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Working in UX / Information Architect role in Hampshire, UK.

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comment User Experience guidelines for B2B site for company specializing in engineering servicies
This is a very broad question. You're basically asking for everything about designing for B2B systems. Can you narrow this down? Are you concerned with language usage? Navigation? Accessibility? How to gather requirements? We need questions that can be explicitly answered in a few paragraphs, but this question is more suited to a book than a paragraph.
18h
comment What is the best chart type for present, “track of orders or order status”?
Can we get a bit more detail here, or ideally an example of what you currently have? How many orders are there? How many stages do they go through? What is it being used for? As it is written I'd just say "use a line of text - 'Status: Delivered' rather than a chart" as I'm not sure what you're trying to represent with a chart here.
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comment Should users give text input when they report inappropriate content on an app?
Why do you say it would be best to provide one step deeper?
1d
comment Choosing Language on Mobile Game
It's all very well saying that being able to change language is good, but how do you do that? If it's on one language by default then how does the user know they can change language? The label 'region and language' is English, so you'd have to understand English in order to change the language.
Mar
28
comment Place Ad after Title or Lead text?
Why even bother with actual content at all? Just put ads everywhere.
Mar
27
comment Help with defect issue system
Would this approach not work for you? ux.stackexchange.com/questions/33789/…
Mar
26
comment What's this style of website called?
Yes, but that is not the case with this site. All we're seeing is transitions as the content animates into view. Pretty standard themeforest stuff, but I wouldn't term it Infinite scroll; all the content is already there it's just animating when you reach it.
Mar
26
comment What's this style of website called?
I think you're incorrect here. Surely infinite scrolling is where you can scroll infinitely? Such as with Twitter or with blog sites where it keeps loading in the next page as content at the bottom so you never reach the end of the page.
Mar
26
comment What's this style of website called?
Possible duplicate - ux.stackexchange.com/questions/64993/…
Mar
25
comment Is it user-friendly to make the main navigation bar disappear when the user proceeds to checkout?
As one of the only opposing opinions here at the time of writing, I wonder if your opinion of still the same 2 years later?
Mar
25
comment Two different advertisement position depends on content height
Adding JSFIDDLE links is not going to make this a UX question. You are asking for code, not for use experience suggestions.
Mar
25
comment Key differences between web app in pc vs. mac
This is way too broad to answer in a few paragraphs. We need something far more narrow and specific to be able to help out here.
Mar
24
comment Font size in actual iOS differs from Photoshop mockup?
Sorry, but this isn't a User Experience issue, so this isn't the site to ask such questions.
Mar
24
comment Should I implement complex gestures for expert users?
This hasn't really answered the question. OP isn't asking what complex gestures are, it's about whether or not they should be implemented.
Mar
23
comment Is the icon for telephone outdated?
@AndrewHoffman Asking which iconography is best would be too close to an 'icon suggestion' post, which is not on topic for this site. A variation on the question would possibly be OK on the graphicdesign.se site though.
Mar
23
comment Is the icon for telephone outdated?
The trouble is that if you change to something contemporary people will not understand what it is. "How do I make a phonecall? I can't find the 'call' icon"? "It's that picture of a person with their hand to their ear". "Why is it not just the 'call' icon like everyone else uses"?
Mar
23
comment Is the icon for telephone outdated?
See this post: ux.stackexchange.com/questions/3117/… Your question is very similar (and probably a duplicate actually because the answers are likely to be exactly the same)
Mar
23
comment Quantifying discoverability on where or how information is found, presented
Is this actually a question, or just a rant about why you don't like the IA of the StackExchange sites? Because it certainly reads like the latter.
Mar
22
comment Online store, best way to display a shirt with front and back graphic
Why? This seems a bit gimmicky and also quite fiddly to use.
Mar
20
comment How many more people do I reach if we build a website that reaches WCAG Level AAA?
Unfortunately it is more expensive to have a AAA site. Putting a video on the site? Then you need a sign language version, an audio description version, a textual transcription and a textual descriptive version, and need to be able to offer these to whomever wants them. That is a massive overhead, however you look at it.