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Mar
15
comment Need a better way to list events
That's another quite useful view.
Feb
25
answered Is my conditional multi-select efficient and user friendly ? How can I improve it?
Feb
25
answered How can I improve the display of fonts when no anti-aliasing is used?
Feb
25
answered what youtube embed is more accessible for users w/ screenreaders/only keyboards
Feb
25
answered A suggestion/complaint selection page for 3 languages
Feb
24
comment Magic meaning of Apply button on a form
I've seen a couple dialog boxes that have a [Reset] button that at least gets you to some defaults if you royally mess things up.
Feb
23
comment Is it okay to open a help link in a new window?
Note, the options listed above are in order from easiest to implement to the most difficult/time consuming.
Feb
23
answered Is it okay to open a help link in a new window?
Feb
23
comment How to make it obvious when filtering by time
What's wrong with having the time slice end at the "Present"? That is a reasonable expectation that the user will have. In short, the end time of the time slice is always evaluated for the current request. Any time pickers that don't allow you to pick "Present", "Current", "Now" or whatever you want to call it is where you need to fix the UI.
Feb
23
answered How to make it obvious when filtering by time
Feb
22
comment Should I use a banner-like or logo-like header in this website I'm designing? (based on aestetics and ui-design principles)
Understood; however, my point had to do with finding that balance. Taking the bannerless option removes all the fun he wants to convey. As is, it is too busy.
Feb
22
answered Should I use a banner-like or logo-like header in this website I'm designing? (based on aestetics and ui-design principles)
Feb
22
comment Should I use a banner-like or logo-like header in this website I'm designing? (based on aestetics and ui-design principles)
You must really like people, you've got it listed twice :)
Feb
21
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Feb
21
answered Alternatives to cascading drop down interfaces
Feb
21
answered Progressive images = Better user experience?
Feb
21
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Feb
21
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Feb
21
accepted How do you conquer the challenge of designing for large screen real-estate?
Feb
18
comment Apply the legibility principles to screen reading
google.com/search?q=typography+web+vs+print NOTE: the biggest difference between web and print is designing for the availability of fonts on the client's machine. The WebFont CSS standard helps address that problem, though.