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Feb
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answered Is it worth to spend this much of time for paper prototyping?
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revised Is 'Mobile first' a suitable approach for creative workshop with non-interaction designers?
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answered Is 'Mobile first' a suitable approach for creative workshop with non-interaction designers?
Jan
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comment Are you sure you want to answer this question?
related: ux.stackexchange.com/questions/39337/…
Jan
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comment How to indicate this button/link opens a new tab
@timmied I agree that it's a WCAG issue. But the reason it's an issue stems from a violation of the REST principle.
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comment How would you have avoided the Miss Universe 2015 mistake?
@Alex I think if you have a big gold envelope with a crown on it, it's hard to misinterpret. (Assuming they rehearse at least once).
Dec
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revised How would you have avoided the Miss Universe 2015 mistake?
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comment How would you have avoided the Miss Universe 2015 mistake?
I'd use color for the winner, and add a little crown icon. mixing up the runners up is not such a big deal, but the host should never be able to mistake the winner.
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answered How would you have avoided the Miss Universe 2015 mistake?
Dec
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revised Why does reading the Memory Alpha website cause horizontal lines in my vision?
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answered Why does reading the Memory Alpha website cause horizontal lines in my vision?
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revised What to do if client insists that we use an inferior design?
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comment Design process : which is the best moment to include developers in the process of software development?
"ask them how they feel that will help the user that is using the software" I tend to do this by asking all stakeholders to re-frame comments as user stories. This forces them to take the perspective of the user automatically.
Sep
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comment Sorting many Text boxes in a form
If you have the time, have a look at Web Form Design by Luke Wroblewski. It's basically a whole book about this problem. It's also concise and well-written.
Sep
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comment Is it a good idea to hide logout button with error/warning message?
Also, note that the stackexchange editor has a button that you can use to make wireframes in your posts (like Larivact did below). That might make your mockup look a bit more understandable.
Sep
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comment Is it a good idea to hide logout button with error/warning message?
Could you add some of your reasoning to the question? Could you elaborate on what the problem is that you're trying to solve by hiding the logout link?
Sep
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comment Is it a good idea to hide logout button with error/warning message?
Confirmation dialogs are almost always bad UX.
Sep
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comment Is it a good idea to hide logout button with error/warning message?
Don't berate people for asking questions. The OP never claimed to know anything about UI design. Perhaps the thinking is that the user should not log out before they've acknowledged that the form hasn't been saved. Figure out what problem the OP is trying to solve, then answer.