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Dec
26
comment Any good suggestions to alert / remind user to save after editing field on a web page?
Upvoted, but one comment: remember that "users spend most of their time on other sites." It's not enough that there is a convention within the site; quite a few people think of the web as a unit and do not really distinguish between sites that are part of "the website." The asker needs a solution that will work with users that spend most of their time on other sites and may not notice internal proper consistency like a "Save" or "Save and continue editing" button being in the same place on every page, helpful as that may be.
Sep
26
comment Does rating on both extremes indicate UX issue?
@codetiger, thank you.
Sep
25
comment Does rating on both extremes indicate UX issue?
I appreciate that you are respectfully trying to avoid promotion, but this is a case where including a link can be helpful. The accepted answer, as far as I can tell, was written by someone who tracked down your app and read the reviews. You might edit in a link for this specific question.
Jul
31
comment What to do if client insists that we use an inferior design?
At risk of being self-promotional, you might read my article "Friendly, Win-Win Negotiations in Business: Interest-Based Negotiation and Getting to Yes" at cjshayward.com/negotiation
May
1
comment Zebra striping for body text?
Could I have a pixel width to go with your recommendation?
May
1
comment Zebra striping for body text?
Thanks for a useful critique that I didn't even ask for!
May
1
comment Zebra striping for body text?
Thank you for the website critique!
Apr
19
comment Is an accordion worse than a grid?
I have nineteen total; see my Amazon page at amazon.com/CJS-Hayward/e/B007PJY1T0 . I assume that that is conceptually closer to a single digit. If you have a different answer for close to 20, please clarify.
Mar
18
comment When is it better to paginate and not to paginate?
@all, thank you very much; I (attempted to) convert JonathansCorner.com from pagination to scrolling, a decision which was made on a misguided usability principle that said, "If you are trying to be as good as possible, paginate so people don't have to scroll through more than ____ screenfuls per page at _____x_______ resolution." Thanks for all your comments.
Oct
7
comment What are some of the best e-tailer / catalogue iPhone apps or webapps you have seen, and what makes them great?
When I was interviewing with Walgreen's, theirs struck me as a job well done, but I imagine there are people here who have seen as good or better.