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Jul
29
reviewed Approve Show a district map below an address
Jul
24
reviewed Approve Why aren't HTML5 typed number inputs right aligned, and should they be?
Jul
1
comment Mixing many different output types in one layout
(1) consider losing the card metaphor and see what you come up with. Fresh design + some training may be cheaper than long term inefficient UI metaphor. (2) I see it not so much a question of widgets than of layout and design. (3) Web applications do a lot of this (issue trackers / help desk come to mind).
Jun
25
comment What is the preferred way to format phone numbers when supporting international ones?
Yes please this! This allows for all i18n weirdness, grouping for comfortable reading etc. Downside, however: operators must be trained (or guided) to enter full phone numbers e.g. with country + area code. Lists generated from this data without additional formatting may look ugly and unprofessional. Modern online services are way ahead of every static library in figuring out how to dial such a number - butthat's not an option wihtout internet connection.
Jun
25
answered Are there specific approaches in UI design to reduce the risk of RSI?
Jun
25
reviewed Approve Best way to have volume buttons on phone?
Jun
25
reviewed Approve Files size units: “KiB” vs “KB” vs “KB”
Jun
19
comment How to indicate changes in the preview of a grid
@user207607: As a general solution, you can indicate which pages contain changes, or you put it on one page, let the user scroll and use a color-coded navbar / scrollbar to find changes. But why a user needs to see / review changes: what drives them, why would they spend the time? Your solution depends on that.
Jun
11
reviewed Approve How should the favorites be organized in the breadcrumbs section?
Jun
9
reviewed Approve How do you deal with complex data entry, creating related records within a record within a record?
Jun
5
reviewed Approve What does a psychology research graduate need to develop to become ready for a career in UX/HCI?
Jun
4
reviewed Approve How to provide an “easy to understand” UI to display/hide checked items?
Jun
4
reviewed No Action Needed How do you allow users to undo actions when the application supports autosave
Jun
4
reviewed Reviewed Why do manufacturers of most small/medium refrigerators default the door to swing counter-clockwise?
Jun
4
comment Why do manufacturers of most small/medium refrigerators default the door to swing counter-clockwise?
Hello and welcome to ux! Please not that stackexchange wants answers to be complete and standalone. Auxillary replies like yours would better fit a comment.
Jun
3
reviewed Approve Why are X, Y and Z axes represented by Red, Green, and Blue?
Jun
2
reviewed Approve Does visual design really affect UX?
Jun
2
comment Why are X, Y and Z axes represented by Red, Green, and Blue?
red is long wavelength (see e.g. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Light#/media/File:EM_spectrum.svg), I've already updated your answer.
Jun
2
revised Why are X, Y and Z axes represented by Red, Green, and Blue?
fixed long vs. short wavelength (red is long)
May
29
revised Is Shift+Click for item selection a historical mistake?
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