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reviewed Reopen How to measure the contrast between any given color and white?
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reviewed Close Why does google separate out its sign in process to 2 pages now? Is that bad UX or just unconventional?
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reviewed No Action Needed Which is the right place to place close button in a mobile app?
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reviewed No Action Needed Chrome App install banner - Dismissed user install
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reviewed No Action Needed Progress bar completing too quickly
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reviewed Close Bold colors for mobile applications
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reviewed Close How to measure the contrast between any given color and white?
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reviewed Close Using an image for a website background, and implications of changing screen size
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reviewed Close Do users click horizontal product carousel slider arrows (e.g. recommendations)?
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comment Do users click horizontal product carousel slider arrows (e.g. recommendations)?
Firstly, it's unclear exactly what you are referring to, and secondly you can't test something like this in a way in which the result applies generally. So it's largely unanswerable even if I knew what widget you were referring to.
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reviewed Close UX solution for form with lots of fields (psychology test)
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reviewed Close Is this an appropriate method?
Jul
24
reviewed Reopen Tracking what users are drawing on a piece of paper in real time
Jul
24
reviewed Close Uploading php file consisting curl function
Jul
24
reviewed Close Rationing a “resource” across 2 or more settings
Jul
24
reviewed Leave Open Mocks size for Responsive website
Jul
23
reviewed Edit and Reopen What's the purpose of “This page is intentionally left blank” we see in books?
Jul
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revised What's the purpose of “This page is intentionally left blank” we see in books?
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Jul
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comment What's the purpose of “This page is intentionally left blank” we see in books?
While the reason for this isn't UX, I consider it a fair question as it isn't clear that there isn't a UX reason for it unless you already know the answer.
Jul
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reviewed Close Flat design worsens UX. Could/should the pendulum swing the other way?