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awarded  Yearling
Apr
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asked Linking items from lists that also contain slide down information
Mar
18
comment What is the use of a play icon with line next to it
It's funny how nowadays I automatically assume >>| and <<| (I think usually |<<) means go to end or beginning respectively, given their wide use with pagination controls. I can't remember now, but I'm assuming when I first met pagination I was pressing these icons thinking it would take me to the next page, as it would have taken me to the next track on a CD player.
Mar
18
awarded  Scholar
Mar
18
comment Do dynamic height changes jar users on web page load?
Thanks for the answer. I ended up using a CSS hack that forces the aspect ratio.
Mar
18
accepted Do dynamic height changes jar users on web page load?
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awarded  Student
Mar
16
asked Do dynamic height changes jar users on web page load?
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awarded  Critic
Mar
13
revised Best practice for a desktop version dropdown hover menu to work on mobile?
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Mar
13
answered Best practice for a desktop version dropdown hover menu to work on mobile?
Mar
11
comment What is the best way to represent the difficulty level in a children's game?
Yeah I agree, it could have that affect in reverse order.
Mar
11
answered What is the best way to represent the difficulty level in a children's game?
Mar
8
comment Best way to align 15 form fields for high conversion
Does it need to work in all device types - mobile, tablets and desktops?
Mar
8
answered Avoiding the use of landing pages
Mar
8
awarded  Commentator
Mar
8
comment Delete button placement?
Are you able to provide a wireframe or screenshot of the screen?
Mar
7
comment How do you give your user options without overloading them?
I know, I'm assuming it's too much of an edge case to consider flagging with them :)
Mar
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revised How do you give your user options without overloading them?
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comment When user testing, how important are representative users?
Ah ok well I would probably get pretty bored with an interface where I don't understand the context of the functionality it's offering me (I.e real estate terms and processes). My opinion is that you should be trying to test with users who do have a background with the problems the app is solving. Can you offer incentives for test users, perhaps subsidised pricing for a while? Or maybe you could try the opt in model where you can indicate to current users that they can try the new interface out and it simply a case of pressing a button to switch over?