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bio website tweakers.net
location Amsterdam // Haarlem
age 28
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seen Sep 25 at 11:01

Saves the world in exchange for food. Does something with the web. Mostly product management and interaction design.

Ohyeah, apps are great, so is the web.


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accepted Should we still provide social sharing options in a responsive design?
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comment Should we still provide social sharing options in a responsive design?
1. If I share it with my browser, it doensn't include my userID. It does sound plausible though 4. I disagree with this. From time to time, if I use a twitter button on a website, I get redirected the log-in form instead of directly tweeting it. I have never had the same experience with the build-in function 5. Very good point!
Apr
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comment Should we still provide social sharing options in a responsive design?
Can you be a bit more specific? I think I don't understand you're question
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asked Should we still provide social sharing options in a responsive design?
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comment When offering options, at which position in a sentence should be the desirable one?
Can you give some examples? Is it at easy as "Do you want chicken or beef?" and you want the user to go for 'chicken'?
Apr
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comment Best way to separate navigation and search bar
I think this is a great option. I like the idea of giving the search area a different background color. It's very easy to spot plus it's more 'future-ready', should the eCommerce site choose to expand and offer more or different navigation options.
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accepted Should users be able to zoom in a responsive webdesign?
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asked Should users be able to zoom in a responsive webdesign?
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comment Choosing a Tagline
This isn't the area to ask this question, as stated by Dominik. However, to help you, figure out what your unfair advantage is above your competition. What do you offer which can't be easily obtained by any of your competitors. After that, try to formulate a high level concept (such as: "Aliens is Jaws on a spaceship"). Afterwards, combine the two together and get creative :)
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comment Best ways of Usability testing and relation to prototyping.
It's a pretty broad question. Perhaps you can do some selfstudy first on usability testing (this is a very pragmatic book that I've used all the time: sensible.com/rsme.html)
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