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Feb
8
comment Should an API documentation include When-to-use and when-not-to-use list?
I agree, leveraging the community for these more subjective requests is perfect. I don’t think the onus should be on the API developer to create it, but rather to support it.
Feb
8
comment Should an API documentation include When-to-use and when-not-to-use list?
I agree examples are an excellent way to help someone learn, but that’s not the same as the author’s expectation of should/shouldn’t instructions, pros/cons, and what 3rd party APIs are "best" to use in conjunction.
Feb
5
awarded  Yearling
Jan
31
awarded  Cleanup
Jan
30
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jan
30
revised How to explain the concept of choosing password to user
Improved for clarity
Jan
30
suggested approved edit on How to explain the concept of choosing password to user
Jan
30
comment SaaS plan names for B2C
Also, you’re making a lot of assumptions about the value of each tier to your customers. One might argue the UX-approach would be to test the features with your customers first (perhaps a beta) and see which ones are most valuable before detailing pricing tiers. You could end up with 2 or 5 pricing tiers for example, making this "problem" moot.
Jan
30
comment SaaS plan names for B2C
I think this is more of a business strategy/positioning and psychology question, more than a user-experience puzzle. Generally speaking, if you want people to help with relevant creative names, you’ll need to provide at least an overview of what the service does.
Jan
28
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
28
awarded  Yearling
Jan
27
revised Where to undo “don't show this message again”?
Fix UI/UX Example Image
Jan
27
revised Where to undo “don't show this message again”?
Update image for clarity
Jan
27
revised How to make irregularly shaped objects / elements look clickable?
Edited for clarity
Jan
27
comment How to make irregularly shaped objects / elements look clickable?
+1 Movement would be my preferred choice.
Jan
27
revised How to make irregularly shaped objects / elements look clickable?
Grammar
Jan
27
comment What do you expect to happen when you click, Reset All?
I would expect my selections in date picker and filter by to be cleared...
Jan
27
answered How to make irregularly shaped objects / elements look clickable?
Jan
27
comment How to make irregularly shaped objects / elements look clickable?
@MichaelZuschlag Anecdote—I’ve watched my younger nieces and nephews use digital products, and they are significantly more willing to explore a UI than most adults. I’m not sure if they are better at perceiving UI elements, as much as being more likely to discover them.
Jan
25
awarded  Enlightened