Recommended practices published by an OEM, government, or other organization (e.g. Apple Human Interface Guidelines)

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Should 'Change Selection' be an undo-able action?

In Microsoft's Windows Explorer, changing the file selection does not count as an undo able action but in Adobe Lightroom (on windows, at least), changing the photo selection does. It feels like ...
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When to leverage spatial inconsistency?

I want to know when you should and shouldn't leverage spatial consistency/inconsistency in an interface. For example, the new Android update changed the location of the Clear All Notifications button ...
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Is the implementation of a stability index for a UX component or style guide useful/practical?

The concept of a stability index where the likelihood for the content, where it is code or a specification (e.g. in the documentation of the Node.js API) looks to be rather useful and can be adopted ...
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Best practice for representing iOS system apps (Settings or Messages) in your app's UI

In the app we're currently developing, part of the work flow involves redirection to the Settings app and the Messages systems apps (don't get me started on the UX of that. I've tried...). Anyway, ...
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How to make windows application looks like standard and profestional?

I look for some advice on GUI of windows application developed by C# VS2012. I don't look for a fancy or unique design but standard and professional. Maybe something like the design of the Windows ...