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bio website jitendravyas.com
location Bangalore, India
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Hi, I am Jitendra a front-end developer from India specializing in web standards, accessibility, and usability based development.

Email: jitendra.web@gmail.com

Twitter: http://twitter.com/jitendravyas

Linkedin: http://in.linkedin.com/in/jitendravyas


Oct
20
comment How to mark an input field with text longer than its width?
I liked the idea of expandable "search box" on focus at this site shttp://ux.stackexchange.com
Sep
21
awarded  Custodian
Sep
11
accepted Should we provide “back” button for mobile website?
Jul
29
comment Would it be better to show a calendar picker by default instead of an input field with pop-up date picker?
OK. Cleartrips calendar works fine on mobile too but I feel I would like iphone default calendar like this i.stack.imgur.com/6bIJd.png and even in desktop we cannot fill the date manually and got to next form field by pressing tab as @mervinj said. My research on accessible calendar interaction is still on :) BTW thanks for answering and discussing the question
Jul
29
comment Would it be better to show a calendar picker by default instead of an input field with pop-up date picker?
Thanks for the answer. But the same calendar works fine on Mobile too. I have seen on this site cleartrip.com if i open this on my iphone and try to add dates it's just works fine.
Jul
29
comment Would it be better to show a calendar picker by default instead of an input field with pop-up date picker?
At your first point about screen space one more question arised in my mind which i will ask later. But for example please check this website. it has huge white space on homepage and can have calendar embedded on page instead input box.would it be better to add whole calendar here cleartrip.com
Jul
29
asked Would it be better to show a calendar picker by default instead of an input field with pop-up date picker?
Jul
28
comment Can poor image quality have a negative effect on user experience even though it improves the website's performance?
-thx for ur answer and good refrences
Jul
28
comment Can poor image quality have a negative effect on user experience even though it improves the website's performance?
+1 for good answer
Jul
28
accepted Can poor image quality have a negative effect on user experience even though it improves the website's performance?
Jul
27
revised Can poor image quality have a negative effect on user experience even though it improves the website's performance?
added 32 characters in body; edited title
Jul
27
comment Can poor image quality have a negative effect on user experience even though it improves the website's performance?
@dhmholley- Thanks for edit. My English is not good
Jul
27
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Can poor image quality have a negative effect on user experience even though it improves the website's performance?
Jul
27
revised Can poor image quality have a negative effect on user experience even though it improves the website's performance?
edited title
Jul
27
comment Can poor image quality have a negative effect on user experience even though it improves the website's performance?
@BenBrocka - But retina images can make the site more slower. am i right? Personally I would prefer a fast website over hi-graphics but slow site. And I think we cannot be sure that people with retina devices will always has Hi-Speed internet
Jul
27
asked Can poor image quality have a negative effect on user experience even though it improves the website's performance?
Jun
30
revised Gender considerations in web usage
added 223 characters in body
Jun
22
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
8
awarded  Caucus
Jun
6
awarded  Notable Question