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  • Posted to Ask DN: Are there good alternatives to Dribbble?, Oct 25, 2015

    Forrst turned into some other site, the developers pretty much lost the entire community by putting it behind a long-lasting 'private' sign-in. The project looks dead now.

    1 point
  • Posted to New design podcast: Layout, in reply to Chris Castillo , Oct 18, 2015

    Replace 'like' with 'um' and you'll sound like a genius...

    Anyway I thought it was pretty good for a first episode. You guys will get good overtime I'm sure. And you actually put show notes which is great.

    Do you plan on talking about web development or is it strictly design stuff?

    0 points
  • Posted to Why acknowledging sexism (even inadvertent sexism) is important, in reply to Nancy Tsang , Oct 10, 2015

    Some of them are definitely ignorant, and some are pretty funny. Almost all of them are opinions which are just as valid as yours.

    2 points
  • Posted to Adobe Project Comet, in reply to Paul Lapkin , Oct 05, 2015

    Weird how two tools that accomplish similar tasks have similar UI!

    15 points
  • Posted to A look inside design at Facebook, in reply to Milan Hawkins , Sep 21, 2015

    Better than working from my apartment jerking my dick twice a day.

    17 points
  • Posted to Show DN:, in reply to Eli Slade , Sep 17, 2015

    It's a nice idea in theory, not in practice.

    0 points
  • Posted to I got a few domains related to Apple, what to do with them?, in reply to Dan DiGangi , Sep 13, 2015

    Great world we live in

    9 points
  • Posted to If you see them misquoting Steve Jobs, they blew it., in reply to Marcel Wichmann , Sep 09, 2015


    1 point
  • Posted to Why the Confirm Password Field Must Die, Sep 08, 2015

    Further Considerations:

    • Filling forms should be keyboard friendly.I would argue that re-typing my password is easier than reaching to my mouse and clicking a 'reveal password' icon.

    • Browsers have begun to implement this behavior, specifically in IE11.

    • If the implementation is handled by the site's developer, he or she must ensure the 'revealed' input is set to type="password" before submitting the form. Browsers may handle 'text' and 'password' inputs differently (in the case of saving user's credentials, for example).

    3 points
  • Posted to Plenty of Fish Redesign to Boost Conversions, in reply to Sean Lester , Sep 08, 2015

    Just an FYI, Plenty of Fish has very skilled A/B testers. They host A/B testing talks in my city. I would be very surprised if they have not tested the hell out of their signup page already.

    Likely you are seeing what you're seeing because they've quantified that it returns the highest conversions.

    1 point
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