The way in which the elements of an interface are laid out.

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Creating a layout for online booking system [closed]

I am trying to create a PHP script that allows a 'customer' to browse for available seats in a theatre. the theatre will contain the rows A-G with 20 seats in each row. I am wondering what the best ...
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Which would be more appropriate: redirecting users on a subdomain to go to my shop or stay in the same domain

I am currently designing my portfolio and I wanna integrate my shop into it but I'm quite not sure if it would work with my idea. My idea is to build my portfolio and have a button where it says ...
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Multiple search fields on directory website homepage

I am developing a web directory app whereby users main action will be to search for business addresses right from the home page. Currently, I have a search box centered on the homepage. Like this: ...
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Do you think this layout design work? [closed]

I am working on a file management project. I want to know your idea about this approach on this page. Does this work at all? Is there any better way (your idea) I can improve it? Here is my thought ...
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UI Design of News Magazine with borders, boxes or no seperation [closed]

Im building a news website and want to know which UI Design is the best in terms of readability, findabiltiy and focusing of each / important sections? Example 1 - Boxed Layout - each section has its ...
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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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Applying features and add-ons for multiple lines

I want the user to have the ability to add features and add-ons for each line on the website (order page). If you look at the UI wireframe, it will ask you how many lines do you want from a ...
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Website Layout - different background colour sections with full width

Recently I have seen a lot of new websites have been redesigned that each paragraph or section have different background colour with full width. For example: http://theme-fusion.com/avada/ What ...
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Inline actions vs grouped actions

I have a page with a number of different lists on it. Each list has the option to add a new entry. Would it be better to have the actions in a separate 'action area' or position them close to the list ...
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Where to put information about an app?

I am creating an Android application where users enter in their GPA, SAT, and ACT scores and select majors that they are interested in. The output shows a list of colleges in descending order of how ...
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Ragged edges vs. alignment

In an enterprise application I have a list of items and their statuses, and we can't agree on the layout. Some people are bothered by the ragged edge that's created on the left in the first version. ...
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Thinking about splitting out similar processes. Dilemma

I am working on a project that involves sending messages. Messages come in two flavours - a simple quick message and a full message (or campaign) which includes some additional information. I am ...
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Should all fields in a web form be the same length? [duplicate]

Attached is a screenshot of a web application I am building. It shows where the user can enter input to perform a search. My question: should the text boxes/comboboxes all be the same width? The ...
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HTML/CSS Type Over Video Slider

I'm working on a project where the designer wants tailored and styled type (i.e. CSS) over a video that's in a slider. Along with a png logo. Each video slider will have a different layout treatment. ...
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How to show Text only post in masonry blog layout and keep the things symmetrical?

I have designed a masonry layout for blog but what if image is not posted for a blog post. What would be the best way to keep the symmetry intact leading to better pattern, hence UX. I thought of ...
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Best type of thumbnail?

Let's say I have an app that accepts images, and the user takes the above image. Now I want to upload it, and display a thumbnail of the image on my website. There are two ways I can have a ...
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How to make complex settings simple and easy to understand?

I am trying to create a SSD dashboard for our software applications that show all the services listed and their current statuses similar to http://status.aws.amazon.com/ or ...
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How to depict an OR and an AND graphically?

So currently I have this basic layout for my UI: Where the '1' and '2' would be replaced by icons depicting a type of place (eg. supermarket/restaurant respectively). When the user first visits ...
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Alternative to modal error messages with only one button

We are rewriting our desktop application and we are thinking of improving the error handling and error notifications. Currently, it is based on modal dialogs. But we have a lot of errors like "You ...
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Making exceptions on global website paddings on specific pages

I am designing a web app that requires that I display a map and a scrollable sidebar beside each other..like you have on youtube. The design issue I have is that, across other pages, I have padding: 0 ...
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Best practice to show transaction history?

I am working on the redesign of a transaction history page. Existing design uses expandable data table to show the history of each item. the data set comprises over 8 attributes including the status ...
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How to link to reviews on a movie/game/tv info page

The situation: I am designing an info page for entertainment media. At the top of the page is a header with images and title. At right is a sidebar with info and related content. The main body ...
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Is it a bad idea to have a single and multi-page hybrid site?

