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comment Is there a reason for drawing Material Design flat buttons like plain text?
It's bad design. I'm an Android user (and I've been designing and analyzing UIs for decades) and I often don't recognize some text fragments are in fact buttons. I'm learning, but there's no good reason to style a button without stronger visual clues that it is in fact a button. The reasons are aesthetic, I assume, but that's not a good reason.
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answered Delay in loading dropdown menu
Aug
12
comment What's the point of a “Read full story” button?
On my desktop computer the link you provided shows the full article, so in this case it must be detecting a mobile device and is conserving bandwidth.
Aug
12
comment Where to place Logo, left or middle?
The location of the logo is part of the design as a whole. You can put it on the right if that fits in with the design. Having said that, when in doubt put it on the left.
Aug
12
comment What's the best label for an 'occurrences' field?
+1. Was going to say pretty much the same thing. "Number of weeks". or "Number of months". "Number of days". What could be more clear?
Aug
12
comment Should you use hamburger / hidden navigation on larger desktop sized screens?
+1. More: deep.design/the-hamburger-menu
Aug
11
comment What is the best way to indicate a “Sub Menu” on a non-traditional screen?
@NRSELINC "ACTION BAR"?
Aug
11
revised What is the best way to indicate a “Sub Menu” on a non-traditional screen?
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Aug
11
answered What is the best way to indicate a “Sub Menu” on a non-traditional screen?
Aug
11
comment Android - Navigation Drawer “everywhere” drawbacks
There's no inherent problem with a nav drawer, the success depends on a lot of little details.
Aug
11
answered Aesthetic way to hide ones face
Aug
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answered What's the longest acceptable delay before an interaction starts to feel unnatural/requires an error message?
Aug
9
answered Image width and alignment in long-form content: Best practices?
Aug
9
answered Best Practices for Caption Text for Images
Aug
9
answered Choosing the hover color of a link, logically
Aug
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comment Shouldn't the logo be linked to the About page of a website?
@4thAvenue - if you're talking about historical reasons: the "about" page wasn't nearly as prevalent in the early days of the web. But there always was a "home" page, and it just seemed to make sense to link the logo to the home page. If someone lands deep in your site you want to make it easy to get to the home page - that's more desirable than getting them to your about page - so you have multiple ways to get to the home page.
Aug
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comment Shouldn't the logo be linked to the About page of a website?
Logo linking to the home page is an extremely established convention. What do you gain by abandoning it?
Aug
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answered Auto-collapse subitems when using drag and drop for large hierarchical lists?
Jul
5
comment Does the hover functionality on Netflix's website break UI best practice?
It's really bad. If I had the time I'd put together an explanation why it's so bad, but I'll just put my 2 cents in the form of a comment. Hover actions aren't necessarily bad but they must be subtle. Expanding and moving things around as a result of hover is too much. Don't do it.
Jul
5
revised What kind of feedback is appropriate to inform the user that he's actually offline for a mobile app interface?
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