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bio website lastres0rt.com
location Atlanta, GA, United States
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UX Designer who just graduated from Georgia Tech!

I also draw a comic, Last Res0rt, that ends up being a test bed for all those things I learn about good design.

I'm currently looking for a full-time UX Designer role -- if you're keen, check out the the rest of my resume and let me know you're interested so we can discuss things further!


Nov
22
comment How many images should a slideshow carousel rotate automatically?
It's being downvoted because saying "The answer is X because Y said so" is a crappy answer. If you want to claim it reduces load time, say so. If you want to claim users won't stick around long enough to get past the first three images, say so. Appealing to a higher authority is just passing the buck -- you may as well claim Pi is 3 because the Bible says so.
Nov
22
awarded  Commentator
Nov
22
comment CMS Pattern Book
Are you designing a new CMS, or just a site hosted on a CMS (i.e. a Wordpress site vs. a Wordpress alternative)?
Nov
22
answered CMS Pattern Book
Nov
22
comment 12 hr vs 24 hr time
Seconded. Sometimes I want one, sometimes I want the other. I would really design your system to be able to handle both.
Nov
22
awarded  Analytical
Nov
21
comment An alternative to the Feedback side tab/peeking tab
Yeah, something like that.
Nov
21
answered An alternative to the Feedback side tab/peeking tab
Nov
20
answered Form validation and 'Save' button color
Nov
20
comment Form validation and 'Save' button color
Are you asking about the button always being this color, or does it change to a different color when there are no errors?
Nov
20
answered Why left-align a website?
Nov
20
comment Why left-align a website?
Which locales prefer left-aligned sites? Just curious...
Nov
20
comment Combining email and phone inputs into a single text field
The UX problem feeds from the technical problem -- Asking someone to give this OR that is confusing, and ironically when I first read the question I thought you were trying to ask for both at once. If it's confusing from a technical standpoint, then it's definitely confusing from the user's standpoint. I still recommend the solution I suggested above.
Nov
20
answered Combining email and phone inputs into a single text field
Nov
20
awarded  Supporter
Nov
20
comment Animation and motion on the web = bad
Probably because Javascript is supported by all browsers as opposed to just the modern ones. It's like using images instead of CSS3 gradients when you need a stripe -- both work, but one has superior load times and the other one is backwards-compatible.
Nov
20
awarded  Autobiographer
Nov
20
awarded  Teacher
Nov
20
comment Animation and motion on the web = bad
Stuff that depresses when moused over is fine, but your demo is still pretty jarring. Have you looked into CSS3 Transitions? It'd help smooth things out.
Nov
20
answered Banner Ad placement in a mobile app