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Oct
7
answered UI/UX in an Agile Development Environment
Oct
6
comment Does UX/UI apply to web pages and web apps only?
UX can be applied to anything: as is exampled by the discussions on here tagged 'physical' ux.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/physical
Oct
6
comment Does UX/UI apply to web pages and web apps only?
I don't totally agree with the sentiment of this post: while there may be traditional professionals who have dealt with movie posters / print ads / billboards the fact that technology means that these mediums are becoming more INTERACTIVE means that UX will tend to spread further into other fields.
Oct
2
answered How to allow for 'exploration' in your user testing?
Sep
29
revised What is the best way to arrange chinese words on a menu
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Sep
26
comment Why doesn't the space bar have anything written on it?
And the 'shift' key on a computer keyboard has an 'up' arrow because on a mechanical typewriter pressing it literally lifted a section of the mechanical mechanism to produce upper case characters.
Sep
25
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
25
comment Which way do arrows point on a tabbed web page?
That's how tabbed interfaces have been designed since they were invented (probably in the late 80s). The tabbed interface was a metaphor for file index cards which were common at the time.
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
24
answered Which way do arrows point on a tabbed web page?
Sep
24
comment Why don't ATMs show blank arrows for unused buttons?
It would be interesting to get some data on the strength of the glass used in ATM CRT displays versus one using say Gorrilla Glass.
Sep
22
revised Why don't ATMs show blank arrows for unused buttons?
added 25 characters in body
Sep
22
revised Why don't ATMs show blank arrows for unused buttons?
edited tags
Sep
22
answered Why don't ATMs show blank arrows for unused buttons?
Sep
16
answered How to create a web application with good user experience or usability?
Sep
12
comment Is user stupidity reason for bad UX?
I'd go as far as saying that users are 'lazy' - thinking requires effort and often they just can't be bothered.
Sep
11
comment Show special keyboard view when entering a password on mobile devices?
Nice mockup. The only thing missing is a checkbox which keeps the letters input displayed rather than automatically hiding them with stars (which on the default setting on android happens too quickly to check what has actually been input).
Sep
10
answered What other UX processes exist other than user centered design?
Sep
9
comment What is the common name for this widget (vertical buttons/links)?
I'd call it a Side Tab - but there may be an official answer.
Sep
9
comment Convenience and privacy vs. extra step to send a notification
A well described question.