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Sep
17
comment How can I improve the perceived performance of a desktop application?
Ales, there is no Moore's law for crappy coding. Lots of (single threaded)software is very Mhz dependant and that's one of the area's where speed increases have been very limited.
Jun
22
comment “Adding and Subtracting a Value” Horizontal or Vertical Controls better affordance?
Make the buttons bigger then the numbers please!
Jun
21
comment Click-twice to tick the checkbox?
Make them big enough so its hard to 'miss click'. Show that when you select them 'something' will happen. Check if the double click actions have some underlying motive and you might even consider reporting that you have to double click to a bug list.
Jun
20
comment Should we re-think the use of the word “Save”
Save(the current version)
Jun
20
comment Should we re-think the use of the word “Save”
@Dorival having to save is just something forced on application users. In an ideal world you didn't need to save. You simply create 'restoration points' instead.
Jun
20
comment Sorting photos in mobile app
The wireframe really puts a focus on each control. Using a soft theme the buttons won't be so 1999 and look like part of the design.
Jun
13
comment Details and Pricing Change Based on Location
A price range (min/max) 200-300 with an explanation why could also work.
Jun
13
comment Why would a web site hide the log out button?
Hiding the logout buttons creates a bigger barrier to leave the facebook website. I guess its a dark pattern to keep you distracted.
Jun
5
comment Should Navigation menu have a fix position in application with greater width?
If you're web app is menu focused with a lot of menu clicks/actions I would make it stick to the screens corner. If you've got a more story oriented app where the user reads the entire screen and then clicks next/previous it can stay at its place.
May
22
comment When conducting guerilla testing, do you ever offer any incentive, or just rely on people's goodwill?
You're sparkling personality, the fact you think its important and the fact you take their input seriously should be enough.
May
22
comment Are double tabs on the same level acceptable?
This or possibly radio buttons.
May
14
comment Show only supported files or all files in open file dialogue?
This and add a search box. Problem solved!
May
14
comment Should you place the “add a comment” form above or below the list of comments?
This really depends on the use case. Asking what is best should be done on a site by site basis. If you're looking for comment add it above. If you're looking for a discussion create a forum 'like' solution. If you're not looking for comment add it to the bottom of the list.
May
2
comment Are the flags of any countries controversial to use in a UI?
How many visitors do you expect from the controversial countries? How many visitors do you expect to know the flag of their own country?
Apr
22
awarded  Yearling
Apr
18
comment Implement gamification on Time reporting to minimize late reports?
@BennySkogberg The question is a bit hard to read. Can't you redo the question a bit simpler. It's a great suggestion though. I would love to see how it worked out.
Apr
18
comment Do users really need to search through a tag page?
Maybe you should introduce some general categories and add the tab structure into a tree structure for easier retrieval. That would reduce the need to know what the user is looking for and give them a shorter list of tags to read/search through.
Apr
17
answered How long to keep information for expired accounts?
Apr
17
comment LED flashing parameters to best let a human count flashes?
Hardware usually uses Beeps or multiple Led's to indicate a 'code'. Counting repeated beeps is pretty easy.
Apr
16
comment Should sign up be available from both Mobile and web?
If you let mobile users login please allow mobile users to retrieve their password if they loose it. The current android Tweetdeck application won't let you retrieve a new password if you're on a mobile device.