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Apr
1
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
1
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
2
comment Grammar for describing UI design
Are you looking for something like UML (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unified_Modeling_Language) ?
Mar
2
answered Matching Navigation Names to Page Titles?
Dec
2
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Sep
26
answered Indicate continuance in wireframe
Sep
26
comment actual effects of “bozo room” anti-sock-puppet strategy
"Yow. I think we're all bozos on this bus." -- Zippy the Pinhead
Sep
13
awarded  Yearling
Jan
2
answered Several data visualizations on one page?
Jan
2
answered Would the concept of gamification be a bad idea in government?
Jan
2
answered Could cognitive style be transferred to personas?
Sep
23
awarded  Critic
Sep
13
awarded  Yearling
Aug
1
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
17
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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Feb
27
revised Is there a pattern for cycling or toggling through time periods?
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Feb
27
answered Is there a pattern for cycling or toggling through time periods?
Feb
26
comment Do people actually use tooltips?
Tooltips are a great way to layer in info in a web interface, but don't rely on them too heavily. When you move to mobile you'll have to come up with another way of explaining all those pretty icons -- probably with a chunk of text alongside the icon.
Dec
4
answered Should User Experience Designers / Architects be responsible for the CMS requirements of a website rebuild?