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UX Designer in a software company for financial business solutions


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Apr
11
comment Input “Infinite Value” option in spin control
Many developers write -1 or 0 for unlimited. But this is not user friendly.
Apr
5
awarded  Yearling
Jan
8
comment Datepicker UX showing Quantitative Data
IMO, your idea is the best solution, because it shows the absolute numbers of tasks.
Jan
8
comment Datepicker UX showing Quantitative Data
This approach is a nice idea but bad for legibility and cluttered
Jan
8
answered Wait cursor and progress showing time for long running tasks
Nov
29
comment Selecting quite a lot of Size and Quantity
The version of @Alexy supports the mental model of users better.
Oct
28
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
20
comment Range of Colors to Represent Values
Nice link and useful link.
Sep
18
comment Click or scroll?
OK. That's right. Scrolling is good, but I would avoid an extremly large scrolling area. Another approach could be, teasing a group of photos with 3 photos. To see more photos of this shooting user can click on a link/button "Show more".
Sep
17
revised Click or scroll?
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Sep
17
revised Click or scroll?
added 328 characters in body
Sep
17
answered Click or scroll?
May
22
comment Best placement for a “Go Back” button: top or bottom?
Yes, great! I love this solution in Feedly.
Apr
25
comment How can I make these links more obvious to click on?
Like your 2nd example
Apr
5
awarded  Yearling
Mar
28
revised Best Method for Adding Ingredients
added 258 characters in body
Mar
28
answered Best Method for Adding Ingredients
Mar
28
comment Best Method for Adding Ingredients
@Salman. I know a lot of recipe apps, which use the order of Muhambi (Quantity, Incredients). e.g. Yummysoup, Paprika ....