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Seasoned UX professional.

UX Mentor @ Google TLV Campus.

UX Lead @ Panaya | Blogger @ UXtasy | Editorial member @ UXI

Cognitive Psychologist by training. @vitalym on Twitter.


Jul
31
asked Ragged edges vs. alignment
Jul
31
comment What are common resolutions for projectors?
We're trying to identify the bottom limit of the responsive design - the lowest supported resolution. And regardless - trends are nice, but it doesn't mean that they can - or should! - be followed in all cases.
Jul
31
comment What are common resolutions for projectors?
@MichaelLai Yes, see update.
Jul
31
revised What are common resolutions for projectors?
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Jul
30
comment What are common resolutions for projectors?
Business setting as opposed to home theater or classroom. These are different categories of projectors.
Jul
30
asked What are common resolutions for projectors?
Jul
14
answered How to handle searching by multiple US states and radius with one input?
Jul
14
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
14
accepted Is it OK to phrase the title of a modal as a question?
Jul
8
comment Is it OK to phrase the title of a modal as a question?
@DA01 You're right, I updated the question. Thanks!
Jul
8
revised Is it OK to phrase the title of a modal as a question?
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Jul
8
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
8
comment Is it OK to phrase the title of a modal as a question?
@DA01 I didn't say it had a title bar, it just has a title :). The sketch might be misleading in this sense, I just used the modal from the Balsamiq library.
Jul
8
awarded  Nice Question
Jul
8
comment Is it OK to phrase the title of a modal as a question?
Yes, the primary focus is on the body text, but still we want to have the best title we can.
Jul
8
asked Is it OK to phrase the title of a modal as a question?
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jul
1
comment How do I avoid the “Halo Effect” during testing?
It's self-promotion because it's promoting your own blog. It has nothing to do with the amount of effort you put in it. Not to mention the SEO value of having SE point to it. Nobody said that Wikipedia is the best reference point, but it is a universally accepted, peer-reviewed, objective source. In this particular case it's also a more thorough article than the blog post, and a reference that you yourself cite in the post.
Jun
24
comment How do I avoid the “Halo Effect” during testing?
Good question. To make it appear less self-promotional I took the liberty of changing the hyperlink so it leads to the relevant article on Wikipedia rather than to your own blog. It's also probably a better reference.
Jun
24
revised How do I avoid the “Halo Effect” during testing?
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