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Apr
2
comment Wizard inside a Wizard?
I'd lean towards no, it feels like being trapped on a treadmill... How many steps to each wizard might have a significant impact though: 5 steps for the company and two for the user (not bad), 10, and 10 per user on the other hand would be bad, bad, bad IMO.
Apr
2
comment Is labeling my button as “Back” too general?
Mobile? Why not use a pop out chart(s) and then a close button to close the popped out charts?
Apr
2
comment Is it useful to include a Facebook log in facility on an ecommerce website?
Yes never make it mandatory to use a third party login, but an option just might reduce your bounce rate and increase your conversion...
Apr
2
comment Slow down job for better progress animation
I'd say never slow down your app, if individual items are moving too quickly to give a "smooth" animation bar then maybe no bar is needed for that item(s) and less granularity would be better.
Apr
2
comment Is it useful to include a Facebook log in facility on an ecommerce website?
"not cheap" but exclusive enough that one couldn't go elsewhere where they already have a login? I know using specifically the Google login, but sometimes the facebook login is enough to get me off the fence on an ecommerce site. (especially with Google's promise or whatever it's called)
Mar
11
comment Should I keep a consistent pattern of colour and purpose for detail-master and similar multi-paneled website views?
This isn't 1997, consistency goes a long way and there are many different ways to show critical information and/ or steps (or even helping to force certain actions in a natural way) without the weirdness of flip-flopping color schemes.
Mar
7
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Dec
10
comment What are some design patterns for a cycle button?
Is it one-directional? So no cycling back, just all the way around and then it starts back at the first setting?
Dec
10
answered Examples of Improved Virtual Queue
Aug
7
comment Single call-to-action for 'Sign Up' and 'Log In'?
@raptortech97 it IS a security issue. Also, the additional steps do not seem good from a UX perspective, my profile --> login/ enter username --> enter password. That's an extra screen / form each time an existing user return.
Jul
17
comment 'Likes' vs 'Upvotes'
If the specific goal is to怀rank quality in a vote system, then I would use something that points to that, like the SE network. Emotions play no part in quality and emotional phrases should be left out.
Jul
17
comment 'Likes' vs 'Upvotes'
"Know your audience" comes to mind. Do you want to know if they "like" it or think it is a good fit? For example this site, I might not like your question, but think it is a good question. How do you want me to vote?
Jun
27
comment App Usage Statistics - WHAT do you gather?
My personal preference is for the app to ask at first launch "Would you like to help [Company] improve [Product]? All statistics are anonymous and you can change this at anytime by going to settings."
Jun
26
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May
2
comment Applications without title bar: how to show the user which application they're using
Icons, splash screens, empty chrome, custom icons with a brand-recognizable theme... What sort of application? Win Form?
Apr
30
comment Logout after password change?
I agree, at the OS level the OS has few ways of knowing what applications are doing. An email client for example may already have a authenticated token which on password change it doesn't attempt to reauthenticate properly causing issues. So while logging out in itself is not a great UX, it is far better than lockouts and various odd failures for the rest of the day, week, month.
Apr
30
comment Best way of making a credits transfer dialog
Seems intuitive enough, but perhaps the "your account" label should identify "After transfer" somehow
Apr
15
comment Why are the controls opposite/inverted when flying in a game?
Also, many aircraft do have a control stick, not the wheel looking column. Jet fighters, ultra lights, helicopters for example.
Apr
15
comment Is maintaining scroll good?
depends on the webpage I would say. If relevant info changes at the top, it should be within focus. If the only probable actions with the page after the refresh is where the user was, then the page position should be maintained.
Apr
15
comment Why are the controls opposite/inverted when flying in a game?
You are on the right track: Pulling back lifts the elevator angling the plane UP. Intuitively, when you pull back, you look up / lean back yourself. So coming out of a climb you slowly put your body from an up position to an at rest position and the plane is sort of following the movement of your shoulders. Google images illustration: 0.tqn.com/d/rcvehicles/1/0/S/7/-/-/Elevators.png