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bio website nexustechnologiesllc.com
location Brookfield, WI
age 35
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I'm a software engineer/user experience expert from Brookfield, WI. I have my own software consulting company, Nexus Technologies, focusing on .Net and iPhone applications and user-centered design. I have worked on websites and systems for several large companies, including Reader's Digest Association and The Home Depot.


Apr
15
awarded  Necromancer
Apr
3
comment Do Arabic web browsers have the back/forward buttons reversed?
Is your question about what browsers actually do or what should they do? Because the answers thus far are primarily theoretical, not practical.
Jan
3
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What would generic usability heuristics for wearables be like?
Nov
1
comment How to build website mockups / interface design?
This looks like any number of software request questions that have been asked and closed as being off topic/not constructive: ux.stackexchange.com/search?q=prototype+tools
Nov
1
comment How to simplify this content upload form?
@z-boss - Nope, still looks like a "Site Review" question, which is the exact reason it was put on hold.
Oct
24
comment Are MEDIA QUERIES used in Fluid Layout Design or only in Responsive Web Designing?
And even if this wasn't a duplicate, it isn't a question about UX, it's a question about programming.
Sep
20
awarded  Good Answer
Sep
12
comment Why do most public toilet doors open inwards?
@daniel.sedlacek But by that point, the germs from the door handle are already on your body.
Sep
12
comment Why do most public toilet doors open inwards?
You are concerned with the germs on people leaving the restrooms. What about the germs on people that are entering the restrooms? To me, that would be a bigger concern, because more people will have washed their hands after using the restroom than before using it.
Aug
12
awarded  Yearling
Jul
1
comment What is the casing convention for URL routes?
@AndrewLeach - That is one of the biggest problems with apache - anyone running an apache web server should turn off case-sensitive URLs.
Jul
1
answered What is the casing convention for URL routes?
May
16
comment Why shouldn't we use words such as 'here' and 'this' in textlinks?
@Steven Your last sentence about JohnGB's example of a good vs. bad link completely contradicts the rest of your argument.
May
8
comment Right-Click menu awareness on Web Application
@user1757436 - How does that contradict my point that the browser's built in context menu isn't really valuable?
May
7
comment Right-Click menu awareness on Web Application
@KoenLageveen "cornerstones of many people's daily interaction with their computer"? Sorry, but you're wrong. I have hardly seen anyone that isn't a "power user" use anything beyond copy and paste that is available in the browser context menu. And they aren't using the context menu for those either actually - they are using the keyboard shortcuts.
May
7
revised Right-Click menu awareness on Web Application
rolled back to a previous revision
May
7
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
18
comment Save icon, is the floppy disk icon dead?
3.5" floppies were still floppy. It referred to the disk, inside the plastic casing, not the casing itself.
Jan
2
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
29
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What is the purpose of having unique URLs for each customer?