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It seems that the most important and thus well-designed part of an application is its "About" page.


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awarded  Autobiographer
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answered Can tags have hierarchy?
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answered Best way to present sections of information
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answered What is the purpose of having a clock on the desktop?
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awarded  Enthusiast
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reviewed No Action Needed A simplified version of UX designer competencies
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comment What is the reason of delayed file download on some software sites?
I'm not sure if this is DoS limitation as usually the direct link works too. Maybe something related to mirror selection?
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awarded  Student
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comment What is the reason of delayed file download on some software sites?
This might be true, I use Adblock, so haven't noticed. I'm sure I saw this method also on large software companies
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awarded  Custodian
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reviewed No Action Needed Menu Label to Combine Contact & Subscribe Page Links
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asked What is the reason of delayed file download on some software sites?
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comment Do emojis provide any value over emoticons?
You don't say what the context is. In writing official letter both are useless. In kids community webpage they can be the most important factor.
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comment Are there unambiguous words for alert boxes?
@Spicerjet I don't agree. I am using localized Windows version, but some applications are only English. Although I have no problem with understanding English, sometimes alert boxes do not use native OS dialogs. The other problem I faced when I used OS in language I understood only a few words, like "yes" and "no". I knew the application, so I had no problem with clicking proper buttons etc., but suddenly a dialog appeared and I didn't understand.
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comment Are there unambiguous words for alert boxes?
I think it would be enough "You are about to quit. Do you want to save data before closing application?" -- in this case "Cancel" should be right.
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comment Are there unambiguous words for alert boxes?
I agree it is Cancel the quit. But it is not a valid answer to the question "Do you want to save?", only from lexical point of view.
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comment Are there unambiguous words for alert boxes?
"Yes"/"No" is ok, but for the question "Do you want to save the file?" - "Cancel" makes no sense. What to cancel: Saving? Quitting? Changes?
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comment Are there unambiguous words for alert boxes?
I agree with @dan1111. This might be a problem when I don't know the language, but I know simple words like "Yes", "no", "quit", "sure". If I have "blah mmpmm sure?" and the answers "blah blah blah blah" and "mmm mmmph mmmphmm" I really don't know what to do.
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answered How closely should the homepage design match the app design?