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Oct
3
comment Suggestions for Microsoft Ribbon UI where multiple actions are required across groups
Customizing is expensive (dev time-wise) in the short term but very advantageous for power users. This said, Ribbon is one of the UI paradigms that are somehow overvalued.
Apr
4
answered Compare two list of elements & visualize similarity between them
Mar
30
comment Is it a bad idea to not allow users to register with an easy to guess password?
You might be referring to the practice of setting launch codes for missiles to 0000 )
Mar
30
comment Is it good UX or bad UX to prevent people from disabling javascript?
It may be a matter of principle for some to disable the black magic of Google Analytics.
Mar
30
comment Is it good UX or bad UX to prevent people from disabling javascript?
Likely a discussion-provoking question.
Mar
12
comment Beyond a one-size-fits-many-Westerners approach: Which mobile apps take localization seriously?
This is going to be almost entirely opinion-based.
Jan
21
comment Why do we need a friend/follower count?
This is part of making social networks an addiction. People crave for attention, and numbers are an easy proxy indicator for that.
Nov
20
awarded  Student
Nov
20
comment Is there a definitive answer to the line length readability question in the context of programming code
@MarjanVenema - Respectfully disagree. Ability to scan long lines degrades as the line grows longer, so there must exist an optimum (not the same for everybody, but that's immaterial).
Nov
19
awarded  Scholar
Nov
19
accepted Should complex new UI designs be user-tested element-by-element or as a whole?
Nov
18
comment How to handle “consistency” when the meaning of the word isn't…consistent?
Applauding for going to UX. Related (but not a duplicate): ux.stackexchange.com/questions/48166/…
Nov
18
comment Should complex new UI designs be user-tested element-by-element or as a whole?
@JonW - edited.
Nov
18
revised Should complex new UI designs be user-tested element-by-element or as a whole?
An attempt to evade bad subjective
Nov
18
asked Should complex new UI designs be user-tested element-by-element or as a whole?
Nov
18
awarded  Yearling
Nov
18
comment How to avoid accidental email sending?
Very very true. +1'ed.
Nov
18
revised How to avoid accidental email sending?
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Nov
18
comment How to avoid accidental email sending?
@RedSirius - agreed, the distinction is not made clear in my post. Thanks for pointing it out.
Nov
18
comment How to avoid accidental email sending?
The line "has been sent" is misleading. There was no network connection made; some users may expect quasi-instant delivery.