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revised The coding monkey dilemma
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answered The coding monkey dilemma
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answered Animation as user feedback: how to do accessibility here without being redundant?
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revised What is the difference between Keywords, Tags and Controlled Vocab
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answered What is the difference between Keywords, Tags and Controlled Vocab
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revised What is the difference between Keywords, Tags and Controlled Vocab
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May
19
comment How usable are bars that disappear / reappear on scroll?
Transitional volatility in web navigation by David R. Danielson. Was referenced from Designing Web Navigation: Optimizing the User Experience. Or see the full thesis.
May
15
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May
15
answered Color to use for 'Save draft' button?
May
14
answered Presenting both information and validation errors in the same form?
May
14
comment Presenting both information and validation errors in the same form?
Not directly related to your question, but: 1) Field says "Current password", while error message says "Old password". 2) What does it mean "appears to be incorrect"? It is either correct or not. 3) Confirm is an action for which you normally tick or press something, the users really 're-enter' their password.
May
14
revised Reviews or features - what's more important for product page?
Made title more descriptive
May
14
answered Reviews or features - what's more important for product page?
May
10
comment Should a legal footer have two different positions depending on page content length?
UX is also about business goals, which have to account for legal formalities (which themselves can be required due to government regulation and not lawyers). Terms of use and privacy can actually be very important in UX if you 'spy' on users using inspeclet etc.
May
10
comment Should a legal footer have two different positions depending on page content length?
I'm not sure what is being asked here, and more specifically - what are the alternatives? Both designs make sense, in both you put the legal clause in the footer, it is just that one is on a scrollable page, the other is on a non-scrollable page (the content is, but not the page).
May
9
answered Should help-text be above or below the input?
May
9
comment Showing items in a list with limited space
It would really help to know: 1) what sort of application is this? Desktop? Web? 2) Are you to support mobile or tablets? 3) Roughly what sort of target audience we are talking about?
May
9
answered Is it appropriate to discussed the proposed usability method in literature review or in methodology chapter?
Apr
29
comment How to determine the oldest browser version to support before you have users
@benjaminjosephw, while I don't reject what seems to be your assumption, it'd be more constructive to provide a more relevant statistics or at least a stronger argument. Nevertheless, I wonder if in your view a world wide statistics showing 17% of IE8 usage, and one that would show 0.5% still will have no relevance? The statistics given is just to give a rough indication to the scale of IE8 usage.
Apr
28
comment Which is perferred - a standalone login page or a javascript popup over a MyAccount page?
So users can already be on the My Account page before they need to login?