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Mike L

Mike L

Joined over 5 years ago

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  • 52 comments
  • 23 upvotes
  • Posted to I redesigned Wikipedia to be more readable, let me know what you think!, Aug 12, 2019

    Maybe it's just because I'm used to the old way, but putting the TOC in the sidebar causes me to ignore it. But also, my eyes can't just go straight down -- they're now also jumping side-to-side.

    I agree with simplifying the navigation links for what most people need. Overall, I think the old way is a better experience, however, because I use the TOC a lot.

    3 points
  • Posted to Making our own emoji, Jul 13, 2017

    It should be part of iMessage settings that you can customize the person emojis in ways that more match your own face, similar to what you can do with a Mii on the Wii or I'm sure a million other systems (I'm not a gamer). Shape, glasses, hair color, etc -- set once and have that be the default. Not just choice of skin color, though that was a welcome move.

    2 points
  • Posted to Redditors design worst volume sliders possible, Jun 08, 2017

    Ha, I love this suggestion from one of the Reddit threads: "Random number generator. You click until you get a volume you like." For volume in particular, that would have hilariously obnoxious results.

    0 points
  • Posted to Dear Article One — Easy civic engagement, in reply to Alec Winograd , Jan 14, 2017

    I definitely appreciate that answer, but my question was a bit different. Wasn't asking about phone calls. I was curious if they told you anything about emails versus physical mail.

    0 points
  • Posted to Dear Article One — Easy civic engagement, in reply to Quintin Carlson , Jan 13, 2017

    Have you reached out to congressional staffers about this to ask whether they care whether they receive a message by email/fax versus physical mail?

    Very easy-to-use website, by the way.

    0 points
  • Posted to Conversational Form - turning web forms into conversations, in reply to Cristian Moisei , Nov 28, 2016

    I think it's a less efficient way to enter information. But I think it'd be worth testing whether it made people more motivated to fill out a form they otherwise might not, for cases where that's important.

    1 point
  • Posted to Conversational Form - turning web forms into conversations, Nov 28, 2016

    Very cool! I'd like to see them add a logic tree of "if they select DESIGNER, then start asking THESE questions. If they select DEVELOPER,..." etc.

    2 points
  • Posted to Marc Hemeon — How to make a logo, for free, in about 5 minutes, Oct 25, 2016

    I'll send this next time a friend or family member asks for logo help, since I don't always have time to take on another (free) project. Very useful.

    2 points
  • Posted to AMA: I'm Pablo Stanley, designer, comic writer, and quesadilla lover, in reply to Pablo Stanley , Oct 20, 2016

    Ha, no, sorry, I've eaten plenty. I'm asking whether you CONSIDER it to be a sandwich. I know what they are! Question was a play on the common AMA question of "is a hot dog a sandwich."

    Though sounds like you'd say, only counts as a sandwich if enough stuff is inside of it?

    0 points
  • Posted to AMA: I'm Pablo Stanley, designer, comic writer, and quesadilla lover, Oct 19, 2016

    Is a quesadilla a sandwich?

    4 points
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