Questions relating to mobile computing devices, such as cell phones, tablets, and e-readers. Includes consideration for both small screen size as well as the mobile and "always on" nature of the devices.

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Web app UI to fit in to a mobile screen

There is a web app that has a UI like this. Let's call this the estimate builder. The user can add as many estimate items as he wants by clicking the blue button at top right with a plus sign. Also ...
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Hiding vs. disabling actions and show a message on mobile

EDIT To clarify, I meant hiding vs. disabling actions with a message (similar to a toast) showing why it's disabled. I'm curious as to whether it makes sense to hide or disable actions on mobile. ...
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Do you have an opinion of the SF State Mobile UX/UI Design Intensive? [on hold]

I have a good deal of UX design experience but not in the last ten years and not for mobile. I want to get up to speed and back in the game. If you have experience, what was good or bad about this ...
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How well does the 5 second test/blink test work on mobile?

If you have not heard of the 5 second test before please see the following two articles (below each quote). Five seconds may seem like a short time, but in fact it is more than enough time for ...
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Centered title but left aligned text to fill up content [migrated]

Hold your horses, I'm aware that centered titles are generally frowned upon. However, when given a fixed size container, simply having everything left-aligned gives an empty impression – which itself ...
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Mobile First for Enterprise Applications?

I'm working on a fairly complex Enterprise Web-Application which will mostly be used with desktop computers. However, it also needs to work with mobiles and tablets, although this will be less common. ...
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Material Design Settings - android [closed]

Do you think the new settings on android Lollipop, made with Material Design, are more complicated than before? It seems to me that have splitted too much in screenviews, instead of grouping ...
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What's the best way to present NPS survey questions to users on phones?

NPS surveys generally take the format of: The touch area of each selection seems to be pretty tight when I put my mockup on a phone... Is there a better design pattern that I could be using here ...
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Display numerical value associated with each calendar day in month view

What is a good way to show a numerical value associated with a date, and make sure the date and value aren't confusing? For example if a user wants to see how many meetings they have on each day of ...
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Which user flow is better for mobile pdf

we have a coupon that must be downloaded and filled out. In mobile which user flow is better experience: OPTION A: CTA says 'Get Coupon Here' upon click user goes directly to the pdf (in an html ...
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Alternative to dropdown with over 6000 values [duplicate]

On a login form where the user must select the name of the store location that they are logging into, there may be up to 6000 values. For a company that only has 5-10 locations the dropdown works ...
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Radio button best parttern in mobile app

I have radio button selection in mobile app where on selection of it, the dropdown box gets activated. My question is that, is it best practice to place radio button and dropdown in stack manner (pic ...
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what to use instead of swippable table view cell in android?

Currently i'm working on a project which has list items that include swippable table view cell. Since this is so popular in ios and rarely used in android (only partly in google inbox app), I wonder ...
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Is it good practice to have more than two buttons on a mobile form?

We need to use more than 3 button in a form. So we would provide something that contained Authorize, Reject, and Cancel. All are placed at the bottom of the form. Is it good practice to have more ...
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Should i use a mobile theme or responsive theme for my fashion store? [closed]

I have a fashion store, then I decide to buy a new theme for my store. I am wondering whether to buy a mobile theme or responsive theme. I know a mobile theme is more fast loading and simple than ...
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Linking from desktop to App store / Google Play - QR code alternative

On my website I have a "Get the app" page. Currently, it doesn't do anything to help users direct themselves from the desktop browser to the app store/google play except linking directly with the ...
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Native app - entering amount

Currently we have two different ways to enter amount into amount field. Example 1 - formatting is done automatically. User always needs to enter decimals even if they want to pay only 1 EUR. Example ...
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Mobile proof input control for long list of options with a lot of text

I'm letting users choose one option from a set of choices. My data set is much like a list of countries: many options (about 50 - 200) the user will know what options are there because of the ...
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Should I use an Adaptive Design for my website?

My idea is to one page, but when you screen size is smaller than 'x', then you will not see the desktop content, only the mobile content. This will work something like this; ...
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Best way to lay out home page of mobile app

I'm redesigning a mobile trivia app, and on the homepage, there are radio buttons that let the user choose the difficulty, and then there are also 3 buttons that start the game. The current layout ...
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Android app using ListView and SeekBar

The user selects an item from the ListView (center content) then needs to select an amount using the slider (SeekBar) below. The problem is the layout also uses a ViewPager meaning that if you swipe ...
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About text and navigation hierarchy on mobile

I'm making a mobile page that is heavy on content and I was wondering what people's thoughts are on hierarchy in regard to an "about" text and the main page navigation. A quick outline of the product ...
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A good way to let a participant confirm its participation

Let's suppose a mobile application aiming to suggest some meeting to others. One user creates a Meeting (announcement) (without invitations) and some interested users can detect it in a list of ...
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Nested tabs on landscape mobile. Best Practice

I have a problem organizing tabs on landscape mobile screen. Input: It's a game. Screen named "Inventory". User can own hundreds of items. All items can be grouped into 4 categories. There should ...
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Checkout in a mobile screen

Is it better to have a single checkout screen where the user is asked to enter pickup address, delivery address and time? Or should the two addresses (pick up and delivery) be kept together on a ...
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Why do mobile ads fail?

