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Online Video, Web Development, Adobe Flash platform, MediaWiki platform, social media, usability enthusiast, social good ... and many more.

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Mar
6
comment Why do most public toilet doors open inwards?
Do you have anthing to support the fire regulation theory? Ps: nice pic :)
Mar
6
comment Why do most public toilet doors open inwards?
Sorry I don't see the difference between the danger of being hit on eitherside of the door. Moreover the door on my pic has transparent areas and leads to small dedicated corridor. From this it looks to me that the danger of infe tions is much higher than potential danger of being hit more often on certain side.
Mar
6
awarded  Critic
Mar
6
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
6
accepted Positive explanatory caption accompanying ad banner
Mar
6
answered Should I add the length of video to the link?
Mar
6
asked Why do most public toilet doors open inwards?
Mar
5
comment Order of physical controls: volume down, volume up, mute
I value your opinion.
Mar
5
awarded  Commentator
Mar
5
comment Order of physical controls: volume down, volume up, mute
I have updated the position of the buttons on the speaker. It looks to me it does not match the keyboard example, what do you think?
Mar
5
revised Order of physical controls: volume down, volume up, mute
clarification of the position
Mar
5
asked Order of physical controls: volume down, volume up, mute
Feb
14
awarded  Yearling
Feb
7
awarded  Teacher
Feb
7
comment Which is more likely to be read and processed: (related) text placed above or below an image/video?
in that case thanks for you +1 :p
Feb
7
comment How to categorize usability/ux problems?
Interesting, could you provide any resources or is it just your favourite method?
Feb
6
comment How to categorize usability/ux problems?
No problem, I think Nielsen's categories can be extrapolated to any field.
Feb
6
comment How to categorize usability/ux problems?
At the end I will write a usability study about a computer-connected sound system. I can already see it's many errors and I would like to categorise them nicely. The Nielsen's categorisation makes sense, I was just wondering if there is any industry standard.
Feb
6
revised Which is more likely to be read and processed: (related) text placed above or below an image/video?
wording
Feb
6
answered Which is more likely to be read and processed: (related) text placed above or below an image/video?