A software application designed to run on smartphones, tablet computers and other mobile devices.

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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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Which is the right place to place close button in a mobile app?

This is my first project in mobile app UX and UI Design. I have facing problem in placing "close" button on UI. I have got two kind of screens, one like overlay and another one like form submission ...
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Stack or List having two actions (Details Vs. Drill Down). Is that recommended?

We have a list containing say a list of employees and their % achievement of their target. The users want to be able to view details of their KPI's saying what would they achieve best case, what % of ...
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A calculator's modulo and percentage labels

I'm designing a UI for my calculator. I've got a modulo function and a percentage of function. I started with a "%" button for the modulo, but now I need something different that clearly says "This ...
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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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Spacing between two tiles for good readability?

Are there any studies that having some space between two tiles would improve readability in an app experience? I've included two wireframes that give an idea of what I mean, which is better spacing ...
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Bold colors for mobile applications [on hold]

I am aware that normal convention would have designers use more neutral colors for a mobile application. In terms of entertainment based mobile applications: Is it acceptable to follow a more bold ...
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What the best way to highlight a button in iOS App that collects user focus?

I am developing a mobile iOS App. In my app, there is (what I consider) the most important section where user will able to see content related to celebrities after making in app purchase. On the home ...
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Requiring User Login for Mobile App

I am working on a series of utility mobile apps whittle residential real estate investors manage their businesses. The apps I am developing are highly specialized and impactful. I plan on making them ...
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What happens when you force night mode?

I want the default to be night mode. There will be no light mode, only dark, I find it more convenient and so does my friends so we think that the next apps we build should have a dark background ...
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Examples of mobile apps that have a sovereign posture

Software applications can fall under four postures - Sovereign, Transient, Daemon, and Parasitic/Auxiliary Which of these categories do mobile applications like Wunderlist, Facebook app, Evernote ...
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What percent of non-English-native people use English system language on their phone?

tl;dr: "What proportion of Spanish (or some other non-English native) people use English as their phone language?" I am writing an Android app. I plan to publish it primarily in a specific ...
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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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What is the color logic behind big mobile application brands like facebook, google etc.? [closed]

Why is facebook blue? Why is whatsapp green, skype in skyblue, Gmail in Red? What is the color logic behind all these applications?
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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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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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How do you write coachmark logic for first time user experience?

Are there any good resources for writing logic for a series of coachmarks? Specifically, actions that trigger a coachmark in a series, how long they are shown, when they are dismissed and how long it ...
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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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Why does previous button in music player apps start the current track from the beginning instead of going to the previous track?

In music player apps, the next button will change the track and play the next track in the playlist. But on pressing the previous button the track is not changed. Instead the current track starts from ...
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Deciding to swipe a card right or left cognitive load?

In a mobile swipe interface in which we can have 2 actions from the user: "Don't care" / "Like", it seems deciding and swiping in a direction left/right takes some cognitive load, forces the user to ...
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What is the most user friendly way to verify an email address after user signed up on an app? [duplicate]

When a user signs up for for our app, he will have a limited access, and certain features won't be available to him. When he tries to access any of these limited features, a pop up will show up ...
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is an accordion the best way to display payment method selection on mobile

Working on checkout of a mobile e-commerce app. what would be the best way to display options for payment method? right now the it seems accordion might be a good choice. the content within each block ...
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Moving onto next step when a selection is already made on mobile app

Working on a mobile app which prompts the user to select country and then select language during its 1st time load. In this 2 step localisation wizard (select country and select language) the action ...
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Should I use Material Design inside of an Android game?

I certainly know that I should apply Material Design for "standard" Android apps, but what about games? I think that anything that is not Material Design, looks bad and somewhat outdated. On the other ...
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Innovative methods for form input on mobile [closed]

Looking to have a form on mobile for scheduling an appointment (similar to registration form info), run in a webapp. Are there any better, innovative, more interesting methods to do a form on mobile? ...
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Visually distinguish between build environments (dev, qa and production)

During the development of our mobile applications, they go through a development phase, a QA phase and are finally released into production. We create separate builds of the applications for each ...
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Sport app, when best to ask to review app

I'm a (proud) owner of a 5 year old running app for iOS & Android. The app is to train both beginners and experienced runners with training schedules (30 lessons in 10 weeks). When do you think ...
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Kids mobile app UX

My company's main product is a mobile application (Android & iOS) that provides kids content (interactive stories, videos, coloring, games) for kids between 3 and 8 years old. We're still ...
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Is the use of toggles in desktop applications an intentional or unintentional result of mobile first design? [closed]

I have seen the appearance of toggle-like controls (similar to the iOS mobile on/off toggles) in desktop applications such as in Acrobat Reader DC. Just wondering if this is to do with the prevalence ...
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Are there interface design principles that apply to mobile user hand/thumb positions?

