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reviewed No Action Needed Which is clearer - cog/spanner/wrench icon for desktop website settings, or a text label?
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reviewed Close How to set norms cut-off for 3 point Likert scale?
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comment Is the question mark “?” internationally recognised as an icon for help?
You may want to read the following question: ux.stackexchange.com/questions/64920/info-icon-vs-question-mark
Jul
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reviewed Reviewed What kind of feedback is appropriate to inform the user that he's actually offline for a mobile app interface?
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comment What kind of feedback is appropriate to inform the user that he's actually offline for a mobile app interface?
In order to get a good answer on your question, could you please elaborate? What is your current approach? Are you looking for a warning message, or rather an indication such as an icon?
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revised What kind of feedback is appropriate to inform the user that he's actually offline for a mobile app interface?
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Jul
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reviewed Close What is the color logic behind big mobile application brands like facebook, google etc.?
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reviewed Close Is there a standard speed for the slide out drawer menu in Android and iOS?
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reviewed Leave Closed Designing for everyday interaction
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comment Are two toggle buttons better than a tri-state switch?
+1, perfect answer imo.
Jun
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revised Verbosity of labels
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answered Verbosity of labels
Jun
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comment Placement of “done” checkbox button
Not an answer, but important nevertheless: "done" cannot be a checkbox. Checkboxes are used to turn options on and off. This is not the case when the label is just "done". Tip: try to rephrase the checkbox' label into something where the first word is an imperative. Example: "Mark this page as done". This will make the function of the checkbox MUCH clearer.
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reviewed Close Key features in modern designs
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reviewed Close How to ask a user which factors are most important to them when calculating weights in a model?
Jun
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comment Is tree menu “10 year old” design?
When the developer argued to put the 25 filters on top you should not have responded in disbelief. You could/should have said: "That's a great idea! Could you make a mockup to further clarify your suggestion"? This would lead to a competing solution that clearly looks worse than yours. And more importantly, in this case the developer would have drawn that conclusion himself instead of you argueing it. At that point, don't be happy with his failure. Work together to a better solution.
Jun
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comment Is tree menu “10 year old” design?
Like I said, the fact that something is old is not argument for not using it. Stop looking at "old" as a negative term. Something that is old has withstood the test of time. I certainly do not think your design looks bad, let me tell you that. There are many aspects involved into choosing a certain solution, since I don't know all these aspects, I cannot judge if your solution is good or not.
Jun
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comment Is tree menu “10 year old” design?
Nr1 requirement for a UI designer or UX specialist is to be able to communicate with ignorant people, never forget this ;)
Jun
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comment Is tree menu “10 year old” design?
I am not sure if good design is subjective. It depends on your definition of good. Your argument "Just works" is not a good response imo. You'd have to explain why you think it works. Have you for instance thought about alternatives and why they are worse? You could even have asked the interviewer: "what would you choose?" and then explain the benefits of your proposal. The interviewer's answer "it has to stand out" is exactly the kind of non-arguments you have to deal with in real life. It's another indication that he was just playing a role. It's what I do in an interview.
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answered Is tree menu “10 year old” design?