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comment Have I missed anything from my list of web form best practices?
@PixelSnader the example may be a bit exaggerating, but the point is still valid, and is exactly that: too much white space. Google is not alone in this by the way, see ux.stackexchange.com/questions/8480/… and uxmovement.com/forms/faster-with-top-aligned-labels for example. Also note that frontend frameworks like Bootstrap and Foundation both have it as their default.
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comment help me simplify a search engine
What are the problems your users are having? (If any.) For example are they power users and want all fields to be there? Are they missing fields as well? Or don't they fill in some fields / trying to fill in as less as possible? Can they easily retry after the results didn't proof to be enough? Do they want to easily find all different kinds (projects, meetings, processes, etc.) for a single owner?
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comment Visual reference for user impersonation feature
I added a note about specific html/css usage of certain websites.
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revised Visual reference for user impersonation feature
adds note about specific css usage
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comment Visual reference for user impersonation feature
You might want to prevent the impersonator from changing profile settings or change anything for that matter, and use it only for viewing. In that case, you need to clearly distinguish between a normal user session and a impersonated session.
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answered Visual reference for user impersonation feature
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answered Do users find it hard to differentiate latest information from historic information when both are displayed at the same time?
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comment Address entry as a single textarea
+1 for mentioning validating it using an online map service.
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comment Login/register: How to balance ease-of-use, number of clicks, and appearance?
The account details for Google/Twitter/Facebook are never asked (should never be asked) at your own website. Those buttons will/should always lead to the websites of those companies.
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