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Apr
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comment Are there disadvantages to using an accordion instead of a carousel?
What sort of content is being shown? Because if it even slightly resembles promotional content then the button might as well read "show more adverts". And I'm sure we can all guess how popular such an option would be with users.
Apr
30
comment Differences between Non-Diegetic, Spatial, Meta and Diegetic User Interfaces
There is some debate as to which site (if any) this is more appropriate for. We'll keep it here for now to see if anyone can answer it succinctly (but it is a bit broad anyway so may not be suitable for StackExchange in general. But we'll see how it goes for now as it's an interesting topic).
Apr
29
comment What do hiring managers look for when interviewing UI/UX designers?
This isn't really the sort of question this site is designed for. We're here to solve specific UX problems, not provide lists of examples. This is a Q&A site, and your post is more of a discussion topic with no correct answer. Please take the tour to get more of an idea of how it works.
Apr
29
comment What kind of people are unable to use mouse and how many are out there on avg.?
Making a site keyboard accessible isn't an additional overhead though. That is just how you're supposed to build websites - using standards. If you're cutting corners and not following standards then you'll end up with a shoddy product, not just an inaccessible one.
Apr
29
comment What kind of people are unable to use mouse and how many are out there on avg.?
Why does it matter, as long as you know there are people who can't use a mouse? If the figure was 5% of population would you then decide "I don't care about 5% so I won't make my site compatible with them?" What about if it was 20%? 50%? Also, don't forget that besides people with permanent / long-term issues there are also those with temporary ailments - broken arms, eye infections, left their spectacles on the bus, mouse has run out of battery...
Apr
29
comment Why do web browsers ask if they should be the default browser?
Why do you think only Web Browsers do this? It's pretty standard behaviour for an operating system to ask which program to use as the default.
Apr
29
awarded  Good Question
Apr
29
comment Two menu responsive design problem
This may be a duplicate of this question: ux.stackexchange.com/questions/21388/…
Apr
29
reviewed Close Value of UX in E-Learning? | Case Studies Needed
Apr
28
reviewed Close Token based vs URL based email verification
Apr
28
comment What are arguments against the usage of a ticker / marquee on websites?
You could also have linked to our own highly rated question on carousels than one on Quora.
Apr
28
comment Using CSS cursor Property, how to show a webpage link opens in new tab?
If you can edit your question to focus more on the UX / UI area and less on the CSS / JSFiddle then we can reopen it for you. Otherwise 'On Hold' questions automatically change to 'Closed' if not manually reopened.
Apr
28
awarded  Enlightened
Apr
27
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
27
comment ARIA markup for elements that are tabs on desktop but collapsible on mobile
This isn't reall a UX question I'm afraid. You've already decided what you want the user experience to be, so now you're at the point of implementing it. And that falls outside the scope of this site I'm afraid.
Apr
27
comment Using CSS cursor Property, how to show a webpage link opens in new tab?
Are you looking for some implementation advice (i.e code)?
Apr
26
reviewed Close The Hamburger Menu and Classical Conditioning
Apr
26
reviewed Approve Instant gratification in B2B onboarding
Apr
24
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
24
comment Touchable slider with two sliders - best practice
@DA01 Only if there are 2 'thumbs' being used. Any more and it suffers the same issues as the one in the question (but then at that point you'd probably want to be considering a totally different control anyway).