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Nov
4
comment On mobile, how should I present a post that has both comments and a main media component requiring a large thumbnail?
And what if comments section is empty? User must make some action to view that. I mean that it's good to inform user in some way that post has comments on post page. Also displaying number of comments will indicate interest to the post in general. Touchable comments icon to the right of post title will do the think IMO. Also, touchable post title leading to comments section is better than white space I think. You can change post title style to indicate it has comments for example.
Nov
4
comment On mobile, how should I present a post that has both comments and a main media component requiring a large thumbnail?
Twitter app for iOS is very different from your proposed layout and can hardly be analogue for it. My question is what if post doesn't have any comment? Another question is how user will navigate from image view to comments view?
Nov
4
comment Web - Displaying data in a table
If you are using Excel metaphor, why not to mimic Excel Normal view or Google Docs Spreadsheet Normal view? They both have the same or very close layout and behavior.
Oct
8
comment How can users take part in sorting of articles that need changes in a website?
After writing this answer I found great illustration of one of possible solutions mentioned. It is so nice that I place this link with please (not affiliated) - medium.com/@lucabenazzi/…
Oct
1
comment A new way to display true / false values to user
Single radio button? While 'usual' checkbox is square, true/false checkbox is round.
Oct
1
comment Selecting a multiline text from multiple predefined ones
I think that it's hard to make decision which text to select if you need to make selection based on whole text - you need to read each of N option of 600 letters and make decision if you really need one. So, is it possible for your system to use short one-word descriptions for texts? In this case you can change your task taking in mind this ability. Did you make mockup showing your several 600 letters options with real text in it? This can help to check if it's ok for users. Or you can combine both option presentations in your implementation.
Sep
19
answered How can users take part in sorting of articles that need changes in a website?
Sep
12
answered Is user stupidity reason for bad UX?
Aug
26
comment Using funny error messages in Finance
What is your primary reason to think about using funny messages? What they help to achieve from your point of view?
Jul
10
answered How to handle user removing editable text from image?
Jan
14
awarded  Yearling
Jan
4
answered Why are enterprise application UI boring/dull
Dec
27
comment Dealing with clutter on user profile activity feeds
In addition, I think you should make meaningful data more visible - maybe the same font size as another text, but in any way icons should be placed into shadow. Note that now they are like letters in a text and make it different to notice. Make icons smaller and more transparent for example.
Dec
21
answered Secure but still usable license key retrieval mechanism?
Dec
20
comment What is the correct currency formatting with zero amounts?
Happy if it helped. I also like the option which offered by ColdCat in his comment to the question and which could be combined with option you are using.
Dec
19
comment What is the correct currency formatting with zero amounts?
@SurjithSM: I'm sorry that were typos, I corrected them and update my answer. SurjithSM noticed that Total Net was %1.50.
Dec
19
revised What is the correct currency formatting with zero amounts?
typo corrected
Dec
19
answered What is the correct currency formatting with zero amounts?
Dec
18
comment Helping users understand that two, and only two options must be selected
@KonradMorawski I agree - this is no ideal solution. As Andy said in comment to this question we need more about scenario.
Dec
18
comment Helping users understand that two, and only two options must be selected
@Morawski I agree with you but also I think that we have no incorrect answers here - they all will work, so the main task is to choose more suitable for particular situation. As for me I like this control because it has more compact size than listbox as well as it's pretty informative.