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Programmer/Systems Analyst working mostly in PHP/HTML/CSS. Enthusiast follower of User Experience topics and solutions.


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reviewed Close How can I determine the appropriate color,font for a website based on target group?
Sep
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reviewed Close Inspiration Block - Can't Think Of A Suitable UI
Aug
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reviewed Close Should my blog posts have a larger font size than the rest of my site?
Aug
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awarded  Yearling
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revised terminology wiki excerpt
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awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
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revised Toilet flush buttons
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Jul
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awarded  Notable Question
Jul
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comment Why is the drag area usually limited to the “title bar”?
It's usually best to use "grips", little textured sections for users to drag on.
Jul
16
comment Name for: thumbnail getting big and spreads text?
Ohhh you mean the big image not the little ones. Huh. Not really sure there's a word for it other than zooming
Jul
16
comment Name for: thumbnail getting big and spreads text?
I'd say this is sort of like a non-conventional Accordion? jqueryui.com/accordion
Jul
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revised Name for: thumbnail getting big and spreads text?
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Jul
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revised System Usability Scale (SUS)
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Jul
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reviewed Close Which indefinite progress spinner is better?
Jul
11
comment Delete permanently or temporarily
What are the items? Seems almost more like a "dismiss" action than "delete" if the items aren't immediately/eventually removed
Jul
11
comment What do you call a layout of non-regular non-overlapping tiles?
Thanks to Google + I want to call it "cards" but that's not quite right. It's certainly a rising trend, and it's well beyond the point where it can be called just "pinterest like"
Jul
11
comment What do you call a layout of non-regular non-overlapping tiles?
This seems visually similar but I've never seen the term applied to a UI.
Jul
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revised What do you call a layout of non-regular non-overlapping tiles?
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