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For much of the history of computers, the focus has lain with the functionality of computers. It was about getting the job done. Very little consideration was given to how users feel while getting the job done. This makes a lot of sense when we consider that computers were always intended to be tools. A… continue reading

I’m sure you’ve seen them before, these mindbreaking questions you need to answer or decipher just to comment on an article. After 5 try-outs the horrible thing finally agrees to what you’ve typed down. As a webmaster you don’t want to spend too much time deciding whether the comment was made by a automated bot… continue reading

When I want to subscribe myself for a newsletter, website, online application or want to sign in, I need to put in my password. This is the easiest way to protect websites/applications and it works, but what I really don’t understand is why passwords appear as dots in the textfield.   To me this is… continue reading

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