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Aug
25
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to focus visitors on the search bar when there's a category list also present?
Aug
25
comment How do you make it very obvious that the user should click on a text input that has an onclick event?
I find this question strange, because in my experience, a user who wants to change the date will click there without the need for any hints. What behavior are you observing instead of clicking? Do you mean that the field allows type editing, only the button to the right opens a date picker, and you want the users to always use the date picker? If this is the case, the best solution is probably not to use any hints, but to remove the text editing and have the picker open when the user clicks anywhere in the field.
Jul
30
comment List versus table design
@MichaelLai with a narrow space, you have the choices of 1) either removing information from the table (stakeholders for information they don't really need), 2) offering different tables for different tasks, or 3) falling back to the list version. If you are making an application which will work in a set process (e.g. an internal business application), you can try convincing the bosses that their employees need wide screen monitors to be able to do their important task effectively. If you are delivering to people who use your application at whim (typical for web apps), go responsive.
Jul
29
answered Best browser solution for secondary window
Jul
29
answered List versus table design
Jul
28
answered Guidelines for identifying “power users”?
Jul
8
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Which pattern of filling a form is most usual?
Jul
8
revised For a website feature that is relatively new, what's a good way to guide users through it?
You need an empty row above your buletted list for it to format correctly
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
26
comment Name for a refill on an entire funnel
I am for keeping the question open. Ty Fairclough's question is about a special type of interaction, and everything in user experience is about the user interacting with the system. I can certainly imagine myself using such a term when discussing a possible interaction design of a system, and discussing such designs is one of the central part of our jobs in UX.
Jun
26
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Recomendation for choosing a start date / month
Jun
6
awarded  Yearling
Jun
2
answered For user confirmation, is it more standard to use “Y” or “N” to denote continuing execution?
May
14
comment Good UX for inputting 14 different times
Is there any pattern to entering the times? Are they likely to be the same on each day, for example? If they are 14 random different times, there is no other way than ask for 14 inputs separately.
May
7
comment Does providing screenshots help with documentation manual?
Note that usability is not the only thing to consider when deciding on screenshot inclusion. Applications evolve, and screenshots get stale quickly. It is terribly confusing for users to see a screen which differs from the screenshot (especially for the most computer-insecure ones who will benefit the most from the guide), so you will have to keep the screenshots current. Replacing dozens of images each time you make a slight adjustment in the UI is lots of work, you may not have the resources to commit to it.
May
7
answered Asking users to guess a distribution of answers, rather than a single answer
Mar
25
awarded  Custodian
Mar
25
reviewed No Action Needed Mobile UX - expand collapse sections
Mar
25
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Does infinite scrolling work for side menus?
Mar
25
answered Is there any good reason to enforce a maximum length for comments?