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Jul
9
revised Is placing navigation buttons in the toolbar a good practice from the accessibility point of view?
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Jul
9
answered Is placing navigation buttons in the toolbar a good practice from the accessibility point of view?
Jul
9
comment Should “Yes, delete it” be red, or green?
Ho no...and how you will do with mobility. And the most important in mind of every user now trash icon is synonym of delete not synonyms of "are you sure you wante to delete ?" @user645715 I disagree what in pop over distinguish validation from annulation...there is no icon...think about color blindness who see red in grey...
Jul
9
answered Should the input for a new item of a wishlist be at the top or the bottom of that list?
Jun
11
answered Should a user be able to control the timezone when scheduling something?
Dec
17
answered Make people understand they can click on a button in a flat design
Dec
3
comment What version number format would give users the most reassurance?
Beside marketing version like "Yosemite" for mac "seven" for Microsoft, number version are never user useful. I use 3 dot : app.database.minor-apps-evolution
Nov
13
comment Will using “X” for both “close” and “remove” cause confusion
Have a look here I put an similar answerhttp://ux.stackexchange.com/questions/39051/red-checkmark-vs-a-red-x
Nov
12
comment Show progress as percentage or as absolute numbers?
I put a new answer there was not enough place in comment field ;-)
Nov
12
answered Show progress as percentage or as absolute numbers?
Nov
12
revised Show progress as percentage or as absolute numbers?
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Nov
12
revised Show progress as percentage or as absolute numbers?
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Nov
12
answered Show progress as percentage or as absolute numbers?
Nov
12
comment Should a form's back button save the data entered before navigating backwards
As you can read with different answers don't ask user to remember or to retype. Have a look about google app like gmail on PC. No question like "you're going to leave the page. Are you realy sure you want to do that... If you do you will lose you data ...grrrr...do you want to save you data ?"... To much questions which afraid users. The system has to help user not to afraid him. And perhaps if you change the back button by " PREVIOUS" label because it seems there is no hierarchy...you'll have a piece of the answer.
Nov
5
comment When trying to stick to right aligned form label pattern, how do you handle multi-line labels?
First try to align at the bottom the label and the radio buttons. It will be more natural while the reading. The answer will be connect to the question and there is no muscular work for the eyes of your users. In second time try to make shortest question don't forget "don't make me think" or "less is more" postulate. Here the user has a long long long question....
Nov
5
answered Will using “X” for both “close” and “remove” cause confusion
Oct
1
comment How can I make monochrome icons work?
I agree flat is not monochrome synonymous. And I would add between extremities often you find solution. What I mean is that too much skeomorphisme doesn't help with little icon as too much flat doesn't help in form, depth and state icon. Between this two currents there is the current "almost flat" that can help you I think
Mar
20
answered Analog Clock or Digital Clock to tell the time
Dec
17
comment Responsive Nav: How to show user login status on mobile phone width?
yes of course ;-) @greenforest