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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.
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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
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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).
Apr
24
comment Whats the best way to show the UX applied to the design?
I don't think this is a UX issue, it's more of a project management one. You're asking how to deliver project materials to a client.
Apr
23
comment Should a device charger provide a visual indication that it is charging?
All these edits are still encouraging speculation and opinions, not correct answers. As I said in my initial comment - the only person / people who can answer this are Google themselves.
Apr
23
comment Should a device charger provide a visual indication that it is charging?
There is no way we can answer this without speculation (or if the product designer him/herself is a member of this site and answers it). If you want to know why a certain company designed something in a particular way then the only way you will find that out is by contacting that company directly.
Apr
21
comment Anyone know a fast, easy, online survey tool that will test clicks on image and get a heatmap?
Hi Michael. I'm sorry, but product recommendation questions aren't on topic for this (and most) stack exchange sites. Products come and go, better ones come along, good ones cease to exist... there is no way to have a correct answer that solves this question, because it's not that sort of question I'm afraid. Anything recommended now may become outdated in just a few months, making such posts less useful to the community as a whole.
Apr
21
comment Should I redirect the user if there's only one search result, or still show the results list?
See this (possible duplicate) post: ux.stackexchange.com/questions/9798/…
Apr
21
comment What could be the next level of toggle switch?
This isn't really a suitable question here, it's more of a poll. If you have a particular issue around toggle switches then if you explain what that issue is and we can try to provide a solution. But just a general poll of toggles that people like isn't really in-scope for the Q&A format of this site I'm afraid.
Apr
20
comment Incorporating fun into systems design
@tohster Yeah, I'm not too happy with that one either, to be honest, but the question was too far gone to close it off altogether so I did the best with it I could, I think.
Apr
20
comment Incorporating fun into systems design
@tohster the topic itself is useful for UX but the question itself isn't really. It's now too broad to answer correctly, it's more of a discussion topic. What sort of system? What 'fun' idea is looking to be implemented? Who is the target audience?
Apr
20
comment Incorporating fun into systems design
This isn't really what this site is for. We're here to solve specific UX issues, not compile lists of patterns. That's what pattern libraries are for.
Apr
19
comment Why is the 0 next to 9, not next to 1?
This isn't the place for extended discussions (or arguments) so I'm clearing out these comments. Please take it over to User Experience Chat if you want to continue.
Apr
17
comment Use of TWO hamburger menus in mobile app
If you have more links then you can paste them as plain text and we can amend them to links for you. More research evidence is always going to be useful! Can you also cite the relevant summaries of those links? If the links go down (which happens annoyingly often on the web) then this answer isn't really going to help anyone anymore (we really need answers self-contained with links as the citations rather than just links).
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 Is Google working on Gmail Browser application?
This isn't a UX question. You want to know when a company are going to update their website(s) so you'll need to contact them, not us. (And incidentally - look up Google 'Inbox' project.)
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
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.