Whilst on the train I observed a number of people with mobile devices but what was quite obvious is that no two person held their devices in the same way. On first thought it seemed rather surprising, ...
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Should the focus be set on the first field on a mobile app registration form on screen load?

Should I set the focus to the first field on a registration form when the screen loads? This means that the keyboard is then in view and will obscure the rest of the form from the user. The ...
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What is the better way to create navigation for 2 pages application? [closed]

I am working on wireframes for small application, which has 2 screens. One of them is primary, the other one is secondary. Now I am thinking of what is the best way to create navigation for this kind ...
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User Experience: map on mobile -

I am creating the application that will manage (CRUD) different routes on a map (inside of cities). So my users will have the possibility to create a route between two points that they specify on the ...
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Where should I put a UIBarButtonItem if there is only one? On the right or on the left?

here is my question. What is better for the UX, put a UIBarButtonItem (or equivalent in other platforms) at the right side of the UIToolbar (like the image below shown, like Whatsapp does it on the ...
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'Organic' versus 'structured' display of information on desktop applications

Not sure if this is really due to the lack of space on mobile devices or if there are a number of factors, but I have noticed that the 'organic' way of organisation and displaying content (think of ...
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What is a good way to handle many to many relationships with mobile views?

I know my question isn't very specific and uses Android specific terminology (i.e. views) but the idea is there's a many to many relationship between Provider's and Location's and we need to display ...
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Selecting country in a mobile/tablet landscape mode vs portrait mode on a responsive APP

For selecting country on an APP when it's being opened for the 1st time, On mobile or tablet portrait a 1 column list view is the best option. However is it better to switch to a 2 column view when ...
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Does swipe behaviour on mobile devices take into account left or right-handedness?

It seems like for desktop applications it is not necessary to take into account of left/right hand differences since the mouse can operate well enough for most screen designs. However, for mobile ...
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Best practice for having a user enter their location?

I'm designing a mobile app (iOS and Android - mobile only) that requires location-specific content to be shown to the user (roughly knowing the user's city is fine for scope). We'd prefer not to use ...
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Horizontal Scrolling Menu or Tab Bar?

I am developing a mobile application supporting iOS, Android and Windows platforms. The app comprise of "sectional navigation". By sectional navigation I mean it has various sections such as: 1. Maps ...
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How to inform user about multiple important events at one moment

I have to show user information about many important events at one moment - e.g. when he enters the app. So far I was showing just one event but now requirements changed and multiple events must be ...
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Welcome screen best practices: signup, login, or both?

When looking at a mobile app's welcome screen, there are generally two types of designs: - One that targets new users by prominently displaying the Signup option - One that targets existing users by ...
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Any studies comparing Inertia Motion vs Value Selection in form data?

The Scenario: We're developing this new app which uses a selection slider to select some value (in this case, weight). Now, coming dev time, the client wants this slider to have an inertia scroll ...
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Use of TWO hamburger menus in mobile app

I have a client who INSISTS on using TWO hamburger menus in their app: one in the top left, one in the top right. This is to basically mirror functionality from two related websites: one uses the left ...
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Why minimum resolution for mobile web design vs. mobile app design is different? [closed]

After a lot of experience with mobile-first responsive design, I recently got a weird question from a visual designer colleague: "Why do we have to design mobile websites at minimum resolution of ...
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Best way to turn down iOS users with legacy version of iOS

I am building an iOS 8 app (iOS 7 and below not supported). Is there a standard procedure to "turn down" a user with a legacy version of iOS? (E.g. Use a modal with some text, and then automatically ...
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Best way to display 3 different keyboards in a single flow even if the input is variable in each screen?

I'm gathering feedback on the best way to show a keyboard on screen that will provide different keys depending on the input needed. The user will have to input 3 different values in three different ...
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Would users understand splitting an Android app's functionality by permission?

Say I'm developing an app for Android tablets that supports offline use, such as a mail or Usenet client. As far as I can tell, most tablets are Wi-Fi-only, and the user is likely to be away from ...
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Is the any design principle that would help to decide which screen, or steps, should go first in a two-steps form to create an event?

In order to create an event, there are two types of information to complete, divided already in two screens. One screen is to fill out details about the people going to the event, the reason of it, ...
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Where to position Back and Home buttons?

When you watch tv on a tablet via an app, where do you put the "Back" icon and where do you put the "Home" button?