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Apr
3
comment The logic behind having an OK button and Apply button
Hi sri85, This answer does not seem to add anything that is not mentioned in the existing answers. Could you add more detail and extra information to differentiate it from the existing answers?
Mar
28
comment Is it good to present unlimited data in carousel view?
The standard for a list of contacts is a list, could you elaborate why you want to have a different solution?
Mar
17
comment Is it relevant to use “switches” buttons in non-mobile app?
These switches usually (Android and iOS) do not require you to press and slide. A tap is enough to change the value.
Feb
11
comment Studies about negative readability
The BK/W is also italicized and the W/BL is plain. Couldn't that affect readability as well?
Feb
7
comment What is the correct name of the GMail status box?
Google calls it a Butter bar according to an answer on a related question: ux.stackexchange.com/a/2525/8691
Jan
15
comment How important is it to follow the iOS way of design when creating an app?
Related / duplicate? ux.stackexchange.com/questions/37455/… and ux.stackexchange.com/questions/40756/…
Dec
5
comment Most suitable text for “Saved Queries” for non-tech users
-1 Why don't you want to call them saved filters?
Nov
13
comment How to add items of multiple types to a single list tree?
The types are visible through the colour of text on the visible column.
Nov
6
comment Should a UI say “My Stuff”, or “Your Stuff”?
possible duplicate of "Your" vs "My" in user interfaces and related to My account or your account
Nov
3
comment How to indicate a meta-option in a select list?
Related: ux.stackexchange.com/questions/36633/…
Nov
3
comment How to indicate a meta-option in a select list?
Well the option is: I don't want to select an option. So I would think that is meta. Or is there a better word for it?
Oct
2
comment Color of destructive primary button
Dialogs must avoid using "OK" and "Cancel" or "Yes" and "No". Use a label so that users can only read the buttons and know what to do. See: Should I use yes, no or ok, cancel on my message box
Sep
24
comment Best way to print a big HTML array
Do the answers to How should large table columns be handled on a responsive design or Displaying a large number of columns in a table answer your question?
Jul
19
comment Slide-out navigation and landscape vs. portrait iPad
@joeyfigaro I assume that that could confuse people, what stops you from using the horizontal navigation also in portrait mode?
Jul
17
comment Improving design for item review site
@Justin You could try to elaborate why the current layout makes you cringe, what is the problem with it?
Jul
16
comment Improving design for item review site
Hi Justin, your question is quite broad at the moment, improving it's focus makes it better fit the site and should lead to better answers.
Jul
5
comment Should human beings be referred to as people in design and development?
Possible duplicate of Better term for "user", you might find an answer there.
May
14
comment Designing bidi text editing
@JohnGB and done :)
May
14
comment How best to handle a popup gaining focus in the middle of the user typing?
I would say the OS should take care of that, and the standard settings on Ubuntu are not strict enough for my liking, when I start Firefox and then start working in a terminal, the focus will be stolen by Firefox when it has finished loading.
May
13
comment Designing bidi text editing
@JohnGB That might make things clearer, you would know were your characters will appear. If you look at how Apple used to solve is in Carbon: developer.apple.com/legacy/mac/library/documentation/Carbon/… (page 34) here they use a double cursor when you are on a space between the ltr and rtl text and when you type ltr characters, you will append it to the ltr part when you type rtl characters you will append it to the rtl part.