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Nov
8
comment Tell administration environment apart from the operational one
Does this cause problems to your users at the moment? easiest changes would be colour and logo with the environment next to it or something similar.
Nov
8
answered How do you get feedback on your portfolio?
Nov
8
asked Should I present payment options in an accordion?
Nov
8
accepted Dropdown - Search - Autocomplete
Nov
7
comment Multiple selection filter
I mean if the user has no idea what options are available, the only way they can find it is by scrolling through the list. That's why I think that Select2 Lifecycle could work well,it gives you an option to search or scroll...
Nov
7
answered Multiple selection filter
Nov
7
comment Multiple selection filter
maybe a search would work great there!
Nov
7
comment Dropdown - Search - Autocomplete
Completely agree about the user being in control! We support at least 25 different currencies, so a normal dropdown would be too much. We have considered mobile, and I think we will have to do similar thing to "Amount": search + eliminate choices. Thank you!
Nov
7
asked Dropdown - Search - Autocomplete
Oct
10
comment Should a homepage carousel rotate automatically or not?
Check this out: ux.stackexchange.com/questions/10312/are-carousels-effective
Oct
10
answered When user name is a number, what is the correct name for label
Oct
4
awarded  Yearling
Aug
20
answered Multiple sites on the same domain – Good or bad?
Aug
20
awarded  Informed
Aug
2
revised How do Polish users view online payments in Euros?
added 6 characters in body
Aug
2
answered How do Polish users view online payments in Euros?
Aug
2
comment Red (and green) indicator icons on a dark blue background
@AaronAverill yes I'm doing the reading: pabloartal.blogspot.co.uk/2010/02/… and there in the comments they say that a healthy eye cannot see chromatic aberration. what you are talking about is chromostereopsis.
Aug
1
comment Red (and green) indicator icons on a dark blue background
The eye cannot see "chromatic aberration", but you are correct about the hue vibrating boundaries, they occur along the boundary separating contrasting hues of equal value.
Aug
1
comment Red (and green) indicator icons on a dark blue background
@AaronAverill funny, but wrong the human eye corrects/compensates for it unlike the lens of the camera! Also if you open this image in photoshop and inspect the arrow you can see that it has 1 pixel border.
Aug
1
comment Red (and green) indicator icons on a dark blue background
I think you are talking about colour saturation, both of the colours are too saturated, try reducing saturation of red colour... Not quite sure how Chromatic aberration can be involved in this, when it has to do something with lenses.