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Feb
11
comment Adding comments to a list of items, is there an elegant solution?
Well I dont have a honest answer to this since the response to the comment can be driven by the comment itself or what the person commenting on the comment might have to say. I have seen both use cases (facebook and the commenting system on yahoo) and both work well but I believe the added benefit is that by showing partial comments you are encouraging users to participate and also giving them a starting point
Feb
11
revised Should you be allowed to change your own data?
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Feb
11
answered Design requirements for displaying Terms and Conditions / Privacy Policy
Feb
11
revised Design requirements for displaying Terms and Conditions / Privacy Policy
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Feb
11
answered Should you be allowed to change your own data?
Feb
11
reviewed Approve Small icon: incoming vs outgoing
Feb
11
reviewed Approve Should the search box be on the left or the right side
Feb
11
answered Should the search box be on the left or the right side
Feb
11
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Feb
11
reviewed Close Truly cross-browser/cross-platform font-rendering web embedded fonts? Does it all come to images?
Feb
11
reviewed Leave Open Small icon: incoming vs outgoing
Feb
11
answered How to visually suggest to the viewer that there is more than meets the eye in a elegant, neat looking way?
Feb
11
comment Is right-click still an important gesture to hold on to?
Where do you see an use case for right click on websites?
Feb
10
comment Best order of heuristics for filtering gift suggestion search results
can you post a screenshot ?
Feb
10
answered Multiselect for narrow display
Feb
10
comment Best way to display a date range
Do you just have to show the text or also allow the user to update the date as needed ?
Feb
10
comment calendar alternate views - aim for clean UI
Analyze what all you need in your application and prioritize them and then determine how your application will be structured
Feb
10
answered Why don't sandwich toasters have an on/off switch?
Feb
9
comment Does reducing white space improve or degrade the user experience?
Great answer, I find it fascinating that when you are dealing with people who have to assimilate a lot of information at one glance,principles such as minimilistic design dont seem to apply any more. It also reminds me an article I read about how chinese sites have a lot of information crammed in them due to the fact that chinese is easy to read
Feb
9
revised Does reducing white space improve or degrade the user experience?
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