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answered What alternatives to calendars exist for inputing dates on websites?
Nov
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answered How many images should a slideshow carousel rotate automatically?
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Nov
17
answered Appropriate color for updated row data
Nov
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answered Do we need to indicate that an activity that ran very quickly didn't error-out immediately?
Nov
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answered Column headers in a table functioning as input boxes for filtering
Nov
15
answered What is the correct term for a walkthrough once signed up?
Nov
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comment What makes a user think a webpage is 'broken'?
+1 Things happening too quickly is a really good one, and definitely a great example of a case where it was designed to work that quickly but can be perceived as broken even though nothing is really wrong. Many times, if pages seem to stop loading abruptly, I assume that something did not load correctly.
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answered What makes a user think a webpage is 'broken'?
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awarded  Critic
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answered Long page vs horizontal slider for landing page
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answered Opening popup and pages in a new browser window is this a good usability practice for a web application
Nov
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answered Activity feeds - Should deleting feed item affect both parties?
Nov
2
comment How to display a family tree in a horizontal timeline
@JohnPixle, why can't the first example be used but aligned with years? So replace where the image says "1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc." with "1970, 1971, 1972, etc." and align each person with the year they were born. (Unless you need to indicate the year they died as well - I don't have a suggestion for that.) Although generations may be staggered, a person would always appear after their parents, so they horizontal order would be maintained. Also, if this is displayed online, you could make use of tooltips that appear on hover.
Nov
2
answered when designing an app for both Android and iPhone, should the user interface be the same?
Nov
1
answered Is it ok to make non-unlikable like button?
Nov
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answered Pinterest: Can first time users understand “Repin” & “Like”? Why should'nt I simply “like” it as a behavioral attribute?
Nov
1
comment Order of fields in contact forms
Great answer! Good design should guide the user naturally throughout the entire piece (application, site, brochure, manual, etc.) without requiring effort from the user. The order of form elements should follow this same rule. Filling out a form that flows naturally will make the user's effort seem minimal, as @Girish describes, and avoid that "Ugghhh more questions????" feeling that we have all experienced before.
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answered Time based activity feed aggregation - What time?
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comment Prompt user to edit an inline-edit field
Could you make use of a small "Edit" image button next to the text?