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comment Are smartphones accessible or operable by blind people?
iOS; yes. Built in accessibility from the ground up. Android; not so much.
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comment Better labels than “Date 1” and “Date 2”
@MattO'Keefe Fair point, I had interpreted the question as being a range, rather than individual dates. I'll amend.
Feb
5
comment Different options for replying to post
This is an English language site. Please provide answers in English in future.
Feb
4
comment UI/UX benchmarks exchange - is anyone interesting in sharing some screenshots form his country mobile operators self-care system?
Please take the site TOUR to understand what this site is designed for. Thanks.
Feb
4
comment What is the best way to display multiple columns?
Can you expand on this? What are the problems? What's wrong with just replicating like-for-like on the application? We need more information here about what the actual problem is that you need help with.
Feb
3
comment What are good 'Course' booking/reservation platforms? (Ecommerce)
This isn't a User Experience problem for this site I'm afraid. It's a product/service recommendation request (which aren't suited to the majority of StackExchange sites) and it's also an implementation request (something not suited to this particular StackExchange site). We can help you if you were designing this system yourself and had a specific issue with a particular aspect of it, but we can't recommend products/services or provide implementation advice.
Feb
2
comment What are some good lists featuring people in ux or usability?
This isn't really a UX question, it's more something for a UX forum than this site. Have a look at the tour page to get a better idea of how this site works.
Feb
2
comment Dealing with spam accounts
Can you provide more detail here? Currently it's not really an answer, it's more of a link to where someone can find an answer. If that link goes down then this post isn't really going to be much use. Can you expand on this and use the link as the citation / more info, rather than just being the answer on its own?
Feb
1
comment Back links to subsidary sites
This is entirely a business decision though, not really a UX one. Different companies will treat their subsidiaries differently, so it's up to them how tightly linked they want them to appear.
Feb
1
comment Tag cloud type control
Your update is no improvement over the original request. Please read the tour page to understand what this site is about. We're not here to 'share ideas' on topics. That's for a discussion forum. We're here to solve problems.
Jan
29
comment Tag cloud type control
This is way too broad to answer here in a single paragraph. You need to have a single, specific issue that you need solving. We can't just tell you everything about tag clouds.
Jan
28
comment Spinner (saving mode) on the button?
How long does the process take from clicking the button to the process completing?
Jan
28
comment How to layout a page with very long list of sub-navigation items?
Have you considered looking at the core issue rather than the layout - namely, addressing the IA of this. Does your site really need so many subnav items? Can't they be organised into different categories or groups?
Jan
27
comment Is clockwise or counter-clockwise rotated text easier to read?
I don't understand how this answers the question. What is 'American style' or 'European style' and how does that relate to whether text should be clockwise or counter-clockwise?
Jan
26
comment Who invented the “swipe to …” gestures
While this is certainly interesting, can you take the relevant elements from the article / patent to include in this answer? Otherwise everyone is going to have to go and read the articles themselves, which is not ideal (especially if the details of the article / patent get taken down for whatever reason).
Jan
26
comment How to demonstrate to stakeholders that redesigning an enterprise solution requires substantial initial investigation
I've tried to reword this post to make it more around a specific problem, rather than just a request for examples. (That would be too broad and not a question that can be correctly answered). Hopefully this is still along the lines of what you're after, but as per Stack Exchange rules, questions need to be specific and answerable.
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
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