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Best practice to include developer's area inside user's account options

In this concept, normal users see an option for "signing up as developer" then they would receive access to developer's options. the normal way I assume is like this: But I think of some ...
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Multi-selection experience

We have a form that allows a person to indicate a curriculum, level, subject and price, but we're trying to figure out the most intuitive way of doing it. There's a few challenges though: The ...
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Is it better for website accessibility to have the menu before or after the content

I have seen two approaches to menu/content markup order in relation to accessibility for keyboard only users: Menu first then content with a skip to content link at the top Content first then menu ...
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Are there any recommendations or statregy for showing reviews on content at product launch?

We have a bunch of content that want people to read and have added reviews to the content to help others understand what is more valuable than other content. We are about to launch this feature and ...
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Dynamic picklist Vs. All options with active/inactive selections

In a tool that has filters that allow the User to drill down to the data that is most useful to them. Would it be better to dynamically populate a Delivery Time pick list with only the available ...
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Is a wizard the best design pattern for this problem?

So my web app lets users charge monthly subscriptions for email newsletters. In my next update, I am completely retooling the user experience and need some advice. Users can create multiple plans for ...
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How could a webpage containing multiple tables be displayed effectively?

I am designing a user management tool where users will be made up of several groups. Each group has its own table, but the table headings need to be sticky. Example of a table with a sticky header ...
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Process wizard indicator on Windows phone

I'm designing a 4 step process on windows phone porting from iOS. The process has 4 steps in it, with multiple different micro-processes on each screen. Can anyone point me to an example pattern on ...
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Filtering results in a given radius

I have the following structure on the server : Parent -> child object. I have around 30-40 parents which each parent has 1-10 childs. A user can search children at a given point in a given a radius, ...
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Best way to show exclusive forms?

I have to develop a page with forms that are exclusive each other. What is the best way or best practice to display mutually exclusive forms?
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Multi level Master Detail Single Page

We're building an application and on the main maintenance page the customer has asked for all the data to be presented on one page in a hierarchical format. There is a lot of data and quite a ...
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What is the standard design pattern for file sharing?

I want to know if there is any design pattern for file sharing between devices or users. How can I chop down some steps without compromising the user experience for the file sharing. Actually, the ...
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UI for Map and Navigation with multiple destinations

I'm currently developing map functionality using Google maps, using it's wide array of services, that includes directions service. My question is can anyone recommend UX practices to create a good UI ...
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Is a wizard appropriate when the previous steps may need to be changed/modified?

I'm trying to design a single-page, or wizard-type of UI to fit the following criteria and am running into some issues with clarity. The app: Takes a user's zip code Takes 2 pieces of information ...