancing Overall Website Identity with Microsite Identity
I think this could be a valid question if it was re-phrased on not specific to one case and the code of this case. Just an idea: Two navigations on one site (but for two sites) might be confusing. For a long time Amazon had their logo disply "Home" or ".com" when hovering so it became clear the user would go to the home page. Logos are usually loading the home page and you could emphasize this fact like Amazon did while keeping the navigation mainly for the microsite itself. Downside: Hover effects don't work on mobile.
Mar
9
comment eCommerce: single currency vs multiple currencies?
@Ayyash This can be a problem if currency exchange rates would change suddenly and massively. In the case described in the OP it's about software (not like physical goods that are bought for a certain price and need to be sold above a certain level to avoid losses).
Mar
9
comment What is a Plain English term for “Device” in the USA?
@Racheet Agree with the comment about copy and UX. However, it's a fine balance. While the question might not be strictly off topic for UX I think a migration to english.stackexchange.com/about will lead to even more great answers.
Mar
6
comment What is a Plain English term for “Device” in the USA?
This question appears to be off topic for ux.stackexchange.com and should be migrated to english.stackexchange.com
Jan
5
comment How to deal with very small droppable area in touch devices?
+1 Interesting question and some helpful answers
Dec
26
comment What is the best way to show various options dependent on another user's account?
Maybe a wireframe would help to understand which problem should be solved? Not sure only looking at one screen will help as this sound more like a user flow issue. I can think of various scenarious here, e.g. inviting users as a group moderator from a group moderation page, inviting from my list of contacts, from a search result page, from an uploaded list of email addresses etc.
Dec
20
comment What kind of text editor should I use for a reddit-like website?
Agree with @CharlesWesley - IMHO a good question that is also related to UX. Which text editor is capable of solving the requirements described and providing a good balance of usability but also security at the same time?