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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.
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?
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.
Sep
10
comment In Final Fantasy games, why are your characters on the right hand side instead of the left hand side?
I don't think this is something that can be answered with certainty. I though I was on to something when I checked what else FF's creator had done before. Turns out he developed this game called Cruise Chaser Blassty (screenshot), where you have fights... but I can't figure out if the player's character is on the left or the right. Take a look at the video.
Sep
10
comment Dyslexia friendly colors for wider audience?
This might help too: Font design and typographic choices for dyslexic readers
Sep
10
comment Where to place login failed message in Twitter Boostrap
I agree with this solution, although for security reasons I wouldn't show which input is the wrong one (I'd show the dialog below the button instead).
Sep
6
comment Is the indeterminate checkbox state a Microsoft UI pattern only?
@dan1111 I've just edited my answer with 'my case'. I'm deleting my comments since the information has been added to it.
Sep
4
comment Dealing with multi-window interfaces for desktop applications?
I was going to recommend this solution as well. Most likely, users will have a preferred way of docking the windows according to their usual tasks. If you save the layout for each user (assuming you have users or similar means of identification), then most of your worries are covered. I use WPF docks for quite complex apps, and so far it's worked quite nicely.
Jun
12
comment How do people react to voice commands in AI?
All of these comments are excellent! Thank you!
Feb
22
comment Responsive web vertical scrolling design and elements
Because most carousels work with absolute positioning, you would need to change it by modifying the javascript. It's not difficult to do, but if you haven't worked with js you will need help. You would be replacing the fixed widths the carousel calculates for dynamic ones based on the current size of the window. But it is something that can be done, so there's no problem combining carousels with responsive design. And there are some plugins that are ready for responsive too.
Feb
20
comment What's the cleanest option for a loading indicator in a login dialog?
You are right, it is taking way more than it should, around 3 or 4 seconds. I'm just doing the design, but I know the developers are wondering about this, and will eventually decrease the time.
Feb
20
comment What's the cleanest option for a loading indicator in a login dialog?
When the program loads I actually use a loading bar, but instead of one whose color grow, I use a full color one with stripes that move to the right. That way it's both at the same time: a loading bar, and a spinner :)
Feb
20
comment What's the cleanest option for a loading indicator in a login dialog?
This is the best option for me because I am in fact designing for a Microsoft Partner. Activity pointers seems to be the best approach. Thanks.
Feb
4
comment How does individual vs pluralistic language affect community?
@enderland You alone know the scope of your project. "Keep it honest and consistent" (with your brand / idea) seems like a good answer to me.
Feb
4
comment Should personal data be asked at the beginning or end of an online survey
Once you finish the survey, leaving your personal details could be optional. "Thank you for filling our survey. Would you like to participate in our draw? Leave us your email address".
Jan
29
comment Does a text editor on a dark interface need to use a black page?
Thanks for your answer. About the other programs using a white page, I meant almost all of the people who will be using the program are very used to word processors, but have hardly used a black page (we are terribly used to, with so much coding).
Jan
23
comment Best way to add extra information to a log table?
Great answer, just one tiny tiny thing in the last image: If you align the pages vertically and make them the same size, it looks like the input and output are entering/leaving from the same place
Jan
23
comment What makes a great user experience portfolio?
I recommend you check these: ux.stackexchange.com/questions/31055/how-to-showcase-ux-work , ux.stackexchange.com/questions/15579/… , ux.stackexchange.com/questions/4662/… among others