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Cheesecake aficionado. Former pro-wrestler.


Mar
3
comment Why are image captions so compelling that they get read 300% more than body copy?
Thanks for the great answer and all the research. Looking through it, one thing I found interesting was: "Smaller type encourages focused viewing behavior (that is, reading the words), while larger type promotes scanning." So it seems that keeping the image caption text smaller (in traditional caption style) and with engaging content is the way to go.
Mar
3
accepted Why are image captions so compelling that they get read 300% more than body copy?
Feb
28
asked Why are image captions so compelling that they get read 300% more than body copy?
Feb
23
revised Pattern for adding/removing an item within a form
edited tags
Feb
23
awarded  Autobiographer
Feb
23
accepted Pattern for adding/removing an item within a form
Feb
23
comment Pattern for adding/removing an item within a form
The grayed-out area is an interesting idea. Has anyone seen examples of this in the wild?
Feb
21
comment Any research on the usability of the “inline modals” design pattern?
@CodeMaverick, thanks for the great response. I like the distinction between modal vs modeless. In the context of Apple's website, I wonder if it would have been better to just have the "modeless" content slide down or something than make the user click around a bunch? I guess it would take some user testing to really make that call.
Feb
21
accepted Any research on the usability of the “inline modals” design pattern?
Feb
20
revised Any research on the usability of the “inline modals” design pattern?
added explanation on image
Feb
20
asked Any research on the usability of the “inline modals” design pattern?
Feb
18
awarded  Teacher
Jan
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awarded  Editor
Jan
29
revised Are carousels effective?
added an interesting sidenote
Jan
29
answered Are carousels effective?
Jan
23
comment Pattern for adding/removing an item within a form
@grzeg and Leslie M: Interesting ideas but it just seems to me like that sort of interaction pattern is maybe more work than necessary to add 1 to 4 products. Thanks for the response though!
Jan
22
asked Pattern for adding/removing an item within a form
Sep
17
accepted When designing an interface, how many design alternatives do you create?
Sep
17
comment When designing an interface, how many design alternatives do you create?
This describes the style of thinking used to generate alternative designs: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parallel_thinking
Sep
17
asked When designing an interface, how many design alternatives do you create?