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Feb
11
comment Pagination vs Scroll in is iOS apps (ecommerce)
See this post - ux.stackexchange.com/questions/7254/…
Feb
11
revised How to visually suggest to the viewer that there is more than meets the eye in a elegant, neat looking way?
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Feb
11
revised What control to use to select multiple months?
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Feb
11
revised Popover vs Modal to display a map
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Feb
11
revised How can I teach the user a new gesture?
Refined to specific question, rather than request for examples.
Feb
11
revised How can I teach the user a new gesture?
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Feb
10
reviewed Looks OK iOS 'Append' Symbol/Icon
Feb
10
comment iOS 'Append' Symbol/Icon
Hi, I'm afraid that icon request topics are of topic for this site, as outlined in our FAQ.
Feb
9
revised Forms with many choices - is it bad UX?
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Feb
8
comment Does reducing white space improve or degrade the user experience?
I think I dispute the w3schools figures (I doubt I'm the first to dispute that source). gs.statcounter has 1024x768 at 14.71%, and there are other dimensions below that too. Also, screen size doesn't equate to browser windows size; not everyone has browsers full-screen. Also, what about mobiles / tablets?
Feb
8
comment Notification Panel
Why do you need a notification to be 'innovative'? What is wrong with the javascript alert or a top of the page flash alert? We can't just give you a list of examples as there isn't a 'correct' one. However if you have a specific situation you need to know how to display the alert then we can probably help there, but not if you just want to know loads of different types of alerts as that is just a never-ending list of examples.
Feb
8
comment How to wireframe an efficient UI when the project manager refuses to spend time to conduct user research?
I don't understand how this can possibly work. Even from a traditional 'covering you ass' approach, what documentation would the stakeholder go back to if what you design isn't what they really want? You need something to show to them saying 'you asked for {this}, and we delivered {this}'.
Feb
8
revised How to wireframe an efficient UI when the project manager refuses to spend time to conduct user research?
Tidied up, and made it more of an answerable question than a request for opinions.
Feb
8
comment How to wireframe an efficient UI when the project manager refuses to spend time to conduct user research?
What do you have to work from? I would assume that at the minimum you'd have a business-requirements document of some sort?
Feb
8
revised Filter options - Preferable to use an 'all' box or a 'clear' link to restore default settings?
Added content from an answer the OP posted where it should have been added to the question.
Feb
8
comment All my users are from Afghanistan; or, how to get users to correctly fill out a form
You make some valid points, but it's a little heavy on the assumptions ("any attempt to force the user leads to users trying to hack the system..." and "I am tracked feeling will make him not visit your site anymore...") This isn't the case for everyone - is likely to be a smaller percentage of people who feel like that.
Feb
8
reviewed Reviewed Delay on keystroke when search as you type
Feb
8
comment Delay on keystroke when search as you type
It's not really an instant search then if you have to hit Enter to get any results; that's just a traditional search.
Feb
8
comment Pixel precision of wireframes?
Define 'pixel perfect'? It's going to look different on a Mac Safari browser compared to a Samsung Galaxy Tablet, or on an IE7 desktop browser. There really isn't such a thing as Pixel Perfect anymore (unless the whole site is in Flash or is just a big imagemap).
Feb
8
reviewed Approve Form for property rent prices depending on season and length