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comment Can pricing pages in an industry where mostly everyone else is 'contact for quote' help or hinder sales?
Showing customers what something costs would usually be argued as a good user experience and encourage sales. That said, maybe your product is priced ridiculously high and would deter sales. Really hard to say without knowing all the details.
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comment What is the accent color combination with indigo as primary color, other than Pink (android material design app)?
"because it's common" isn't necessarily a good argument for not using a particular color. That said, this is going to be purely an opinion based question given the lack of context we have to work with here.
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comment Small Caps Headings: Accessible or not?
Note that text-transform: uppercase is not the same as small-caps. What you are looking for is font-variant: small-caps; which will load the actual small-caps of the font in use (provided said font has a set of small-caps)
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answered Small Caps Headings: Accessible or not?
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comment Research behind current design patterns?
this is simply too broad of a question. And I doubt any research could find anything conclusive on such a broad design trend. It's mostly just popular is all.
Feb
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comment Is 'Mobile first' a suitable approach for creative workshop with non-interaction designers?
mobile first. always. :)
Feb
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comment When selecting software, which is better, fresh or familiar?
There's not going to be any scientific rule-of-thumb that can answer this. It's going to be entirely based on the specific context. The people, the work, the needs, the wants, the flows, etc. At the end of the day, the best way to make this decision is to test them both with your users.
Jan
28
comment Is anti-aliasing still relevant in a high resolution display?
@DA01 what that 'point' is is probably a matter of opinion and age (how good are one's eyes) :) But I'd say the iPhone 6 is pretty damn close...as are newer eink screens like the Paperwhite
Jan
28
comment Is anti-aliasing still relevant in a high resolution display?
You are correct in that as pixels get smaller, the need for Anti-aliasing decreases. In theory, there's a point where it becomes irrelevant.
Jan
28
comment Is anti-aliasing still relevant in a high resolution display?
Not sure I understand the connection between PPD and 'pixels moving'. Yes, one would see pixels moving on high PPI devices, but not sure that correlated to anti-aliasing, does it?
Jan
28
comment Using Javascript popups to create a workflow for legal experts writing and editing legislation
Just a hunch, but I'd assume anyone that would find a multi-tab workflow useful, would already know how to open different pages of your app on their own.
Jan
26
comment Should Front-End UI and Back-end UI be designed by same person?
@Garvis I updated the answer based on your comment.
Jan
26
revised Should Front-End UI and Back-end UI be designed by same person?
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Jan
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answered Should Front-End UI and Back-end UI be designed by same person?
Jan
26
comment Should Front-End UI and Back-end UI be designed by same person?
Need some clarification here, by 'back end' do you mean the software platform, or do you mean the admin interface for maintaining the site?
Jan
26
comment When do you include client in UX process
Ideally, you include them throughout the entire process.
Jan
25
comment UX to speed up Address entry by typing in the zip code first?
"The best it can figure out is city and state." = This isn't entirely true, either. There are ZIP codes that traverse state lines.
Jan
25
comment Which is a more intuitive open hours and days schedule board?
I second Prinsig. This isn't the right tool for a list of open hours. A list of open hours would be much easier to scan and understand.
Jan
19
answered Meeting both user and advertiser needs
Jan
19
comment gray and black colors for layout
Actually, contrast is usually something most people don't have trouble with...and is why it's often part of accessibility recommendations.