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Jul
14
reviewed Close What is the best software for user experience journeys ?
Jul
14
reviewed Close Undo History - Why limit it?
Jul
14
reviewed Leave Open Is showing single textarea at first then show other fields on comment form confusing?
Jul
13
reviewed Approve What is the origin of the power icon?
Jul
13
reviewed Leave Closed Why are keyboard rows staggered the way they are now?
Jul
7
reviewed Leave Open what's the name or how to search for this “guiding” process?
Jul
6
reviewed No Action Needed How can users be alerted to new notifications, tasks, etc, in my Android app?
Jul
6
reviewed Close How to set norms cut-off for 3 point Likert scale?
Jul
4
reviewed Close Is it better to label input fields, watermark them, or both?
Jul
4
reviewed Leave Open Is the question mark “?” internationally recognised as an icon for help?
Jul
4
reviewed Leave Open Is Font Boosting Good UX?
Jul
4
comment What percent of non-English-native people use English system language on their phone?
Do you mean people who don't speak English at all, or are non-native speakers of English included? The former aren't likely to use an English UI in the first place, and I wouldn't be 100% sure that the latter prefer their native language. For example, many geeks around the world strongly prefer English UI over their native versions.
Jul
4
answered Jump from print into UX
Jul
3
answered Succinct message to clearly direct user to check a box
Jul
3
accepted Are two toggle buttons better than a tri-state switch?
Jul
1
comment Are two toggle buttons better than a tri-state switch?
@2rs2ts Yes, but I explicitly mentioned that "the user should be able to change their mind back to "undecided"" :)
Jul
1
comment Are two toggle buttons better than a tri-state switch?
@2rs2ts What made you think it's a one-way transition...?
Jun
30
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
30
comment Are two toggle buttons better than a tri-state switch?
@tohster The latter two cases are unlikely.They won't be getting any new info except what's in the grid, so changing their minds is usually because they pressed the wrong button or they weren't very sure in the first place, so it's a coin toss for them. Later changes are also rare, because the main flow is akin to a wizard to get the project started.
Jun
30
comment Are two toggle buttons better than a tri-state switch?
@tohster Yes, In and Out are the actual choices (it's about scoping tasks into a project). Undecided is not a very meaningful option in itself. The main reason that it's there is because there is no default state, and I don't want this choice to be irreversible. I feel that the answers so far disregard the "grid" factor, where the user needs to go through a large number of these quickly, and make choices as he goes. If this was taking place within a form, it would be a very different situation.