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web developer interested in ux


Feb
21
comment Benefit of custom 404 error screens on website
"Custom HTTP error pages improve web sites' security" - citation needed, please.
Feb
14
answered Alternatives to pagination?
Feb
14
comment Should you include names in emails?
this is a really bad idea when you have users from allover the world.
Jan
22
answered Why do many/most (Android) phones have the power button opposite the volume buttons?
Jan
6
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
19
comment tree-view for mobile devices
Nope, sorry. I read about it in Steve Krug's "Don't make me think".
Aug
8
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
8
answered On a news website, should search results be ordered by relevancy or date by default?
May
9
answered Is it okay to use breadcrumb navigation on some pages and not on others?
Apr
28
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
26
comment Should I use something else instead of “Dismiss”?
I wouldn't use modals unless it's absolutely necessarily, and in this case it's not. Modals are annoying and disruptive and i don't want to do that to my users.
Apr
23
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
23
accepted Should I use something else instead of “Dismiss”?
Apr
23
comment Should I use something else instead of “Dismiss”?
That's how we found out few people are clicking. We counted how many of them see the message and how many click dismiss. I think we'll replace with "X" for a while to see if the percentage changes and even hide it automatically after a few days.
Apr
23
revised Should I use something else instead of “Dismiss”?
added 36 characters in body
Apr
23
asked Should I use something else instead of “Dismiss”?
Mar
30
awarded  Yearling
Jan
25
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
3
comment Should we send both username and password after registration?
so, reasons not to send would be: - the impression of lax security - sets the precedent that you can send out the password - potentially insecure
Dec
3
comment Are spam bots actually better than real users at solving captcha codes?
and the question that pops up: is it worth it to trouble the users with a captcha only to avoid the submissions from the 'dumb bots'?