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User Interface Style Guides: Component Base vs Screen Based

We are in the process of updating some of our creative processes and outputs within our company and one of the items we have been experimenting with is the way we generate our UI Style Guide for the ...
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Examples of online help for hands-on physical hardware components rather than software? [closed]

Almost all online help (OLH) "best practices" and solutions seem designed exclusively for software and assume that the tasks will be performed directly on a computer. Now, what about help for field ...
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Presenting a new design to a client?

It's still a little bit difficult for me to comfortably present a design. It always feels like I'm searching for a structure as the words come out of my mouth. This leads to the presentation coming ...
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How valuable are user journeys?

The last time I mapped out a user journey was during a pitch process. The only reason I did a user journey was to demonstrate to the client how the user would get from point A to B without having to ...
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Updating technical specifications after requirements changed?

We are working on a really large project. After we have created the wireframes and wrote the technical specification we started designing, slicing and programming. Technical specifications were ...
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how to implement a style guide for a team of 2-4

I am reading Lean UX right now, and there is an idea inside I have never read before. It is about style guide. I would like to implement that but with as small a foot print as possible for the ...
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UX and design spec

I am working on a big m-commerce project and trying to apply the principles of lean UX within my team. Unfortunately I am limited by the fact that the development team are not co-located with the ...
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Sitemaps: How do you illustrate drop down menu labels?

When presenting a sitemap for a client and you are using a drop down menu or a mega menu as navigation - how do you illustrate that the menu post that the user would click on to show the links to the ...
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UX style guide techniques

I've recently started a major redesign for a large web-based financial tool. To aid future development, I'm planning on generating a UX style guide that outlines best practices for things like forms, ...
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How do you present tags and other non-hierarchical meta data as a delivery for your client?

It used to be so simple. A web site was always built around a hierarchical structure that made the sitemap fairly easy to visualise. But then came the blogs, the tags and contextual navigation along ...
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How do I represent conditional displays in wireframes?

I am working on a pretty big project. There are many use case scenarios possible for the different user types. I produced deliverables for the client which are essentially persona competition ...
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Adaptative Web Design + UX deliverables

does it make sense to create UX deliverables about wireframing information design, when nowadays we are evolving to adaptive web design, with more than 2 or 3 different layouts for different devices? ...
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Wireframing StoryBoard as an entire UX design specification (deliverables)

From an IA/UX designer perspective, what do you think about HiFi wireframe storyboard for Web applications, instead of a classic deliverables approach? I have read a very good documentation about ...
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Ways to visualise a user journey

I would like some opinions on user journeys and how to present them, specifically to the client. What do you think is the best way to present them and what tools would you use to create them? Do you ...
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Recommendations for storing design documents?

I'm an Interaction Designer working in an Agile environment, and my team members are located across the globe. My challenge is getting the team to move away from making design decisions over email and ...
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Deliverables: Animated Movies - what to do when a clickable wireframe is not enough?

Since I started working for a think tank I am often confronted with the problem that my standard set of deliverables are not sufficient to describe a vision. I often need to highlight the context ...
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When delivering wireframes to a client, what paper size do you output them in?

I'm trying to figure out the best way to present my wireframes to the client as I currently produce them at full resolution (960px width) but end up having them span multiple pages when placed into a ...
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Quoting time and effort for UX research

Edit : I've added a little more detail to the main question here. There are many techniques and practices at our disposal to gain an understanding of the target audiences motivations and needs when ...
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Best practices for interactive prototypes deliverables?

I'm introducing Axure prototypes to a client for the first time. While Axure offers very detailed annotations and specs, I think it's overkill for this project—a scheduling application for internal ...
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What must I put into my portfolio to make it an INTERACTIVE DESIGN portfolio?

If I were to apply for Interactive Design positions, I would certainly include a portfolio. However, coming from a background of Web Design, I don't necessarily have the best ideas on how to ...