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May
20
accepted How to lay out content when the workflow for creating and consuming them is different?
May
19
awarded  Curious
May
18
comment How to lay out content when the workflow for creating and consuming them is different?
@SteveDL I'm not asking how to make both views flow the same way; I'm saying, yes, this is what is inevitable because of the nature of the application, but what can I do to ease this problem? How should I lay everything out so it is easy to use? Do I sacrifice the consistency or do I make the flow of the application skewed when viewing?
May
18
comment How to lay out content when the workflow for creating and consuming them is different?
@SteveDL it's not a tag, but the exact usage may vary by the user. It's purpose is to create a "summary" for that "card" so it can be skimmed when there's 20 or 30 cards on your screen. It's usage is to, a bit later, allow the user to skim through all of the cards to "pick up where they left off" or another user to quickly get the main ideas of the brainstorming session. If they want more details or they don't understand the title, then they can look at the body.
May
18
comment How to lay out content when the workflow for creating and consuming them is different?
@MichaelLai customization is always good, but it's often better to get it right the first time. Plus, why would every single user have a solution to this issue that none of us have?
May
18
comment How to lay out content when the workflow for creating and consuming them is different?
@illuminaut the issue is that the "tab flow" will be broken as it's somewhat unnatural to have it go up when you hit tab
May
18
asked How to lay out content when the workflow for creating and consuming them is different?
May
1
answered How to best collect Facebook username?
Apr
27
accepted Is there a reason why you can like your own post?
Apr
26
asked Is there a reason why you can like your own post?
Apr
20
answered Designing for a knowledge base that keeps evolving?
Apr
19
accepted Using warnings to reduce printer waste
Apr
19
comment Using warnings to reduce printer waste
@tohster it would be an office environment
Apr
19
comment Using warnings to reduce printer waste
@tohster it doesn't have to use real currency: that's just how I've seen it before. A hard limit may be implemented but the dialog doesn't have to be that way
Apr
19
comment Using warnings to reduce printer waste
@tohster the goal is to configure the warnings in a way that will discourage waste
Apr
18
asked Using warnings to reduce printer waste
Jan
24
comment Users stating that the redesign is too bright?
The old theme was a tad bit gray (rgb(252, 252, 255)). Try darkening it to an off white...
Jan
19
comment
Just curious: what is your "point of view?" From me SE moderating experience I've found moderators aren't meant to be different, they're meant to bring the community together. If you're dramatically different, people won't respect you. You have to be a person who's trusted. Of course there are some hard decisions that you'll have to make and you can't make everyone happy. That doesn't mean that you can do your own thing, either. Can you explain your POV a bit more?
Jan
19
awarded  Caucus
Aug
1
comment Toilet flush buttons
I agree with the point that the 6L liter toilet has less water. However, I do like the bigger splash for the 6L.