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Apr
17
revised E-mail requirement in game signup process?
retag in preparation to removing the signup-signon tag
Apr
17
revised What is the best approach for dealing with new users once they have provided their initial sign up info?
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Apr
17
revised Asking feedback and contact data after leaving signup form
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Apr
17
revised Signup procedure: Activation mails templates guidelines?
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Apr
17
revised Adoption rate of Phone Verification in Sign Up form?
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Apr
17
revised Sign up for a company network with LinkedIn using a deleted account
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Apr
17
revised After registering should the user be sent to the page they came from or to a welcome page?
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Apr
16
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Apr
16
revised Single user registration vs multiple users registration form
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Apr
16
reviewed Edit Visitors don't complete registration
Apr
16
revised Visitors don't complete registration
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Apr
15
comment Why minimum resolution for mobile web design vs. mobile app design is different?
(cont) close this question. Please don't see this as an attack on you. It happens to all of us that our questions get closed, but this does not have bad consequences for the person who asked them. You are welcome to participate with answers and with more questions even if this one gets closed.
Apr
15
comment Why minimum resolution for mobile web design vs. mobile app design is different?
I realized that my first comment was maybe a bit abrupt for somebody very new to the site, sorry. Ravish, you are welcome here, but this community is a bit more stringent about content than others. I cannot know where you learned that you "have to" design for these resolutions, but these numbers are not universal, even if they may seem to you that way. It is probably random chance that the guidelines you got for both cases differ. So, your question starts out with a false assumption, and has no answer, just like the question "why is the sky orange" has no answer. This is why I voted to (cont)
Apr
15
comment Why minimum resolution for mobile web design vs. mobile app design is different?
Who decided that you have to design for these resolutions? Ask the person who made that decision. The world at general cannot know what went through their heads, or even if the discrepancy was intentional.
Mar
24
revised Does rewarding of daily tasks drive away a group of users?
finalized the post - had to post it mid-completion yesterday when I got interrupted
Mar
23
answered Does rewarding of daily tasks drive away a group of users?
Feb
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Jan
29
comment Do we still need to add custom back buttons to our design?
@JohnGB then I misunderstood your post. I've very often heard the argument "The browser back button is not always good, let's make a Back button on every page which goes wherever the user actually wants to go" that I assumed your post says this too.
Jan
29
comment Do we still need to add custom back buttons to our design?
While I absolutely agree with your TL;DR conclusion, I disagree that adding a Back button is a solution to the navigation problem. If it does the same as the browser, then you have won nothing. If it does a different thing, it shouldn't be labelled "back" or it will be confusing. The designer has to construct proper paths through the pages, not add "back" buttons throughout the application.
Jan
28
answered Existing design methodologies for considering design in device ecology