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bio website dribbble.com/mattermill
location Los Angeles, CA
age 27
visits member for 2 years, 7 months
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Interface designerliving in Los ANgeles by way of Missouri.


May
14
asked My team has to build an app that requires a Facebook auth to enter a sweepstakes. At what stage should the authorization happen?
Feb
27
answered Layout of information on registration page
Feb
26
answered Do people actually use tooltips?
Feb
25
answered What to do about “occasional” recommendation in a decision support application
Feb
22
awarded  Teacher
Feb
21
answered Vertical scroll down navigation for Facebook app?
Jan
21
comment What rules does Google use to make a button gray, blue, or red on their sites?
I've always wondered this and, yes, it is a very legitimate user experience question and I'd like to know if anyone has an answer.
Jan
17
comment Should users be forced to go through a walkthrough?
I think this answer is taking some liberties with defining what a walkthrough is. Are a couple of tooltips with arrows pointing to certain important page controls considered a walkthrough? For example, if upon my first login to a billings software suite I am presented with a couple of small overlays with an arrow showing me where the time tracking button, button to view my reports, etc. is this considered a walkthrough or just a helpful visual?
Dec
12
asked Order of items in a checklist vs the order those items are checked off
Oct
11
answered Is there a service where I can upload product screen shots and get feedback from users?
Oct
4
awarded  Autobiographer
Oct
4
awarded  Supporter
Oct
4
awarded  Scholar
Oct
4
accepted Tooltip Verbage: “This will prevent changes” vs “Currently allowing changes”
Oct
2
awarded  Student
Oct
1
awarded  Editor
Oct
1
revised Tooltip Verbage: “This will prevent changes” vs “Currently allowing changes”
edited title
Oct
1
asked Tooltip Verbage: “This will prevent changes” vs “Currently allowing changes”