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Jun
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May
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comment Which way should the indicator arrow be facing for this interaction?
I would think that the link would take the user to another page. Giving the user information about what is going to happen when they click a link is important. without some form of indicator, it seems to me that the user would assume it's linking to a separate page and not expanding the page.
Apr
27
revised How to determine the oldest browser version to support before you have users
Added a little extra text around market segments after re-reading question
Apr
27
answered How to determine the oldest browser version to support before you have users
Apr
23
answered Do I need to include a call to action if the title of an event is also linked?
Apr
23
comment Do I need to include a call to action if the title of an event is also linked?
Redundancy isn't always the enemy. Sometimes it can be very helpful.
Nov
11
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Nov
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Apr
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asked What sort of tasks should be included in a lab test to determine baseline for a user?
Feb
28
comment Responsive Design - How to deal with wide HTML Tables
Our dev went for transparent PNGs and absolutely positioned divs. There may be better ways to accomplish this, but that was the quick and dirty way
Feb
22
answered Responsive Design - How to deal with wide HTML Tables
Feb
22
comment Responsive Design - How to deal with wide HTML Tables
I disagree, MCeley. I ran into this with a client not long ago and I can't think of how i would display tabular data (taking the implementation fully out of, I couldn't really figure out how it should look). Long tables are really nasty.
Nov
15
comment Language selection: top or bottom of the page?
To msanford, I don't know that this is a good place for below the fold/above the fold. It's about the scenario. If they have enough of a percentage of users that need to change the language, they shouldn't have to search for this function (as searching an English site is difficult for a non-native speaker). Above and obvious makes sense. If it's a secondary piece, then below is fine, but my preference is still both.
Nov
15
comment Language selection: top or bottom of the page?
Benny's comment came in while i posted my answer. Agreed on use both. This is good redundancy not bad.
Nov
15
answered Language selection: top or bottom of the page?
Nov
12
comment UI to let user pick some movies (3 - 6) from all movies released till now (>1 M)
I minored in Film Studies in college, yet when presented with "List your top 5 movies" I freeze. It's often times hard to pick when you consider the large breadth of movies most people have seen, and even harder when people really LIKE most movies they see. Too many choices, not enough memory space :D
Nov
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