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Is having a free area on an eCommerce site a good idea?

Will providing free offers (articles, guides, links) on an eCommerce site help sales? Free offers seem like a good idea on websites that provide services as the free stuff can help drive the customer ...
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CMS Article intro text list with read more link

I have a list of articles and on the front end I want to display the title, content and then a read more link. The content can be long, so I want to show only the first portion of content in the list, ...
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Are there standard metrics to gauge content quality?

One aspect of user experience in a software application or website is the quality of the content presented to the user. It probably comes as no surprise that if the quality of the content is low/poor, ...
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«English version» or «English»?

If you want to switch to english, for me, the label with only «English» is good, but I think that giving context is better: «English version». What do you think? I have only two languages and I have ...
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Relationship between font size and content's perceived length

My site has long form content. I need to understand if having a large font size, though it helps in readability, may lead to perception that content is longer than it is thereby making less people ...
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How could I better layout a list of 200+ members?

I'm looking for suggestions on how I can lay out this long list of members. Just for some extra context, when you select a person's name an overlay will appear with their information along with a ...
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Show to users there's content below

I've been designing a website for one of my clients and I have a cover image on the landing screen. It's basically a 100vh + 100vw image. I wanted to know what is a good way to show the users that ...
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Overuse of JQuery animation; hiding text behind (animated) headers - how to make a case against it?

A client I'm working with wants to implement a "peekaboo" block where information is revealed when a client rolls over headers, (basically an image-block JQuery accordion) as shown here: (in the ...
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What content is considered off-putting, “scammy”, or users don't care about for a website?

I've been recently told that users don't care about certain information or find the website (consequently, the company) suspicious or questionable when the following info are stated: Number of ...
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How to show up heavy content on webpage

First I will introduce myself by saying that I am not a web designer and non native speaker of English, so I apologize in advance for my bad designing explanation and English. Actually, I am ...
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Why at some web are pages always from 1,2,3 … for newest messages?

When I visit some pages, they have newest items first; page 1 has always the newest items. Some examples are imdb boards and icanhascheezburger. I think this is case of top posting, because messages ...
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two different admin sections inside the same site?

If you have a site with two separate content sections, and then a third section for Admin tasks, would you find it confusing if the one of the content sections had its own Admin section apart from ...
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Sign in page: Using a combination of first person and second person

I've noticed on many sign in pages that it's quite common to use a combinaton of first person and second person, for example Facebook uses 'Keep me logged in' which is first person, as well as 'Forgot ...
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How to maintain view-port in a page where data is dynamically coming from top

Its a long list in a web page, where all errors are dynamically coming as per the Load test run. Suppose there are 5 errors in one page and my focus is on the 2nd. As I am reading 2, the page ...
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Displaying a list of items in a neat and readable way [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: When displaying statistics to a user, is it better to bold the data or the label? I often have to display 2 column lists like this - Name: Bob Age: 30 Shoes: ...
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How to best display a lot of information or data on a single webpage?

Are there any "rules" or recommendations in UX Design for displaying a lot of data on a webpage? Or how to select the most needed information to display data?
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Using 2 tabs on a page: one for filter, and one for content

I might be trying to do too much on a single page, but I have a page where I need to filter courses, and generate a schedule. On the Filters tab: use 'Filters' (in the sidebar) to filter a set of ...
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Should we ask browsers to open a link in a new window/tab?

In the past five years more and more people have been advocating abolishing the use of target="_blank". They reason that when people want to open a link in a separate instance they will do so manually ...
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Listing Articles and Videos together

On the landing screen of an App, we have content separated into two tabs, News / Videos. I am trying to see if it makes more sense to have News Articles and Videos presented together, using icons to ...
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Can providing articles on security improve the perception users have of the security of a website?

I also know many who turns off scripting (JavaScript) from running on their system and won't open any website without HTTPS or any security protocol. Whenever I read about Facebook updating its ...
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What should be considered when launching a Wikipedia-esque site to make it as useful as possible?

What should one consider to increase usability in general when launching a wikipedia-esque site? Is there any specific kind of Wikipedia portal that is more user-friendly than others? How should ...
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Adjusting website content according to searched query from Google / external search engine

I heard that it's possible to customize a website content according to the search query the user has entered before accessing the site through external search results page. It seems like a very smart ...
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What is the psychology behind newspaper content on websites (and in general)?

Why are newspaper websites laid out the way they are ? Is it because they need to display as much content as possible, sparking interest in every article (see nytimes.com) ? Or is there something ...
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Term that describes saving & unsaving content to an offline/online only state?

Would "save" and "unsave" make sense for the user to clearly make a piece of content in an app available for offline viewing? (Potentially the use of a star alone will be used instead of a word but ...
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Is there research into how the UI of content input (email, tweets etc) affects the actual content created and how can you improve it?

On the project I'm working on (Q&A platform), we're trying to get users to spend more time on their answers. We want to encourage longer form helpful replies, rather then spur of the moment short ...
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What is the general best practice for bolding keywords in content?

