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I work in transportation human factors engineering and research for land, sea, and air. My work in usability/UX includes user interface design, design guide development, empirical testing, and expert evaluation. My human factors research focuses on automation, displays, and security and safety processes. I've advanced degrees in engineering and psychology and been working in the field since 1995. My contributions to this site are my personal opinion and do not represent the policies or position of my employer or any of its associated agencies. Not that anyone was wondering.


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awarded  Explainer
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awarded  Great Answer
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answered Window model for document-centric analysis
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revised Does a crime security alert app need its users to register?
Typo
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answered Does a crime security alert app need its users to register?
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revised Most products or alphabetical in filter
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answered Most products or alphabetical in filter
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revised Is a colour contrast compliant if it passes WCAG but fails the earlier W3C test used on Snook.ca?
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revised Saved Form destination: display entered data or return to origin?
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awarded  Nice Answer
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revised What is “elegant” design?
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comment Two toolbars in master-detail view
Normally, you disable, not hide, menu items that do not apply to the current selection (e.g., in Firefox, Cut, Paste, and Delete are enabled for selections in URL text box, but disabled for selections of the web page). This keeps the menu items in the same relative location to avoid confusion. Usually, users can understand why a menu item is enabled or disabled (e.g., you can't change a web page). In your case, with only two lists, you can make it clearer by appending the class of the applicable records to the menu item caption (e.g., "Audit Pass" not simply "Audit").
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revised Two toolbars in master-detail view
Typo
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revised What is “elegant” design?
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answered What is “elegant” design?
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answered Two toolbars in master-detail view
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answered Map markers with multiple types of data
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answered How To Point User To Form Control In Help Text HTML/CSS