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How can I check if my user interface is suited for colorblind people?
9 votes

There's a tool for that: http://michelf.com/projects/sim-daltonism/ As a safe approach, I would use high contrast colours that match the WCAG colour contrast formula. Someone made an online tool ...

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UI Drop Down Alternative(s)
5 votes

If the dropdown is your choice, why not try a enhanced version that offers more flexibility? As an example, consider checking http://harvesthq.github.com/chosen You can see that the dropdown adds ...

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How can I indicate that my application is multi-touch enabled?
3 votes

"Touch to start" explicit message could be a starting point. Consider also the use of a more visual language by adding icon similar to : http://gestureworks.com/features/open-source-gestures/

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Is it a good idea to put the word "or" between buttons on a screen
3 votes

It depends on the format and on the conventions that your application uses. If you use a colloquial labeling convention eg: "What is your name?" instead of "Name:" I think it's fine to put an OR ...

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Why don't most elevator panels let you unselect?
1 votes

Im some elevators there's a "Stop" button. This button is usually marked with a red colour and placed nearby the alarm/emergency button. If you press the button you can freeze the elevator and ...

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What is a good user interface for managing real-time events?
1 votes

If you are researching for a web-app, I strongly recommend you to check the various realtime Stats/Analytics platform. Google recently introduced real-time stats in Analytics and there are many apps ...

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