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bio website tommedley.com
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Cross-platform developer


Jul
30
accepted Is it ever good to slow down your app?
Jul
30
comment Where should I put my 'desktop site' link?
@jeroen cough stackexchange cough. They're mostly good, which makes the omissions in the the mobile ui all the more annoying.
Jul
30
asked Is it ever good to slow down your app?
Jul
30
asked Where should I put my 'desktop site' link?
Jul
24
comment How do you make users vote objectively and not from emotions?
Step one: Don't use emotive language like "like". Google's "+1" or reddit's upvote is much more likely to result in objective voting.
Jul
6
revised Why do progress bars animate backwards?
added 587 characters in body
Jun
8
awarded  Constituent
Jun
8
awarded  Caucus
Apr
19
comment Why do progress bars animate backwards?
@geekpanth3r I didn't, someone else made it and added it to the question later on. I'm pretty sure they made it manually.
Apr
12
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
12
comment Defining relationships between many users in one UI?
Is there any reason why you need to be able to see all the connections at once?
Apr
12
accepted Could scaring users be good UX?
Apr
11
awarded  Good Question
Apr
11
revised Could scaring users be good UX?
Removed redundant intro
Apr
11
comment How can I guard against users accidentally sending emails without attachments?
@TheQuestion You could use a regex, but then you'd have two problems.
Apr
11
suggested suggested edit on Could scaring users be good UX?
Apr
10
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
10
awarded  Quorum
Apr
10
comment Could scaring users be good UX?
I think if we added @GlenLipka's dialogs, we'd end up with users asking for a config option to turn them off...
Apr
10
comment Could scaring users be good UX?
This model isn't really appropriate here, as there are a huge number of config options (>50), a lot of which are harmless. Also, a lot of them would want to be tweaked a lot, so this approach would be rather heavy and frustrating for a lot of our users.