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Apr
23
accepted Infinite (looping) carousel vs lineal one
Apr
22
comment Infinite (looping) carousel vs lineal one
That was my thought, that as long as you know where you are, it's an advantage because the user doesn't have to move the mouse to the other end of the screen to go back to 1-5. But I'm not certain :)
Apr
22
comment Infinite (looping) carousel vs lineal one
I'm not sure I follow. You mean I should have a number or something that makes it clearer where in the "line" you are? I have a slider indicator that shows you where you are in a sort of timeline, so there is a visual clue.
Apr
22
asked Infinite (looping) carousel vs lineal one
Apr
22
reviewed Approve Labels for cards in card sorting session
Nov
10
awarded  Yearling
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
May
8
comment What is the best screen resolution to start designing website in 2014?
This question has been asked before, you'll find the answers quite interesting: Common screen resolution?
May
8
answered How to display selected filters after closing the filtering panel?
Apr
30
reviewed Approve Why do traffic lights have three separate light bulbs instead of having one?
Mar
10
reviewed Approve Is the comment area of a news story a distraction to the user?
Feb
25
reviewed Approve “more…” What happens then?
Feb
25
reviewed Approve Will I confuse users by making my whole site HTTPS?
Feb
11
awarded  Good Question
Jan
24
reviewed Approve Express buy button for a complex product (diffrent size,colors). Any experience or examples?
Nov
10
awarded  Yearling
Nov
6
reviewed Approve Tag-like UI element
Oct
10
comment The best way to implement threaded web discussions on small screen
Do you need to support a large number of 'steps', or would you limit that to 2-3 or similar?
Oct
9
comment Which of this scenarios are better from Scrum Teams?
I completely agree with the last statement. We are using Approach 2, but only because: a) Our team is small and we work very close to each other; and b) Some of our UX is done directly in the code.