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answered Alternative to breadcrumbs in navigating groups of content
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answered What to do when your application has an “unmanageable” number of settings?
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comment What to do when your application has an “unmanageable” number of settings?
+1 for "make design decisions." I'd +1 again for "sensible defaults" if I could.
Feb
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comment Grouping unrelated settings
Agreed. The search feature is probably not necessary, but having the UI primarily support the users' most frequent tasks is a good way to go.
Feb
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comment Better labels than “Date 1” and “Date 2”
+1 I always think it's best to not have labels unless they're necessary.
Feb
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comment Should a delete button actually delete?
I'm not sure you want "Delete" to mean two different things. "Wait. Last time I deleted something I could get it back. This time it's gone!"
Feb
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comment Should a delete button actually delete?
I'm just saying that you need to provide a method for people to recover from errors. Users don't care how you do that. (In most cases, though, there's a time limit. Gmail gives me an undo for a short period of time. The iOS Photos app deletes photos from "Recently Deleted" after some amount of time.)
Feb
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answered Should a delete button actually delete?
Jan
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answered What to do when process diagrams become too big?
Jan
29
comment Data on forcing marketing opt-in?
It would be interesting to implement the forced opt-in and see how many meaningful leads come from it. (Then publish your findings!)
Jan
29
comment Data on forcing marketing opt-in?
"Forcing opt-in" is an oxymoron, isn't it?
Jan
28
comment What to use for “other” or “unknown” gender?
This question seems to be not about how to label genders that are neither M/F, but about how to label the slice where there's no data. (It could be about any category set: Honda vs Ford vs Acura vs Unknown.)
Jan
27
comment Statistics and Usability
Good answer. Let me add that the best usability test (in my opinion) is done using a think-aloud protocol. And thinking aloud interferes with those quantitative metrics. Therefore, I believe that usability tests should be considered qualitative research, rather than quantitative.
Jan
26
comment When do you include client in UX process
(Sorry, I misread the question. Comment deleted.)
Jan
24
answered Calculating tasks response time with paper-prototypes?
Jan
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comment Call to Actions on Navigation Links
Yes, Bruno. It depends on what that "new content" is. The red dot is perfect if it's temporary notifications, otherwise, I think the red dot has to be avoided.
Jan
23
comment Call to Actions on Navigation Links
The little red notification icon does draw attention to nav elements on a page, but when I click one I expect to see the new items flagged in the same way on the sub-page. It's like when you click the link that says "Inbox (10)" in your mail app. You expect to see the new things clearly marked, and you expect the little "(10)" to disappear once those things aren't new anymore.
Jan
23
comment Call to Actions on Navigation Links
Ugh. Is Link 4 interesting to users or just to the stakeholders?
Jan
21
answered Sex or gender on web and system apps?
Jan
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answered Best way to ask the user which dictionary he wants to use