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S for Stupendous!
T for Tiger, ferocity of!
U for Underwear, red!
P for Power, incredible!
E for Excellent physique!
N for ...um... something ...hmm, well I'll come back to that...
D for Determination!
U for ...for... wait, how do you spell this? Is it "I"?


Jul
30
revised Best practices for naming steps in a workflow (status labels)?
corrected spelling
Jul
30
suggested suggested edit on Best practices for naming steps in a workflow (status labels)?
Jul
30
awarded  Commentator
Jul
30
comment What does an information architect do?
@AlexeyKolchenko Certainly. Never thought of that though :)
Jul
30
awarded  Scholar
Jul
30
comment What does an information architect do?
I really appreciate the details and book recommendation. Thank you.
Jul
30
accepted What does an information architect do?
Jul
30
comment What does an information architect do?
"create new content" -- this was surprising.
Jul
30
asked What does an information architect do?
Jul
29
comment Why Google hides important and useful features?
@PhillipW In devices with small screens the "hidden" approach is essential. And they show advanced features under 'sliding panels or flaps' whereas Google has removed even the "advanced search" link from its homepage -- an indicator of taking the "hidden" approach -- which further increases the gap between power and casual users.
Jul
29
comment Why Google hides important and useful features?
Thanks for answering my question, Alok. According to my understanding, Bret is comparing Paper's flexibility with an application's flexibility -- NOT paper with app. However, I think Bret's statement is ambiguous probably due to the nature of interviews. What I want is an objective comparison: deep (and hidden) vs flat (and discoverable) interfaces.
Jul
29
revised Looking up for an item in a list and different table styles in iOS
improved formatting
Jul
29
revised Looking up for an item in a list and different table styles in iOS
added 139 characters in body
Jul
29
answered Looking up for an item in a list and different table styles in iOS
Jul
29
revised How to convince clients to use a one-page layout?
corrected spelling
Jul
29
suggested suggested edit on How to convince clients to use a one-page layout?
Jul
29
awarded  Supporter
Jul
29
revised Why Google hides important and useful features?
refined the question
Jul
29
comment Why Google hides important and useful features?
@DA01 OK. Would you please help me make the question alright for StackExchange? I don't see how I can reword the question.
Jul
29
comment Why Google hides important and useful features?
@DA01 I think that approach accommodates all users rather clumsily. Users sometimes fail to understand what exactly that they want. They try buttons and controls presented to them, and they try (or research) no more, and fail to accomplish their task. In such cases who's at fault, the system or the user? I'd say the system is indirectly discouraging the users from making the best use of the system.