Application of #geo notes or similar: reminding people to contact people in areas they don't go to often. Potential flow:
laurakalbag they add significant value to conversations, as they provide a recognisable visual indication of who is speaking and where each comment starts/ends. I am inclined against comments, but would recommend having avatars if you do :)
I updated my Web Actions spec/document with better terminology and examples: http://waterpigs.co.uk/articles/web-actions/
Aaron Parecki I wish they would show you which email/number they're calling if you hav multiple. Gives it some context.
sophiedennis I am a member of an excellent musical instrument design group but don’t contribute much due to horrible UI and uninformative emails
Conclusion from photography website UX session: “On the web, there are communities, and then there’s “Community””
Jack Way now you’re just confusing me :( Previous error is due to weird
Accept: headers, no idea what’s causing that one
Aral Balkan impressive, but isn’t that an ergonomic nightmare?
Aral Balkan the other interesting effect I get is an increase in perceived productivity. Closing an app via multitouch instead of physical button seems a more fluid UI
Okay, this morning I’m diving into Web Actions/Activities/Intents. Wish me luck:
Website Owner Tip: Provide helpful contact info.
For example, if you provide a phone number, tell the user when's the best time to call. Perhaps even a bit of client side code that tells the user if now is a good time to call?
With email addresses, how about telling them how long they're likely to wait for a reply?