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Feb
21
comment Is it user-friendly to not provide the option to filter by price?
You don't use AB testing to see if a feature is used or not, that's what standard analytics would be used for. AB testing for whether or not a filter option is used is not going to be easy - what about users who are presented with the field but don't actually use it? Are their conversions going to be treated differently to those who aren't presented with the field at all? How do you determine those users who weren't presented with the field but did purchase something - because they may actually have bought more / differently if the field were there. It's too difficult to AB test with this.
Feb
21
revised Is it user-friendly to not provide the option to filter by price?
grammer, spelling, removed unrequired closing salutation
Feb
21
revised Interactive 'page turn' documents - the case against using these?
Added link to the book.
Feb
21
revised Heuristic evaluation by single reviewer - system complexity
Added link from comments into the question.
Feb
21
comment Why write “Polite Notice” on a sign?
"No Offence - but you're an idiot".
Feb
20
reviewed No Action Needed Alternative for circles page indicator for many pages?
Feb
20
revised UX guidelines for a web game tutorial
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Feb
20
answered Responsive Design, how to display two large navigation menus?
Feb
20
revised Responsive Design, how to display two large navigation menus?
edited title
Feb
20
comment Responsive Design, how to display two large navigation menus?
Maybe you need to consider the IA of the site while you're making it responsive. There is more to responsive design than just 'making the desktop site display on an iPhone', you need to think of the actual content that is present and determine how best to organise it so that it can be easily located for anyone using any device. If your site architecture is so wide then it may not be ideally suited to mobiles anyway as all you'll be showing on the mobile is long lists of navigation options.
Feb
20
accepted combining enquiry form with newsletter signup
Feb
20
comment combining enquiry form with newsletter signup
I've gone with this approach after all. Keeps things straight-forward and obvious and (hopefully) isn't to form-heavy to put people off filling in any of the items.
Feb
20
revised best way for a multiplayer lobby in a smartphone game
added 12 characters in body; edited tags
Feb
19
comment combining enquiry form with newsletter signup
I like the logical separation of why the use cases are different. Also, StackExchange does a lot of things better that Quora (not having to sign in to look at it being one!) I think this form layout is a bit confusing though, it's not clear the newsletter button is directly linked to the email field, but I like the overall idea. Maybe it's just a form with two different buttons that I should go with?
Feb
19
asked combining enquiry form with newsletter signup
Feb
19
revised What is the name for the horizontal tabs expanding / contracting kind of navigation?
Made question title more searchable
Feb
19
comment How should a website handle signup for two types of accounts?
How different is the merchant signup process compared to the consumer one? Do they need to provide more or different information?
Feb
19
reviewed Leave Open Where are the most optimal places to put laptop speakers?
Feb
19
reviewed Approve viewport-orientation tag wiki excerpt
Feb
19
reviewed Approve viewport-orientation tag wiki