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bio website markdehate.com
location Metro Detroit, MI
age 32
visits member for 2 years, 4 months
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I'm a UX Designer focusing on improving big, complicated web applications. I do a lot of wireframing, user research, and usability testing.

I also run a blog on usability in gaming, That Game's UX. Check it out!


Sep
24
asked Should clicking on a checkbox and a table row produce different actions?
Aug
8
revised On a news website, should search results be ordered by relevancy or date by default?
fixing typo in title
Aug
8
suggested suggested edit on On a news website, should search results be ordered by relevancy or date by default?
Aug
8
answered On a news website, should search results be ordered by relevancy or date by default?
Jul
23
awarded  Good Answer
Jun
5
awarded  Yearling
May
10
accepted Is it worth it to re-implement the browser's find feature?
May
1
asked Is it worth it to re-implement the browser's find feature?
Apr
22
accepted Navigating backwards in Miller Columns
Apr
12
asked Navigating backwards in Miller Columns
Apr
12
comment DropDownLists becoming TextBoxes - Should the user be able to go back?
+1 for not having a dropdown. Users aren't going to read the dropdown options to help make their decision, and there's no concern for mis-spelling here, so a dropdown is only making the process harder.
Apr
10
answered What is the best mechanism for language and country selection?
Apr
4
answered Should a username be truncated?
Apr
2
comment Humor on the deathbed
Clearly you haven't had the pleasure of using Ticketmaster before... =)
Mar
29
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
29
awarded  Critic
Mar
29
revised Humor on the deathbed
Pointing to another answer directly so mine makes a little more sense
Mar
29
answered Humor on the deathbed
Mar
29
accepted Calendar recurrences on the last day of the month
Mar
27
comment Desktop applications with no toolbars
+1 on representing new users and discovery. Expert users are always new users at first.