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Nov
5
reviewed Close What factors are the most influential in the usability and UX of a mobile app, that utilizes crowd sourced information?
Nov
4
comment Could the agile development process be in detriment of the UX for early adopters?
That's what app store reviews are for these days. ;)
Nov
4
answered Could the agile development process be in detriment of the UX for early adopters?
Oct
31
answered Explaining embeddable widgets to not so tech users
Oct
24
answered Paperprototyping a swipe function
Oct
23
comment Looking for “hard-to-accidently-press” button conventions
Just use a normal 'menu' icon (e.g., the hamburger icon) but when it's pressed, give some indication (a pie slice that fills in and glows brighter?) that it needs to be held.
Oct
23
answered Looking for “hard-to-accidently-press” button conventions
Oct
23
reviewed Leave Open Has iOS 7 changed the appearance of radio buttons?
Oct
23
answered How to display and label 5 essential and linked numbers in a table/dashboard?
Oct
17
comment Real-life UX: What's wrong with our coffee maker?
The machine I'm referring to also fluffs the milk internally--somehow. I imagine it uses some sort of awful milk substitute, though.
Oct
16
comment Real-life UX: What's wrong with our coffee maker?
You've got a mismatch between technology and users--you've got occasional users using an expert-level system. One option is to replace it with a system that is more usable by your "perpetual intermediates", like the dreaded K-cup, or one of the new machines that grinds coffee on the fly.
Oct
11
revised Up & down arrows vs Drag & drop for reordering elements
added 45 characters in body
Oct
3
comment Up & down arrows vs Drag & drop for reordering elements
Keyboard short-cuts--great point. But a drag-n-drop interface can provide these if you give the user some way of selecting an item in the list, say by tapping or clicking.
Oct
3
comment Up & down arrows vs Drag & drop for reordering elements
True! Though you've now added some ambiguity to the interface--and you'll need to have some sort of drag affordance, unless you want users to find it purely by chance, so that will also take up extra screen real estate.
Oct
2
answered Up & down arrows vs Drag & drop for reordering elements
Oct
1
comment What is a small screen alternative for drag and drop?
@Alexey -- What did you use to make that animation?
Sep
27
answered If the 'delete' key deletes, what key inserts?
Sep
27
comment Should I use .com as default suffix in email field?
It seems like an extremely minor convenience for some users, and an inconvenience for others. Are there other places to add value instead? For some folks (e.g. iPhone users) this will be handled by their OS, and for others their browser will be auto-filling the field anyway.
Sep
27
comment Are glyphs of a tortoise and hare understood to indicate speed cross cultures?
Which cultures are you thinking of?
Sep
26
comment Should i optimize my website for non-javascript users?
Dunno--do your users use JavaScript or not?