Reputation
2,703
Top tag
Next privilege 3,000 Rep.
Cast close & reopen votes
Badges
8 28
Newest
 Cleanup
Impact
~56k people reached

18h
comment How to find an accessible color by changing lightness only?
Cross-post
2d
revised When should bold, italics, and colour be used to draw attention in a sentence?
added tags
Jul
28
revised How practical is the accessibility requirement to view pages with CSS disabled?
added tags; removed thanks
Jul
25
revised How to show user there's more photos behind a thumbnail image?
added tag
Jul
12
revised What is the origin of the power icon?
retagged
Jul
10
revised Is the question mark “?” internationally recognised as an icon for help?
edited tags
Jul
10
comment Which words to use to motivate visitors to comment?
Is commenting possible for guests? Is this obvious to guests (i.e., do they see the full form with a submit button)?
Jul
5
comment Omiting label element on self-explanatory form
@attack: Thank you very much for your comment (chiming in, no matter how old the question might be, is always very welcome on Stack Exchange sites). I updated my answer.
Jul
5
revised Omiting label element on self-explanatory form
added 'title' attribute, thanks to note from @attack in the comments
Jul
4
revised How do you make a range input / slider accessible to screen readers for blind UX
retagged
Jul
1
revised Any usability studies on “on hold / waiting” calls?
added tag
Jun
15
comment URL for public user page - hyphenated or camelCase?
@locationunknown: The URL path component is case-sensitive (as well as the query and the fragment components).
Jun
15
revised URL for public user page - hyphenated or camelCase?
added tag; example domain; code markup
Jun
9
awarded  Cleanup
May
31
revised Laptop usability design flaw from a big corporation
retagged
May
29
comment Is confirmation on checkout still relevant?
For the example workflow, calling the button on the second screen "Next" is misleading. It should be "Buy" (or similar) instead. (This might even be legally required, e.g., in Germany).
May
28
revised Accessibility statements: Worth having on websites?
typos
May
21
comment Is social register enough or should you always add regular register method?
I can assure you that not every young student has an account at a social network/media site.
May
20
comment Should multiple user accounts be allowed to use the same email address?
@bjb568: Assuming that you register with someone else’s email address (and assuming the site does not require email confirmation), you wouldn’t be able to see that someone else (i.e., probably the owner of that email address) is using the same email address: If you enter the email address in the "Password forgotten" form, an email gets sent to that address … but you can’t read it (because you don’t control this email acc), only the email address owner can (who will learn that someone else has created an account).
May
20
comment Should multiple user accounts be allowed to use the same email address?
@bjb568: How so? Someone entering someone else’s email address never learns if this email address is registered at all.