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May
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reviewed Edit Dropdowns within dropdowns
May
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revised Dropdowns within dropdowns
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May
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Apr
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Apr
24
comment Colour combination for three buttons
The primary vs. default and default vs. success seems distracting.
Apr
22
comment “I agree” check box or buttons
How about a percentage scrollbar so users can select level of agreement i.e. "I agree with 60% of the terms" :-) Now seriously, the [I Do Not Agree] button throws the user out the process with some kind of "You can not continue without agreeing" notice, whereas the checkbox prevents clicking on the [Finish] button until it is checked. UX-wise a single [I Agree] button would be better, however, you should consult with your lawyer about the legal side of this.
Apr
16
comment What are the negative and positive aspects of dark color scheme?
@AndreFigueiredo I didn't say anything about the whole, I said there are cases of each: "each will require a different (opposing) theme".
Apr
16
comment What are the negative and positive aspects of dark color scheme?
@AndreFigueiredo 1. I know people with myopia that find it hard to read bright themes, so apparently your case isn't representative of the whole. 2. Regarding the creative vs. constant, that is an observation I have made over many years,
Apr
4
comment Should I avoid using “abort” in favor of its synonyms?
@FedericoPoloni Did you make that up, then write that Wikipedia article especially for this comment? :-)
Apr
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awarded  Announcer
Mar
24
answered How can I improve this Add to Cart experience?
Mar
19
comment Why do we say UX for User Experience rather than UE?
XML (eXtensible Markup Language) predates Windows XP (1997 vs 2001) and uses the same abbreviation rule.
Mar
18
comment How does signing up / logging in with social media accounts alter user behaviour?
I would answer, however, I'm signed in, so I won't :-)
Mar
18
comment Do colour differences which also carry major brightness differences fail WCAG 2.0 SC 1.4.1: Use of Color?
Do text-only screens still exist?
Mar
18
answered Do colour differences which also carry major brightness differences fail WCAG 2.0 SC 1.4.1: Use of Color?
Mar
16
comment What do you call websites that make heavy use of vertical scrolling?
Infinite scrolling, Single page, Automatic paging, Click-free paging.
Mar
12
comment Are there devices narrower than 320px (and data on their usage for web browsing)?
What about smart watches e.g. "LG G: 1.65-inch LCD display with a 280x280 resolution" (result from Google). If the physical resolution has a width of less that 320, the virtual width is probably smaller too.
Mar
3
comment What is the term for a numeric input field of a specific format?
In general, this doesn't have to be numeric. The payment source could be an email address or a URL for instance. I think a correct term could be pattern or format.
Feb
25
comment How do I show margin and padding values?
Firefox's native inspector perhaps has the least text available up-front, however, it's layout is the most realistic, making the parts the easiest to understand without reading.
Feb
2
revised Is swapping out the entire Left-Local-Side-Nav a bad idea?
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