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web developer interested in ux


Jun
6
comment What is the best way to display date validation errors?
+1 for the second part, datepickers make life so much more easy for working with dates.
Jun
6
comment What is the best way to display date validation errors?
datepickers with disabled dates to prevent errors in the first place?
Jun
6
accepted Why don't mobile apps have a 'close' button?
Jun
6
answered Could you please comment on this web layout?
Jun
3
comment Why is everybody using Facebook, is it good marketing or good usability?
Travis, you gotta give it to them, they are a powerful UI educating tool, they have 700 million users. Think of inline editing, your users know that from facebook. Ok, not the prettiest flower in the vase, but still better than a lot of websites out there
Jun
3
awarded  Editor
Jun
3
revised Why is everybody using Facebook, is it good marketing or good usability?
added 308 characters in body; added 10 characters in body; edited body
Jun
3
comment Do you think that it is a wrong decision to use a textarea for “add comments”?
yeah, the length of comment dictates what enter does.
Jun
3
answered Why is everybody using Facebook, is it good marketing or good usability?
Jun
3
answered Which is more motivating to continue a process until completion: a percentage, or the number of steps?
May
31
answered How to present presets relating to a date range picker
May
31
comment Interaction design for copying subtrees
drag & drop in two phases: 1. id=5 with hierarchy and 2. id=4
May
26
comment Why don't mobile apps have a 'close' button?
the few apps that have a close option pop it when you hit menu, that's fine by me, it doesn't need to be intrusive.
May
25
comment Why don't mobile apps have a 'close' button?
yeah, that only hides the app, i want to close it.
May
25
comment The Great Mobile UX Debate: Scroll or Click
if you loose those buttons, the first option starts to sound better than the rest (less clicks)
May
25
awarded  Student
May
25
asked Why don't mobile apps have a 'close' button?
May
25
comment The Great Mobile UX Debate: Scroll or Click
on the first mockup, are the buttons needed anymore?
May
25
comment What does the user want to do to see a menu? Press a button? Hover?
it would only take one more row but you won't have any problems with the horizontal scroll on small resolutions, you could reduce the height of the option bar a little as well
May
25
comment Should double click be avoided in web applications?
+ Double click is windows, there are other OS you know... and yes, beginners have a hard time doubleclicking. I have a hard time doubleclicking with my left hand... it's hard.