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Jul
4
answered Up arrow for increase, Down arrow for decrease, what for no change?
Jul
3
answered Is it OK to change label alignment inside a form if labels vary greatly?
Jul
3
comment Denoting a tab as being “unsaved” in a web application
That is a problem. Italics might work, but are not as good. Do you need to bold the current tab? Brackets might be the better route in this case.
Jul
3
answered Denoting a tab as being “unsaved” in a web application
Jul
3
answered What do you do when you have too many choices in a checkbox field set?
Jun
28
answered Display Email Address + Website? Or is it redundant?
Jun
27
comment How to deal with tab overflow of dynamic tabs?
I do not have a problem as such with Chrome, just that as an example for other applications, where there may be hundreds of tabs, it is not the way to go. IMO.
Jun
27
answered How to deal with tab overflow of dynamic tabs?
Jun
26
comment Using a ribbon as navigation
Horizontal menu-type things. Like at the top of SE pages. Yes these are links, but menu was the closest I could find. I mean a set of links across the top or side.
Jun
26
answered Using a ribbon as navigation
Jun
26
answered Drawing users' attention to unrecoverable actions?
Jun
22
comment Established classification and category for UX
Academically, my PhD (in HCI) is classified as psychology, broadly speaking. The problem is that the discipline as a whole draws from a range of sources, quite properly, so it fits into all of these categories (and more) depending on what aspect of UX you are talking about.
Jun
22
answered Should I combine these 2 mutually exclusive actions?
Jun
21
comment “Adding and Subtracting a Value” Horizontal or Vertical Controls better affordance?
A good option, if the vertical space is not also at a premium. However, I suspect that ALL space is actually quite critical.
Jun
21
comment “Adding and Subtracting a Value” Horizontal or Vertical Controls better affordance?
@Yallow We actually don't have enough information to decide, so I wanted to put another view, to allow Jack to know the questions he needs to ask, and the implications of the answers. It may be that you are correct, and my conclusions actually concur with yours.
Jun
21
answered “Adding and Subtracting a Value” Horizontal or Vertical Controls better affordance?
Jun
20
answered What is the best way to motivate users to participate in completing tedious tasks?
Jun
19
answered Should we re-think the use of the word “Save”
Jun
18
comment “Clear all” button history
Although, infact, that may be done by explicitly resetting the specific fields. But I agree that this is the only place I would use reset form functionality
Jun
15
answered How to convince a user to fill out a survey