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answered Is it good to propose a screen-reader version of my website for blind users
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awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
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reviewed Close Should large corporations have dedicated UX teams?
Mar
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reviewed Close n-to-n selector UI
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reviewed Close What is the name of this moveable multiselect list?
Mar
31
comment Are wearable device able to do heavy calculation
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is about device capability, not UX.
Mar
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reviewed Close Use a web framework (Bootstrap) or write my own CSS from scratch?
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reviewed Close How does help / user guidance design differ in niche specialist web applications compared to common web design guidelines?
Mar
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revised A UI/UX developer with color-blindness. Good or Bad idea or maybe a challenge?
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Mar
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comment A UI/UX developer with color-blindness. Good or Bad idea or maybe a challenge?
@MattWilko Not exactly. I was trying to say that a good UXer will ensure their designs get tested - it's part of the UX process itself, so if you skip that for whatever reason then you're doing the designs a disservice. Even people with 20:20 vision and no impairments can make bad design decisions, so you'd want to ensure everything is tested to one extent or another.
Mar
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comment A UI/UX developer with color-blindness. Good or Bad idea or maybe a challenge?
If I worked at a company that let me make all the decisions without passing them past anyone before going live then I don't think that's the best sort of company to work for. A good UXer will run their design decisions through testing (QA and usability) before going live. Any colour issues should be detected long before they become a problem. It shouldn't be an issue to the end product.
Mar
23
comment Intuitive interface for Composing Boolean Logic?
Examples as parts of answers are fine, but you still need to explain them - state why they are good.
Mar
23
comment When is it OK to use text as an image?
@MichaelLai Yes, I would class such logos as something that is generally essential for being presented as an image. It's not really text; it's an identity.
Mar
22
answered When is it OK to use text as an image?
Mar
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reviewed Reject Research CALL (Computer-Assisted Language Learning) with mobile devices
Mar
22
comment Intuitive interface for Composing Boolean Logic?
Just because plugins exist, that doesn't mean they're any good. From a UX perspective, is this good? Is it intuitive? WHY is / isn't it? This isn't really an answer to the question, it's just a screenshot and a link with no description or reasoning.
Mar
22
comment What can I do if my website don't need menu or sidebar?
There is no correct answer to this. It's going to depend on your specific project requirements.
Mar
21
comment Recommended Way of Displaying Long Usernames?
Can you expand on this? Why are you suggesting truncation and hover? Hover doesn't work on a phone, by the way. Nor for people using keyboards.
Mar
21
comment Recommended Way of Displaying Long Usernames?
Why would you do this? This is a UX site, not an implementation site, so we're more concerned with why certain design patterns work better than others, rather than how those are actually implemented.
Mar
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comment Recommended Way of Displaying Long Usernames?
While there is no maximum limit, do you know the details of the current usernames? Enough to extrapolate out an average length? You can probably accommodate 95% of users with just truncation and not impact anyone.