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bio website designvsart.com/blog
location Munich, Germany
age 33
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Interaction and user experience designer at XING EVENTS, a leading ticketing and event management service based in Munich, Germany. Local leader and co-founder Interaction Design Association Munich.


Feb
3
answered iOS: Best way to present and receive user input?
Jan
30
awarded  Excavator
Jan
30
revised Multi Language Name Input
I added a screenshot to the answer to make it easier to understand. I find the solution quite good if you have space problems and don't want to show the different languages at the same time.
Jan
30
suggested suggested edit on Multi Language Name Input
Oct
16
awarded  Commentator
Oct
16
comment In a wizard form, should the data be saved to the server at the end of all step or at the completion of each step?
I couldn't agree more on the last point. I would add that you could not only save the data after every step but also after every field is completed. So if the process starts asking for name and email address, eventually phone number, the business could get a lot of valuable information to push for process competition even if the "next step" button is not clicked.
Oct
2
comment Looking up for an item in a list and different table styles in iOS
I would recommend not to use option 2 and 4 in this case, in which the requirement is to show a long list. Expanding one menu item would put the other top menu items too far away.
Sep
24
awarded  Yearling
Sep
23
answered Does user need to activate account via e-mail in registration process?
Sep
17
comment Should PDFs open in a new tab?
I like @MattObee point. Maybe an improvement could be to have the normal link (the file name?) and next to it another link to open the file in new window/tab ("Open in new window").
Jun
18
answered Login page & user parameters page: “password” field VS. “passphrase” field
Jun
17
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jan
15
comment Why use a 3-column layout like StackExchange, Facebook and YouTube?
All that seems to be true, but I would also add that it might also have to be with the human eye. I remember reading in one of Adrian Frutiger's book about how the human eye is always looking for the middle of things and also tries to mirror both sides. For that reason it might be that people find centered websites more beautiful or easier to read.
Jan
14
comment Photos of Users on the Main site
I would second @ajkochanowicz and recommend that pictures look not only pretty but you might also want to pick the ones that look natural too! I'm a fan of this kind of solutions picturing users, sometimes using them in "testimonials", but I have seen on user tests that if pictures are not carefully selected and look "real" then the effect on users is rather negative, causing mistrust and lack of confidence.
Dec
17
answered Payment options Prepaid and paypal used incorrectly by customers
Dec
5
comment Contrast on footer and other elements
Yes, I was actually talking about contrast (and not opacity). Thank you for pointing it out and thank you for the great answer! I edited the question.
Dec
5
revised Contrast on footer and other elements
added 3 characters in body; edited title
Dec
5
awarded  Student
Dec
5
asked Contrast on footer and other elements
Dec
3
awarded  Critic