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I know the conventional wisdom is to take the debt and go with the prestigious law school. However, I have already had a career and taking on a lot of debt for a second career doesn't appeal to me.
I did go to GSU for undergrad. Then Emory for my masters. Looking to attend GSU due to cost and location :) Unless Emory gives me money, in which case I would of course consider changing my mind.
Go, open source! I'd be eitnrested, especially in learning about how Zotero is special (or even just about its many features). This could also be part of the Show & Tell/My Favorite Tools conversations, I suspect.And it will be good to see you again, Jason it's been TOO long! Congrats on your book being almost done.
Justin Mifsud November 8th, 2011 2:53 pm It’s ok Caroline,First of all, many thanks for your cmoemnts. It is indeed a great honor to talk to you. I have read your book and I have learnt a great deal from it. I totally recommend it as a must-have for anyone who’s serious about usability and user experience.Secondly, thanks providing the link to your presentation. I will definitely have a look at it and give you my feedback.As for putting the labels inside textboxes, in my opinion they are not usable at all. Yes they are very popular, and yes they do look nice. The reason why I find them not usable is that once the user clicks on the textbox, the label disappears and thus the user cannot double check that what he/she has written is indeed what was meant to be written. Another thing is that when users see something written inside a textbox, they may assume that it has already been filled in and may hence ignore it. Some implementations of this technique actually require the user to delete the label before filling them in – something which makes it even worse from a usability perspective. Well, obviously these are my own personal views.Cheers and nice speaking to you,Justin
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Janko June 23rd, 2009 10:47 pm @Marty #27: having the rerqiued field marker at the start of the label might make users of browsers harder to scan forms. However I agree that it should be used carefully and try avoid clutter.@Yann #31: Can you give same explanation on why you think that subscription plans could not be called design pattern? Regarding breadcrumbs, I described it as path to the current page location in the site's hierarchy and path from the front page of the site to the current location of the users, but it is not the same as path users have taken to their current location as you mentioned. @Dr. Girlfriend #32: Thanks for the long comment, I appreciate your efforts! Let me give you my thoughts on those:#2: I'm fine with progressive disclosure in this context, although show all link or something like that would help.#4: If I understood your example correctly, you had the problem with validation. The purpose of clear primary actions is to emphasize POST button in comparing to let's say Cancel or Reset .#7 I think that in the example in this article they used marker properly on fields for confirmation for email and password. If they omitted marker there some users might think those are not mandatory. Clutter is a problem, though, and therefore should be used carefully.#9 You might like their name or not but Wufoo has nice example of Subscription plans :)#10 I think that using any of these or other patterns won't cover bad design :) However using hover controls might cause problems for alternative devices, that's true.I appreciate all of your comments.
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