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Feb
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comment How can a retractable pen design be enhanced to discourage users from clicking the pen frequently?
@DA01: I see it another way: people happen to obtain such pens and these pens allow clicking and most people likely click it because it clicks, not because they want it click.
Feb
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comment How can a retractable pen design be enhanced to discourage users from clicking the pen frequently?
@DA01 Either they like it or they just cannot find any better thing to do. I'm sure you overthink the reasoning.
Feb
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comment How can a retractable pen design be enhanced to discourage users from clicking the pen frequently?
@DA01 Do you have any source to back the claim that it's the primary reason why people select this very flavor of pens?
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asked How can a retractable pen design be enhanced to discourage users from clicking the pen frequently?
Jan
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comment Why do idle elevators close the doors?
Assuming an apartment building and evening time when most of the people get back from work it would make sense for the elevator to always return to the first floor (some elevators do this already) and open the doors.
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accepted How can employees be subtly reminded that when they talk loud in the cubicle farm corridor they disturb people in the cubicles?
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revised How can employees be subtly reminded that when they talk loud in the cubicle farm corridor they disturb people in the cubicles?
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revised How can employees be subtly reminded that when they talk loud in the cubicle farm corridor they disturb people in the cubicles?
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comment How can employees be subtly reminded that when they talk loud in the cubicle farm corridor they disturb people in the cubicles?
@MattObee: I consider it a design question, so I think it belongs here.
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revised How can employees be subtly reminded that when they talk loud in the cubicle farm corridor they disturb people in the cubicles?
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comment How can employees be subtly reminded that when they talk loud in the cubicle farm corridor they disturb people in the cubicles?
Okay, how will that utility give hints to those people?
Jan
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comment How can employees be subtly reminded that when they talk loud in the cubicle farm corridor they disturb people in the cubicles?
@VitalyMijiritsky: That dude is very noisy.
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accepted Does having WiFi spots and similar equipment visible improve user experience?