Pit Kong

Pit Kong

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  • Posted to How I (A Designer) finally learned Rails, Dec 22, 2014

    What I'd like to know is why he chose Rails over another language, say Python for example.

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  • Posted to Top of webpage has 20% lower view rate then slightly farther down, in reply to Gabriel Brodersen , Jul 19, 2014

    I don't know why you're being downvoted, but I agree with you. For pages that I know will be long articles, I tend to scroll immediately downwards to glance at the first sentences of the first couple of paragraphs. This helps me decide if I want to invest the time in reading the article entirely.

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  • Posted to Designers: Don't cover what I'm looking at!, in reply to Aaron Grando , Jul 19, 2014

    The cognitive load you speak of isn't necessary bad though. In the article's example, there may be a pause in the user after the hover-over but that's because additional (useful) information is being presented.

    I agree with your second point though I think it's very minor to have your cursor activate a hover-over effect when scrolling. When this happens to me, and it very rarely does, I just move my cursor. It's not something that bothers me personally.

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