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revised Navigation history on scroll in single page applications?
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comment What is the best way to format time within online events?
You ask for a best way, but give no context of who the users are, which country etc. In its current form, the question is not far from asking 'how long is a piece of string'. Please provide more contextual details and help others to help you.
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comment What methods/techniques do you use in the discovery (understanding the problem) stage?
Welcome to ux.se! This is a very broad question, highly dependant on context, and hasn't got an objective definite answer. Please see the tour section for what good question are.
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revised Why do ceiling fan speeds decrease when I pull the chain?
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comment How to show disabled textfields on a form?
Could you show what the form looks like when not disabled? It would help giving the visual nature of the question.
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comment Going to Next Tab in a series of Tabs: refresh view at top of page, or at top of tabs?
@mrmac And is it technical limitations that prevent you from using accordion on desktop?
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answered UX: Whats the difference between Save and Apply Buttons?
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answered Going to Next Tab in a series of Tabs: refresh view at top of page, or at top of tabs?
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comment Going to Next Tab in a series of Tabs: refresh view at top of page, or at top of tabs?
Did you consider the case, say on small laptops or tablets, where the tabs will appear below the fold?
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comment Going to Next Tab in a series of Tabs: refresh view at top of page, or at top of tabs?
@mrmac Consistency in its origin meant to reduce cognitive load (patterns are good), but there are many instances where being consistent actually increases cognitive load, and consistency has many dimensions (being consistent in one place will break consistency in another). Consistency is a proxy of cognitive load - it is the latter that really matters and the one you should always keep in mind.
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@Devin OK. What you have just said puts the question in a completely different context (we do have fixed start/target), which I'm afraid may render current answers invalid. I ask you: If you haven't used any data this month, would you prefer a meter saying 'No data used' or '0%'?
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