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User experience designer working on both web and mobile projects.


Aug
13
comment Can you grey out items in a flat UI design?
In my opinion greyed out/disabled state is not directly against the flat or minimal design concept, which advocates for removing unnecessary elements. In general flat design is about keeping everything simple and you can certainly have a simple disabled button (without drop shadow/extra style decorations).
May
17
awarded  Yearling
Feb
16
answered Is adding categories to the products on the home page a good idea?
Feb
13
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
2
reviewed Reviewed Current Web Applications with bad user interfaces
Feb
2
comment Current Web Applications with bad user interfaces
It'll be great if you can provide more context on why you require examples of bad user interface.
Feb
2
answered Is this rebook/more button in my UI in the right place?
Feb
2
answered How should calibration prompts be displayed/worded when the user has to set the initial value?
Dec
16
answered Is there a best practice for blog navigation matching the rest of the site?
Dec
16
answered What should be fetched if you “Search” with a blank query?
Nov
6
answered What is more accurate “Click in the checkbox” or “Click on the checkbox”
Sep
28
comment Mobile filtering data with different views
Can you elaborate more on the user content? Are there other types of contents besides photos? It'll help to have a bit more context/mockups on the app you are designing.
Sep
26
answered What is the best way to implement tabs for filtering on a responsive dashboard?
Sep
26
comment Site payment widgets
It'll be great to see some screenshots of these framed-in widgets compare to the rest of the site design.
Sep
26
comment Simple implementation for search operators (Begins with, Contains, = etc.)
I think "Beings with" overlaps with the functionality of "Contains" so it's more or less an overkill for a name search. I'm not sure what the context is for you but generally users know the name of the person they're looking and "Beings with" is an advanced search setting which can probably be hidden within the "advanced search" link. Again, it'll help with more context on how the search is used.
Sep
26
reviewed No Action Needed Are people more weary of Location Services when it's not a smart phone?
Sep
26
reviewed No Action Needed Massive data in mega dropdown - looking for inspiration
Sep
23
answered Is using a sentence as a search filter better to engage the user compared to showing featured items?
Sep
23
comment Dilemma: dropdown design with active link and active sub elements
Can the list be collapsed? If not, then you can replace the dropdown arrow with some other visual elements because the arrow usually indicates a toggle. Instead of using "All Sports" within the sub view (I think that's what you're describing), you can make the top level "All Sports" to begin with. In addition, you can eliminate the indentations so that "All Sports" is on the same level but contains the rest of the sub sections.
Sep
23
answered How to navigate between item list, search and item details?