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Lead UI Developer for an enterprise e-commerce services firm. I'm paid to be awesome at making ecommerce visually attractive, immersive, and usable on the web.

I dump the rest of my time into my family, Milsim Airsoft, sport and tactical shooting, Diablo III, Xbox 360 games, and moar programming.


Jul
31
comment Accordion or drop down menus?
I think your question might get more attention if you reword your question to better convey what you are asking. Try to focus on one question or thought and write complete sentences about that topic to provide background and context. Then close with a simple one-sentence question if you can.
Mar
3
comment How to improve end user experience and data reporting in web application?
Thanks. Edited.
Feb
16
comment To use or not to use “Zebra Stripes”, or Alternating Row Colors for Tables
I believe this is the follow up article
Feb
6
comment How Yes or No Questions Should be Represented in Forms
Thank you very much for sharing the paper. I was able to view it. It does require flash, though.
Feb
4
comment How Yes or No Questions Should be Represented in Forms
To be clear, I am talking about single-selection multiple-answer form inputs. Not really a "button" but hey, that's what it is called. Are you suggesting I label my radio buttons, "Set the value of foo to 1"?
Feb
4
comment Common web app usability gotchas?
Big no no. But guess what ASP.NET Web Forms do? Exactly that.
Feb
4
comment Common web app usability gotchas?
+1 I will actually boycott services who don't do this.
Feb
4
comment How Yes or No Questions Should be Represented in Forms
Please do share the research if you can.
Feb
3
comment How Yes or No Questions Should be Represented in Forms
I think it's important that you're pointing out that in each of the proposed solutions the copy must be different. Clarity is very important. I think we've all been in that "Does this mean I do or don't?" situation. The copy must cater to the presentation of the decision.
Feb
3
comment How Yes or No Questions Should be Represented in Forms
I like this and with ICR's suggestion this is possibly the most accessible method not to mention it's superior usability IMHO.