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comment Choosing the right template for App Store Screenshots
@roimulia There is no absolute answer to that. To some people it will be read as a list, and to others a sequence of actions. Even by adding numbers, you may have the same problem. That's why you need to find out how your users see it. My user base may be quite different to yours, and so what I find may not be applicable to your case.
Jul
4
comment Choosing the right template for App Store Screenshots
This is an example of where you need to do some user testing to know how your users see this. However, you're not posing a specific UX question, so I'm putting the question on hold.
Jul
4
comment Is Font Boosting Good UX?
Right now this is a broad question as you aren't providing a context. it's like asking "are checkboxes good UX?". Overall I like the idea behind the question though, so please edit it to give more context and one of the mods can then reopen it.
Jul
3
comment What kind of feedback is appropriate to inform the user that he's actually offline for a mobile app interface?
With the expansion, you've given more about what your app is, but you haven't narrowed the UX question. Showing examples of designs that you've tried, or just possibilities will go a long way to getting good answers.
Jul
2
comment How to improve the readability hexadecimal characters on a small label
To clear up the discussion here, it most definitely falls under UX. We have other questions on readability, and I don't see how this is any different. However, the question could be improved to ask about making it more readable, rather than simply the font.
Jul
1
comment How do I create persona for international airport website?
This wasn't closed because I don't like the question, but rather because it doesn't meet the requirements of questions on this site with this format. Any reasonable answer to that question would be a small lecture series, and so doesn't suit this format. People new to UX have many resources to go to, and if you want something as broad as this, then it's better to get a book dealing specifically with personas first. Then, if needed, you will have enough background to ask a narrow question.
Jun
29
comment How could we use the Google Play's or App store's reviews as useful data for UX improvements?
@Franco a generic "Send us your feedback" does get you more feedback, but in my experience, it has not added more value than the app store rating and reviews when it's been for generic feedback.
Jun
27
comment How could we use the Google Play's or App store's reviews as useful data for UX improvements?
@Franco If the only goal is to get reviews, I wouldn't bother. However, I regularly use the feedback button for app specific feedback (such as content requests), and have found it useful in many apps.
Jun
26
comment Which is the best way to display “Favorites” in a mobile app?
@CeceXX I've put this on hold, as you are more asking "How should my app do it" than a general UX question. If you rephrase your question to be clearer and more generic, you can ask for it to be re-evaluated.
Jun
26
comment How could we use the Google Play's or App store's reviews as useful data for UX improvements?
@Franco My experience on feedback within the app, is that it's very similar to what you would get on one of the app stores, with the exception of the star rating system - which doesn't feet the goals of internal app feedback buttons.
Jun
25
comment What number of social share buttons has highest share rate?
@DmitryYaremenko You can't apply numbers from one site to another different site. You may find that you have more overall with only a single share option, but that depends on a number of factors. Some sites may have the best results with 5 options. There isn't a simple answer to this that will apply to (or even a majority) of sites.
Jun
14
comment How to make a UX decision to bundle or separate applications
@plainclothes I have yet to see any bundling decision made based on UX. UX is typically one of many considerations, but the driving decision is the current business strategy. If you had asked what the UX implications or factors are that should be considered when comparing bundled vs. unbundled applications, that would be a different (and in my opinion better) question.
Jun
11
comment Side-by-side Search Results display example
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because questions asking for what amounts to a search are considered off topic. If you were to rephrase the question to pose a specific UX question, it may be re-opened.
Jun
5
comment Where should I place the leaderboard ad?
Right now, you're not asking a specific UX question, but rather you're asking in the form of a site review, which isn't allowed. As a result I'm putting the question on hold. If you edit it the question to be more general, you can request it be re-opened.
Jun
5
comment Innovative methods for form input on mobile
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it's a combination of being primarily opinion based and a general search for ideas rather than asking about a specific UX problem.
Jun
4
comment What would be the best keymap for a mode-less (or mode-minimalistic) contrasting color palette designer?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it's really more about graphic design than it is UX, and is a narrow topic which is unlikely to be useful to other UX users. It's an interesting question, which I hope you re-ask in graphicdesign.stackexchange as it's too old for me to migrate there.
Jun
1
comment Is the use of toggles in desktop applications an intentional or unintentional result of mobile first design?
I don't see any way that someone could answer this other than saying "I think it is" or "I think it isn't". It's sort of like asking, "are dogs getting cuter?" in that it's going to be subjective. Hence I'm closing the question.
May
22
comment What is a sans-serif font that still clearly differentiates similar characters like: l 1, i etc
Although this could be asked on another site, it is clearly about he UX of fonts rather than their visual appeal, so I consider it on topic.
May
14
comment Documenting Rationale
I disagree with tohster here, as I see the question as primarily being about how to documenting the rationale. The system to use and where to organise it are side issues that may or may not be dealt with in answers. Either way, I find it a useful question about a real UX issue.
May
6
comment Log in: username + password, or pin-code
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it's essentially a survey. If you rephrase it to ask a question specifically rather than ask for everyone's opinion on their personal preference, it may be on-topic and could be re-openend.