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Apr
16
comment What are the best forums / newsletters for User Experience discussions?
This isn't a suitable question for a Q&A site. We can't solve your problem here, we can only list examples or links. Q&A sites are for solving problems not discussing topics, so the User Experience Chat site is probably your best bet for such a query.
Apr
16
comment Is it a good idea to require users give an email address to see our prices?
So you mean that even though the Small and Medium prices are fixed and the same for all users, with only the Enterprise prices being variable, you're considering hiding all prices? Why not show "Small:$X - "Medium:$XX, Enterprise $Please-call us" or something like that?
Apr
16
comment How to convey: “don't move until the task is done!”
I note that this question, and your answer refers to accessibility benefits but you have included images with text in them and not provided the actual text outside of the image files. Therefore people reading this answer without images won't really be able to understand what you're suggesting. Really, you should show the images and provide the textual descriptions as text in the answer itself. Not just for accessibility but for searchability too.
Apr
16
comment Modern example of picklist?
What is wrong with this version? Why do you want a 'modern' one? Just do this but with Material Design style and bingo - modern version.
Apr
15
reviewed Close typography on Chrome + Firefox + Safari font rendering experiences
Apr
15
reviewed Approve Why is it important to focus on user needs as opposed to requests?
Apr
15
comment Should I make an effort to prevent trivia questions from being repeated too quickly?
If it's truly random then the possibility exists that the same question can be shown to the user 3 times in a row. So the 'too quickly' question can be reworded as 'is it OK to show the same question multiple times in a row'. And in that case I'd say no, that's not really ideal. It makes your app look like it only has a few questions, even if it has thousands.
Apr
15
comment Should I make an effort to prevent trivia questions from being repeated too quickly?
Why do they have to be repeated at all? As soon as you see a question a second time then it's no longer a 'trivia' question it's a memory one.
Apr
15
reviewed Reviewed Material design solution for popovers
Apr
15
awarded  Generalist
Apr
14
comment Why is it important to focus on user needs as opposed to requests?
@DavidMulder as it was written the question was asking for people to provide examples of something, and not to provide a solution. This is a Q&A site - questions asking for lots of examples of things aren't questions with correct answers. I edited it to bring it more in line with the scope of the site.
Apr
14
revised Why is it important to focus on user needs as opposed to requests?
restructred question so it is about requesting reasoning rather than just examples.
Apr
14
comment Should a conversion to a responsive layout happen site-wide at once, or is incrementally acceptable?
I would like to think your site is based on templates and that you haven't just coded each page one by one. Because if so surely that means you work on the template(s) which would mean you don't have to do page by page? Of course the best thing to do is start from scratch again - content designed to be consumed on a desktop is unlikely to be suited to a mobile, regardless of how responsive the css is.
Apr
14
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
14
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Apr
14
revised What is the best way to display empty fields in a user card?
deleted 45 characters in body; edited tags; edited title
Apr
14
comment What is the best way to display empty fields in a user card?
So it's not really empty space you are referring to, but fields that don't have any content in them yet. Is that correct?
Apr
14
reviewed Leave Open Is there research on whether users know how to open a link in a new tab?
Apr
14
comment Why would some high profile blog not allow commenting?
Instead of asking us to just guess (which is likely all we can do) why not just tweet the blog owners themselves and ask them? twitter.com/lukew