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Apr
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awarded  gui-design
Apr
22
answered Why isn't Shift+Click able to select multiple consecutive ranges of items?
Apr
22
answered Focus state for Split Button?
Apr
17
answered Suggestive search limit
Apr
16
answered What's the best title for Web Application pages?
Apr
16
answered Visitors don't complete registration
Apr
16
comment Use of TWO hamburger menus in mobile app
What does each icon do when you click on it?
Apr
15
awarded  Generalist
Apr
8
revised How to step outside one's own “perception bubble” when doing UX/Design?
Removed sentence with "Fuck" - it was also a nonsense sentence - funny alright but far from correct.
Apr
8
comment Lazy context menus
What sort of worse-case delay are we talking about here? Some system can take 20-30 seconds to respond (data mining). My whatsapp takes about 12 second to become responsive on my iPhone 4s.
Apr
8
answered Lazy context menus
Apr
8
answered Support consistency or primary user journey?
Apr
8
comment Support consistency or primary user journey?
@Sarah, I don't think 'Muscle memory' is the right term here - it is used to denote motor actions that require no conscious attention.
Apr
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awarded  Good Answer
Apr
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awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
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comment Accessible and Responsive Tables?
@Pdxd A) This discussion should really move to the chat room. B) I'm really interested in your experience, working solution and feedback/criticism. C) Do remember that the question was about accessibility AND responsiveness. D) I wish I could test it with users, but we only tested it with Voice Over. E) God knows when I'll find the time, but I'll try to share with you the recording of the screen reader and the DOM.
Mar
31
answered Defining usability: Is there a clear terminology structure for different methods?
Mar
31
reviewed Leave Open Extroverts vs introverts - user profile design considerations?
Mar
31
comment Accessible and Responsive Tables?
@Pdxd. Correct me if I'm wrong but <ol><li> elements is semantic markup - a list item within an ordered list. Accessibility wise, you can put whatever markup and ARIA in the DOM to help AT usage. I'm not sure why quantity is being attached to semantics here: the semantics of 15 fields are these fields, and 50 rows is just 50 rows. Say you'd have to read to a blind person all the football fixtures of his favourite team for a whole season, what semantics you'd have in mind other than the information of each fixture?
Mar
31
answered When is configurable options/settings a bad thing in the context of admin/super-users?