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When should you trim input?

I am intern learning tons about the industry outside of academia. One thing I thought about today was trimming input. On one side of the coin I don't want the user/implementer to constantly ...
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3answers
210 views

Should I force users to update an application?

I'm writing an application for a medium sized company that will be used by about 90% of our employees and our clients. In planning for the future we decided to add functionality that will verify that ...
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3answers
163 views

Overloading interface buttons, what are the best practices?

Imagine you'll have always a button labeled "Continue" in the same position in your app's GUI. Would you rather make a single button instance that takes different actions depending on the current ...
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How to deal with designers? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do you handle a graphic designer who thinks he's a web designer? As a mobile/web developer in my company, I deal a lot with designers (i.e. Adobe suite ...
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2answers
214 views

What kind of documentation should UX designers provide to the developer?

It would be interesting to hear what is used besides sketches from UX engineers during development of a GUI. Unfortunately our UX team provides just a minimum of requirements for GUI screens. I ...
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264 views

How much web-design work should a web programmer commit?

I'm creating a website for a friend of mine, and the plan is to eventually solicit outside sources to take care of the overall design. So it's got me wondering, how much design should I be covering ...
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833 views

Should I represent the Database in my use cases?

I am creating use cases for my web application and I was wondering if a representation of the DB should be listed as an actor. For example a user can check his profile and edit it (assuming that he is ...