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Jun
16
revised How long should automatic doors delay closing?
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Jun
16
comment How long should automatic doors delay closing?
Can you change that link to link to a page that actually states this? In the mean time the link has been removed as we don't allow signatures against posts on this site. But links as citations to sources are different.
Jun
15
comment Is there a problem with using black text on white backgrounds?
If you have useful links you can still post them as text, and if they're OK one of the other users will edit them into your post for you.
Jun
14
comment Why don't we use Left navigation for website?
Navigation isn't the same thing as paragraph text though, so isn't supposed to be read in the same way. Users hunt for a particular item that they are looking for, rather than reading the whole thing. I would say that it's easier to quickly find 'Sentence' in your second example than in the first.
Jun
10
revised When offering a choice of two items and selecting both is an option, is it better to use checkboxes or radio buttons?
Removed unnecessary commentary.
Jun
5
reviewed Leave Closed What does a psychology research graduate need to develop to become ready for a career in UX/HCI?
Jun
5
comment What does a psychology research graduate need to develop to become ready for a career in UX/HCI?
This isn't a UX question; it's a careers advice one. And it's not really a question with a single, canonical 'correct' answer. Everyone is going to have a different opinion on this, none of which are more correct than the other.
Jun
4
comment In survey results which one is better - to show number of voters or not?
From a user point-of-view, yes it's better to show the number of voters. But that may not be the case from the business point of view. If it's a poll on a corporate site then it's likely they don't want it to appear that they only have a few visitors. Businesses want people to think they're huge and popular.
Jun
4
comment About adding item in a list
There are quite a few questions on this already. See this one and refer to the 'Related' questions list on the side of that post.
Jun
4
accepted How to display a large quantity of (read-only) fields?
Jun
4
reviewed Reviewed Does visual design really affect UX?
Jun
4
comment Does visual design really affect UX?
I'm not sure I follow how this answers the question though. Visual design is not only subjective. Can you expand on this answer?
Jun
4
reviewed Reviewed Selecting age between 6 and 18
Jun
4
reviewed Approve design-frameworks tag wiki excerpt
Jun
4
reviewed Approve design-frameworks tag wiki
Jun
3
comment Decluttering forms
Take the Etsy link as an example - all the filters are presented in a specific area of the page, with a different backgrounds, grouped together and each with their own headings. The filters are a feature of the page. They're not just some fields with no context or headers just dropped onto the page. It's a specific area of the page that the user would go to to interarct with and to apply the filters to the page. The page has been architected to group the relevant elements together in an appropriate place.
Jun
3
comment Decluttering forms
Do some competitive analysis - look at other apps / sites that do filtering and see how they present their filter options. Like Etsy or something like that. Be inspired by (aka 'steal from') other designs - that's what web design is all about!
Jun
3
comment Decluttering forms
While lots of this is probably useful to OP, it reads more like a general review of the UI rather than an explicit answer to the main point being asked.
Jun
3
reviewed Reject Why are X, Y and Z axes represented by Red, Green, and Blue?
Jun
3
comment Decluttering forms
I don't think the issue is really around where the fields are, it's more of a design one. They don't look like they belong with the search or with the results. it's just some fields dropped on with no context. There's no header to the form fields so the user doesn't know what they're searching for. I'd make the filter panel (which this search option kind of is) more of a feature on the page - styled and given headings. Not just dropped on the page seemingly at random.