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Sep
14
comment Is this rotating cube interface user-friendly?
I don't think it's physically possibly to make the cube round
Sep
13
answered Is this rotating cube interface user-friendly?
Sep
13
revised Content first or Design first?
quoted in markdown
Sep
13
comment Tags! Massive amounts of tags and a sane interface to use them
mspace.fm calls them private tags and public tags.
Sep
13
comment Buttons and links for website navigation
Can you edit with a link to the article in question for those who are interested. Michael is on here himself - I'm sure he'll be interested in this one :-)
Sep
13
answered How long should a temporary notification appear?
Sep
13
revised Credit Card input format
added 17 characters in body
Sep
13
answered Credit Card input format
Sep
13
comment Organize a social network by age
@David - I have no issue with people being able to specify an age range for specific events, but since you are asking whether to organize a new social network by age, that's the no-no. It's not a good primary focal point by which to divide a whole network.
Sep
13
comment Organize a social network by age
I couldn't agree more - it's just a bad primary key by which to organize people and will put people off straight away.
Sep
12
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Sep
12
revised How do rounded corners affect usability?
typo
Sep
12
comment How do rounded corners affect usability?
See how few of the buttons on Lee Munroe's page about call-to-action buttons or this page at Noupe have any sharp angles...
Sep
12
comment How do rounded corners affect usability?
Well - 1) I think the majority of people are more aware of the rounded=friendly aspect rather than the angular=attention aspect. 2) There are many more cues and affordances in the designer's toolbox, so call-to-action buttons can be made noticeable without the angles, and kept more inviting by the rounded corners - thereby achieving both desirables. Additionally I myself would probably tend to go down the friendly route generally because you want to provide an environment in which to sustain the user for as long as possible. Therefore positive and inviting emotions win through
Sep
12
comment Do you design/develop a site primarily for the laptop/desktop and think about mobile later?
3 Good reasons for mobile first Luke Wroblewski
Sep
12
revised How do rounded corners affect usability?
added some quotes
Sep
12
answered How do rounded corners affect usability?
Sep
12
comment All capital titles: good or bad?
@Jon Purdy - I don't see any problem with that - it's quite clear what your trying to say there: 'I savoury donut chicken-and-egg surviving romancing permanently zero loonies (crucifying not nudely the sore infantryman) is so sponge. If your cheesecake is time, then toes crumpet orbit to poke you no dishonesty', and I completely agree.
Sep
12
revised Crisp GUI Look and feel for developing applications like spotify
included quote from developers at mflow
Sep
12
revised Crisp GUI Look and feel for developing applications like spotify
included quote from developers at mflow