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accepted When dragging large elements - will an equally large placeholder hinder Usability?
Oct
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accepted Draggable and Edditable - How to solve?
Oct
12
comment When dragging large elements - will an equally large placeholder hinder Usability?
this is what i thought too, actually i wanted to draw a line instad of a box in the second screenshot.
Oct
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comment When dragging large elements - will an equally large placeholder hinder Usability?
thank you for your input, that is a valid apporach
Oct
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asked When dragging large elements - will an equally large placeholder hinder Usability?
Jul
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comment Draggable and Edditable - How to solve?
I am currently using paint for this sort of thing heh. For final demo a real html/js prototype.
Jul
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comment Draggable and Edditable - How to solve?
That looks like a nice solution! What did you use to make the demo?
Jul
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asked Draggable and Edditable - How to solve?
Apr
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comment What explains the current shift from glossy UIs to matte UIs?
+1 for lickable buttons!
Apr
20
comment Is it still effective and appropriate to use psychological pricing for IT people?
even high ticket software costs 4499$ etc, so I would say, you won't have a problem, people are used to this.
Apr
12
comment Why is Google's “I'm Feeling Lucky” button still next to the search bar?
"It's possible to become too dry, too corporate, too much about making money. I think what's delightful about 'I'm Feeling Lucky' is that it reminds you there are real people here," Google exec Marissa Mayer explained, or at least tried to. gawker.com/324927
Apr
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comment Why is Google's “I'm Feeling Lucky” button still next to the search bar?
If I did I wouldn't have said "believe" or "think" ;) I have read somewhere, but cant cite it, and not sure 100%.
Apr
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answered Why is Google's “I'm Feeling Lucky” button still next to the search bar?
Apr
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comment Best way to align 15 form fields for high conversion
So basically 2 steps but with no step indication? I like that. I have researched a lot and the opinions seem unconclusive. Hubspot for example says there isn't really a difference in conversion between 5 fields and 10 fields. Perhaps, its more important what you get for filling out the form.
Mar
21
comment Opt-ins versus opt-outs in forms - does nobody else care?
this reads very confusing. Wonder how they came up with it. AFAIK in EU you need double opt-in, opt in on the form, and then confirm via mail. And I think prechecked checkboxes are not allowed. You need to actively check it.
Mar
20
accepted Where to find “Tiles” Design on Homepages in the wild
Mar
20
comment Where to find “Tiles” Design on Homepages in the wild
yours is the only answer so far - so it is the best, the worst and everything else as well ;)
Mar
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comment Where to find “Tiles” Design on Homepages in the wild
masonry seems to be the right idea.