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UX/UI designer, usability addicted web developer. Trying to make the world better with special UX magic.
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Apr
9
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Apr
9
revised Is there any software or web service that helps with the creation of Personas?
edited tags
Apr
8
comment What's the best way to get users to read a set of instructions for filling out a form?
@james I've updeted the answer, please look at the picture to get some insights.
Apr
8
revised What's the best way to get users to read a set of instructions for filling out a form?
added 192 characters in body
Apr
8
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Where should “Doesn't Matter” choice be placed in the layout of survey choices
Apr
8
comment Best practice to include developer's area inside user's account options
Having in mind only aesthetic reasons for re-design, you hardly provide the best UX. Start from the question: What is the issue?
Apr
8
answered What's the best way to get users to read a set of instructions for filling out a form?
Apr
7
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Touch screen device (in particular Android) version of a tag cloud
Apr
6
comment Help bubble next to a radio button
Nice combinatorics with no reasons. Thinking of radios as primary controls and help as secondary ones you can trow out all options but 1 and 2, and to convey relation between controls, you stay with option 1.
Apr
6
answered One page checkout on mobile devices
Apr
6
comment Correctly manage user's settings
From UX point it's nice to know the reasons why a user changes an interface. Researching this question could give you cues and right answer. For example, you can find it depends on screen resolution. This leads to per-device profiles. Another possible reason is task being performed. This leads to per-task profiles. And so on.
Apr
6
answered What is the best way to show complexity or difficulty rate?
Mar
31
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Fixed-position header and menu on a web page — is that okay?
Mar
31
answered Is there any science way to find out the suitable contrast for text and background colour?
Mar
31
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Are people sick of logins?
Mar
31
comment Displaying filters in the multiple query search engine
@steppenwolf – I've added the sketch of filter with no dropbox. For me these kind of filters are hidden ones, as user could apply it only occasionally, if he lucky enough. Hidden features don't allow to build correct mental model, so I'd recommend to avoid it. Probably, they want the system to look smart with auto-recognition and filtering features, but this brings bad UX in this case.
Mar
31
revised Displaying filters in the multiple query search engine
added 242 characters in body
Mar
31
comment Displaying filters in the multiple query search engine
@steppenwolf – please watch my suggestion in the Update section
Mar
31
revised Displaying filters in the multiple query search engine
added 360 characters in body
Mar
30
answered Displaying filters in the multiple query search engine