For example: In a product description in a store, what are the best practices for bolding a product name that appears in the product description? In a Blog, should you bold keywords for SEO, ...
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Do you use the word “please” on your website? [duplicate]

We are developing a new product/website and one of our product managers said we should never use the word "please" either on our website or in our transactional emails. Personally, I disagree. We ...
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Structuring data on a blog/website

I've been doing web development for quite some time now but so far I've only been taking care of the coding/integration part. I'm just starting to work on websites from scratch and I'm having an issue ...
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Sliders/Carousels vs. Scrolling

I'm trying to figure out the value of an image carousel vs. scrolling for a portfolio site. Obviously because it is a portfolio the images are the main content and at first glance displaying them in a ...
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Priniciples regarding the effectiveness of rotating vs static content

We have a request from a C-Level manager to place specific piece of content top center on our intranet homepage permanently. The approved art is 500 x 176px on a fixed 1,000px layout. My concern is ...
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Is extra (offtopic) content on the website considered welcome or annoying? [closed]

I'll talk about my specific case (problem), but I suppose the same answer can be applied to anything similar. Also, I'm trying to focus on first impressions, since it's fairly new site, and still ...
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Should some content be removed from the mobile version of a website?

Should I permanently remove some content from a mobile version of a site (meaning it can't be accessed in any way from the mobile version) or should the content be only hidden (it's not shown but ...
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Google SERP: What's the relevance to have “Time in seconds” displayed on SERP?

Whats the relevance to have the query time, e.g. "0.26 seconds" or the count of the result set, e.g. "About 8,96,000 results" on Google Search Engine Results Pages (SERP)? Does this anyway help users ...
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Is parent / child understandable?

I'm just looking for some quick feedback on terminology. I am looking into adding a new facet to a search site that I'm working on, which would show hierarchies for items on the site - these may be ...
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Who/how/when is content handles in a (less than ideal) UX workflow?

In the several corporate UX settings I've been a part of, once consistent pain-point is content. A bit reason for that is that rarely do I see dedicated technical and copy writers on staff who are ...
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The Balance of Content vs. Navigation on Content Pages

Often we reason with start pages, and landing pages when it comes to User Experience design. What to put there and what not to. But my question regards content pages, and how much of the available ...
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What are some good methods for displaying large amounts of text?

I have a lot of text for the website and all of them are important. I cant cut down the text much. Then, is there any better way to represents those text? The contents include some bullet points ...
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Best way to organize multi-person content audit?

I have a full content audit of my company's website from 5 team members - all done in Excel. Website is about 80 pages of content. Excel sheet as about 5 different columns of data points I wanted ...
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Breaking down tedious processes

I wonder what are some good sample ways for breaking down tedious processes, e.g., creation of long content. Most sites present long forms - for example, eBay presents one long form for the details of ...
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How many people should participate in a content audit?

We're the in the early stages of a complete redesign of our corporate website. Content audit is first, and I started putting together a plan. My question: how many (and what are the job titles) ...
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The implications of showing the same content to different types of users but still making them believe it is specific to their needs?

Let me try to elaborate a bit more about my question: Some websites, like financial institutions, target a large audience. They divide their business users into multiple segments(e.g.: corporations, ...
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Is important for users to show how many shares/likes a post have?

We all know that shares and likes metrics matter, at least for the developing and marketing teams. but is this important for users? Would it be better to have a simpler and clearer design for a blog ...
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Is animation in slide presentation distracting from the content?

Me and my partner are creating a pitch deck that will be used to present o investors for less than 10 minutes. We follow the rule of thumb of having a smart presenter and dumb slides. But, my ...
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When you take on an existing site how much should keep all content / function?

We have been battling a little with our own conscious and some client expectations on quote and then build of sites that have existed for 4-10 years already. How much when you take on a project ...
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How to solve a space/content conflict in a paper form

Imagine a form that tradespeople use to manage safety on worksites. The form helps the worker identify potential safety hazards and suggests techniques for minimising risk. It also guides the worker ...
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What content to put on parent page when it exists only for the subpages [duplicate]

On tree structure website there's always the problem of what contents to put in the parent page, you know, the page that exists only as a point to subpages to attach. Write some general descriptive ...
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Are there any benefits to using a slideshow for content

I don't often go to answers.com, but when I do, I just really wonder... why are their answers presented in a slideshow format? Here is an example of one such question. What I'd like to know is if ...
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Regional differences in online reading habits?

I’m working on a corporate website for a global brand, and today I was thrown quite an interesting question that has stirred my curiosity… The brand needs to create separate content pages for each ...
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Software product page that references multiple download locations consolidate into one button or provide separate buttons

With Software needing to be made available in many kinds of stores or download locations. When developing a product page, which offers a better user experience for obtaining the software product: 1. ...
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Is it good to offer the same navigation choices in the main content area as in the navigation?

In order to offer the user new choices, I often show the same links in the main content are that are also available in the left-hand navigation tree. It looks more or less like this: NAVIGATION ...