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That question has since been deleted so can only be viewed by users with +10k rep on StackOverflow. I am not such a user, however looking at the title of it: What are some funny loading statements to keep users amused I would say that no, it's not suited to UX StackExchange. Or any Stack site really. 'What are some' questions, just like "Can I have ...


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The asker might be better off asking a more specific question here. As dnbrv mentions that question wouldn't be a good fit here, but maybe something along the lines of: "What considerations are there when designing content for those in highly technical fields?" or "How do I structure a website to best serve academic users?" Even those examples are ...


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Logically? The migration path makes sense. Graphic Design and User Experience are pretty easy to intertwine. The scopes are pretty adjacent. However, we pick our migration paths based on usage statistics. In the last 90 days, there've been 23 migrations from this site to Graphic Design, of which 21% were rejected. The all-time count for migration is 68 ...


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I say do it! Graphic Design has always been an obvious choice for migration.


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It would be a bad question here either. We don't accept requests for examples. And "best" is ambiguous since there isn't a standard.


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Highly support this, and would also support a recommended migration destination for StackOverflow, since we do get a number of "how do I do X?" questions that are more relevant to a programmer audience.


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