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comment Most Intuitive way to organize images into albums?
So I guess the question is: what's more important to the user? The sense of count, or the ability to view the images in full? Giving count is an easy solution (just show a number)
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comment Most Intuitive way to organize images into albums?
What I'm trying to say is that, then zooming in. Is that a forced behavior (they have to view in full before applying to an album?) or something the user does non the less? If the user has to view a bigger picture, then why are you showing thumbnails to begin with?
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comment Possible use of blind person's 5x5x3 cm square box?
I'm sorry, but how is this a UX question?
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comment Grid that shows payments and refunds at the same time
Red doesn't always equate to bad. It's the way you present it.
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comment Most Intuitive way to organize images into albums?
Why isn't a thumbnail enough? Isn't a thumbnail supposed to provide enough information at a glance that the user doesn't really have to click full view?
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answered Single Button Placement
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comment Single Button Placement
Also... Add what..? A page title?
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comment Single Button Placement
Is this mobile friendly? If so, the third option is NOT usable.
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comment Best abbreviation of Real-End User Experience?
Is there... Fake User Experience...?
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comment Should I place link in Android title bar?
Why is about and terms tied to the login button. Again, all I'm seeing here is terms and about tied to me logging in.
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comment Should I place link in Android title bar?
All I'm seeing here is "about the login page" the hierarchy here is so confusing.
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comment How to inform the user a textfield has both a character and a line limit?
May I ask @DennisW why the PDF has to be one page?
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comment How to inform the user a textfield has both a character and a line limit?
Users should know that if they click enter that a character gets ticked off. Isn't that enough affordance?
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comment Research behind current design patterns?
There are also sites that don't do that and still succeed. It's about what your users want and the context of the data displayed. It's not just about how it looks, but what is provided to allow the users to move forward in the checkout process. This question seems like a complicated question without knowing more details about what you're doing. What product/service are you selling? Maybe answering that might help us help you.
Feb
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comment Responsive design approach
Agreed wholeheartedly
Feb
3
comment Responsive design approach
Oh jeez, I must have miss that part. That's what happens when you're rushing in your day heheh :D
Feb
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comment Responsive design approach
No problem @Teomanshipahi
Feb
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comment Responsive design approach
Let's not forget... If they are submitting a form, then in the middle of them filling it out they want to resize their browser... All of the information is lost...
Feb
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comment Responsive design approach
So what happens if they decide to resize the screen while they are in the middle of inputting a form? Does it refresh... And all of their work is lost? That's not a good idea...
Feb
3
comment Responsive design approach
What I'm trying to say is, serve up the media queries (even though it takes longer) and don't have the user zoom in and out of their phone... That's not a usual mobile pattern.