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Jun
9
comment Why don't mobile apps have a 'close' button?
Would the downvoter care to comment?
Jul
25
accepted Confirmation styles: Dialog window vs. two stage/dropdown buttons
Jul
25
comment Confirmation styles: Dialog window vs. two stage/dropdown buttons
@sysscore With the current system architecture, undoing a delete is not an option. I would have preferred that solution personally.
Jul
24
asked Confirmation styles: Dialog window vs. two stage/dropdown buttons
May
16
comment No Vertical Scroll on Company Website
+1 Great answer.
May
16
awarded  Commentator
May
16
comment No Vertical Scroll on Company Website
@MobyD, If that's what you're going for then I don't see a problem with it. Notice how their goal is no scroll bars but in situations where they are needed (link) they support them. As an aside, if your clients are super-web savvy or technical I would create a separate "standard" design to present to them as well. It may not be your first choice in terms of design, but they are the customer and if they're more comfortable with "standard" go with it.
May
16
answered No Vertical Scroll on Company Website
May
16
answered Is viewport size a useful design constraint, and how are viewport sizes distributed?
May
15
comment Convention for showing that one of two web form inputs are required?
+1 I like this option. It gives the user an option on what type of contact information to provide but it's still obvious that it's required and eliminates confusion. There are no extra or empty fields hanging out on the form when the page loads either.
May
15
awarded  Yearling
May
15
comment confusing software-install flow for web-app
@chester No problem. I also have to support the point Myrddin makes as well. If the user is going to have to install that second component to use a majority of your site's features either strongly encourage them to install it up front or make it very clear on their account settings page that not installing it will prevent them from using a large portion of your site's features. In my experience, people tend to hate the idea of missing out on anything so they're more likely to install that second component.
May
14
answered confusing software-install flow for web-app
May
3
comment How to indicate that an image is a link too?
What may also help is some visual cue that the button has been pressed. Move down 2 pixels, change the color, etc. This shows the user an action has taken place on the button.
May
27
answered Nagging the user with double message box for something that is important.
May
25
answered Why don't mobile apps have a 'close' button?
Apr
15
answered Tools to develop user interface of a web application/ website ?
Apr
7
awarded  Student
Apr
6
comment How to display login/register errors?
+1 for openID. I wish more sites out there would do this.
Apr
5
awarded  Scholar