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UI/UX contractor currently working in Manchester, UK on government project for French international transport/software corp


Jul
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answered adding items to a list
Jul
24
answered Is adding “Flag as inappropriate” button necessary for site with expiring content?
Jul
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awarded  Commentator
Jul
23
answered When is it right to use “Not <user>?”
Jul
23
answered How do people use Google+ circles?
Jul
23
awarded  Nice Question
Jul
19
answered Give users the ability to resize jQuery popup
Jul
19
answered What should my button read, when user is done reading a text / message
Jul
18
comment iOS auto-correct
There does seem to be some inconsistency
Jul
17
awarded  Scholar
Jul
17
accepted iOS auto-correct
Jul
17
comment iOS auto-correct
Oh dear, it looks like you're right, however this is a new thing for sure as I've had several UX discussions about this in the past. Its particularly bad on the ipad when on eBay because the X hovers eBay's own suggestion and precision is vital
Jul
17
comment iOS auto-correct
Are you sure about that? Could be different iOS versions or something but pressing on the text of the word in the tooltip, on my devices, replaces the word being types with the estimated word
Jul
17
asked iOS auto-correct
Jul
10
comment When appending items to a list, should the input fields be above or below the list?
I see. It's a tricky one. Without knowing the UI I don't know if this will work but could the add new item append to the bottom of the list rather than bottom of the frame? That way you don't have the "Gap of disassociation" mentioned in the post. One reservation is times where the list extends beyond the fold by default - the user won't see the addition form and might not know it exists.
Jul
10
comment When appending items to a list, should the input fields be above or below the list?
Is there a reason the parent (scrollable div in your mock) has to be a set height? Is it part of the design?
Jul
10
comment Best solution to inform and enable users to save changes on a page
Agreed, option 5 seems fine - covers all the bases and doesn't have the "You've done something wrong" feeling of an alert box
Jul
10
answered Why are there two Address lines in Address forms?
Jul
9
awarded  Teacher
Jul
9
awarded  Editor