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bio website boxed514.com
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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
14
answered Is a drag and drop UI usable for organizing/categorizing items?
Jun
13
awarded  Commentator
Jun
13
revised Forcing users to take a specific path
added 180 characters in body
Jun
13
awarded  Autobiographer
Jun
13
answered Keep it grammatically correct or user friendly
Jun
13
answered Forcing users to take a specific path
Jun
12
answered How to best inform user they cant use the service for a period of time after registering?
Jun
12
comment For a web-app, how to differentiate “cluster” marker icons from normal icons on a map?
From what I've found people respond very well to color. Have you considered color coding the icons and then using a legend for the user to reference? For example for a washroom you could make the icon a blue washing machine.
Jun
12
answered For a web-app, how to differentiate “cluster” marker icons from normal icons on a map?
Jun
12
comment Dropdown navigation menus - should top menu option link to content?
I think a screen shot of what is going on would help. Personally I am not getting the difference between the "Pages" and "Page categories" and the "Create new page" and "Create new page category".
Jun
12
comment Solving category display issue
You're welcome.
Jun
11
comment What method can be used to inform the user of different levels of assistance that a service offers?
I really like this idea, but would it flow better if the policy options were stacked vertically and the features ran horizontal?
Jun
11
comment Hierarchical structure design and usability
Some screen shots would be helpful to understand your dilemma because I don't really want to have to sign up. This would also be something good to implement on the site itself so a user can understand what they are signing up for. There are also some other usability problems but I wont get into that since it isn't part of the question.
Jun
11
answered Solving category display issue
Jun
9
accepted Comment section overload?
Jun
8
awarded  Student
Jun
8
awarded  Editor
Jun
8
revised Comment section overload?
edited title
Jun
8
asked Comment section overload?
Jun
8
answered What method can be used to inform the user of different levels of assistance that a service offers?