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Feb
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answered Desktop: Placing warning labels inside a Save dialog vs. popping-up a new window?
Feb
4
comment Have you ever turned down a UX project that didn't align to your personal beliefs?
In addition to being too broad, this question is not really specifically about UX. It is more of a general workplace issue.
Feb
4
comment Which level of management or UX hierarchy has the responsibility for setting the design code of ethics for the organisation?
"All organisations are different" would be a perfectly valid answer to the question.
Feb
4
comment Which level of management or UX hierarchy has the responsibility for setting the design code of ethics for the organisation?
Maybe good advice, but this doesn't answer the question.
Feb
4
comment Legally displaying another programs icon
I'm not sure this is the right site for the question. Perhaps law.stackexchange.com ?
Feb
3
comment How can I indicate that an area is swipable?
@KitSunde is it clear that the backside of a card should be accessed by swiping? Not to me.
Feb
3
comment What are good reasons (if any) for intentionally breaking the affordances of an input field?
We don't know why it was created this way, only the people who did it know. As such, I don't think this is a question that can be usefully answered.
Feb
1
comment How to prompt users to install app from supported source?
In what context do you want to encourage this? Do you mean that after they already installed the app from an unsupported source, you want to ask them to reinstall it?
Jan
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Jan
29
comment Sticky header + sticky social bar (mobile) = too much that is sticky?
This site is for considering user experience, not implementation. This doesn't answer whether it makes sense from a UX standpoint.
Jan
29
comment Sticky header + sticky social bar (mobile) = too much that is sticky?
@user3162975 the point is that it depends on the application. What content do you need to show? Who are your users? How is the app used? etc. Sometimes this would be a bad idea, other times it may be appropriate.
Jan
29
comment What would be the pros and cons of using .xyz domain?
@KristiyanLukanov, but a one word domain is an obvious UX reason, contradicting your answer. hosting.xyz is more user-friendly than my_really_good_hosting_with_a_unique_name.com.
Jan
29
comment Should an API documentation include When-to-use and when-not-to-use list?
@gurvinder372, well not much documentation is needed for an absolute value function! Check out something more complicated. For example: perldoc.perl.org/DB_File.html This includes extensive examples, tips and tricks, common questions, etc.
Jan
29
answered Should an API documentation include When-to-use and when-not-to-use list?
Jan
28
comment Is it acceptable to place video controls at the top of a video?
I largely agree with your answer. However, the video player may not have control of the subtitle position. Depending on the application, subtitles or other text may be embedded in a video rather than positioned there by the player.
Jan
28
comment How to make irregularly shaped objects / elements look clickable?
Good answer. I do think option #2 is sort of an admission of design failure (a good, intuitive design shouldn't need it). Nevertheless, it can be the easiest fix in many situations.
Jan
28
comment How to visualize Air Quality Index on physical widget to be easily recognized by pedestrians
This is a good suggestion. One possible downside: it takes a lot of space to show the whole scale, so it might not work so well in urban areas.
Jan
28
comment Is it acceptable to place video controls at the top of a video?
@David, yes that is a good point. Even on systems that hide the cursor, I tend to move it to the bottom, since it is annoying to wait for it to disappear (or have it reappear if you accidentally touch the mouse).
Jan
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Jan
27
answered Is there a good reason to open a SEPARATE WINDOW when user clicks login?