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May
15
comment Convey to user that they can input absolute numbers or percentages
Maybe you should establish one?
May
15
comment Convey to user that they can input absolute numbers or percentages
Can I ask why that has to be the case and not just sticking to one input?
May
4
comment Any best practices for displaying and setting complex user permissions for a web application?
The "Permissions Config" checkbox settings is confusing. If the top level is clicked, doesn't that mean all of it's children should be clicked? My don't make the higher level headings checkboxes?
Apr
28
comment Does Lean UX allow working on a bigger vision?
Im like you. Why should we be bound by a "strict way of doing things." If something's working for you, make it apart of the process. Allow others to work on it and take input to see if it's working for everyone. If it isn't, change it up and get something else that works. Hit a sweet spot, not every method works for everyone. I take those things as guides rather than definitive ways of doing things.
Apr
28
comment Should I provide errors when client-side validation was bypassed?
Leaving errors vague will definitely confuse a user.
Apr
27
comment Welcome screen best practices: signup, login, or both?
But you could also assume that most people installing your app will already have a login, unless your app is only an app and not a website too.
Apr
27
comment Welcome screen best practices: signup, login, or both?
Definitely accommodate both, however... Facebook and Twitter know that their incredibly large user base means that most people have an account, which prominently displays the login with what appears to be a secondary (or sometimes a tertiary) action for registration. That really depends on your user base.
Apr
27
comment Which direction indicates newer/older?
It might be nice to just add this here since it seems relevant still: nngroup.com/articles/ok-cancel-or-cancel-ok (and somewhat has to do with this). My two cents though is that we read from left to right in english, making me see that going to the right is newer (you keep landing on newer words), and that's why I add "new" to the right ->
Apr
27
comment How to determine the oldest browser version to support before you have users
I love that site! Also that really depends on the OP's immersive desire for old browser compatibility. The older you go, the less compatible certain code features potentially will be.
Apr
23
comment Should a device charger provide a visual indication that it is charging?
Im confused. What is your question?
Apr
23
comment How to design the optimal UI/UX test teaching lab?
I don't know if I'd connect the test room to the observation room like that. Having the test subject know that people are peering over his shoulder could make him/her uncomfortable.
Apr
23
comment Is it a bad practice if we position breadcrumb to the right side of page header?
Can you show us a design?
Apr
22
comment Simple vs Childish
@DA01 You should probably get that coughing checked :^)
Apr
22
comment Icon to “Reset camera view”
You could just look at the example of already out there enterprise software such as Maya, Blender, Modo, Cinema3D, etc
Apr
22
comment Simple vs Childish
It's really all about your brand. Grubhub (www.grubhub.com) has a very "childish" looking design choice, but that doesn't necessarily make them unprofessional. Same with Dropbox (www.dropbox).
Apr
21
comment Would I need a mobile website for iPhone as well as iPad?
Maybe they are looking for adaptive instead of responsive?
Apr
21
answered How to display a choice between two ComboBox?
Apr
20
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Apr
14
comment Should a conversion to a responsive layout happen site-wide at once, or is incrementally acceptable?
Part of me thinks that gradual release is a good idea because of business pressure, however, more recently I've grown agitated from business interfering with what good design (both UX and visual) is.
Apr
10
comment Cross Mark on the TOP right of the page
Just imagine x-ing out of windows on your computer, but upon restarting, you get all those windows back.