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Jun
25
answered Should i use modal dialog or separate page for login and signup?
Jun
25
comment UX vs Product Design, what's the difference?
Except that posting seems to involve more visual design and less user research than I'd expect in a UX position.
Jun
25
answered Name, icon, and color of the button
Jun
23
comment Visualising assets, liabilities, revenues, and expenses - together
I would be careful about using 2D and 3D displays for 1D numbers. In your example, the 161.1B difference between assets and liabilities looks a lot bigger because you see them as a pie slices rather than lines. (The 3D example below is even more out of scale.) See this wikipedia article for details.
Jun
23
comment Would you hide prices for a B2B software on products' public site?
Yes, these are the reasons I see repeatedly. Also, sometimes a company handles sales only through their sales staff, not via an online checkout process. In some of these cases the purpose of the site is to show product details rather than prices.
Jun
23
comment Is the lack of interactive design in SLA a barrier to helping users to understand the information?
Apart from the legality, I love your solution. It would be great to see, at a glance, what the SLAs that I accept say.
Jun
23
comment Fling cells in table view
Netflix has a "Send to Top" icon on each item in your DVD Queue (desktop site). It's not flingable, but if it were, I'd be flinging DVDs all day. Looks like a fun interaction.
Jun
23
comment Identity Verification for Remote Usability Testing
A sub-optimal solution to this is to avoid letting legal know about this stuff.
Jun
23
comment Should I use a captcha in my sign up form?
The way I discuss this topic with clients: For every hurdle you put in the way of the user's task, you will lose some number of potential users/customers. How many are you willing to lose?
Jun
19
comment What perceptual mechanism governs this road indicator design?
"...the sign painted on the road (or lane marking) should not be used alone..." Indeed. Some parts of the world get snow on the ground.
Jun
19
comment Need Help Identifying Audience & User Motivations
That makes sense, Devin. Good technique.
Jun
18
comment Need Help Identifying Audience & User Motivations
That's a great Mentalfloss article. I'd recommend, though, finding actual users as subjects, rather than interviewing site owners. In my experience, clients are happy to tell you about their users, but actual user behaviors tend to be quite different from what you hear from clients.
Jun
18
answered Need Help Identifying Audience & User Motivations
Jun
15
comment How to display long lists of nested filters?
I like this better than your original. I usually try to avoid having scrollable bits within a (scrollable) page. Showing both levels of filter as drop-downs avoids that.
Jun
15
comment Is there a list of conventions and standards for notifications, warnings, and messages directed at the user?
I assume you did a "competitors'" audit so you've seen what everyone else is doing. ("Competitor" in quotes because you'll want to see what sites in general are doing, not just your direct competitors.)
Jun
11
answered How are people testing prototypes on Apple/Android watches?
Jun
11
answered Side-by-side Search Results display example
Jun
10
comment Would you get rid of Password field in sign-up form
Exactly. And the user has to go through this process instead of working on the task they came to the site to perform. They're spending their time mucking around in email and My Account rather than (for example) buying stuff from your site.
May
13
comment Using card UI where should a set of actions go? (Share, details, info)
Could you illustrate what "card UI" is? An example would help us understand what you're asking.
May
8
comment How to handle an enormous list of checkboxes?
Yeah, there's probably a better solution than checkboxes for this selection problem. Could you describe the task a little more? Why are people selecting these things? Do they need to make all their selections at once?