JonW

England, United Kingdom

jon-walmsley.com

Working in UX / Information Architect role in Hampshire, UK.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/UXJon

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comment Where is the best place to put a feedback button on mobile site?
Your question was edited because it was very brief and didn't have any detail. You're welcome to edit it again yourself, but if this edit isn't relevant then please amend it yourself to include more detail.
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answered Who voted and viewed my profile
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comment Alternative to Check Boxes on Mobile
Can we get more details here? Is this for one-off buttons? Lists of selections? What is the use-case you have in mind here?
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comment What to do if a question is crossposted from a non-StackExchange website?
@Servy That may well be true, but there is a logical distinction between wondering the same thing that someone else once did, and stealing someone else's knowledge and representing it as your own. Two different questions, but maybe with related answers.
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comment What to do if a question is crossposted from a non-StackExchange website?
Voting to re-open. Copying a question from somewhere is different to copying an answer.
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comment why there is no country name in google page in USA?
This isn't a question we can answer. If you want to know why one company have chosen to do something (or not do something) then the only way you can get an answer is to contact them. Posting here will only result in speculation, not answers.
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awarded Necromancer
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comment Looking for a UX design analogy
I have no idea why this pic became so popular. It is totally incorrect. UX isn't about bypassing design at all. It's just an example of poor planning, nothing to do with UX / design. It's more of an analogy for hacking than UX.
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comment Is there an intuitive way of creating Boolean rules without requiring knowledge of Boolean logic?
This isn't really what this site is for. We're not a free UX Consultancy service; we're here to provide explicit answer to specific UX questions.
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awarded Popular Question
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awarded Yearling
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revised What is the gender implied by this infographic person
Added icon being referred to (it is public domain so no problem using it here).
May
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revised Presenting both information and validation errors in the same form?
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comment Reviews or features - what's more important for product page?
Who told you to change it?
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awarded Nice Question
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reviewed Close Looking for UX recommendation for a mobile app (Android) screen
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reviewed Close Are there any wireframing/protyping tools that generate production ready HTML?
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comment How to display a large quantity of (read-only) fields?
@rewobs The information is purely for users wishing to see all the account details that we have on file for them. They cannot manipulate it, it is read-only.
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awarded Nice Question
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comment How to display a large quantity of (read-only) fields?
I considered accordions, but that has too many drawbacks really. Firstly, it hides all the information - which is bad because the user already clicked the 'show me all my details' option. Secondly, you have to click to get to that page and then click multiple expanders in order to open up all the info to read. It's a solution that probably looks better visually, but will be a PITA if you have to keep returning to it to use it.
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