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Jul
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awarded  Nice Question
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
May
5
accepted Is there a standard icon for web accessibility?
May
5
comment Is there a standard icon for web accessibility?
+1. The site needs an icon like this because the icon's purpose isn't to announce that my site is accessible. The icon and its related service (improving the accessibility of other people's websites) would be on a page explaining what all of my services are. It's a B2B site for my portfolio.
May
1
asked Is there a standard icon for web accessibility?
Apr
29
answered Forgot Password Inline vs. Separate Page
Apr
22
comment Where should a “Powered by Some-Company-Name” appear on a webpage?
Why "Powered by" instead of a Credits (or Site Credits) link? As a designer, I ask for Credits links to ensure that others can find out about my work. It's far less obtrusive than putting my logo on each page.
Apr
18
accepted Do users object to homepages which contain a full section consisting of a contact form?
Apr
17
awarded  Critic
Apr
17
comment Why do installers still try to install toolbars?
Why was this question put on hold as opinion-based? I cited about 14 sources.
Apr
16
comment Do users object to homepages which contain a full section consisting of a contact form?
Thanks. The contact form is at the end of the homepage, not the beginning. Full homepage prototype here (with identifying information removed): nl5tjl.axshare.com/homepage_b.html.
Apr
16
revised Why do installers still try to install toolbars?
added another example
Apr
16
answered Why do installers still try to install toolbars?
Apr
16
awarded  Yearling
Apr
16
comment Do users object to homepages which contain a full section consisting of a contact form?
@DanielNewman +1. I'm definitely thinking about an A/B test for this. Currently, I have other higher-priority items to get to first with this site, so I probably wouldn't get to test this specifically with users because of that. It's a portfolio site, so the cost of user testing comes out of my own pocket.
Apr
16
asked Do users object to homepages which contain a full section consisting of a contact form?
Apr
14
awarded  Benefactor
Apr
14
accepted If I am not the developer and I haven't hired one, how should I explain the development step of my UX design process to potential clients?
Apr
14
comment Intuitive cross-cultural terms for full name and name-to-be-addressed-as
A widely accepted answer to another question was to phrase the preferred name as a question, "What should I call you?": ux.stackexchange.com/questions/15770/…. I did this on my own site's contact form before eventually dropping that field to simplify the form.
Apr
11
comment If I am not the developer and I haven't hired one, how should I explain the development step of my UX design process to potential clients?
5) Development (or web development) is a term that my clients and prospects understand. My largest competitor is a web development company that does much of their work in my industry. They are very feature-driven/-focused in their website copy and don't really discuss user goals or UX. They've worked for a lot of the big clients in that industry and are pretty well-known in the industry. A lot of other companies in that industry hire their local design companies.