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Jul
16
comment Should I label (before) or subtitle (after) a number in dataviz/widget?
I understand the reasoning, but do you have study to back up your answer?
Jul
9
comment Should I label (before) or subtitle (after) a number in dataviz/widget?
The chart is alone in the current version of the app, but I see your point and it also help when using the document in unexpected way (e.g. copy/paste, parsing, etc.)
Jul
9
comment Is multistability a good thing on a donut?
@rewobs How would you manage small value where label can't fit? Moving the label outside and connecting it by a line? If so why not doing it from the start?
Jul
9
comment Is multistability a good thing on a donut?
Actually I'm asking which of explanation then data vs. data then explanation is the best solution in ux.stackexchange.com/q/81252/6401
Jul
9
comment Is multistability a good thing on a donut?
I like your point about datum > label, I would have gone further making the label a subtitle to the datum to reduce it saliency.
Jul
9
comment Is multistability a good thing on a donut?
Having a background in accessibility, I'm a bit surprise by the importance given to "color" in the various answers. Color must not be the sole way to convey information (cf. w3.org/TR/WCAG20/#visual-audio-contrast-without-color). I reckon applying the proximity principle can have a greater impact than only using color
Jul
9
comment Is multistability a good thing on a donut?
@rewobs did you use a checklist to review this ? Also is there a better widget that donut/pie chart?
Jul
9
comment Is multistability a good thing on a donut?
@DasBeasto my comment is related to the 2nd proposal where both states are using blue for highlighting
Jul
8
comment Is multistability a good thing on a donut?
Using only one color is reduce even more the difference between states, I would not use or recommend it
Jul
8
comment Is multistability a good thing on a donut?
light gray sound like disable state, so doesn't convey the "available/remaining" idea. Maybe better to use it on the "used" part
Apr
23
comment How to style table headers?
I like how you talk about UX. I was thinking to somethingi more like the top proposal
Apr
23
comment How to style table headers?
I reckon headers should be a visual landmark not overweight content and risk chart junk. Common usage is not an argument by itself as a lot of bad practices are widely use (e.g. table for layout ;)
Dec
18
comment How to suggest sliding interaction on mobile app?
it's a web apps, user can use on desptop, mobile, at work/home, etc.
Dec
18
comment How to suggest sliding interaction on mobile app?
I might have be more precise about the fact it's a mobile app without authentification, which mean we keep no track of user. So, if a user revisit it'll have to see the tutorial each time and that going to be really annoying after a few times
Dec
18
comment How to suggest sliding interaction on mobile app?
@MiniKeb using a button will probably require a dialog to ensure the user didn't click by mistake, whereas sliding intrinsically possess this validation (tap+hold+move)
May
26
comment Why do door knobs still exist?
What @PlasmaHH describes is known as the network effect
May
26
comment Why do door knobs still exist?
I agree with the "catchy-thing" argument but I reckon the lever-style handles have a better call-to-action/affordance