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comment How do I guide my users to input their silence threshold and vocal range
Could you potentially show us some designs you've worked on? That could help us help you.
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comment Using a survey to identify problems, for usability testing
Also.... Don't ask them what they like or dislike about the product, have them show you. The moment you ask for an opinion, they are going to think too much about it and potentially go away from what they usually do.
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comment What is best practice for a forgotten login email address?
Just keep in mind an email isn't normally forgotten because it is used almost always. I'm kind of curious, do you have data that supports this, and if you do, could you share?
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accepted Is iOS's spell checker good UX?
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comment Right Click options in Web Applications?
What application are you working on? Why wouldn't having right click options in a web application not work? What's your concern? As @Mayo said, elaborate more!
Aug
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comment Whats the best color scheme / theming layout?
So why doesn't what you have work? What's your concern?
Aug
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comment Is iOS's spell checker good UX?
Oh man, that's so true, plus one for that comment!
Aug
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comment Is iOS's spell checker good UX?
I don't buy it. Usually a company like Apple is know to have good UX (most of the time). Just do it, doesn't normally come from companies like that without a valid reason.
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asked Is iOS's spell checker good UX?
Aug
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answered Is it best to add or remove functionality when using checkboxes?
Aug
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comment Why Amazon, Walmart, Fab and others have “login” only under main menu? Why not both login and register?
To add to @Devin's comment. The only reason people register is because they know that the product and or services that they are purchasing is of great value to them. Without even getting either or, a registration will be meaningless.
Aug
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comment How to intentionally make an action difficult to do?
Actually, now that I think about it, I think this is the right solution, especially because he's trying to make it hard.
Aug
27
comment How to intentionally make an action difficult to do?
This is a nice approach, although what if deleting is a bulk task, is this a good way to do it?
Aug
27
comment How to suggest a person to turn a page to see more details?
Im a little weirded out by this question because you're asking how do people know to turn a page, when the physical feedback should be there. There are 5 pages, therefore you should go to the other pages as you finish. Has there been a situation where someone goes like "Oh, I have 5 pages and I've only done one, I'm going to turn this in now since I didn't have feedback to continue."
Aug
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comment Is a search bar needed for small e-commerce sites?
That's fair enough of course. You can always add to a product later :)
Aug
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comment Is a search bar needed for small e-commerce sites?
Yes, but your boutique isn't carrying only 1 item, or 5. You said 50 items. Anything more than 10, or even less, should have a search. Even if you do have a navigation, you want to make it easier for them to find what they want immediately. Remember too, e-commerce always has friction, and you're trying to minimize that friction as much as possible.
Aug
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comment Is a search bar needed for small e-commerce sites?
I was merely curious. And why would you say that? Your site is e-commerce and so is theirs. Search is a common pattern in e-commerce because people have something specific in mind, and don't want to have to spend countless hours trying to find it through menus.
Aug
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comment Is a search bar needed for small e-commerce sites?
Where'd this assumption come from?