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User Experience Architect.


Jul
28
awarded  Yearling
Oct
22
answered What UI design should I use for a smartphone app?
Sep
25
awarded  Critic
Sep
15
comment Should we always make every Link/Button atleast 44X44 size in Mobile site, According to iOS Human Interface Guidelines?
True, webpages are slightly different because of the zoom factor. But, that Yahoo page is the mobile version, so zooming is disabled.
Aug
30
comment How to edit only one list in a split list view?
If you don't do inline (I think you should), I would consider using a UIAlertView with a text field, ala: 2.bp.blogspot.com/_QLwms0mVa4w/Sabn1cXUeuI/AAAAAAAAAGY/… Also, remember to allocate room for the keyboard.
Aug
29
answered Is an Apple Help Book the way to go?
Aug
25
answered Best practices to prevent distracting and overwhelming design?
Aug
25
comment Are conditional forms good practice on the iPhone?
Your question is basically whether or not it is okay to change the options below depending on the selected information above. The simple answer is no; you would change which view is loaded next.
Aug
25
comment Are conditional forms good practice on the iPhone?
Noooo. I UISegmentedControl in the nav bar would change the entire view below: exmaple. Any where else, it would be used to select from a predetermined set of options.
Aug
24
awarded  Editor
Aug
24
revised Are conditional forms good practice on the iPhone?
deleted 10 characters in body
Aug
24
answered Are conditional forms good practice on the iPhone?
Aug
24
comment File manager on a mobile device
You mean you want to be able to select files across folders? This could still be done. The button in the top right would enter select mode, showing the move/edit/delete toolbar. Each card would have a checkbox to select. If you traverse back, the decks and chapters would have three checkbox states: none, all selected (a check), and some selected (a horizontal line).
Aug
23
answered File manager on a mobile device
Aug
23
comment Button placement while others ones are invisible/disabled
Also, if the user gets used to hitting the button on the left for "refresh", they may accidentally hit "delete" when it becomes visible.
Aug
19
answered Text in a search field - selected with one click or not?
Aug
19
answered Why would a key icon not a padlock icon be used to indicate a device keypad is locked?
Aug
19
answered Should our application ask for users master password when needed or at application start?
Jul
29
answered Duplicate information vs. proximity in mobile apps
Jul
29
awarded  Supporter