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StackOverflow - Always been taking from the community (mostly googling), now trying to be part of it and contribute if, by chance, I know something that can help.

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Aug
6
comment How can I display multiple forms and lot of important form information on an Android application?
then how about putting them below the form? one would still have to scroll down to reach the submit/skip buttons, so they wouldn't go unnoticed anyway.
Aug
6
comment Is there a better way to design switches than I/O?
O and I are the esperanto of switches: they're made for everyone, but only experts understand them.
Nov
19
comment Examples of placebos in UI design?
@JoJo I guess it's an idiosyncrasy due to when there wasn't much RAM, and avoiding swapping memory could save a lot of pain.
Nov
9
comment How to discover what users NEED and not what they WANT?
@zzzzBov: I'd say he knew what people want, at least lately.
Nov
2
comment Intuitive text to “go to” or “navigate to” an item
@TheCloudlessSky "the list is paged". Oh, I guess that's why you're not just doing the incremental search right on the displayed list. But why opening a dialog for that?
Nov
2
comment Intuitive text to “go to” or “navigate to” an item
+1 for "quick search"
Oct
26
comment Name of the touch-ui “overscroll” feature?
In Android's API it's called just overscroll. @BaGi: I made an image scroller that makes the phone vibrate when you reach the bounds. If anyone wants to try it‌​... The only thing is that I couldn't get the vibration to be proportional to the force (phone limits). That would be great.
Oct
18
comment Best description for “tags”
@PatrickMcElhaney eheh thanks, same for your Italian.
Oct
12
comment What is modal about a modal dialog?
...I think I got the point, yet I still find hard calling that a mode. I guess I could look for other examples of modal things that have no apparent "switches", in order to have a broader idea of modes.