I want to know from a UX perspective putting aside the fact that the time at which the ad is displayed is never right. Lately I've been noticing various formats to try and engage a user (me in some ...
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How can I show a row of dropdown menu's in mobile

A brief introduction : Lets say in this web app the user is asked to upload an image. The resultant page will contain the image with a row of dropdown menu's to select from and a final submit button ...
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Filtered and unfiltered list in the home page of a mobile app

I am designing a mobile application and I need to display a list of Bluetooth devices in the homepage. There are two flavors of the list : devices that are in range all the devices, without ...
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Is Email Verification on Mobile App Sign up a bad UX? [duplicate]

We have a user sign up form in our product. In web version we have a email verification process. We will send a verification mail with an activation link after sign up. Now we have a mobile app for ...
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When is it appropriate to use a NumberPicker view in a touchscreen device app

In what kind of scenario should I actually use a NumberPicker in my mobile phone app user interface? By NumberPicker I mean a view on which the user can swipe to change the number, and the numbers ...
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What is this pattern called: Action bar diminishes on scroll down and reveals on scroll up

I believe you'd describe it as a pattern. What is the name of the pattern when you scroll down and the action bar hides to show more space and reveals when you scroll back up. Thanks.
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is horizontal swipe intuitive enough on mobile

Working on a mobile checkout page and would like to know if you'll think its intuitive enough that the user knows there are more products on the right side that could be reached by swiping using the 2 ...
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i18n and L10n on mobile for rtl languages

I am working on a mobile application which need to support rtl languages as well. I got confused how I should render this menu I have in mobile application. It's a normal menu with Icon, Label and ...
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Easy and intuitive way to prompt the user for data entry throughout the day? (iOS app)

What are some easy, seamless ways to prompt an iOS/mobile user to input data throughout the day (e.g. for a food diary), from both the notification and the data entry perspective? So far the best ...
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How many mockups do you typically do for a responsive bootstrap design?

I am scoping a responsive project and thinking it will need views spanning from mobile to desktop. I am just wanting to confirm if it is necessary/helpful to do mockups for all 4 sizes (Extra small ...
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Replacing select tag on mobile

I'm currently using Select2 to replace some filters for a reviews' page. I think for desktop they work really good, having filters and more control over the CSS of it, but my question comes about it ...
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Are expandable/collapsable accordions in iOS an anti-pattern?

I'm trying to find examples of expandable/collapsable accordions in iOS but I cannot seem to find any. I haven't seen any official statements from Apple but it seems as if all native apps prefer menu ...
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Android: Guide user to pull to refresh

I am using SwipeRefreshLayout in an Android device. I would like a visual feedback so that the user can know there is a "pull to refresh" feature enabled. What would be the best method to do this?
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How many personas should we use to design a mobile app?

I'm actually working on a mobile app. My boss asked me to focus all the design on one principal user archetype because he thinks that the way to create product interfaces and features with a strong ...
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Drill-down map with touch devices - how to substitute for hover

I'm building a map where mouse users can view details by hovering a region, and drill down to that region by clicking on it. e.g. hover Texas and see a map popup with data on population, size, ...
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What kind of feedback is appropriate to inform the user that he's actually offline for a mobile app interface?

What kind of feedback is appropriate to inform the user that he's actually offline? I need the feedback to be simple, clear, understandable, user-friendly and corporate. But I don't know the best way ...
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Is Font Boosting Good UX? [closed]

I begin with a quote from developer John Mellor, which explains the mobile Chrome feature I'm talking about better than I can, and comes from the perspective of someone close to the feature. When ...
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Time stamps vs Duration

I am building a fitness app and I am having a hard time placing certain components. What makes this app unique is that it can count reps for you and display the time it took to complete those reps. ...
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Is placing navigation buttons in the toolbar a good practice from the accessibility point of view?

I designed an iPhone mobile app and now I need to conduct an accessibility review. The requirement was to follow iOS8 UI guidelines and make it look as if it was a native app. For the first time I ...
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Data tables in mobile/Tablet - material design

I have gone through this new design specifications regarding representing data as row-column (table). Table of data Should be able to scroll vertical and horizontal Should be able to edit inline ...
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Repeatative search flow

For my mobile application, I am planing to change current flow as I don't think it has good UX. In this app there are more than 10 categories each has some specific meaning and specific database ...
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Menus Depth in Mobile Games

I've played quite a lot of console games, and some of the game menus tend to go pretty deep. It might go something like: Home Screen -> Play -> Multiplayer -> Online -> Create Room -> Customize. I ...
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How to make a call-to-action element for mobile?

I am building a mobile website (lets say for for boutique hotels). There will be a form, where users will be able to enter the hotel name, email address, wanted dates etc... Since I will also have ...
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Making a two-column search form with multiple selectors and buttons more mobile-friendly

I was considering creating a single column layout for mobile version of the search form in this page: http://techjobs.me. For the mobile variant, I'd like to retain all of the existing form's features ...
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Flexible natural language input field design

I want to design a mobile form similar to Facebook input field to post a status update, where you can add suggested information like location and then continue with your post. I'll use a suggestion ...