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Front-end developer from Barcelona.

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comment Software startup screens
@Joey updated... it wasn't that difficult to find.
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revised Software startup screens
update link
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comment How Many Tabs are Too Many?
Related: ux.stackexchange.com/questions/15558/…
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comment How to display a large user info in a small space?
A number of sites use on-hover to display a full card of the user (facebook, google plus, stackexchange for user with high rep...)
Mar
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accepted UX Designers vs Frontend Developers, how to avoid conflicts?
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comment UX Designers vs Frontend Developers, how to avoid conflicts?
I am sure nerf gun fights actually have a lot of psychology behind it. We have a weekly review which I prefer to call the "official rant-about-your-colleagues day". It's on friday so you finish the week relaxed, huge idea.
Mar
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comment UX Designers vs Frontend Developers, how to avoid conflicts?
in favor of pairing
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asked UX Designers vs Frontend Developers, how to avoid conflicts?
Mar
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comment How could one prevent drunk users from using a mobile application?
How would you differentiate a sober person with motor coordination problems from a drunk person? Not good for accessibility IMO
Mar
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comment Is there ever a requirement to allow text to be underlined when it's not a link or a header
Bold does call your attention and even works as inline pull-quotes, while italics is used to stress —phonetically if I may— a word or set of words; not to give relevance. What to use when you want to give relevance to a whole phrase without making it bold?
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comment How to organize a form with many fields?
@overslacked Mainly the links are about how to visually organize content (design principles, grids, multi-step form). They are not abstract, they are general, I wouldn't go into detail as of how to organize this particular form. (Don't mind the easter egg link.)