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Apr
14
comment User experience justification for completely eliminating selection graphics for inactive windows?
@dennislees, Wouldn't be surprised. It's the kind of thing that few users would probably complain about, but many would be subtly annoyed by without realizing why.
Apr
14
revised User experience justification for completely eliminating selection graphics for inactive windows?
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Apr
14
asked User experience justification for completely eliminating selection graphics for inactive windows?
Mar
4
comment Design Patterns for Discoverability
I've been experiencing this technique with my phone recently. Unfortunately, the reason is that I had to do a factory reset on the phone, and after reinstalling all my apps, they don't remember any of the features I previously accepted or turned down. This is obviously somewhat of an edge case, but it's something to be aware of when using this technique. Providing a way for the user to bypass the "learning mode" should definitely be considered.
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Oct
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Oct
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Jan
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revised What's the best way to view a deep hierarchy?
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Dec
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revised Is a book more user friendly than an e-book?
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Oct
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Oct
10
revised Are there usability problems with optgroup?
Added images to show what the html actually produces; added definition of optgroup
Oct
10
answered Are there usability problems with optgroup?
Oct
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Oct
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answered Is a book more user friendly than an e-book?
Oct
4
comment Is a book more user friendly than an e-book?
+1 for a well research answer. I do question whether paper can be "zoomed" in any meaningful way as compared with an e-reader (unless you have a real life magnifying glass). I'm also not sure I understand what is meant by "multiple displays". As for legibility, I would say that paper still has a slight advantage due to higher resolution (1200 dpi vs 300 dpi max on an e-reader).
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Oct
18
revised Is it good practice to pre-populate a web app with sample data?
Removed "above" since the order of questions has changed since this answer was written.
Oct
18
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Sep
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revised How mixed percentage bars should be?
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