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Mar
15
answered Best practice for a desktop version dropdown hover menu to work on mobile?
Feb
25
comment Changing Colour of Social Media buttons to match Colour Palette
Related question: ux.stackexchange.com/questions/13030/…?
Feb
25
revised Changing Colour of Social Media buttons to match Colour Palette
added 'ing' to switch for correct grammar
Feb
25
answered Changing Colour of Social Media buttons to match Colour Palette
Feb
13
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
13
comment Does a list of checkboxes necessarily mean multiple choices?
Here area few: techrepublic.com/article/… adobe.com/support/ultradev/edit_database/insert_checkboxes/… and w3schools.com/html/html_forms.asp
Feb
13
awarded  Commentator
Feb
13
comment Check all / uncheck all checkboxes with regards to usability
How about a tooltip when hovering over that checkbox reading "check/uncheck all"?
Feb
13
answered Does a list of checkboxes necessarily mean multiple choices?
Jan
24
comment Is there a widely-understood visual metaphor for using part or all of an existing item to make a new one?
Terrific point about users learning. Gracias. -Mark
Jan
23
revised Is there a widely-understood visual metaphor for using part or all of an existing item to make a new one?
Added three more visual ideas to consider
Jan
23
revised Is there a widely-understood visual metaphor for using part or all of an existing item to make a new one?
Added two more visual ideas to consider
Jan
23
comment Is there a widely-understood visual metaphor for using part or all of an existing item to make a new one?
Trying to convey the idea in something sized like an icon, drawtheweb
Jan
23
answered Is there a widely-understood visual metaphor for using part or all of an existing item to make a new one?
Jan
23
asked Is there a widely-understood visual metaphor for using part or all of an existing item to make a new one?
Jan
23
answered Best Practice for video start image
Jan
20
revised Is there a widely-understood visual metaphor for privacy?
tiny grammar correction
Jan
20
comment Is there a widely-understood visual metaphor for privacy?
Thank you @BennySkogberg and JohnGB. I didn't know the "Icon for X" wasn't allowed - IMHO it seems like it is an valid inquiry that could lead to better UX. Best,
Jan
20
asked Is there a widely-understood visual metaphor for privacy?
Jan
11
answered Hyphenating URLs and email addresses that would overflow their container?