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comment Should users be able to zoom in a responsive webdesign?
None of your three bullet points in this post really make sense it regards to the question. Can you say what you mean?
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revised Should users be able to zoom in a responsive webdesign?
User keeps posting their website so have removed the link to it this time.
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comment Should users be able to zoom in a responsive webdesign?
This possibly links into a previous question I asked a few months back RWD what should happen when the mobile device is rotated
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revised Favorites mechanism & common design pattern
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answered Should users be able to zoom in a responsive webdesign?
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comment Multilevel navigation menus for mobile devices
Can you show us what you've tried already? We can't do all the work for you, but we can help guide you and indicate how to improve on what you've already done.
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revised Multilevel navigation menus for mobile devices
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reviewed Approve Will the future absence of the physical keyboard hurt the desktop User Experience?
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comment Best way to align 15 form fields for high conversion
Can you provide some of this 'internet research' you refer to? Also, if you're still presenting the same form after sumbitting the first 'smaller' one doesn't that break your rule about small forms having high conversions? Are they more likely to fill in this second form after having completed a smaller one already?
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comment Using keyword research to create a sitemap
I don't think this helps answer the question. If the research identifies suitable keywords why should / shouldn't those keywords be used in the sitemap? Your answer appears to be about what sitemaps are used for, but not whether or not keywords should appear in the site structure.
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revised Using keyword research to create a sitemap
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reviewed Reviewed Are wireframes appropriate for requirements documentation?
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comment Do touch screens have a harmful psychological effect on people?
@NicolasBarbulesco: No, that final line takes all credibility away from the question and was completely unnecessary.
Apr
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comment Do touch screens have a harmful psychological effect on people?
@NicolasBarbulesco: Yes, I removed it intentionally in an attempt to salvage the question away from being an angry rant and into more of an answerable question.
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comment Do touch screens have a harmful psychological effect on people?
Individual people will have good and bad experiences, but I'd be wary of assuming that just because some individuals (yourself included) have issues thats means the same is true for a significant majority. Touch is a new technology in comparison with other interfaces, there will be teething problems, but that doesn't mean these issues are inherant in the whole premise.