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Oct
31
comment can selected/active items be clickable?
it's for a web application
Oct
31
comment can selected/active items be clickable?
yes, that would be the pattern.
Sep
20
comment Can we avoid using a form when creating something?
Thank you Gildas. Do you have the possibility to link me to an example of this approach?
Sep
20
comment Can we avoid using a form when creating something?
A form will ask you all the info in the moment of filling it. The "inline-interface" will allow you to add here and there some information as soon as it's convenient for the user
Sep
25
comment Why don't most elevator panels let you unselect?
Yes, seems to be a Keyhole.. discourages even more
Sep
25
comment Why don't most elevator panels let you unselect?
It's not the alarm button. It's a separate button marked with "STOP"
Apr
3
comment Multivariate test conversion: short vs long path
whether short or long paths perform better..
Mar
28
comment Distracting User Attention with elements
check this question I made a while ago: ux.stackexchange.com/questions/15898/…
Mar
9
comment Is it a good idea to put the word “or” between buttons on a screen
Always be skeptic when someone uses statements that start with "people think that..."
Jan
11
comment Blinking, bouncing and flashing elements
JoJo, it depends on the manual.. The help section we created links to tutorials and video guides that are very handy to understand complex workflows. The help in this case is more "conceptual" then practical.
Jan
9
comment Blinking, bouncing and flashing elements
Thank you Pam, much appreciated
Jan
9
comment Blinking, bouncing and flashing elements
Thank you for the answer. You shared some very useful thoughts.
Jan
9
comment Blinking, bouncing and flashing elements
You are right, it's not so easy to discuss about this topic. I just think that before using an animation (to draw attention) the developer should think about more simple solutions (work on positionig, contrast and proportions of the elements)