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comment Why do so many forms use input masks in for input fields?
@baldrickk, I wouldn't consider anything in MS Access a good example, however, thanks.
Oct
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on UX for Game Development?
Oct
12
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What to show while a game is loading?
Oct
12
comment Why the X is the symbol associated to the “Close application” action?
Possible related to - When you want to cross out something you've written, you draw an X over it.
Oct
1
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Why is 'shift + space' not popularly used?
Sep
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Sep
24
comment Why we don't have a Recycle Bin in mobile world
There was one, however, one of the developers accidentally dragged it into itself while putting it in his pocket. Since the restore option wasn't implemented yet, the recycle bin could not be restored.
Sep
15
comment Is “Mobile First” still relevant
You've got it wrong. Responsive design doesn't use pixel width - it uses width in points. When the DPI setting changes or the user zooms in/out this changes. When the user changes the width of a desktop window this changes. If you assume your users are all using the same DPI and browsing in full screen mode then your site will have a terrible UX.
Sep
15
answered Swipe pattern on a mobile app
Sep
10
comment Sign up for a company network with LinkedIn using a deleted account
@KomalWaseem Until you answered my comment on the question this was not clear. You do know that users can add multiple logins to LinkedIn, right?
Sep
9
comment Using slider component (TrackBar) as data navigation
Regarding the paging-like UX, a big input box would fit nicely into a page that scrolls down so you can see more items below it (each with its own input box). However, since I can't tell what the items are for, I don't know whether that is a suitable UX.
Sep
9
comment Using slider component (TrackBar) as data navigation
No. The data itself isn't interesting, however, without it I can't tell what the flow is e.g. do you need to select one, do you view them all and edit some, ... ?
Sep
9
comment How to account for three usecases in a wayfinding application?
@ChrisAplin You will have to do Usability-Testing (on the existing solution and on the suggestion - so you can compare the two), however, it would avoid clutter, loss of screen real estate, need to scroll more often.
Sep
9
comment How to 'select' menu items that also link to deeper items?
Are the levels different per branch or is there some pattern? Could you replace the levels e.g. "node1" with categories e.g. "Color"="Black". Have your considered what happens when a product is under multiple leaves e.g. "Role"="Media player" and "Role"="Phone".
Sep
9
comment Using slider component (TrackBar) as data navigation
I don't know what your use case is, however, have you considered using a load on scroll down UX instead of a pages-like UX?
Sep
9
comment Using slider component (TrackBar) as data navigation
Could you give example images in English instead, so the majority of this site's users can understand the use cases?
Sep
9
answered Sign up for a company network with LinkedIn using a deleted account
Sep
9
comment Sign up for a company network with LinkedIn using a deleted account
@KomalWaseem Am I correct in assuming assume this is for a company('s employee) account and not a private account in LinkedIn?
Sep
9
comment What is the common name for this widget?
This question appears to be off-topic because it can be answered within seconds using any search engine.