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Aug
20
comment 0 to 10 rating system alternative
@supercat: oh, I wasn't suggesting to expose all the choices to the end user. But if a Likert-like scale is used, the results should be processed according to the Kano model to produce meaningful data. E.g. "extremely dissatisfied" with system speed could be assigned value of -10, while "extremely satisfied" would be only +2 since the negative impact of poor speed is likely greater than the positive impact of having better-than-satisfactory speed
Aug
20
comment 0 to 10 rating system alternative
@supercat: kano model attempts to formalize the importance of features in planning process, it could make sense to measure implementation against the same "curved" value scale
Aug
20
awarded  Yearling
Aug
20
answered 0 to 10 rating system alternative
May
5
comment How do you create a taxonomy for products?
Where about can I see multiple breadcrumb trails on Amazon? This came up in a conversation and, looking for an example, I couldn't find any :(
Apr
23
answered Which browsers allow users to reveal passwords in password fields?
Feb
12
comment Desktop patterns for displaying long lists of sorted data
I agree with the sentiment of physically scrolling the mouse wheel being a terrible way to discover content. Personally, with appropriate data, I would welcome scrollable content as something that can be navigated through with a scroll wheel, a scroll bar and/or page up and down buttons, I simply want to enhance that experience with appropriate hints and shortcuts. Think about it this way - if you have a massive excel spreadsheet, you want to retain the scrollbars not come up with alternative pagination!
Feb
12
comment Desktop patterns for displaying long lists of sorted data
Great point with increasing scroll accuracy! I don't want to interfere with the native scrollbar (e.g. by replacing it with a drag bar) and I feel that overlaying information in this way could be a bit too intrusive for the user.
Feb
12
asked Desktop patterns for displaying long lists of sorted data
Feb
10
awarded  Benefactor
Feb
10
accepted How to reference (and provide links to) online content in offline media?
Feb
10
comment How to reference (and provide links to) online content in offline media?
...I actually like the footnote direction so much I will award the bounty to this answer over the most popular one. Thank you!
Feb
6
comment How to reference (and provide links to) online content in offline media?
@MarkSloan: that is one of the concerns I wanted to have explored. In my mind, take-home publications are likely to accompany an end-user's online experience - which drove my assumption that a short alphanumeric URL would be appropriate.
Feb
5
awarded  Nice Question
Feb
3
comment How to reference (and provide links to) online content in offline media?
This could work quite well for CMS content (where IDs could be reused) but due to heterogeneous nature of the environment there are a lot, if not a majority, of pages off-CMS
Feb
3
comment How to reference (and provide links to) online content in offline media?
+1, I especially like the footnote direction; don't think I've seen it done much in the wild
Feb
3
comment How to reference (and provide links to) online content in offline media?
@MikeMersereau: +1, very thorough advice. I feel not all of it is 100% relevant to our situation as we're consistently linking internal content, i.e. same domain URLs.
Feb
2
awarded  Promoter
Jan
21
revised How to reference (and provide links to) online content in offline media?
added subjective case against vanity urls
Jan
21
awarded  Commentator