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bio website jgallardo.me
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Mobile User Experience Designer and iOS developer

Also working on a few of my own projects just for fun


Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Apr
29
comment Studies about using red colors in calls to action?
I agree on the downward arrow and I went ahead and implemented that.
Apr
29
comment Studies about using red colors in calls to action?
This makes sense, but I think I may have asked the wrong question. You did provide what was requested but I think that I should have focused on red for primary colors. In my case I was using this color scheme for a download button.
Apr
29
accepted Studies about using red colors in calls to action?
Apr
28
comment Studies about using red colors in calls to action?
@DannyVarod I have not but that would be outside of the prescribed color palette. However I agree that it would normally be a great choice.
Apr
28
comment Studies about using red colors in calls to action?
Ok good point about the consistency. I am leaning towards the alternative button choice with #444 rather than red. Because as you point out, it almost looks like there is an error.
Apr
28
asked Studies about using red colors in calls to action?
Mar
11
accepted How obvious does an icon need to be for young readers to click to “read more”?
Feb
20
revised Studies about yellow increasing readership of technical materials?
Worded it with an attempt to increase clarity of intent
Feb
20
comment Studies about yellow increasing readership of technical materials?
@JessicaYang, oh thank you for pointing that out. I will word that better. My appologies.
Feb
19
comment Studies about yellow increasing readership of technical materials?
@JessicaYang I was asking this question to see if there are clinical studies about this. Because all that I found on the topic sounded very pseudo-scientific.
Feb
19
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Feb
19
comment Studies about yellow increasing readership of technical materials?
You should reread the question. Your "answer" comes off with a harsh tone and you attack points that I never attempted to make. The essence was "pull their attention to the technical links" which you yourself wrote that you agree with. And that is what I cared about. Furthermore, you say that you spent an entire 15 minutes searching databases, which ones? a Google search with color yellow is intellectual pulls up a lot of pages of results, though most sound too mystical. This is why I was asking about clinical studies.
Feb
7
revised How obvious does an icon need to be for young readers to click to “read more”?
added 104 characters in body
Feb
6
comment How obvious does an icon need to be for young readers to click to “read more”?
When I first added that icon, it was because I was going to use a list of things (location, skater, time, etc.). But I agree with the "more info"
Feb
6
asked How obvious does an icon need to be for young readers to click to “read more”?
Feb
6
comment Studies about how many lines from a testimonial a user will read on home page
@user1306322, the company makes replacement teeth. I have certain aesthetic guidelines I have to design in and they really like teeth floating around lol.
Feb
6
accepted Studies about how many lines from a testimonial a user will read on home page
Feb
6
asked Studies about how many lines from a testimonial a user will read on home page
Feb
3
asked Studies about yellow increasing readership of technical materials?