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Oct
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revised How can the classic footer elements be integrated into an infinite scrolling layout?
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Oct
3
answered How can the classic footer elements be integrated into an infinite scrolling layout?
Oct
1
comment Who is the average user?
@Rahul - ah yes I remember - although he is no longer an average Joe it seems - with a record deal, book, numerous speeches and a wikipedia entry :-).
Sep
30
asked Who is the average user?
Sep
30
answered Do people know how to use what Wordpress calls “Shortcodes”?
Sep
30
comment Is it good to leave Select dropdown with default style for better UX and Accessibility?
So given my comments above, isn't that all the more reason to let the device default to what's appropriate?
Sep
30
answered Is it good to leave Select dropdown with default style for better UX and Accessibility?
Sep
29
comment What are your favourite examples of content with a rich taxonomy+metadata?
So it should :-) - I've seen Mike give this presentation live and I think the BBC have done a really good job.
Sep
28
comment Parallax technique on the Web: Types and Best-practices
FYI: Another example at Legoland Discovery Centre
Sep
28
answered Why people tend to go traditional instead of using their cool reminder phone app?
Sep
27
awarded  Good Answer
Sep
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awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
27
comment Should we restrict signup for a service to Facebook accounts only?
@Rahul Good question, and it's probably a compromise between the two. But in this case, it's not just the number of items that is the barrier to entry, but the associated baggage that comes with making it all about a signup for facebook rather than a signup for your own app. On desktop, using one browser, it's easy to sign up via facebook if you're already logged in. On mobile you've probably got a separate facebook app (?). If using facebook signin with your own app, chances are you'll need to actually remember your password as the info won't be automagically shared.
Sep
27
answered Should we restrict signup for a service to Facebook accounts only?
Sep
27
comment How to deliver wireframe changes to team members
@Wousser You'd have a project with set of message threads for various aspects of the project. Attach docs to a message or at the project level. You'd create (eg) a 'design changes' to-do list and add tasks assigning it to team members. To-do items have their own threads and you can add/discuss detail there accordingly, including attachments, or summarise changes with links back to the main document. All in one place, visible and open. Team members have their own tasks and goals but can see what else is going on in the project. Messages are also emailed.
Sep
27
comment How to deliver wireframe changes to team members
This sounds grossly inconsistent. What is the point in a central documentation for point 1 if you're going to subvert the system via points 2,3 and 4. See also this question about prototyping tools, but it seems to me you need project management style tools like Basecamp or similar to manage the overall process in a lovely cohesive and transparent teamly togetherness!
Sep
26
revised What would be an intuitive icon for expectations?
questioning use of word expectation
Sep
26
answered What would be an intuitive icon for expectations?
Sep
26
revised Examples of nice looking html tables
link update
Sep
25
answered How Would You Collect More Information on THIS Website?