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Feb
10
comment Do I need to make my website compatible with IE8 and earlier?
Does your user base use IE8? If not, no. Check with your users, or look at traffic metrics.
Feb
7
comment Why ribbon is used as symbol for most of disease awareness?
Lacking the ability to move questions between SE sites myself, attempting to do so would prove difficult.
Feb
7
comment Why ribbon is used as symbol for most of disease awareness?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is not related to user experience or related field.
Jan
11
comment User experience: Enjoyment, pleasure, fun, joy
@HenryTaylor - My reply is not to imply the relationship between the terms - same or not. I'm only saying that looking up the terms in the Oxford (or similar) Dictionary would yield how UX defines them, versus a more unique industry specific definition.
Jan
10
comment User experience: Enjoyment, pleasure, fun, joy
The OP is looking for definitions in relationship to UX. Since words can have different meaning in different environments, the question is seeking specifics to this practice. That said, I don't believe UX has any significant difference in definition for any of these terms than standard definitions.
Jan
6
comment Why not have sub-total in product page instead of checkout?
Because if you realized how much was already in your cart, you'd stop putting stuff in it.
Jan
6
reviewed Leave Open Hanging up a phone I noticed data clearing unbidden
Jan
5
comment How does the Tech inspired Design Process looks like?
The first iPhone did have a lot of usability problems (still does). But you are misunderstanding the process. The user centered process was followed and the iPhone was the result - they didn't find an iPhone under the coach and then try to design for it.
Jan
5
comment How does the Tech inspired Design Process looks like?
Putting technology considerations in front of user considerations is a prime example of poor design process. What the user needs and how they accomplish their goals will guide the necessary technology, in addition to other requirements. But just picking a technology and designing for that "because it's new" will complicate the design process, if not derail it.
Dec
18
reviewed Close When it is good to reduce the user steps?
Dec
13
comment Why are email notifications editable in desktop clients but not in mobile apps (i.e. Facebook / Twitter / Pinterest)
I think I know what you're getting at (and I agree if so) but the example is off. Your example uses two different people with very basic differences. The question is asking about the same person using the same service, just on different devices. So, why can I do things on the desktop that I can't do on mobile?
Dec
8
reviewed Leave Open How to assess how embedded UX is in an organization or team?
Dec
4
reviewed Close Skeuomorphism, Flat design, Material design, what's next?
Dec
4
reviewed Leave Open When does horizontal scroll feel intuitive to a user?
Nov
30
comment How to indicate an overridden value
There is no common display metaphor. It all depends on your situation and your requirements. Does it even need to be indicated? Often times, no. How important is an override? I've shown it as a bright yellow background, because it is important. I've shown it as a subtle border highlight, because it's good to know but nothing beyond that. There is ultimately no right way to do it, nor a definitive answer of if you should do it or not.
Nov
26
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Nov
26
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Nov
25
reviewed Leave Closed UX patterns for organizing and sharing
Nov
17
reviewed No Action Needed What is this particular piece of a GUI called?
Nov
17
reviewed No Action Needed Email Verification Flow for Resending Verification Email to Rightful Email Owner