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Considers oneself as a "UI Chef"

  • An Amdocs UX functional designer, the leading software provider for the telcom industry.
  • Formerly at UI Human Factors, the largest UI consultancy firm in Israel
  • Most experienced in the field of enterprise information systems
  • Most enthusiastic about the blasting world of mobile

Mar
10
comment Can I have a wizard on a tablet?
+1 for the relevant example. Thanks!
Mar
10
comment What are good checkbox alternatives?
Did you add the screenshots to the question? I'm not seeing anything, and I wonder if it's a problem with my browser/company firewall...
Feb
20
comment Are users confused by the file upload element?
I guess this has always been the case whenever the upload controls were packed inside a pop-up dialog.
Jan
23
comment Dark admin theme - is it wise?
+1 for pointing the benefit of differentiating between modes. Whether dark or light increase or decrease legiability is a whole different discussion
Jan
23
comment How to design a multi-step form for mobile
Any example of a wizard in an app, phone or tablet, would be appreciated.
Jan
23
comment Android Multi-Step Wizard Examples
Any example of a wizard in an app, phone or tablet, would be appreciated.
Dec
22
comment Reasoning for American date format
related: ux.stackexchange.com/questions/39905/…
Nov
26
comment Ask the user for the first day of the week or calculate it
So the original question might be answered by the extent of internationalization the app would support.
Nov
25
comment Ask the user for the first day of the week or calculate it
Apparently the ISO 8601 doesn't consider all the people that start their week on Sundays. They really exist!
Oct
20
comment why must point of sale have a bill-preview on the same page as product selection?
In systems that have two monitors, one for the cashier and one for the customer, perhaps everyone would be happier if the cashier would have mainly the catalog, and the customer only the bill piling up as the items are checked out.
Aug
26
comment Chose a person from a list of ~10000, with 1 optional filter by group (~1000 groups)
It really depends whether the user knows the name of the person to choose or not. If he does, there are many mechanisms available, with Outlook's being popular and useful.
Aug
22
comment Best way to ask user for large amount of data input on iPhone?
One more note about the parallax background: each major step would have its own background image, to communicate the user he made a step further.
Aug
21
comment Best way to ask user for large amount of data input on iPhone?
I was just thinking the same thing, but in reality, people want to do everything in their mobile.
Aug
20
comment How to present password rules
you also might want to consider providing feedback as to what rule was violated, and not just grunt "not valid, see rules" which forces the user to figure out what's wrong.
Aug
19
comment How do I make it clear that different sections of my form are alternatives?
You could show the results in the second screen, making it similar to many other instances of search in mobile.
Aug
19
comment How do I make it clear that different sections of my form are alternatives?
you mean the user has to choose one of the five options you mentioned?
Aug
13
comment Designing a “create” UI for a complex “object” in a system
This is what I call thinking out of the box!
Aug
9
comment Should a login page have links that send you away from the form?
Many websites today use a pop-up, or even let you log in directly from the homepage. I don't see the point in a dedicated page for a login.
Aug
7
comment Placing icons next to numbers - to the right or left?
This is a table displayed in a dashboard. The table shows elements in rows, and each element is graded in several attributes (columns). Each grade indicates the status of that element on that attribute, and you generally want the grades as green as possible. There is no associated text next to the number or icon. Hope this describes the situation better.
Aug
6
comment Dangerous situations and ease of use for satnavs
Indeed there is. The fine is no effective because it's rare. You just know the odds of you being caught are very low.