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reviewed Approve Why are messages on the road printed in reverse?
Apr
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reviewed Approve Labels for cards in card sorting session
Apr
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reviewed Approve Should a conversion to a responsive layout happen site-wide at once, or is incrementally acceptable?
Apr
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reviewed Approve How to represent duplicate data with unique data on the same screen
Apr
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reviewed Approve What makes a form field mandatory?
Mar
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answered Help with defect issue system
Mar
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reviewed Approve iOS picker usability
Mar
23
reviewed Approve Form for inputting operating hours of a business
Mar
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reviewed Approve Are there established patterns for delete confirmations other than the typical modal?
Mar
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comment Is there any conclusive research about mobile user scrolling habits?
It's not published research, but during a recent user study on a mobile checkout we found that on page load most users flick the screen down to see how long the page is before returning to the top to start filling in the form.
Feb
26
reviewed Approve Should we be including VAT in prices of products rather than adding it on at checkout?
Feb
26
comment for a marketplace slogan, is it better to use the word “discover” or the word “buy”?
I think we just have different but equally legitimate opinions here. I think a marketplace which is nervous about talking its users in the language of buying and selling is also likely to be nervous about the clear labeling of things necessary for good information architecture. But I very definitely respect your opinion, it makes a lot of sense.
Feb
26
comment for a marketplace slogan, is it better to use the word “discover” or the word “buy”?
I do see what you're saying, but to me the primary thing is that they've deliberately gone to an online marketplace, and so they've opted in to being in a space that's about buying things. I don't think it would be unexpected to for them to see messages about buying things. It's the same as if they've chosen to go to a shopping mall to get inspiration. In that case they'd be unlikely to be surprised that the messaging they see relates to buying things, since that's the expected messaging in that space.
Feb
26
comment Tables with a lot of rows - where should the delete option be?
Your first column should be the item in the table the user is most likely to want to scan their eyes down to find the right row. An actions column in that space hurts the table's usability.
Feb
26
answered What would be a reasonable & secure time frame for a temporary account lockout?
Feb
26
answered for a marketplace slogan, is it better to use the word “discover” or the word “buy”?
Feb
26
comment for a marketplace slogan, is it better to use the word “discover” or the word “buy”?
there's an opposing argument that if they've arrived on the site with the intention to buy something, then they want the journey to purchase something labelled clearly with the word "buy".
Feb
26
revised Prototyping for data visualisation
cleaned up explanation
Feb
26
comment Arranging a tall narrow rectangle with a short wide one
Can you arrange a visual hierarchy between them? If one rectangle is pushed back so it's much less prominent than the other, they won't clash for attention so badly.
Feb
26
revised Prototyping for data visualisation
minor improvement to formatting