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I try my best to share the knowledge that I have come across with others to keep the knowledge cycle goin. I love the art of web design. Semantic, easy to use, awesome websites is what really gets me excited. I love HTML(5), CSS(3) Javascript (the good parts) and Wordpress with a strong focus on usability. I also love to read, bike, swim, and draw.

Twitter: @tybouma


Jun
21
answered “Adding and Subtracting a Value” Horizontal or Vertical Controls better affordance?
Jun
20
awarded  Organizer
Jun
20
comment Level selection on dropdown
Yes, I would set the default as "Off". As far as the wording is concerned, would it be possible for you to show the user a demo of what "off" or "2 levels" would look like? I really believe that would be the most user friendly way to approach it without having to write a paragraph explaining what it means.
Jun
20
comment Level selection on dropdown
edited it now...
Jun
20
revised Level selection on dropdown
Better understanding now
Jun
20
answered Level selection on dropdown
Jun
18
asked How to indicate that a page section can be expanded?
Jun
18
awarded  Analytical
Jun
18
answered Editing data on confirmation page of multi-step form
Jun
16
comment How to convince a user to fill out a survey
I agree! This is excellent. It is so common sense to build momentum with really anything you do. So why not with surveys too? Thanks!
Jun
15
awarded  Critic
Jun
15
accepted How to convince a user to fill out a survey
Jun
15
answered When given the choice on a website; are people more likely to download the app or keep using the browser?
Jun
15
comment Kiosk and back button
So will the confirm page be a summary of what your transaction was? Or will it be a summary of everything you have just done and then you can submit it? If it's the first one then I agree with not having a "back button", but if it is the second one then I would still incorporate a "back" option.
Jun
15
answered Kiosk and back button
Jun
15
comment How to convince a user to fill out a survey
As it stands right now we have a three question survey with a comment box at the end for any additional thoughts. I do like the 1-5 scale idea!
Jun
14
revised Is a drag and drop UI usable for organizing/categorizing items?
article explanation
Jun
14
comment How to convince a user to fill out a survey
@MonicaCellio That's the problem we are facing, we really don't expect them to need our services again (atleast for a while), and that's why I was thinking something more like a % off their final bill.
Jun
14
comment How to convince a user to fill out a survey
@JonW Believe it or not we actually use the surveys ways to improve on what we are doing. We have used a couple for testimonials though.
Jun
14
answered Voting System - Which Symbols to use