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awarded  Nice Answer
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Aug
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comment Should we provide “back” button for mobile website?
@Jitendra: Nice follow up on the original question. I think you should ask the new question as a new seperat question, though. This is two good questions and you'll get more attention if you add it as a new question...
Aug
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comment Are there any resources/guidelines on First Time User Experience?
Congratulations on 10k :-)
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answered What is the ideal height of a button in regular desktop applications?
Aug
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comment User suggestions in electronic dictionary
@Marco: I would also add that you can use the current Google tool as a prototype and perform some user tests with it. You don't need to build your own solution before you involve your own usergroup. Getting some experience with existing products is very valuable.
Aug
12
comment User suggestions in electronic dictionary
@Marco: Yes, the voting must be unambiguous. There are several problem with the Google-example: They use "helpful" witch points to the suggested translation. They should have used something like: "Rate the current translation" and "Good"/"Deceptive"/"Offensive". Further more, the selected rating stands - even if you change the suggestion! Now how do you "post your rating"? I wasn't aware of this behavior until I played a little bit with it. Suggested solution, when you select a rating, it should be treated as an action that submits the rating.
Aug
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revised Have I missed anything from my list of web form best practices?
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revised Have I missed anything from my list of web form best practices?
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comment Have I missed anything from my list of web form best practices?
I am really tempted to post the single answer "No" :-)
Aug
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answered Have I missed anything from my list of web form best practices?
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Aug
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comment How do you version-control your wireframe/prototype assets?
@Rahul: I haven't had time to look at your tool, yet. It looks very promising. But does this tool support various file types and is it "room for" other documentation? My impression is that this tool is excellent at managing the "delivery files", but that other documents (like usability reports, requirements specifications, analysis/spreadsheets, budget, presentations etc), should be held in another system?
Aug
10
comment How do you version-control your wireframe/prototype assets?
@Chris: I can't say that I have, but then again - I didn't know that binaries were supported by SVN... Isn't is possible that some client only supports a subset of the SVN API?
Aug
10
comment How do you version-control your wireframe/prototype assets?
@Alex: That was nice! But remember that this tool only handles images. I use Araxis merge (araxis.com/merge) as image comparison tool myself. For other file types you need other comparison tools.
Aug
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comment How do you version-control your wireframe/prototype assets?
@Chris: Thanks for the heads up. Post edited. As I said: I rely on SVN to handle binaries myself, but I didn't know that is was actually supported.
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revised How do you version-control your wireframe/prototype assets?
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answered How do you version-control your wireframe/prototype assets?
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comment Fastest way to choose 2 items from a list of 10
@Roger: BTW, you can speed up your solution by reducing the number of buttons from 100 to 45 ;-)