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reviewed Approve OK to make text, buttons, etc. larger on iPad than corresponding iPhone app?
Jan
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reviewed Approve Metro guidelines or windows Desktop UX guidelines
Jan
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reviewed Approve Is the list view a more appropriate design pattern for sorting or ordering data items in a Windows 8 style design
Jan
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comment Have high-profile international events had any long-term impact on UX best practices?
I have rewritten the question to hopefully be more focused.
Jan
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revised Have high-profile international events had any long-term impact on UX best practices?
Added a word.
Jan
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awarded  Cleanup
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revised Have high-profile international events had any long-term impact on UX best practices?
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asked Have high-profile international events had any long-term impact on UX best practices?
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awarded  Constituent
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awarded  Caucus
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reviewed Approve Which direction indicates newer/older?
Dec
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reviewed Approve Will the concept of “Up button” still exist in Material design?
Dec
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reviewed Approve Is it OK to autocorrect users when they have mistyped parts of their email address?
Dec
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reviewed Edit Good UX for a form
Dec
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revised Good UX for a form
clarified title: topic is form-specific
Dec
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comment I've never met an infographic I didn't hate. But do they even work?
The best I can do is to then point you to the references in the paper. Specifically the study by Bateman (2010) that investigated comprehension and cognitive recall, and the subsequent critique by Few (2011). I'm not aware of recent work that answers your question directly.
Dec
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answered How to detect bad UI design
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answered I've never met an infographic I didn't hate. But do they even work?
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awarded  Yearling
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reviewed Approve When should hyperlinks be underlined?