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Nov
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Aug
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awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
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comment How to make font that clearly distinct “b” and “d” without sacrificing legibility
not sure if I like the / - when looking at that, I immediately read 0Ob0 - maybe make the stalk of the the D thicker? or taller? it feels like it doesn't extend enough above the c part
Aug
8
answered How to make font that clearly distinct “b” and “d” without sacrificing legibility
Aug
6
comment Something similar to endorsements?
maybe some form of a document icon with a +?
Aug
1
comment Prototyping - use real or dummy content?
+1 just for the veggieipsum, but only because the about page showed me the way to the real gold - baconipsum.com !!!!
Jun
25
comment How you decide which display is best when everyone (users and stakeholders) that is asked has a different and strong opinion?
Would it be viable to display it as per night, tax per night, and total cost all in one screen?
Jun
4
answered Practices to undertake while designing interfaces that ask for sensitive information
Apr
1
awarded  Commentator
Apr
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comment Is Chrome's ToS usage statistics opt-in a dark pattern?
For clarification, I believe the posters concern here is the design that makes it appear as though you are accepting the terms of usage. It looks similar to a checkbox that would be in that location normally to accept the terms, however in this case, you can leave it unchecked and still accept terms
Mar
7
comment What to call “Cancel” when “Cancel” is already the default action?
Skype designers: Lets also add in the ability to "Do not ask me again" so if you check this box, then pick the wrong answer from misunderstanding, the frustration is only worse!
Mar
1
answered Is it better to represent simple labeled information as table or just text with subheadings?
Feb
27
comment How do I best describe a “confirm a download” in a dialog box?
if you stay with the same, make sure to change to "By confirming your download" - although possibly rephrased to change the verb from confirming to verify, or something similar?
Feb
21
comment Is there a nice way to deal with geo-restricted access?
in theory, yes, in reality, if my company were to get in legal ramifications due to content I provide to specific users, then you better believe I won't be providing it.
Feb
19
revised Looking for best practice, articles, tests or studies on video placement on websites.
fixed typo in title
Feb
19
suggested suggested edit on Looking for best practice, articles, tests or studies on video placement on websites.
Feb
15
answered What are we calling the 3 lines button in mobile apps?
Feb
12
comment All my users are from Afghanistan; or, how to get users to correctly fill out a form
@LieRyan I would actually disagree - most sites do that stuff, but hide it in a privacy policy or the like, whereas a location based on IP used for a customer visible component is immediately visible by a user. The users that will have problems with it are the same users that will not be bothered (or won't be PC-literate enough) to read the full privacy policy etc. Ultimately it depends on the users your site is tailored to though.
Jan
30
comment All my users are from Afghanistan; or, how to get users to correctly fill out a form
as stated above, data mining location via IP can cause some users to feel that you have taken information you shouldn't have - people are paranoid about any personal information (even as vague as country) being used without being expressly given (despite the fact that google does it every day, all day)
Jan
30
comment All my users are from Afghanistan; or, how to get users to correctly fill out a form
I actually dislike this approach as a user (2nd option) - I could see where some users would feel that you are getting data that is not given to you and who knows what else data you might be getting from them etc - some people are paranoid like that...