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18 Aug 2009 - 11:55am
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Sean Pook
2008

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12 Jan 2004 - 9:08pm
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sandeepblues
2003

Table data entry, dialog win, and widget focus;

If I have a dialog box, with a multi-column table in
it, where the user can enter data directly into each
column, then...

the tab key should move the user from column to the
next column, and maybe, wrapped around, and Enter key
should go to the next row etc. (like a spreadsheet).
Correct?

However, when the user is done entering, a "natural"
instinct after using the keyboard to do data entry, is
to press Tab to hop to the OK button, and press Enter,
instead of using the mouse.

What is a conventional alternative to saying "OK" in
the dialog via keyboard?

Sandeep

10 Feb 2009 - 9:36am
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Albert Banks
2009

Favicon and Apple Bookmark Icon

My company is an interactive agency. For a few years now as a standard
procedure we've created favicons (favicon.ico) for websites we build.
Recently, we have started creating an Apple Bookmark Icon
(customIcon.png) as well.

As an owner of an iPhone I dig the bookmark icon. But in day to day
browsing on a computer I actually use the favicon. In fact all my
browser bookmarks are simply the favicon. It allows me to have more
bookmarks without displaying any text.

30 Apr 2009 - 2:56pm
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7 years ago
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Mark Schraad
2006
3 Mar 2011 - 8:27pm
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bambou
2009

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The event is hosted by The Localization Insitute at Fort Mason, San Franciso, on March 8, 2011.

7 Feb 2008 - 7:39pm
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seigosim
2007

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12 Jun 2012 - 7:16pm
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gnudelman
2009

Android 4.0, Siri and Tangible Future of Voice Search UX

Today, Apple announced a bunch of enhancements to Siri and voice search. How does Siri UX compare with Android 4.0? What’s just around the corner for Voice Search? 

http://www.designcaffeine.com/articles/android-4-0-siri-and-tangible-future-of-voice-search-ux/

17 Jun 2009 - 11:03am
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DrWex
2006

examples of practical research Ph.D programmes

The Media Arts and Sciences program at the MIT Media Lab is where I
got my MS and PhD degrees. The program is highly oriented toward
synthetic (making) rather than analytic (theorizing) degrees. More or
less, if you can't demo it you can't graduate with it.

I'm pretty sure few people would regard what the Lab does as
"practical," though. The practical side-effects are really
unintentional.

Hope that helps,
--Alan

26 Feb 2004 - 4:52pm
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12 years ago
6 replies
sandeepblues
2003

More on re-ordering rows

Unfortunately, where I work, the role of ID and UI
engineer are forced into 1 person: me. Therefore, I
don't have the luxury, authority, or maybe, the
self-discipline to suggest the hard-to-implement
drag-n-drop DHTML design.

I am leaning towards option (b) : The user changes the
order number in a textbox to change the row order, as
opposed to (a): provide up/down buttons and a
selection list.

Here is my reasoning. Please comment.

There are numerous edit pages for this my.yahoo-style
front-end application, that require reordering of
items in a table.

11 Jan 2007 - 10:41am
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Ari
2006

JOB: Sr. Experience Architect - New York, NY

Dotglu is currently seeking candidates for the position of Sr.
Experience Architect.

Dotglu is the Interactive and Direct Marketing Services division of
Kirshenbaum Bond + Partners. We specialize in the development of
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chip brands including: BMW, Panasonic, Diageo, Citibank, Edward Jones,
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