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Jul
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comment From/To vs. To/From for shuttle app?
But you see - it needs clarification. Thus, you could at least add proper, descriptive headings: "Departures from campus to the city" and "Departures from the city to campus". Or at least "Campus to city" and "City to campus". You may also consider splitting it into two views to avoid confusion. I believe Kadıköy is a name of a specific stop on the way, and there will be many of them - is it like this? In this case, why not showing all the route top-to-bottom, starting with campus and ending with city in one direction, and the other way around in the other case? It would be self-explanatory.
Jul
7
comment From/To vs. To/From for shuttle app?
Yes, but which case: 1. Left: DEPARTURE from campus to the city, Right: DEPARTURE from the city or case 2: Left: DEPARTURE from campus to the city, Right: ARRIVAL at the campus.
Jul
7
answered From/To vs. To/From for shuttle app?
Jul
7
comment Listing multiple hierarchical data chunks of information in a table row
It's very important to have them displayed, as it allows users to recognize which one is which. In the example I said it sums up to "pictures". In fact, it is a business case in which you define the specific sets by what their content is. Proper naming of the "sets" is not enough in this case.
Jul
6
asked Listing multiple hierarchical data chunks of information in a table row
Jul
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revised Is it a good/acceptable practice to combine checkboxes with radio buttons for one question?
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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.
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asked Providing similar login experience while logging in with a button and with enter
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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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answered Usability and effectiveness of using a safety net to create a secure experience for the user
May
20
comment Should password complexity be shown at login page?
Love it soooo much!
May
17
asked Should password complexity be shown at login page?
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answered Onscreen keyboard standards
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answered Should I never ever use only placeholders in forms?