I just landed my first client as a web designer, and I have a small UX issue it would be great to have some of your input on :) The client has a single-page Wordpress theme they'd like to stick ...
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Grid View vs List View for products

I am looking for some general insight on a comparison between grid view and list view in e-commerce and not only. I want to start from this general research, find the proper terms I don't know at ...
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Best placement for filtering and sorting options?

filtering & sorting options are generally placed top right corner of search results page. My understanding is that this frees vital page space need for results tagline ( describing what search ...
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Best way to allow user to create a table

What's a good way to allow users to create a table? Originally, I was thinking markdown, but I'd really like something simpler. One idea I had:
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Streamlining the Administration Panel

I am coding a blogging platform and my goal is to streamline the administration experience for the administrators and site authors as much as possible. As I already know, most web applications have a ...
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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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Is a timeline a form of sorting?

I am working on the design of a page that is supposed to provide call center employees with the means to view transaction history. There are 8-9 variables in play, I have tackled this by allowing ...
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Web Form With About 350 Fields Layout

We are developing web app for managing employee's salary. Each employee entity has about 350 fields of data. Currently layout uses tabs and fields grouping inside each tab with multiply columns. Users ...
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What do you think of One tab element on a tab menu

I am doing the UX design of a complex system that requires filtering in different pages. The filtering menu is in tabs: time, status, name, place, etc... are all different tabs on the left. I could ...
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How to hide main navigation?

I'm designing an application where the main nav is on the left. This is because there isn't enough space if I put the main nav on top (to fit both the main nav and the utility nav). So this is how ...
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UI customisation principles and guidelines

I am working on a project that requires catering for a large number personas and scenarios. Key to meeting these needs is a UI that provides a customised experience. I was wondering if there is any ...
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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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Tiles and product information

I am working on the redesign of a page that has a number of product “tiles”; the information relating to each of the items is quite dense for example: start and end date, notifications, status, ...
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What is Google Authenticator's app style called and where can I get more visual resources?

I love the UI of the Google Authenticator, and I am currently in the design phase of my Team Fortress 2 Server Status application. I am looking to have each server as a "card" much like Authenticator ...
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Preventing text clutter on Weather app

I am currently working on a Pollen application. The biggest issue I have is dealing with text clutter and information overload. Here is my app so far: The app is incomplete without the tips ...
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Panels vs multiple windows

There are many programs for which the GUI contains several, discrete parts (all visible at the same time) for performing different actions, usually with one main part and other secondary parts. What ...
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Better way of displaying grouped periodic data

I am working on a report where I have to display hierarchical data in relation to some type. For cumulative data over some period I have a table as presented in image below 1: The task is to ...
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Alternative to large selection of check boxes on profile page

We are currently re-working our profile pages in our software and would like to explore the alternatives of having a large amount of tick boxes for users to select to attain certain privileges. The ...
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How can these UI layout/style can be labeled and differentiated from a stylistic standpoint?

It is often difficult for a non specialist to label or to describe some UI layouts.. Is there a glossary or a source that can help meeting the right language to talk about an interface general look ? ...
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Main Menu in Popup window

Am working on a software product that have up to 100 view, so my main concern is simplicity and quick access navigation. My idea is to put all the menu items in a popup window. The user can access ...
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Where to place secondary table

I have a 'primary table' of let's say, 'Suppliers'. Each supplier supplies certain parts which are displayed in a 'secondary table' called 'Parts'. When the users clicks on a row in the supplier ...
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In a news article should the full-width image come before the H1, or after?

For a public-sector site (local government site, that sort of thing) there will be a section for latest news. This could be blog articles, it could be informational posts etc. These posts will have ...
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How to display selected filters after closing the filtering panel?

Context: a touchscreen monitor in which the user can choose which business lines or activities can be displayed in a State. After selecting some of the filters in the box on the left, the user ...
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Presenting data in a grid form versus a tabled form

Is there a general rule when displaying data in a grid form versus a simple tabled list? Since modern screens tend to be wider now, it makes more sense to me to start utilizing grids instead of normal ...
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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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Complex forms design - space vs look

I've got form that has around 40 inputs (text inputs, selects, some checkboxes). This are "Vehicle Data" like, registration number, brand, model, fuel type and so on. I can't make it smaller (less ...
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Order of multiple photos and text in articles

I've read on previous questions here that it's generally better to have this order when organizing photos and relevant text together. [photo] [text describing photo] I don't have a problem with the ...
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Broad Application with many like screens

I am helping design an application that serves as an end-to-end solution for our clients, meaning that there are many facets of it. We import a lot of different types of information, think purchase ...