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comment Is the vertical left hand menu obsolete?
@CraigHB both ebay and amazon use left side navigation.
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comment Is there a recommended height for text fields on high density mobile screens (retina, etc)?
In other words, if you tell mobile safari that your page is supposed to be the same size as the screen, then yes, it will auto-double. However, if you don't tell safari that, it will do its best to shrink the page to a size it feels best fits the phone.
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comment Is there a recommended height for text fields on high density mobile screens (retina, etc)?
@myklee are you talking about a mobile web site? Yes, it does apply, but you also need to tell safari about the viewport settings: developer.apple.com/library/mac/documentation/AppleApplications/…
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answered Is there a recommended height for text fields on high density mobile screens (retina, etc)?
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comment Is showing product price after registering bad UX?
I'd consider this similar to bait-and-switch techniques, which are never good UX.
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revised Is showing product price after registering bad UX?
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answered Four states, one checkbox - any way for it to make sense?
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comment Four states, one checkbox - any way for it to make sense?
@Izhaki radio buttons aren't for multiple choice, checkboxes are.
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comment How to tell Facebook users don't be afraid to sign in?
For those that are concerned about this, the only real solution is to offer options other than Facebook sign in.
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comment Is there really a content strategy just for mobile?
While it may be easier to consume said content on your laptop, there's no good argument to prevent people from getting to it on any device. In fact, the biggest argument for allowing it is that more and more people are accessing the web only through mobile devices.
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comment 0 to 10 rating system alternative
I like this idea, though it's sometimes frustrating to have to give an answer to something you truly are ambivalent about. And I think, at times, it's good to know which features/products your users are ambivalent about.
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comment 0 to 10 rating system alternative
I agree with this but would argue that 3 points is typically enough. Like, neutral, dislike.
Aug
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comment How is it called when you have 2 links that lead to the same page?
Generally, this is simply how hypertext works. There's no real rule as to what links to what or how many links link to what. UX-wise, I'm not sure there's a particular name other than it's perhaps a couple of feature call-outs (that just happen to link to the same page). Of course, I'd question the need for the separate page. Why not just call out the two features on the landing page itself?
Aug
18
answered Scheduler Design with Slots
Aug
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answered The design and implementation of the purely theoretical “self destruct” button
Aug
18
comment Do you think this layout design work?
My first reaction, however, is that if the download is the most important, why is it the last item in the row?
Aug
18
comment Do you think this layout design work?
Are you asking in general, or specifically about the download option? The former is probably too broad of a question. The latter isn't bad, but we need some more details (and a larger screen shot would help as well).
Aug
18
answered Are alphabet filters effective?
Aug
18
comment Why do websites disallow the plus sign in e-mails
Well, 'properly' means different things. I agree, from a UX perspective, neutral analysis is ideal. Alas, I've seen user data used as much to defend business's personal preferences. :/
Aug
18
comment UI Design of News Magazine with borders, boxes or no seperation
There is no 'best' here. It all comes down to your particular implementation of these and how it fits with your particular content and reader's needs.