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answered Is it possible to create a different experience for both internal and end users viewing the same information?
Apr
9
comment Gapless grid web layout that doesn't squash tiles
I think you may have more luck posting your question on Stack Overflow. Folks here on UX deals mostly with the design aspect and less on technical implementation.
Apr
8
answered Can you be a Web and UX Designer or a Web Designer with UX skills?
Mar
27
answered Best practice in a fullform page
Mar
27
comment When searching for a course online, which start-date term has more meaning? Now or Continuous?
"Starts continuously" has me scratching my head. "Starts now" makes me think I'm only looking a courses starting "now" as oppose to what your answer that it's flexible scheduling. Dennis' wording makes sense to me... like "Flexible, starts anytime"
Mar
24
comment Validations across multipage form
If this info is super important that must be correct, then I'd recommend using PatomaS option #3 and throw a speed bump at the user to confirm their data is valid before final submission.
Mar
24
comment Validations across multipage form
Just want to point out that from a UX perspective, what you've described is really edge case. A person's DOB and License Dates aren't something that you can change. Only reason this can happen legitimately if if they made a mistake. An inline validation message on the 2nd field indicating something along the lines of "Check your dates? Your Date of Birth and License Date must be at least 17 years apart". It'll be nice if you can edit both together, but it's just a nice to have.
Mar
21
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Mar
21
comment Zooming - Plus/Minus Buttons or Slider
@couchand Yes. I meant double click. Thanks! I fixed it.
Mar
21
revised Zooming - Plus/Minus Buttons or Slider
fix error
Mar
20
answered Zooming - Plus/Minus Buttons or Slider
Mar
18
comment searching within form
The term for this is "auto suggest" or a "typeahead".
Mar
18
comment Faceted search: dealing with poor data quality / incomplete classification
Agree. As a user, my task is to look for a specific activity. I really couldn't care less whether the numbers of the facet adds up. If I wanted "Europe" then I really want "Europe" and activities that have no specified region is irrelevant for me. I would never look for activities with unknown regions unless I'm the person going in and filling in the data.
Mar
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answered Update vs. Save
Feb
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answered Filter and highlight items in a complex workflow
Feb
18
answered Designing for Perpetual Beginners
Feb
17
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Apr
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answered When is it appropriate to split functionality into separate apps?
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awarded  Teacher
May
23
answered Should a site have separate buttons for social media sharing and following?