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Feb
14
revised Large set of options in a dropdown
Added a tweak to already suggested solution.
Feb
14
comment Large set of options in a dropdown
@wcdomy - They are supposed to work in tandem. It can be of great help if user doesn't remember a word like "maserati" and type in just "mas" or navigate using the bottom provided links by clicking "m", "ma", and then "mas" to find "maserati" eventually. He may not remember the word absolutely, but when he sees a limited list showing him the only available options, he will be sure of where he is going.
Feb
13
revised 'X'-close button on iPhone
added 227 characters in body
Feb
13
comment 'X'-close button on iPhone
@JonW - Done....I am currently occupied, may add more soon!
Feb
13
revised 'X'-close button on iPhone
added 258 characters in body
Feb
13
revised 'X'-close button on iPhone
added 17 characters in body
Feb
13
answered 'X'-close button on iPhone
Feb
13
answered Large set of options in a dropdown
Feb
13
reviewed No Action Needed How to design the input field for recipe ingredients
Feb
12
comment What's the best way to conduct user research at a trade show?
Tell them 5 and take their 15 minutes? ;) and perhaps make those 5 minutes the most interesting ones so that they lose track of time! :)
Feb
12
reviewed No Action Needed How to provide a visual indication that user needs to enter at least a few characters before an ajax search begins?
Feb
12
reviewed No Action Needed What do you call non-retina displays?
Feb
11
revised How can I teach the user a new gesture?
added 232 characters in body
Feb
11
answered How can I teach the user a new gesture?
Feb
4
reviewed Reviewed How does individual vs pluralistic language affect community?
Feb
3
reviewed Reviewed Context sensitive help - making sure they use it
Feb
3
reviewed Reviewed why are circular buttons in software/websites so rarely used?
Jan
28
comment How to best indicate navigation menu on mobile
I like 3 dots better than 3 lines as they are less intrusive and take up less space on screen, but again, they are small and have a smaller hit area and users' eyes can easily miss them or mis-hit them!
Jan
28
awarded  Critic
Jan
28
comment Prefer buttons over text links when designing for mobile?
But text can also be a "button"!! :) And moreover, size of the text-button is not a problem if the whole interface is basically typography based and there are sufficiently big hit areas defined for the text-buttons! :)