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There is just one purpose of each thing - to make user satisfied. I try to understand the needs behind this satisfaction and respond to them with ideas of things, their features and interfaces.

As an UX designer with PM background in a digital agency, I am experienced in designing and managing production of websites, tools and mobile applications, being, or at least trying to be successful in doing too much in not enough time.

In private life - a father, a husband, and a photographer.


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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Explainer
Jul
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comment Providing similar login experience while logging in with a button and with enter
That would only hide submit button for anyone who has javascript enabled and send the form on enter keypress. It does not deal with the checkbox at all, and it's jQuery code rather than UX pattern. Besides, I don't think having submit button hidden would be a good idea at all. It would just limit users options to log in only to pressing enter (while some of them could be unaware of such possibility) and deteriorate the affordance of the whole form.
Jul
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asked Providing similar login experience while logging in with a button and with enter
Jul
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awarded  Popular Question
Jul
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answered What are some of the good ways to keep minimal (not cluttered) view and minimum number of clicks at the same time?
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awarded  Curious
Jun
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answered Usability and effectiveness of using a safety net to create a secure experience for the user
May
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comment Should password complexity be shown at login page?
Love it soooo much!
May
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asked Should password complexity be shown at login page?
May
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answered Onscreen keyboard standards
Apr
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answered Should I never ever use only placeholders in forms?
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awarded  Good Question
Mar
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accepted The reasoning behind book dust jacket while there is a hardcover
Mar
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answered Best Pattern for Creating Plans
Mar
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comment The reasoning behind book dust jacket while there is a hardcover
PatomaS, regarding selling the same book in different countries, it's a valuable point regarding conversion centered design. DanNeely, you may be right to some extent, but... I doubt it really works like this. Books are usually put on shelves, so they are not exposed directly to UV; besides I don't really believe this factor matters much here, as there seems to be no connection between book value and dust jacket, e.g. I have a quite valuable edition of "World of Edena" in just hardcover and some dictionaries that are no bookbinding marvels, yet these are the ones that have it.
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Mar
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revised The reasoning behind book dust jacket while there is a hardcover
Changing "wraparound" to "dust cover".
Mar
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comment The reasoning behind book dust jacket while there is a hardcover
This is interesting and, indeed, explanatory. However, I do understand the historical point; the thing is it does not seem to provide an extra value any more. As you mentioned, there is a strong influence of tradition and expectations, so in fact it may be more skeumorphical. The real question is, though, if it is reasonable any more, as the function is in question here, in my eyes, in times when books are cheap and have strong hardcovers. And even from the selling point of view, there is usually some additional wraparound with some extra CTA (like "Bestseller!" or "Over 99 trillions sold!").