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Mar
31
answered How to let user know large caption in carousel is link
Mar
26
comment Ideal breaks for long numbers?
le_t... S? N? F? b_rd.. A? I? Y?
Mar
4
comment Making color blind friendly plots that look professional
The question says the OP has already tried ColorBrewer.
Feb
25
comment Should form 'Continue' button be disabled if validation is incomplete?
"Any interaction with the form traslates to either (tick) or (inline error message). The only case where this will not work is when the user clicks on "sign up" without providing any information which is highly unlikely/irrational behaviour and you dont have to cater for it." - Note that this falls foul of the point Falco made in a comment above: "Login with autofill from browser (JS doesn't recognize autofill and button is disabled until I focus the PW field)".
Feb
5
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
4
revised Distinction between saving and exporting
fixed a rather confusing inconsistency of save/export
Feb
4
comment What was the reason behind total transition towards wide screen displays by the manufacturers?
@Anixx: I know some people who like to watch video on their laptop while lying in bed. (You'd need an extra TV in the bedroom to use a TV there.) For that matter, I've occasionally used my tablet to watch TV series gradually on coffee breaks at work.
Feb
4
suggested approved edit on Distinction between saving and exporting
Jan
28
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
27
comment How easy to read are small caps vs lower case?
The question I linked has an answer by Ben Brocka which seems to approximately debunk the "distinctive shape" theory.
Jan
27
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
27
asked How easy to read are small caps vs lower case?
Jan
9
awarded  Yearling
Jan
7
answered Is there a more effective way to convince users to sign up with their social media accounts?
Nov
22
revised Why do RPGs show conversations in windows with talking head animation?
Dungeon Master, not Dungeon Keeper!
Nov
22
comment Why do RPGs show conversations in windows with talking head animation?
@unor: Oops! No, I meant Dungeon Master. Edited! Of course, that wasn't the earliest RPG; I could have said Ultima or other earlier games.
Nov
19
comment Why do RPGs show conversations in windows with talking head animation?
The technique used in the first example is showing the player's character and his expression, while the main view is of the female NPC he's interacting with. It's also useful if there are several NPCs displayed in the main view - the portrait is an easier way to see at a glance who's speaking rather than just having the text for their name. But yes, it's broadly historical; these tropes were evolving when resolution and colour depth was much more like the second example, or even worse.
Nov
18
answered Why do RPGs show conversations in windows with talking head animation?
Oct
22
comment Board game design: Which design is clearest to indicate failure?
At the moment in the first illustration you've got lots of empty space. I appreciate this can provide space for artwork, but I'd make the circles much larger, with rather small lines connecting them into a track. With bigger circles you can include more info inside the circle. (And it doesn't have to be a circle: two stacked circles followed by a trash can in a rectangle could work just as well.)
Sep
26
comment Website logo: include the TLD or not?
Would your answer about the .com apply to sites outside the USA? The userbase is fairly international, spread around UK, Europe, USA, and farther afield.