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Dec
3
accepted Should a responsive or adaptive web design be done with only two layouts?
Nov
15
revised Should social media sharing icons be placed on the homepage as well as article pages?
corrected typo
Nov
15
suggested approved edit on Should social media sharing icons be placed on the homepage as well as article pages?
Nov
14
revised Should social media sharing icons be placed on the homepage as well as article pages?
clarified social media SHARING links (as opposed to "follow us" links)
Nov
14
accepted Should social media sharing icons be placed on the homepage as well as article pages?
Nov
14
suggested approved edit on Should social media sharing icons be placed on the homepage as well as article pages?
Oct
25
revised Why should we ask the password twice during registration?
Corrected spelling of "Jakob": http://www.useit.com/jakob/
Oct
25
comment What UX metrics can I get from a web application?
Also see measuringusability.com/blog/essential-metrics.php for a list of 10 essential usability metrics (which reiterates the 4 listed in the answer).
Oct
25
revised What UX metrics can I get from a web application?
clarified metric calculation for completion time
Oct
25
suggested approved edit on Why should we ask the password twice during registration?
Sep
18
awarded  Revival
Sep
11
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
10
revised Why should we ask the password twice during registration?
corrected spelling of "Nielsen"
Sep
10
revised Is a “repeat password” field necessary in a signup page?
added Dropbox as an example and reformatted lists
Sep
10
suggested approved edit on Why should we ask the password twice during registration?
Sep
10
suggested approved edit on Is a “repeat password” field necessary in a signup page?
Aug
28
answered What UX metrics can I get from a web application?
Aug
8
awarded  Yearling
Jul
9
comment If and how to break a long wizard into main steps and substeps?
I would question the assumption that an accordion "makes the length of the wizard feel shorter, as questions are all presented on one page." Presenting questions piece-by-piece as in a tabbed wizard can make the process seem less burdensome, and also submitting the first step in a tabbed wizard creates a sense of commitment to the process (resulting in decreased abandonment). See The Secret Objectives of Queues - the point "It commits guests to the attraction".
Jul
9
revised If and how to break a long wizard into main steps and substeps?
corrected spelling of "accordion"