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Front-end developer from Barcelona.

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Feb
15
comment Software startup screens
@Joey updated... it wasn't that difficult to find.
Jul
6
comment How Many Tabs are Too Many?
Related: ux.stackexchange.com/questions/15558/…
Apr
12
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
25
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
23
comment UX Designers vs Frontend Developers, how to avoid conflicts?
in favor of pairing
Mar
14
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
5
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?
Feb
4
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.)
Feb
1
comment What does it mean to 'humanise' interfaces?
"less than 1% of users have disabled it. You could call that a success." Or call it a "not visible enough option", I've been using Mailchimp and this is the first mention I see to this option. I would be the 99% anyway.
Jan
26
comment Should an E-commerce Site that is predominantly a B2B site have OAuth?
Also, LinkedIn implements OAuth, which is mainly business-oriented.
Jan
25
comment Why are software EULAs typically displayed in a tiny non-adjustable box with lots of scrolling?
I would say the box is not scrollable not because of the EULA... but because it contains the installation wizard. About the scroll... well it is obvious: they don't fit in the screen.
Jan
24
comment Selecting all contents of an input field of text type when focusing
I've seen this happening in password inputs, maybe it is the only situation you need to change it all (because the user doesn't see what's changing)
Jan
23
comment How to organize a form with many fields?
The problem with tabs it's that it doesn't convey a workflow. You need to expresselly indicate that there is a before and a next: multiple steps form. See this Q: ux.stackexchange.com/questions/3454/…
Jan
23
comment Is there any research available about the speed of working with a mouse vs. working with a trackpad?
related to ux.stackexchange.com/questions/5237/…
Jan
20
comment How would you handle two separate “save” buttons for different sections on the same page?
@Rahul he then said he would make checkboxes auto-save and remove the save button
Jan
20
comment Why do the iPhone and iPad keyboards use different shades of gray for the keys and background?
@DA01 actually it's probably because they recommend adding physicality to their UIs
Jan
20
comment Why do the iPhone and iPad keyboards use different shades of gray for the keys and background?
They put the little protrusion on the f key for a flat touch-screen. Just pointing it out.
Jan
19
comment Would it be bad design (and unsafe) to put password guidelines next to a login box?
@MFrank2012 sorry, my bad. I will add to the answer.
Jan
19
comment Where would deliverables such as wireframes/interview schedules/heuristic evaluations/contextual enquires etc come under
Why can't they fall under the UX section?
Jan
18
comment Diagonal Scrolling rationale
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