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comment Auto-collapse subitems when using drag and drop for large hierarchical lists?
@DanielDeLaney I'm legitimately confused. You can still talk about the UX of an interface and how it works.
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comment Auto-collapse subitems when using drag and drop for large hierarchical lists?
@DanielDeLaney that's weird, what do you think an interface is for? The computer isn't going to use it, a person will!
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comment Auto-collapse subitems when using drag and drop for large hierarchical lists?
Thanks @nightning - it's always a good idea to give some background, if you have it, so us designers who are outside looking in, could potentially give some input!
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comment Auto-collapse subitems when using drag and drop for large hierarchical lists?
Plus, an interface problem is a UX problem
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comment Auto-collapse subitems when using drag and drop for large hierarchical lists?
Instead of saying that @DanielDeLaney, you could try extracting more information like what I'm doing.
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comment Auto-collapse subitems when using drag and drop for large hierarchical lists?
Or rather what this list is for?
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comment Auto-collapse subitems when using drag and drop for large hierarchical lists?
Isn't a hierarchical list navigation? Can you give us a little bit more insight on what this list does?
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comment Auto-collapse subitems when using drag and drop for large hierarchical lists?
What's this menu for? Is it just a regular navigational menu?
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answered Should I switch my major to Computer Science to become a UX designer?
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revised How to design a progress tracker for a mobile environment?
added 2 characters in body
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reviewed Approve When is it better to use “You” versus using the user's name?
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comment Best way to represent product catalogue?
I've had this experience before where people who have no design background (when I say this I mean 0 design skills) try to give input just so their job is justified. It sucks but it also happens.
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comment Should we use the 3x3 9-dots icon as an apps menu?
This is a perfect breakdown with how I feel. Discoverability shouldn't be concealed, because it ruins what discoverability is. Thanks for this breakdown!
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comment Need better terminology for 'Save Form' and 'Submit Form'
I'm not too sure that's a good idea @BartGijssens. There could be some scenarios where someone will want to submit it because they know details (and don't have to have another hidden step), or want to save it for later because they don't know their full team's details.
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comment Need better terminology for 'Save Form' and 'Submit Form'
I suggest you change the the button "save changes" to "save for later" because right now, save changes and submit are very similar, other than one is heavy which leans the user towards that. Also, instead of submit, say something along the lines of "Add your team and be ready to compete." Try to stay away from ambiguous button labels. Submit is ok, but doesn't really clarify what the user is trying to do.
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reviewed Approve When is it better to use “You” versus using the user's name?
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comment When is a website too humanized/personal?
If someone wanted human, you'd think they would go into a store and talk to one, or on the phone. I think being on a website kind of counters that entirely. Yes, you want to make it more friendly (UX wise, design, etc), but adding smiling faces all over could be a little creepy lol
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reviewed Edit When is a website too humanized/personal?
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revised When is a website too humanized/personal?
Apostrophes. And other grammatical twiddling.
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comment Can sign up/log in be unified in one button?
The question was definitely interesting, but I could definitely foresee issues with that design pattern. Never hurts to try something new, but sometimes what isn't broken doesn't need fixing ;-)