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Oct
30
comment Forcing a workflow while making it easier for the user
Excellent answer.
Oct
30
comment Combobox-clutter… how to solve?
They can still be required and divided into sections (not pagination, all in the same page but separated graphically). It might sound simple but I've tested it and it makes a huge difference, people respond way better to staggered forms. And great point with the radios too.
Oct
30
suggested approved edit on What is a good globalization pattern for user-entered content?
Oct
29
comment What are some good font guidelines for headers, paragraphs, etc. that just look really nice?
@egervari web applications are web pages, and both can be very complex. The principles are very similar, and I think this answer summarizes it perfectly, specially in the last paragraph.
Oct
29
comment What happens when users register?
@DisgruntledGoat Maybe it could use something like a lightbox to ask you if you want to save your pass when you are automatically logged in for the first time
Oct
29
comment What happens when users register?
@Aadaam thanks, I had no idea how it worked. Very interesting!
Oct
28
answered What happens when users register?
Oct
25
answered Are “view more” links still being used?
Oct
24
revised Are “view more” links still being used?
edited title and content
Oct
24
answered How to label status on buttons?
Oct
24
suggested approved edit on Are “view more” links still being used?
Oct
24
comment Cultural differences while usability testing
Can't help but comment. I haven't read the study you mention, but relating masculinity vs femininity to achievement, assertiveness and ambition vs. nurturing and caring for others, is also a cultural association.
Oct
23
comment Why do Microwave oven UIs fail?
@ph33nyx That was the best answer I've read, why don't you post it as such?
Oct
22
accepted Responsive design: Should I go bigger than 1024px?
Oct
16
awarded  Nice Question
Oct
15
comment Responsive design: Should I go bigger than 1024px?
Excellent answer. I added a new responsive step and it actually makes quite a difference. The minimum resolution is not a problem if you have an adaptive design, and for the maximum... well, 960 is definitely getting too small. The one I added will probably be around 1200px (I now have to choose the exact size).
Oct
15
comment Responsive design: Should I go bigger than 1024px?
Completely agree. This app wouldn't particularly benefit from going bigger in the majority of scenarios. However, I'd say 30% of it would. Vertical resolution seems to be ok for now. Thanks!
Oct
15
asked Responsive design: Should I go bigger than 1024px?
Oct
12
comment Where and how can i study UX Design
@Captain I'd drop the mac
Oct
12
answered Is there a service where I can upload product screen shots and get feedback from users?