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comment Call to action on mobile app home screen and widgets
The "right" answer is more complicated and depends on the goals and business and design decisions which may supersede any UX question. So as it stands, your question is too broad to answer.
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comment Should modals/lightboxes/panels/etc. remain open on reload?
There isn't going to be an answer that applies to all situations. So, you have to specify the context so that the question is answerable.
Apr
13
comment What is the rationale behind creating a 'pretotype' rather than a more simplified version of a prototype?
@AdrianoRepetti this is one of the few cases where a comment truly answers a question well.
Apr
1
comment What is Unique Value Proposition in UX Design?
Please give us some context here.
Mar
25
comment A UI/UX developer with color-blindness. Good or Bad idea or maybe a challenge?
Being male or female has no bearing on whether you have an eye for colour or not.
Mar
23
comment How would you handle pluralization of irregular nouns such as “person”?
Programming isn't prose, so as long as you have a clear, consistent rule, I don't see a need for this.
Mar
21
comment How to build UI/UX for aircraft?
While I like the question from a UX perspective, it's too broad for this site. If you were to ask only about main indicators, or an aspect of the layout, it would be acceptable. However as it is now, I have to put it on hold.
Mar
21
comment How to evaluate alternative ways people find content in a social/mobile driven news environment
Please expand on your question.
Mar
20
comment Is there such thing as a boostrap theme that is like “turbo tax” (walk user through series of questions)
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it's not posing a UX question.
Mar
4
comment Email session expiration date?
The session expiration is a valid UX question. Even though it touches on other topics, it has a directly measurable user impact.
Mar
3
comment Building a web form with some items used alternatively
@brunoais Start off by presenting the general UX problem without referring to your site, and preferably with images - even rough paper sketches are fine. Then ask a clear question about the UX problem. Stick to a single UX problem per question. If you have multiple UX problems, ask multiple questions.
Mar
3
comment Building a web form with some items used alternatively
@brunoais right now your question is more of a "review my form" question - which is not allowed. You need to be asking a general UX question that would apply to other readers, not just to yourself. Hence I am closing the question. If you edit it to be a clear general UX question, it can be re-opened.
Mar
2
comment Building a web form with some items used alternatively
Welcome to UX.SE. Please clarify your question, as right now it's hard to work out what you're asking.
Feb
26
comment Android Disclosure Indicator Solution
Simply the word "more" with some indicator usually works. You could use it as a link or a button, depending on your design.
Feb
26
comment Textarea height
Welcome to UX.SE. To get meaningful answers, you need to give a situation where you would be using a textarea.
Feb
25
comment How to ask for full name and know which part is what? e.g. last name, middle names, first etc
The short answer is that unless your users are culturally homogenous, there is no reliable way to do that. The problem then comes rethinking what you need and why.
Feb
14
comment Is there a benefit to Mac OSX red/yellow/green title bar buttons being so small?
If the question were to be about small buttons rather than small buttons on mac OS X, it would be on topic, but as it's about a specific product, I have to close it. If you edit the question to be more general, it can be re-opened .
Feb
6
comment Are checkboxes in datagrids a good idea for selecting multi rows?
@JonCoombs That should have read "page" not "row". I've corrected it.
Jan
28
comment How to communicate that an app never sends information to a server?
@Mayo The problem is the focus on his one app, rather than a statement of a general case which would be applicable to more people. Most of the question is focused entirely on what his app does, so I view it as being primarily about that. If it's narrowed down to a general case, I agree that it would be a great question. I'll try narrow it down, but feel free to improve my edit.
Jan
28
comment Statistics and Usability
Your question is too broad as it includes multiple topics. If you were to split it into multiple narrow questions, you would get useful responses.