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comment What is the best way to ask users for multiple passwords?
that feels more like a design challenge than a userflow challenge though.
Nov
11
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Are there any studies of users getting jaded of dialog requests?
Nov
6
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Delay time before showing email capture modal
Nov
6
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Can users login and register via the same form?
Oct
30
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Alternative reward levels to “Gold, Silver, Bronze”?
Oct
29
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is it appropriate or wise to merge two similar search inputs together?
Oct
28
reviewed Approve suggested edit on UI Design Patterns for image upload and management
Oct
27
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How do I make a list NOT look scrollable?
Oct
21
answered Optimal video resolution for lecture videos on a tablet-PC
Oct
20
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Where to find resources on tablet heatmaps?
Oct
11
comment Frameworks for web applications with UX focus
@cathro oh I agree entirely about testing for your local audience, I just thought it was an interesting example to pick, since it's one of the things I'd found that tested well.
Sep
30
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Info Icon vs Question Mark
Sep
29
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Truncated string usability
Sep
26
comment Frameworks for web applications with UX focus
That's an interesting observation. When we tested it with our users it tested very well, with no cases at all of user confusion.
Sep
25
comment How effective are banners in the left sidebar on ecommerce websites?
There might be a low number of clicks, but have they seen any uplift in sales for products featured in the banner due to the additional exposure? In my experience, those banners are valuable more for impressions than clicks. Since every product featured in them is visible on every pdp on the site
Sep
18
comment Which color scheme to choose for applications that require long work hours?
+1 one of the most informative answers I've seen on this stack. Bravo!
Sep
18
revised Why are keyboards, Mouses designed to make sound when pressed and clicked?
minor capitalisation and grammar changes
Sep
18
comment Why are keyboards, Mouses designed to make sound when pressed and clicked?
Personally, I feel crippled when typing on a silent laptop keyboard, and feel noticeably slower when typing on an ordinary keyboard. I'm only really happy when I'm typing on model M or another keyboard with the loud cherry MX "blue" switches.
Sep
18
answered Why are keyboards, Mouses designed to make sound when pressed and clicked?
Sep
11
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Why does the Caps Lock not toggle upper and lower case for selected text?