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May
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comment Multi-column articles
I noticed you added that comment about what's wrong with this specific article (lack of "background enclosure") to your answer too, thanks. So even alternating colours / zebra-striped columns would fulfill that
May
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revised Multi-column articles
Added screen snippet of article
May
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comment Multi-column articles
I really like this answer. "you might want to break with this convention to underline individuality" Yes! Horizontal scrolling would suit I guess. Thanks for the options, I feel like others are just giving the general best practices on line-length, etc. which doesn't really answer the question specifically about multi-column articles and this specific article under debate.
May
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comment Multi-column articles
Hmm. As far as I can tell then you're not even saying media is the key here; you're suggesting rows over column. Am I right? Or you're saying use columns but with no text blocks which can be read in more than one order?
May
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comment Multi-column articles
"Guide the users' eyes with you design/visual cues and make the content easy to consume." How?
May
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asked Multi-column articles
Apr
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comment How can I highlight errors when bright red is the main color of the brand?
@3nafish Don't worry; "The comments below suggest" we have a sense of humout. That's all.
Apr
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comment Is it a bad idea to use grey buttons?
As @zzzzBov said. Also, let's not forget that buttons are grey by default! I would advise going for a lighter grey though (like the Add Comment button below)
Apr
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comment How can I highlight errors when bright red is the main color of the brand?
@rk I think the border-colour also depends whether or not the field has a required attribute
Apr
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comment How can I highlight errors when bright red is the main color of the brand?
Yes, <blink> and it should flicker between italic and normal style font
Apr
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comment Why would a web site hide the log out button?
Actually, staying logged in seriously increased the changes of a CSRF / confused deputy attack where you might think you're taking an action on a site but really you're clicking an action on Facebook which is in a transparent frame above what you see, for example
Feb
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comment Are hover states necessary?
Good point on progressive enhancement. I'd add one more thing to "You shouldn't have to click something to find out if it's a button." though; you shouldn't have to hover over something to find find out if it's a button.
Jan
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comment How to avoid 12:00 AM midnight/noon confusion in a time input field?
My idea is similar; when they select 12, show a subtle moon / sun icon as a visual hint
Sep
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comment Should a button become lighter or darker on hover?
I agree with @KevinBurke. Also, definitely make sure that your mouse pointer changes on hover. It pisses me off when a site doesn't implement that (I'm looking at you Scrumwise)
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