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Dec
7
revised What is a good way to display side navigation levels?
added 252 characters in body
Dec
7
comment What is a good way to display side navigation levels?
Last few times I used border-left about 5-10 pixels and solid colour. It does look ragged, and it's done so it would be easier to tell where the user is. Using 2nd example the user will be able to tell almost instantly where he is. Using 1st example the user will have to spend more time trying to find out where he/she is.
Dec
7
answered What is a good way to display side navigation levels?
Dec
7
comment Are users less likely to engage in a site where the content they are posting take some time to write?
Not quite sure what are you asking here. If the user is interested in publishing their tutorial the length of it is up to them. Or am I missing something?
Dec
6
comment Measurement to use when designing for desktop and mobile
also start your design mobile > tablet > computer. There are lots of articles about this.
Dec
6
revised rectangles Vs rounded corners of text fields on mobile
added 27 characters in body
Dec
6
answered rectangles Vs rounded corners of text fields on mobile
Dec
6
comment Add new field to the form as user focuses on the field
didn't understand how to escape this, so when I tab new filed is created, also if I press SHIFT+TAB it should take me back to previous field and it doesn't.
Dec
6
comment Can I safely remove search functionality?
Any idea about who is using the search bar, returning visitors or new ones?
Dec
6
answered iPhone - Hiding/showing a common Carousel view
Dec
5
revised Where can I find info about rudimentary navigation / architecture paradigms?
improved formating
Dec
5
suggested suggested edit on Where can I find info about rudimentary navigation / architecture paradigms?
Dec
4
comment How familiar are users with context menus on Android phones?
@nawcsco I was refering to "Action overflow"
Dec
4
comment Why do checkout processes place payment info last?
Think about the user journey. Imagine you go to the shop and she shopkeeper asks you for the payment details when you enter the store! I guess most of us would leave the place. Also not every time the user wants to ship the goods to the same address. Could you explain how do you see the checkout process working?
Dec
4
comment How familiar are users with context menus on Android phones?
@mawcsco go to play.google.com/intl/en-GB/about/index.html and click 2nd slide, you will see the same method for the menu is used. I'm not saying that there are no difference between iOS and Android. Just because I didn't use Android app as an example doesn't make the example invalid.
Dec
4
comment How familiar are users with context menus on Android phones?
@mawcsco it doesn't matter what OS you use, the questions was about the navigation problem and how to solve it. Would you suggest to stop using pen and paper just because it's not digital?
Dec
4
comment How familiar are users with context menus on Android phones?
@DannyVarod I believe we need to go back to basics not try to re-invent the wheel.
Dec
4
answered How familiar are users with context menus on Android phones?
Dec
4
comment How to show comment at top level, without using a popup?
Depends what you want users to comment on, the whole bug or individual steps. But usually the comments are at the bottom of the screen. I wouldn't suggest restricting the comments to 130 letters, the user might not be able to describe the bug in detail if you will.
Dec
4
comment How to show comment at top level, without using a popup?
@nitish what do you mean responsive and fluid?