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Jan
25
comment A permanent 'back' button in android. Does it really make sense? or should we get rid of it?
As the help centre states: 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. This isn't the place for discussions - it's for specific questions based on a defined problem, and the solutions to that problem.
Jan
25
comment A permanent 'back' button in android. Does it really make sense? or should we get rid of it?
Are you designing Android hardware? Regardless, if you're asking about whether the physical button should be removed from android phone hardware then that's not really a question with a correct answer, it's all discussion and subjective opinion really.
Jan
25
comment Why we need 'county' on UK address forms
That's totally going to depend on your business requirements really. There's no way we can say Yes or No to this without knowing your business. The same with fields like "Gender" - some situations benefit from it, others it's unnecessary. But it depends on the situation.
Jan
25
reviewed Looks OK What should the label be for an unspecified option?
Jan
22
comment I create HTML mockups. How do I share them for collaboration?
As @mayo says, these questions aren't really suited to Stack Exchange sites, because there is no such thing as a correct answer. See this Stack Exchange blog post for more reasoning here: blog.stackoverflow.com/2010/11/qa-is-hard-lets-go-shopping
Jan
20
comment What are some alternatives to the phrase “Are you sure you want to XYZ” in confirmation dialogs?
So, you like all your dialog buttons to have exactly the same buttons, regardless of that task it is performing? That seems ripe for confusion. It also goes against the advice of several answers here to not use OK/Cancel. It seems me of a developer solution than a User one. Have you tested this with users? Do you have data that it is the best option? Because if you're taking a contrary position to other suggestions then some solid reasoning other than "I feel...' would really help.
Jan
20
revised How to get the user to set his location on a mobile app?
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Jan
19
comment Displaying the absence of a value (alternative to n/a)
What is wrong with n/a?
Jan
18
reviewed Reviewed How to make user aware of the secondary (right) navigation drawer?
Jan
18
revised How to make user aware of the secondary (right) navigation drawer?
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Jan
16
reviewed Close Are there any rules to differ between Errors, Warnings and Notifications?
Jan
15
comment Should an ATM display the balance on-screen after transaction?
That isn't the same as what is being asked though. Because with your ATMs the user still has to make a choice. OP is asking if it should just show the balance regardless. Also; is this actually the best option? And why is it good / bad?
Jan
15
revised Better way to show Priority Level in drop down
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Jan
15
revised What's the difference between card sorting and affinity diagramming?
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Jan
15
revised Should an ATM display the balance on-screen after transaction?
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Jan
15
answered Should an ATM display the balance on-screen after transaction?
Jan
14
reviewed Close Windows swipe feature
Jan
13
revised Multiple or Single Checkbox for ToDo List?
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Jan
13
reviewed Approve Is it good UX to right align numerical data in a text field when editing?
Jan
12
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