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answered Form fields tooltips vs. plain help text. What works best?
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comment when do we need animation in UI
Would animation improve the experience here? If so, then consider animation.
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comment How is the best approach to display responsive combobox?
We need more info here. What are you actually wanting to use here? A 'combobox' is a bit of a generic term. Do you want a select/option list, where a user picks from a limited set of options? Is this a look-ahead filter where people can type in a phrase and filter a huge list and then select? Something else?
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comment A terminology question: differentiating between 'Detailed UX issues' and 'Structural UX issues'?
I like where this is heading. If user stories are well written (ie, kept at high-level tasks rather than specific implementation) I think this can work well.
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answered A terminology question: differentiating between 'Detailed UX issues' and 'Structural UX issues'?
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comment How to present 50+ features in product website
You'd have to do research. Do some user interviews. Create some personas, etc.
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comment How to present 50+ features in product website
@SepehrM I'm in no way implying that it's not good software. What I'm getting at is that given the wide range of features, do you feel every customer is interested in all 50 features? My hunch is that some types of customers are interested in some features, and a different type is interested in others. I'd look into that and if it's true, consider targeting different types of users separately.
Dec
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comment How to present 50+ features in product website
RSS Reader and Disc Tools? You might want to step back from this a bit and get an idea of target audiences here. Sounds like a really eclectic range of features. At first glance, it sounds a bit like the "trying to be everything to everyone" problem.
Dec
12
reviewed Approve Why do some users complete forms all in capital letters?
Dec
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reviewed Approve Why do some users complete forms all in capital letters?
Dec
12
comment Scrolling vs. Tapping on mobile
In general, people prefer scrolling--especially on touch devices, where it's very easy to do.
Dec
12
comment Why do some users complete forms all in capital letters?
@DavidConrad not directly, but indirectly: a lot of DOS-era enterprise systems required data entry in ALL CAPS format, hence the ALL CAPS key was typically left on.
Dec
12
comment Mobile grid views - which style is preferred by users - rounded corners with borders or rectangles?
I think this is mostly more of a personal aesthetic call than a user-experience data point.
Dec
12
comment Scrolling vs. Tapping on mobile
I'm not entirely clear as to what your question is. Are you asking if tabs are appropriate? FYI, your layout 'feels' rather desktop centric rather than touch-centric. I'd suggest avoiding scrolling sections and make all your touchable spots much bigger.
Dec
12
revised Why do some users complete forms all in capital letters?
added 1028 characters in body
Dec
12
comment Why do some users complete forms all in capital letters?
Minor nitpick...I don't think this is 'sanitization' as that usually refers to redacting sensitive information. It could be considered a form of normalization, I suppose.
Dec
12
answered Why do some users complete forms all in capital letters?
Dec
12
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
11
comment How do I suggest to our CEO that we need a UX pro on staff?
It's frustrating, but marketing isn't usually a mecca for usability. At the end of the day, a lot of marketing firm's business is simply selling bells and whistles to clients. Whatever your argument may be, it has to likely be a numbers argument. How will UX either save or earn your company more money?
Dec
10
comment List markers' positions differ across browsers
Yes, check your CSS. FYI, you typically use bullets with left-aligned lists--not centered lists.