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comment What should be the best layout elements for this android screen?
Implementation questions are off topic for this Stack Exchange site. Plus you've already asked this on StackOverflow. Please only choose one site to ask a question on as it's very unlikely a question is suitable to multiple sites.
May
22
comment Where is the best place to put a feedback button on mobile site?
Your question was edited because it was very brief and didn't have any detail. You're welcome to edit it again yourself, but if this edit isn't relevant then please amend it yourself to include more detail.
May
21
comment Alternative to Check Boxes on Mobile
Can we get more details here? Is this for one-off buttons? Lists of selections? What is the use-case you have in mind here?
May
19
comment Looking for a UX design analogy
I have no idea why this pic became so popular. It is totally incorrect. UX isn't about bypassing design at all. It's just an example of poor planning, nothing to do with UX / design. It's more of an analogy for hacking than UX.
May
19
comment Is there an intuitive way of creating Boolean rules without requiring knowledge of Boolean logic?
This isn't really what this site is for. We're not a free UX Consultancy service; we're here to provide explicit answer to specific UX questions.
May
14
comment Reviews or features - what's more important for product page?
Who told you to change it?
May
12
comment How to display a large quantity of (read-only) fields?
@rewobs The information is purely for users wishing to see all the account details that we have on file for them. They cannot manipulate it, it is read-only.
May
11
comment How to display a large quantity of (read-only) fields?
I considered accordions, but that has too many drawbacks really. Firstly, it hides all the information - which is bad because the user already clicked the 'show me all my details' option. Secondly, you have to click to get to that page and then click multiple expanders in order to open up all the info to read. It's a solution that probably looks better visually, but will be a PITA if you have to keep returning to it to use it.
May
11
comment How to display a large quantity of (read-only) fields?
Interesting idea, yes. I think that particular zebra-striping would be pretty harsh on the eyes if there are 70-odd items down the page, but I think there is certainly some merit in the search option.
May
11
comment How to display a large quantity of (read-only) fields?
Interesting idea around fixing the index on the side. My fields are only about 5-10 per category so I'm not sure if that idea would be useful or not, but I think I'll mock something up to test it out as it's a nice idea and gives the user a concept of how far down the list they currently are.
May
11
comment How to display a large quantity of (read-only) fields?
That's a good point. I was trawling around looking for sites that display lots of such form information but kept coming up blank, but LinkedIn is a good example, and one I can cite to stakeholders if they query the issue. There may be some issues regarding styling the page (project has a pretty strict style guide and pattern library) but there's always wiggle room - if you look hard enough!
May
11
comment How to display a large quantity of (read-only) fields?
@locationunknown yes, that's an option I hadn't considered. Although it still has the issue of being a bit overwhelming 'click this button - whoosh! Loads of information appears!'. But it might be a viable compromise, yes.
May
11
comment Is pop up always bad?
How can you be sure that popups make customers feel easy in the presence of? And how do you know that your popups are useful and liked by your customers? It reads more like you're trying to convince yourself that popups are OK because you've chosen to use them, rather than being based on any evidence.
May
8
comment Should help-text be above or below the input?
This isn't answering the question. The question is asking if help text should be above or below the field. All you have answered is to say that helptext is useful, and provided a screenshot with help text alongside and haven't stated why having it in that place is preferable.
May
7
comment Related information or different information on the right
Can you summarize the relevant part of that link rather than just have a link? That helps prevent linkrot.
May
1
comment Progress bar for credit card credit
The blue-on-grey coloursheme isn't so great though. But having labels at each end is good.
May
1
comment When to prompt the reader to share a blog post?
Yeah, that may very well be right. Good point. Comments are often related purely to the post title rather than the content.
May
1
comment When to prompt the reader to share a blog post?
Well you say you don't see why people would share without reading it, but the linked article in the main post points out that many, many people leave comments on articles when they clearly haven't finished reading it. Who's to say that Sharing it is any different?
May
1
comment When to prompt the reader to share a blog post?
The important part here, as you mention, is to not 'interrupt the reading process'. However I think that a floating panel would interrupt the process, as it is a distraction constantly in your peripheral vision.
May
1
comment When to prompt the reader to share a blog post?
Nothing prompts a user to share an article more than writing a really good, relevant, interesting article in the first place. People will share it naturally.