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Aug
16
comment Left-handed persons and usability
+1 It seems very sad (door knobs, stick shifts)...like a discrimination. really, how many things we do not notice. we are just adaptees! ;)
Aug
16
awarded  Student
Aug
16
asked Left-handed persons and usability
Aug
12
revised Simplicity vs. Flexibility
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Aug
12
comment Simplicity vs. Flexibility
@sgnewson yes, you are right. i have changed my example.
Aug
12
revised Simplicity vs. Flexibility
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Aug
11
comment Simplicity vs. Flexibility
@Jouke van der Maas "It's much easier" for whom? for developer or for user? I think you understand that owner of application should investigate user's experience. Simplicity is very subjective. I spent much time and got -2 for my answer. So I am stopping this senseless discussion.
Aug
10
comment Simplicity vs. Flexibility
@sgnewson My answer is simplicity UI. I don't need in so type of comments, thank you.
Aug
10
awarded  Editor
Aug
10
revised Simplicity vs. Flexibility
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Aug
10
awarded  Critic
Aug
10
awarded  Teacher
Aug
10
answered Simplicity vs. Flexibility
Aug
10
comment Simplicity vs. Flexibility
And what results will you get in a case of google search and in a case "your company's app"? ;) (many unusable information and concrete action) :)
Aug
10
awarded  Supporter