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Nov
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awarded  Good Answer
Nov
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comment Better way to show Priority Level in drop down
Yes it does :). Source: observation of dozens of developers and QA people who are passionately in love with JIRA.
Nov
9
comment For death year, should I use N/A or — if person still alive?
@phyrfox Seems to me that this format could be interpreted as "Lived from 1900 till the age of 48".
Nov
9
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
8
answered For death year, should I use N/A or — if person still alive?
Nov
8
comment What's the best way to allow user to 'sort' a complex dropdown?
Strictly speaking that's not card sorting (that's for optimizing your information architecture), but yes, user research should definitely help to focus on a single best sorting method.
Nov
7
answered Showing the same command at multiple UI locations
Nov
7
comment Property and tenant relationship in a property management web application
The tree structure is beneficial in a large number of other cases, and it's actually the most common way to represent a multi-level hierarchy, such as the one we have here. The question "why not use a different solution" is a bit odd unless a concrete alternative is provided for the comparison.
Nov
7
answered Property and tenant relationship in a property management web application
Nov
7
answered What's the best way to allow user to 'sort' a complex dropdown?
Sep
20
awarded  Famous Question
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Aug
25
reviewed Close How to Delete Input Data inside of Input box in Userfriendly Approach
Aug
25
reviewed Close Why are most Automation displays so UX outdated?
Aug
25
reviewed Leave Open Where exactly should I put a search box in this form?
Aug
25
revised Should an “unsaved changes” dialog in a web app contain a “save” option?
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Aug
25
asked Should an “unsaved changes” dialog in a web app contain a “save” option?
Aug
21
comment Why do numpads on keyboards and phones have reversed layouts?
@JoeMcGrath I'm only asking because it sounds like the question of someone who's never used a stationary phone, but grew around mobile or at least wireless phones. The fingers were heavily used on stationary phones (and actually the thumb - not so much).
Aug
21
comment Why do numpads on keyboards and phones have reversed layouts?
@JoeMcGrath How old are you, if you don't mind me asking? :)
Aug
20
awarded  Nice Answer