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revised Image sizes - desktop vs. tablet
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May
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answered Image sizes - desktop vs. tablet
Apr
29
answered What are the go-to control colours, besides Red, Green and Blue?
Apr
13
revised subfolder or subdomain - Which one is the best?
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Apr
13
answered subfolder or subdomain - Which one is the best?
Apr
12
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
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awarded  Nice Question
Apr
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awarded  Popular Question
Apr
11
asked When requesting a donation, is it better to have a prefilled button or enter their own value?
Mar
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awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
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Mar
25
answered Why do websites toggle header visibility on scroll?
Mar
20
answered Are expanding divs a bad idea for a mobile portfolio?
Mar
19
comment Are expanding divs a bad idea for a mobile portfolio?
I just read an article, yesterday, showing that the "Read More" idea of expanding content is far more preferable. Of course, I can't find the article now.
Mar
18
comment Is there a UX reasoning for low-placed TVs?
Watching television is not the same as reading a monitor. With television, specifically movies, you are trying to immerse yourself into the field of view as if you are there. You want your line of sight to encompass the full field of view.
Mar
18
revised Is there a UX reasoning for low-placed TVs?
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Mar
18
comment Is there a UX reasoning for low-placed TVs?
I can't think of any movie theater I've ever been to where I look down at the screen. You can't suggest a TV be placed low to the ground based on the statement that TVs should not be placed high over fireplaces.
Mar
18
answered Is there a UX reasoning for low-placed TVs?
Mar
2
revised Is strike through text a good indicator for an item in a list for being deactivated
Stricken, not strick. Grammar for title
Mar
2
suggested approved edit on Is strike through text a good indicator for an item in a list for being deactivated