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Jun
14
comment Best way to display more table columns and rows than I have room for?
So +1 – you totally nailed the why aspect.
Jun
14
revised How can I use gamification to encourage people to complete mundane but required tasks?
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Jun
14
answered How can I use gamification to encourage people to complete mundane but required tasks?
Jun
14
suggested approved edit on Individual welcome page vs. site content
Jun
14
revised When the user is inputting large numbers what can I do to reduce errors?
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Jun
14
answered When the user is inputting large numbers what can I do to reduce errors?
May
9
awarded  Necromancer
Mar
29
comment Force reconfirmation of details
Confirming stuff is annoying per se. Also, looking at the screenshot/mockup by OP, most fields seem to be required.
Mar
29
comment How to display misspelled words on search results?
@MFrank2012 – see your mockup with my amendment ;)
Mar
29
revised How to display misspelled words on search results?
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Mar
29
revised Should all browsers share the same experience?
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Mar
29
answered How to display misspelled words on search results?
Mar
29
answered Should all browsers share the same experience?
Mar
29
answered Force reconfirmation of details
Nov
13
answered Examples of placebos in UI design?
Oct
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
Sep
26
revised How Would You Collect More Information on THIS Website?
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Sep
25
awarded  Teacher
Sep
24
comment How Would You Collect More Information on THIS Website?
@JohnGB I'm afraid we're on our way towards a long discussion that we could/should take to a chat sometime. To sum up my position in a nutshell: In the real world, rarely are we UX/UI people the ones to decide what is going to be implemented. In fact, where I come from, MBAs do that without even ever bothering to ask a professional. If we're lucky, we get to decide how to implement the bullshit others decided upon in the best way possible from a UX/UI perspective without interference from C-Level know-it-alls.
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer