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Twitter - After you change your password, the system reminds you how many apps have access to your account and lets you review them.
/via Rolando Murillo

littlebigdetails:

Twitter - After you change your password, the system reminds you how many apps have access to your account and lets you review them.

/via Rolando Murillo

I’m sorry, which components did you want me to install?

I’m sorry, which components did you want me to install?

Can someone please explain this to me? Why would I want to send an update to someone I deleted from the invitation? Why are my only options “Yes” and “No?”

Can someone please explain this to me? Why would I want to send an update to someone I deleted from the invitation? Why are my only options “Yes” and “No?”

The crazy calendar date picker thing strikes again! This one is set to default to 1980, which is closer to my birth year than 1996, but this one forces you to use a calendar to pick the birth day. The only cool thing about this is that I know I was born on a Saturday now.  

The crazy calendar date picker thing strikes again! This one is set to default to 1980, which is closer to my birth year than 1996, but this one forces you to use a calendar to pick the birth day. The only cool thing about this is that I know I was born on a Saturday now.  

I was signing up for a service yesterday, I can’t even remember what it was at this point. I was just going through the motions, pretty typical form stuff, right? I used Chrome’s handy dandy autofill thingy which means I was on total autopilot. That is, until I was ripped from the standard form experience when trying to enter my birthdate. Who defaults to 1996? And more importantly, how did defaulting to 1996 get by QA? I can’t imagine anyone filling out this form, seeing the default birth year set at 1996 and giving it two thumbs up - “Yup, good! Deploy deploy deploy!”

Note to self: go back and fix job title when you remember what service this was for. 

I was signing up for a service yesterday, I can’t even remember what it was at this point. I was just going through the motions, pretty typical form stuff, right? I used Chrome’s handy dandy autofill thingy which means I was on total autopilot. That is, until I was ripped from the standard form experience when trying to enter my birthdate. Who defaults to 1996? And more importantly, how did defaulting to 1996 get by QA? I can’t imagine anyone filling out this form, seeing the default birth year set at 1996 and giving it two thumbs up - “Yup, good! Deploy deploy deploy!”

Note to self: go back and fix job title when you remember what service this was for. 

Without looking at the submit button, I feel like I’m on the Login page. I noticed that cloud makes the active state of the page appear inactive and vice versa several places within their app. It actually caused me to overlook the upload button until someone pointed it out to me.

Without looking at the submit button, I feel like I’m on the Login page. I noticed that cloud makes the active state of the page appear inactive and vice versa several places within their app. It actually caused me to overlook the upload button until someone pointed it out to me.

Oh Marta, please have someone QA your site. It’s sorta important.

Oh Marta, please have someone QA your site. It’s sorta important.

People: I know you want to be “connected” to your consumers, but sometimes, you have a product that just isn’t “social.” One of the most common things we see in usability testing is that social networking is almost always irrelevant to the users’ goals. This particular site would probably be a great one to be connected with, however, this is a bit overkill.

People: I know you want to be “connected” to your consumers, but sometimes, you have a product that just isn’t “social.” One of the most common things we see in usability testing is that social networking is almost always irrelevant to the users’ goals. This particular site would probably be a great one to be connected with, however, this is a bit overkill.

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Etsy.com has an interesting way of displaying search refinements.

Etsy.com has an interesting way of displaying search refinements.