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answered Is the marquee loading bar bad for user experience?
Mar
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answered Should image overlays have a close button?
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reviewed Approve In which situations is a popup window most appropriate?
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comment Should a toggle button show its current state or the state to which it will change?
Toggle button has two states. If you had to introduce a third one, for example add/remove from "global-list" and add/remove from "my-list", I would group two toggle states visually together and place the third button "add to my-list" button next to them. As a UX designer, you can consider simplifying user-flows and interaction rules. If you could separate "my-list" interactions from "global-list" interactions, that would be the right thing to do.
Mar
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reviewed Approve Simplifying the ui as a user gets more familiar with your app
Mar
24
reviewed Approve Is there a universally recognizable “Download” button?
Mar
22
answered Registration form on landing page
Mar
21
reviewed Approve The reasoning behind book dust jacket while there is a hardcover
Mar
19
revised Demonstrating that Audio and Video can't play at the same time?
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answered Demonstrating that Audio and Video can't play at the same time?
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answered Helptext area vs Help “Tool Tip” icons on click
Mar
13
answered Why do we waste so much Screen-Real-Estate?
Mar
13
revised Should I send users to the [group] they just created or show them the new [group] in context?
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Mar
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answered Should I send users to the [group] they just created or show them the new [group] in context?
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reviewed Approve What would be a good placement for a translation menu that works well on the desktop and mobile versions of a website?
Mar
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reviewed Approve Parallax scrolling and accessibility