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Jun
15
comment Deciding to swipe a card right or left cognitive load?
Based on your options and main concerns for cognitive load. Swipe anywhere to dismiss/dislike with static "like button" seems to be the best option. (Given that user are educated with the actions and the "like" action will be a less common action, and therefore the "like button" will be harder to perform than swipe anywhere on mobile). If you think the users will "like" more, I'd make swipe anywhere to like and a separate interactive (button tap) to dismiss.
Jun
10
comment is an accordion the best way to display payment method selection on mobile
One alternative is dropdown, which simplifies the UI but limits the visibility of all the options on default.
Jun
9
comment Should my Task Modal comments be threaded for reply comments or single inline ordered by DateTime?
no problem, glad it helps.
Jun
9
comment Should my Task Modal comments be threaded for reply comments or single inline ordered by DateTime?
What if you update the comment's Datetime when a reply is submitted? It should bring the message + reply both to the top to keep it in sync. You'll still lose the time order but in a different way. This is how most mail apps display the messages (bring the entire thread to the top as new message).
May
11
comment Mobile post page - next post fly out vs. static next post
Sounds good, glad it works out.
May
7
comment Considerations to allow users to create content in a website?
One way to avoid duplication/variations of similar data is to curate the product list and ask users to choose from existing product. The drawback is that you'll need someone to pre-populate the product list.
Apr
15
comment Is address line 1 + address line 2 an anti-pattern?
It's common to have two lines outside of US. If a good amount of users are from out of states then you may want to consider keeping it. Some ideas to make the line 2 more user-friendly: baymard.com/blog/address-line-2
Apr
6
comment Single-Field Credit Card Payment. Experience or Published Data?
are you referring to this write up/report? lukew.com/ff/entry.asp?1579
Mar
5
comment Using a section title as a link to deeper navigation
+1 if you standardize the link styles across all levels. A common link style should be a good indicator.
Sep
28
comment What are the alternatives to dragging items to add to data view?
How often would the users drag the same item to multiple views vs. one item to one view? Also would users often add multiple items from the tree to the views in one settings? It'll be helpful if you can provide more info on what users are trying to accomplish with the interface. (e.g. add product items from a tree to categories buckets)
Sep
3
comment Audio player repeat button behavior
I think it'll be the same case with rewind 10 seconds but this is something you should user test. On a different note I'm not sure what's the significants of rewind 10 seconds but if you're looking for a more flexible UI, a slider may be more common that allows users to drag and rewind as far back as they want. Again, I don't have knowledge of what you're designing so it may not apply.
Sep
2
comment Audio player repeat button behavior
To clarify, the "repeat" feature you are thinking about is a way to restart the audio rather than repeating the same audio within a list when one audio is over?
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).
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.
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
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
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
comment Dilemma: How to write technical specifications before the research?
You won't be able to write a detail specification before you conduct a research. You should break the agreement down (as mentioned above) or leave out the technical specifications as part of the agreement.
Sep
21
comment Usability issue with horizontal scroll bars and page scrolling
Just like to clarify, is mouse scrolling wheel the main issue because it scrolls both horizontally and vertically at the same time?