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Sep
7
comment Why avoid the word “please” in error messages?
Interesting - do you think this might be MS's way of being a grammar nazi? Are they doing this for "The greater good" so that we all learn to use please properly or are they genuinely doing it with UX in mind?
Sep
5
comment What do you call that interfacing zone?
Oh I see, you mean the amount of active area differs between a fingerprint, a stylus end and a cursor point?
Sep
5
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Sep
5
comment What do you call that interfacing zone?
Are you looking for a name that explains that the interface will differ with different input devices?
Sep
5
comment Should a website UI designer know Javascript/JQuery as well as HTML & CSS?
Possibly off-topic, unsure where to re-distribute to within SE so will leave to mods
Sep
4
comment Wireframes first or after rough visual design sketches?
Well put @AlexejFroehlich
Sep
4
comment Wireframes first or after rough visual design sketches?
I like to be, where possible, but I actually got in to UX from being a UI designer so on some projects I'm both. It means that as a UX person I can't blame the UI person and vice versa! Maybe I wouldn't use the word 'boss' as I put UX and visual on the same level, but yeah when I'm UX only their commands do come from me!
Sep
4
answered Wireframes first or after rough visual design sketches?
Sep
4
answered Where should I place this “continue shopping” button?
Sep
3
answered Long web forms - for Data Entry power users
Sep
3
comment How should one prepare when doing a UX presentation to non-practitioners?
Could be worth a read: thenextweb.com/lifehacks/2012/09/02/…
Aug
31
revised Should the “reset” option be a button or a link in crm?
Added clarity (I hope)
Aug
31
answered Should the “reset” option be a button or a link in crm?
Aug
31
suggested approved edit on Should the “reset” option be a button or a link in crm?
Aug
31
comment Does any body have some statistics about the usage of scrollbar buttons(up and down) in a web page?
Sorry, didn't expect you to go looking. Link is really useful, thanks for posting. +1
Aug
31
comment Does any body have some statistics about the usage of scrollbar buttons(up and down) in a web page?
I'm amazed by these figures over using the scroll wheel. Is there any indication of how much scrolling was involved in the page? I tend to find users use scrollbar dragging when they need to go a 'long way' and the scroll wheel when they want to slowly scan the page at reading pace
Aug
30
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Aug
30
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
30
answered “Send by text/SMS” - is there a standard icon?
Aug
29
revised Can icons improve readability on a navigation?
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