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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.


May
7
revised Are links with images more likely to be clicked on?
edited body
May
6
awarded  Enlightened
May
6
awarded  Nice Answer
May
6
awarded  Nice Answer
May
5
reviewed Approve Background images in input boxes
May
5
comment Multiple lists on one screen — best approach?
@Jensgram The sketch is not exactly the way I'd do it, but the gist is the same, thanks :)
May
5
reviewed Approve Multiple lists on one screen — best approach?
May
5
answered Multiple lists on one screen — best approach?
May
5
answered How do you deal with unusually long labels?
May
4
comment How to best present data that is incomplete?
@Grace kan - To increase your acceptance rate you should go to one of the questions you asked, and click on the V icon on the left side of the answer you consider the best or the most useful. This means you accept it as the answer to the question.
May
4
answered User interface for a “mapping” table
May
4
comment User interface for a “mapping” table
What are the mapping rules? One to one, one to many, many to many? Does your example mapping mean that A=>X, B=>Y, C=>Z, or that any of A|B|C maps to any of X|Y|Z, or something else?
May
4
comment appropriate international icon for “deals”
I like your original one!
May
4
comment Selection of items in a grid across pages
I can't help but feel offended for the programmers :) (though I am not one). People in general are inherently lazy.
May
4
comment How to best present data that is incomplete?
What kind of data is it?
May
4
answered Should Twitter's official clients invert the scroll direction on some screens?
May
4
answered appropriate international icon for “deals”
May
2
awarded  Nice Answer
May
2
answered why is microsoft word so hard to use?
May
2
comment why is microsoft word so hard to use?
there's probably no point in discussing whether opinions qualify as models :). I just think that if you're describing something that has a well-established professional term for it (or very close to one), the term should at least be mentioned.