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May
19
comment Responsive Design, how to display two large navigation menus?
This is a good approach. The site I'm working on now has 750,000+ pages and navigation that goes 8 levels deep in some sections. In the desktop view, we've got a mega-nav menu that goes 4 levels deep. The section-level nav is uneven, sometimes handled (badly) by tab sets, other times by CTAs and other ad hoc elements that don't translate very well to the small screen. This patter would work better.
May
19
answered Gamification app walkthrough description
May
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comment Looking for a UX design analogy
Ideally, UX and Design should work hand in hand. However, when design becomes a barrier, people take shortcuts. The picture illustrates that really well.
Apr
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comment Design tips and best practices for visual navigation on mobile
Agree: you don't really need the images in the nav. Check out Land's End ( landsend.com ) they use lots of imagery, but also maintain a robust responsive site.
Apr
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comment Is it ok to use arrows to indicate money movement in & out of an account?
That's a big improvement on the iconography -- much clearer. Just a note, Bank of America also uses the in-out arrows to characterize transactions.
Mar
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comment Grammar for describing UI design
Are you looking for something like UML (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unified_Modeling_Language) ?
Mar
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answered Matching Navigation Names to Page Titles?
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Sep
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answered Indicate continuance in wireframe
Sep
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comment actual effects of “bozo room” anti-sock-puppet strategy
"Yow. I think we're all bozos on this bus." -- Zippy the Pinhead
Sep
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Jan
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answered Several data visualizations on one page?
Jan
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answered Would the concept of gamification be a bad idea in government?
Jan
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answered Could cognitive style be transferred to personas?
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Aug
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comment How could you prevent users from leaving their original copy in the photocopier?
I like simple physical constraints too. This is sort of like making diesel nozzles wider than unleaded ones to prevent you from filling up your gas-powered car with diesel fuel.
May
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answered What are the best practices for tooltips on mobile websites?
Feb
27
revised Is there a pattern for cycling or toggling through time periods?
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