I’ve recently been in the discussion of which is better Cancel/OK, OK/Cancel or Yes/No. So I did some digging to see if I could find any sources that have already done some research on it. It’s not an easy answer because a lot of people disagree as to the answer. But I think it’s a terrible answer to say “there is no right answer.” So lets try to break it down and get a reasonable non-nihilistic answer.
Nielson Norman Group cites that there are two arguments for the order.
First being that OK should be first due to natural reading order. Also if your user is keyboard driven, well it is obvious you want OK first since it is used more often. 
been hoarding this hack for a while, thought I would finally take time to share it. It’s really easy, just save following file as 00globals.jsx and place it in: easy peasy. As always, BACK YOUR SH*T UP <3 It’s not my fault if everything ever breaks, I’m just a lowly wanna-be hacker. It works for me, but this […]
So about a year ago I made an app for when I really need to concentrate on tough problems. There are times when music will have me too entranced to focus on a certain problem and I only need ambient sound/light. This is the result, I thought I would share. enjoy. hellowoo.com/thesound left side controls […]
A comprehensive list of tools for data visualization. Some of these examples are credited to the book Interactive data visualization, so much props to them for sharing! I will post some unique visualizations to each framework.
In it for the speed
here are fast tools to visualize fast:
One thing I wish it was better at was making an array of objects based on selection. Here is a script I wrote to automatically do it for you. You can use move and transform but it involves a lot of math and isn’t very fast. This is a more efficient way of doing so.