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reviewed Approve Android design with two-tier (primary and secondary) navigation
Feb
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reviewed Approve Sticky header + sticky social bar (mobile) = too much that is sticky?
Jan
29
reviewed Approve Using “Sign in” vs using “Log in”
Jan
25
reviewed Approve Are you sure you want to answer this question?
Jan
19
reviewed Approve Should the hamburger menu close only on icon click or on click outside as well?
Jan
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reviewed Approve Select duration using numeric input + menu of units, or a single slider?
Jan
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reviewed Approve What makes Reverse scrolling a sign of Bad UI?
Jan
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reviewed Approve UX Measures to protect users from phishing sites
Jan
8
comment Prototyping for data visualisation
try d3.json(url,callback), you have to pass in a callback which gets given the contents of the json. // the documentation
Jan
8
comment Prototyping for data visualisation
I've got to admit, I do most of my own mockups in D3...
Jan
5
comment Ideal number of items per row / Page results
The image is the least useful differentiator between the different products here. They literally all look the same, so using it as the only thing the customer can base their visual scan on is a mistake. If the design needs more space to make the descriptions usable, then the design needs to use more space.
Dec
30
comment Non-technical term for “such that” in a programming language
I disagree strongly. The Select -> Filter -> Process workflow is a really common programming solution for this operation. It makes considerably more sense than your proposed solution.
Dec
22
reviewed Approve Should auto notifications include greeting / salutations?
Dec
16
reviewed Approve Show Results Before Searching
Dec
15
reviewed Edit Is it OK to use hamburger menus in iOS?
Dec
15
revised Is it OK to use hamburger menus in iOS?
cleaner text, added image for understanding
Dec
7
reviewed Approve Is a list of records page needed?
Dec
2
comment Are “CSS Pixels” really the best measurement for touch screen devices?
it's that "providing" that's going to be the thing that bites you. For many devices the only thing that they let you work with is CSS pixels (or ems translated to CSS pixels). They deliberately don't provide you any means to use fixed size measures, since that prevents them doing font rendering tricks in the extra resolution between the pixels they tell you are there (css pixels) and the pixels the device actually has (true PPI).
Nov
24
reviewed Approve Table with multiple submission links for flip switch input
Nov
3
reviewed Approve How to indicate order of a collection of sortable images?