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UX Strategist/Mentor

Have run my own remote UX consultancy for the last five years. Previously worked at Oracle and Nortel. PhD in HCI from Imperial College, London.

Love working on complex apps. Enjoy using Balsamiq.

I also run a linkedin discussion group about UX remote work.

And the highly successful A Plea for Facebook transparency, UX Remote Work Mentoring, Make Malmesbury Better and Malmesbury Cycling campaign facebook groups (:


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comment When is it bad practice to use an accordion control?
I liked some of the answers in this question too... ux.stackexchange.com/questions/16800/…
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accepted When is it bad practice to use an accordion control?
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comment If and how to break a long wizard into main steps and substeps?
Please feel free to add an answer to my bounty question about when not to use an accordion (: Sounds like you have an interesting perspective.
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comment When is it bad practice to use an accordion control?
+1 For a very thorough answer and answering the question...
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answered Why don't users want to see adverts relating to products/services they might be interested in?
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comment What do you do when you have too many choices in a checkbox field set?
You can remove a role by clicking the cross on it in the assigned/selected roles box. Like the pattern in many faceted searches. This makes removing roles extremely easy (see second sketch).