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Mixing AND and OR filters — how to make it more clear and less confusing? [duplicate]

I am working on the Hotel Search App (33hotels.com), where I let the user filter Hotels by facilities. Most filters are "AND-filters" but some have to be "OR". For instance, someone may want "wifi" ...
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1answer
180 views

The best way to arrange buttons for a complex calculator UI?

I am creating a Physics calculator UI as part of a science project. It involves calculating a lot of values, from a given two or three values by the student. I have handled the coding part, and what ...
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5answers
1k views

Upvote / Downvote Button order

I'm currently designing a website for my school, where you can rate images. Under each image, there is a comment button, a share button and the two up- / downvote button. Now I need to place these ...
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3answers
158 views

Buttons for a process with multiple or optional parts/stages/segments

What is/are the best UI practices for a process that has 2+ stages or optional segments? And how does the amount of stages, and the popularity or likely use affect the layout? For example, if I want ...
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1answer
100 views

Buttons in the “tab area” of a page control

Is it OK to put buttons (or a toolbar) in the "tab area" of a page control? In the example above, the number of tabs is fixed. The rationale behind this is to "save space". However. It "feels" ...
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3answers
391 views

Pricing page: single vs multiple call-to-action button with multiple plans (example inside)

What do you think about having single vs multiple call-to-action buttons? When we were brainstorming our pricing page, half of the room was for single and the other half was for multiple. I'm trying ...
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0answers
17 views

Order of Submit/Cancel buttons [duplicate]

We have an arugement on what is better - the submit button on the left of the cancel or the other way around? (the website's language is in or I think that if the eye moves from left to right it ...
4
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1answer
131 views

Fixed form button bars

Recently I've been designing complex multi-page forms for financial institutions and up until now they've been designed with a fixed navigation bar at the bottom of the screen, like so: The forms ...
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3answers
94 views

Using the logo as the About button

This is obviously something that the user doesn't need to see very often, but something that management or sales might have strong opinions about. In a desktop application the user is probably ...
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3answers
116 views

Settings button at the top or bottom of the screen?

If the settings don't need to be changed very often, but need to be very accessible when they need to be, is there any reason for putting them at the top instead of the bottom of the screen (or vice ...
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3answers
118 views

How can I decide whether to use a button or a hyperlink? [duplicate]

I have web page that shows the detail information for a parcel of land. You can do the following things from the page. I included an image with the current setup. return to results show an ...
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2answers
115 views

Studies about button placement to download reports?

Would it be more natural for the user to click under the text area or in a centralized area of actions. In our example at http://www.bruxzir.com/science-bruxzir-zirconia-dental-crown/, we have ...
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5answers
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Best placement for a “Go Back” button: top or bottom?

I know that it is bad practice to use a "Go Back" button (since the browser has such a function) but when it can't be avoided for some reason, is it better to put it on top (similar to how the back ...
4
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2answers
126 views

How to better display metadata about a card?

A Card has the following metadata: Information: Status (ready or not), Stage (one of nine) Actions: Edit, View Statistics, Edit, Delete, Archive I need to display both sides of the card on this ...
2
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4answers
237 views

How should a website handle signup for two types of accounts?

For instance, say a site is for merchants and consumers; people should either sign up as a merchant or a consumer – they require two different forms located on different pages. From the home page, ...
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2answers
314 views

Where to put a global “add item” button?

We're adding a global "Add new X" button to our application (it will show a CRUD form for an activity, the fundamental "thing" in our app). We want it to be clickable from anywhere in the application ...
2
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2answers
206 views

What design should I use to represent multi-touch video controls?

I am creating app for multitouch devices which has big screen (22 inches and more). It would be application for presenting content (mainly video content) to people who would be passed through the room ...
3
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1answer
123 views

Is a layout with '3D' elements easier to parse?

Contemporary web applications favor designs that make heavy use of shadows and gradients to create the effect of 3D elements. One justification for this practice is that 3D effects can be used to ...
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2answers
209 views

How to layout buttons/bars alongside a dynamically sized table?

I have a table of data with a dynamic number of rows. It could have none, one, or a hundreds. The width is fixed across the web page and it has a fixed number of columns: 9. Along with this I ...
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3answers
240 views

Button layout in outliner

I am writing an outliner software. At any state, one of the items in the list is selected, and the software can do the following with respect to the selected item: Prepend a new item (sibling) to ...
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4answers
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Which of the following options best draws attention to the “buy tickets” action without detracting from the surrounding visual hierarchy?

I'm working on touching up (as much as I'm allowed) some of the design elements for a website. One client requirement is to draw more attention to the "buy tickets" link as this action is one that ...
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1answer
263 views

Facebook Like button too intruding? [closed]

Does anybody feel the Facebook Like button is too intruding in ones UI? Like it doesn't fit in, like it's some cheap plastic thing? Have anybody ever used JS or something to make any alternatives ...
5
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1answer
336 views

Price plan table with multiple payment options

I have a pricing plan table with multiple payment options. I'm not sure whether it is best to place the pricing options in a drop-down (and fire off the submit on the "onchange" event) or simply have ...
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5answers
345 views

Button placement while others ones are invisible/disabled

I have a tool bar of buttons. The state changes every time user interact with it (fig. 1). Fig. 1 Sometimes application allows user to refresh view only, so other buttons are invisible (fig. 2). ...
12
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5answers
2k views

Too many tabs - use buttons instead?

We have an admin page in our application that has toomanytab-itus (see the second set of tabs are stacking): I've been tasked with solving this issue. Reorganising/grouping the content to reduce ...
2
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3answers
2k views

A keyboard for developers? [closed]

Being a software developer, the keyboard is the most important tool to interact with the computer. Thus, the layout and placement of buttons is very essential. Especially the grouping of the ...
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11answers
644 views

Separation of play and pause buttons for playing media

I seem to remember reading somewhere that having the play pause actions triggered from a single button that toggles is a bad idea It seems to me that this idiom works well (e.g. pressing space to ...
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23answers
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OK/Cancel on left/right?

Should OK button be on left of Cancel button or vice versa? Are there any studies suggesting either of the solutions?