The people who created Stack Overflow have started a UX Q&A site at ux.stackexchange.com. The site needs more good questions and answers,1 so if you haven’t already, please head over there and participate.

  1. Of course, the correct answer to many of the questions should be «it depends; you should run a usability test and/or do multivariate tests and/or do some card sorts and/or do some other test to figure out what works best in your particular situation. In fact, just buy this book.» ↩︎

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