For my application, I will present the user with a message or quote from a famous person on the completion of a game.
Would this requirement be functional or non-functional?
Maybe this question belongs to some other place such as Academia SE, but I am interested in the specific case of the field of mathematics, so please forgive me.
I am writing my first research presentation in mathematics, and I will use a slide format such as Powerpoint or Google Slides. Right now I was trying to make use of some add-ons on Google Slides, and it works okay, and looking okay at least to me. But when I see some other mathematician’s presentation, I can clearly see that they did not use TeX add-ons and share some standard style. So my questions are:
Thank you in advance.
How many times is a medium to high wireframe typically iterated upon after presenting?
More than a question it is a nice discussion to have.
I am in graphic designing from 6 years and being a Visual Designer from last 1 year.
There is a lot I see going through when we talk about iterations and rework with the clients.
I have observed two things majorily so far.
In context of Graphic Design, initial 3 years were associated with number of iterations, the latter were reduced to almost 0.
In context of Visual Design, rework occured most of the times because of two major aspects.
This worked for me surprisingly.
PS: All these are in timeline bound projects and not the flexible ones.
Also, comment your experience
As a SaaS startup owner and only person in your business, when you interact with customers on your website/forums, is it advisable to refer to yourself as “We” instead of “I” despite being only one person? The reason I am thinking about this is, if I use “I” customers could lose trust in my abilities as a single person to care for their concerns. So I personally would like to use “We” in order to appear more competent and able, but obviously that could be regarded as dishonest/deceiving.
First of all I would propose looking at the sequence of your users. Does he need to read all three (or more) of the panels to make a decision? If so, wouldn’t it be more practical for it to be expanded all the time? I can imagine having to expand every item and reading through it carefully can be a pain.
If it isn’t then I would say look at the flow of the user again. His goal is to select a list. This is (in your case) done by a radio button (which I take you really want to use for this). So I would have this presented first (as in version A). I don’t think that presenting the collapsing triangle right afterwards is the solution you’re looking for, since it would suggest that the radio button is not linked to the label of a selection. I suggest moving the arrow/triangle to the right side of the label.
This way you have a radio button that clearly correspondents with the label and a collapsible panel that comes out of the label.
What I can imagine to work as well, is to move the radio button all the way to the right of the screen and have the triangle/arrow on the left side of the list.
In a tennis match, each game has the possible Love, 15, 30, 40 or Advantage scores. This could be modeled as a dictionary
[0: "Love", 1: "15", 2: "30", 3: "40", 4: "Advantage"] or the type cases listed. In the situation where both players win six games however, the next game is a tiebreaker where the points are simply scored as 0, 1, 2, etc. where the first to 7 with a margin of 2 wins the match. What would be a good approach to take both into account in scoring?
How do I darken the navigation bar when presenting slides with Google Slides?
For example, in the following screenshot, I want the white navigation bar on the right to be visible to be dark:
I tried to use the Navigation Bar app to darken the navigation bar: it works until I open Google Slides, making the navigation bar white again.
I am using Android 9 with Samsung Galaxy S9.
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