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Apr
15
reviewed Close Best practice: <a> or <button> tag?
Apr
15
reviewed Close Best resources for modern mobile app UI design?
Apr
13
comment How to ensure e-mail deliverability with a single opt-in?
Are you after a technical solution to this?
Apr
12
comment Should Elmo be yellow instead of red?
"You should only ask practical, answerable questions based on actual problems that you face. Chatty, open-ended questions diminish the usefulness of our site and push other questions off the front page."
Apr
12
comment Indicate ”hoverable” text
Have you got any visual examples to illustrate how it looks currently? Also, I'm assuming you're already aware that using hover to display additional information isn't really the most accessible solution. What sort of content does the hover display?
Apr
12
comment Popup signups and calls to action
Are you just asking if having a popup is a good idea, or is it specifically something about the 'X' to close that you're concerned with?
Apr
12
reviewed Approve Popup signups and calls to action
Apr
12
comment Popup signups and calls to action
What solution do they say is appropriate? Can you elaborate on what this client is actually asking for please.
Apr
11
comment Are there any UX problems with date pickers?
@Novocaine That's good? I can't see any way to pick a date from those demos. Nor is there a text-entry version. And it doesn't seem to work with keyboard. Seems like style over substance to me.
Apr
11
comment Are there any UX problems with date pickers?
As with most things; it depends how they've been built. There are good ones and there are terrible ones.
Apr
7
awarded  Enlightened
Apr
6
comment Why is backslash called BACK slash when arguably it points forward?
This answer really just covers the origin of the symbol itself, not the origin of the term 'Backslash'.
Apr
6
reviewed Close Intuitive UI for query having boolean operators(lookin out for latest design patterns and referrences)
Apr
5
awarded  Good Answer
Apr
4
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
4
comment Close icon and ok button for dialog
@Confused It doesn't matter if a machine has a pointing device. Many people browse only using keyboard, not mouse. And a close button of some sort is a cue they can dismiss that dialog, and the impact of that. A 'close' button has a different cognitive meaning to 'OK' even if they do the same thing here, but 'Esc' is more of a backwards action than an acceptance / intentional action / decision.
Apr
4
comment Close icon and ok button for dialog
@Confused You can't click the grey area if you're only using a keyboard...
Apr
4
comment Is it good to propose a screen-reader version of my website for blind users
Current WCAG recommendations are to have alternate versions of the various items of content, not of the website / app as a whole. w3.org/TR/UNDERSTANDING-WCAG20/text-equiv.html It's not just for screenreader users - people who are only partially sighted can still benefit from the full experience but may want an alternative to just a single element on screen (such as a textual version of a diagram / infographic). Basically - make each element on the page as accessible as possible, and provide an alternative version of that element if that is not possible.
Apr
4
revised Is it good to propose a screen-reader version of my website for blind users
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Apr
4
answered Is it good to propose a screen-reader version of my website for blind users