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Aug
24
awarded  Yearling
Jun
15
comment URL for public user page - hyphenated or camelCase?
I prefer hyphens but even if url is something ugly like example.com/54sf4s65f4s5f4/ most of the times people don't care because link use real text, bookmarks use page tite and browser decide to hide url as soon as you scroll.
Jun
15
comment Username or Email label for login form, assuming they're the same?
Agree with most use email only. But don't forget to be able to modify user email, and to be able to change email without access to old email (like someone leaving a company)
May
5
comment Improving the feel and clarity in the message
Don't understand interaction between checkbox "I'll drive today" and "now" and "today" button. Same problem with "I'm now at" and "Current Location"
Apr
23
comment How do “We call you back!” buttons on websites make sense?
If you have someone on the phone you will have to explain why you call him, what is your problem if it's product information, billing or delivery issue. The person will maybe connect you to another service where you will have to explain another time. The call me back usually make you select why before and the caller will be able to answer and will have your profile open when you answer.
Apr
23
comment How do “We call you back!” buttons on websites make sense?
Call, listen to recorded message, press 1, listen to menu option press 3, listen to music til someone on the phone vs push button call me back at 16.
Apr
21
comment How do “We call you back!” buttons on websites make sense?
Some people are just afraid to take a phone and do a call.
Apr
20
answered How do “We call you back!” buttons on websites make sense?
Apr
16
answered horizontal drop down
Jan
26
awarded  Constituent
Jan
13
awarded  Caucus
Nov
15
comment More User friendly browsers for new users
Nothing is free, and intuitive learning doesn't exist. My best definition of easy intuitive interface is "Explain/Show one time, remember forever".
Nov
5
answered What's the best way to display options within options within options in an onboarding process?
Aug
24
awarded  Yearling
Mar
28
answered Useless IE context menu option
Mar
28
comment Why do ATM's not adjust to the user?
Most Banks ATM adjust to the user's language just by reading your card country issue number, or fallback to English when local language is different from your own.
Mar
28
comment Is it good to present unlimited data in carousel view?
Carousel is fancy but not usually efficient for finding information in large set. How long does it take to find 3 specific names in both approach ? I'm guessing even typing names will be faster/easier than carousel.
Mar
27
comment Multiselect with Checkbox Strafing
Let user select many lines (drag/ shift or ctrl click) and change the check/unchek of the whole selection to the same state when the user click on one of the check box inside the selection. It's a good way not to create confusion, and give user functionality. Combining Drag to select and drag to check seems dangerous.
Feb
21
answered User has the option to view desktop version when in mobile view, what about vice versa?
Jan
29
awarded  Editor