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Jan
19
answered Dedicated buttons for Copy/Paste on keyboards
Jan
16
comment Need advice for web designer coming after 10 years break
Resist the temptation to get (only) a high-end monitor. Get (also) an average one -- whatever your end-users generally use. Too many designers produce work that looks great on their high-end monitors and crappy on everybody else's.
Jan
16
answered Website Conversion [Retail/Consumer Products vs B2B Large scale sales]
Jan
14
comment Should I call my button “Unjoin” or “Leave”
Please stay away from newspeak -- it's doubleplus ungood ;)(en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newspeak)
Jan
6
revised Checkbox versus a button when switching between two states on an item
updated answer because poster changed mockups
Jan
6
answered How can I show a traffic device modes?
Jan
6
answered Checkbox versus a button when switching between two states on an item
Dec
4
answered Difficult UI in e-commerce product page
Dec
4
comment Difficult UI in e-commerce product page
When having 10 size variants, the buttons on top will be too far from the last action of the user, possibly out of his/her field of view, and against the direction in which the user expects them to be.
Nov
27
comment How can I improve this large grid of checkboxes?
Is there a reason why the supervisor needs to see all days at once? Also, is there a reason why the schedule should not be planned automatically by the computer, given the availability and the number of workers needed each hour of each day? If you can relax these constraints, then the supervisor's job -- and the interface -- gets much easier.
Nov
26
answered Offering a black/whitelist tab?
Oct
16
awarded  Good Answer
Sep
25
awarded  Yearling
Aug
29
comment Best place to put optional Sign in/Sign up box on a website with auto-register user
Maybe put the following text in a highlight bar on top of the page: "Already have a ticket book with us? Login and manage your tickets!", with the "login" word made into a link that pops up the actual login form. Visible enough, yet not intimidating. You may change the words "ticket book" according to what your marketing decides to call it; the word "account" is pretty common, yet I feel it may be too generic for your specific case and that's why I'm calling it a ticket book.
Aug
29
comment How to make tags in email template editor clear to all users?
Have you seen how automation recipes on ifttt.com can be created? They have exactly this kind of implementation and I think the design/interaction would work great for your case.
Aug
29
answered Contact us link: should a user be forced to log in right away?
Aug
29
answered Best place to put optional Sign in/Sign up box on a website with auto-register user
Aug
14
comment Designing a password/authentication system usable for young children in a classroom
Could it be that your system needs just identification, and not authentication? (These are easily confused, see here for more: danielmiessler.com/blog/…) Off the top of my head, I can't imagine something that is so important as to need password protection, yet so unimportant that we would trust a kid to choose a password for. Can you maybe give more details of what your system does?
Aug
13
comment Are we stuck with the “Forgot password” link?
"Make it visible only if the user enters incorrect password at least once." -- that will still create "astonishment" for those users who have truly forgotten their password. They will not see a link and it will be counter-intuitive to try to sign in by making up a password. Hence, they will be stuck.
Aug
12
answered single account creation page vs progressive step by step approach?