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Mobile User Experience Designer


May
7
asked How can I make this footer “more corporate”?
May
1
answered How do you break out of current creative mind sets?
May
1
comment How do you break out of current creative mind sets?
Last weekend I flew into New York for Disrupt NY and that completely kicked up my creativity. I have found that even a road trip or walking to a new coffee shop, browsing random used books, drawing ridiculous creatures helps me to break out of creative blocks.
Apr
27
comment For the main image on the landing page, can a dark contrasting background help increase conversion?
Ok I will try the "blurring the edges into a color fitting the image"
Apr
27
comment For the main image on the landing page, can a dark contrasting background help increase conversion?
@Scott- So I am wondering perhaps how to rephrase this. My intent was to get the graphics to look better. I guess the part where I discuss conversion makes it more UX, but the question still centers around the execution of the graphics.
Apr
26
asked For the main image on the landing page, can a dark contrasting background help increase conversion?
Apr
25
awarded  Editor
Apr
25
revised How can I make these links more obvious to click on?
added 180 characters in body
Apr
25
accepted Should fonts always be very “formal” on a legal page?
Apr
25
comment Should fonts always be very “formal” on a legal page?
I just input the copy that they gave me, but I agree that the copy is more casual than my fonts lol.
Apr
24
asked Should fonts always be very “formal” on a legal page?
Apr
24
accepted How can I make these links more obvious to click on?
Apr
24
comment How can I make these links more obvious to click on?
Good points, the reason that I did not make dropdowns is because of how this page transforms with responsive design. But you do bring up a good point, on how we might be addressing an engineering issue (responsive) and then end up hurting what the user experience by not using what they are used to. The full page does have the menu at the top, this was secondary navigation, which was supposed to be convenient (not as much as I anticipated). OK good point about the icons.
Apr
24
asked How can I make these links more obvious to click on?
Jan
30
accepted How can you get decorative dots or dashes between links in the sitemap hierarchy, using either CSS or images?
Jan
30
comment How can you get decorative dots or dashes between links in the sitemap hierarchy, using either CSS or images?
Yes, thanks. the image of the code was the beginning as the sub-lists were expanded. So your question answers the html structure. Now I just need to finish working on the CSS to select the corresponding items based on first-of-type and last-of-type because they will not have the same images.
Jan
30
awarded  Commentator
Jan
30
asked How can you get decorative dots or dashes between links in the sitemap hierarchy, using either CSS or images?
Jan
3
comment In Dreamweaver (or HTML and CSS in general) how can you style the ® Registered mark to be smaller and floating upwards?
Ended up wrapping the &#174; with a <sup> tag using a modified CSS class of sup { vertical-align: text-top; font-size:0.7em; }
Jan
2
comment In Dreamweaver (or HTML and CSS in general) how can you style the ® Registered mark to be smaller and floating upwards?
@Johannes oh I see what you mean now about styling the <sup> instead of assigning a class, yes that left a much leaner document.