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Apr
8
comment research: dark or light UI better outside
Also depends on the screen makeup. IPads and many other tablets have a very reflective surface which can be hard to use in daylight. Early Kindles had a "matte" finish which changes the dynamic of interaction with the eye.
Feb
28
comment Should export of an editable table view to Spreadsheet reflect user edits?
That use case could apply to someone who needs to verify their data in some excel related tool before saving... already saved would be a bad thing.
Feb
28
answered Should export of an editable table view to Spreadsheet reflect user edits?
Nov
8
comment Overriding the default input method on smartphones
Not an answer because I can not point to concrete research, but I absolutely hate when some developer changes the expected behavior of the OS or device. Your companies change would push me away, not convert me.
Oct
4
comment Is a book more user friendly than an e-book?
I didn't mean to suggest that all bookmarks would fall out. But I have had a bookmark fall out of a physical book when I picked it up. So far, that has never happened with my Kindle :)
Oct
3
revised Is a book more user friendly than an e-book?
added 71 characters in body
Oct
3
answered Is a book more user friendly than an e-book?
Jul
8
comment Why is the caps lock key often so big on a keyboard?
And for those not old enough to have used a mechanical typewriter, the Caps/Shift Lock key literally was a ratcheting lock which held the mechanism in place. IIRC, it was released by pressing the Shift key at completion of the typing.
Jul
3
answered Pros/cons of splash-screen with articifial loading delay
Oct
12
awarded  Yearling
Nov
7
answered Help or support?
Oct
17
answered Creating Interfaces that Build Emotional Bonds
Oct
17
awarded  Editor
Oct
17
revised Undo History - Why limit it?
fixed typo reply->replay
Oct
12
awarded  Teacher
Oct
12
answered Undo History - Why limit it?
Oct
12
comment Undo History - Why limit it?
@Mongus, but isn't the needs of the programmer tied to the needs of the user? If, due to the complexity, the programmer delivers a poorly functioning undo, isn't that worse for the user than having no undo at all?