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Android Swipe View, Delete a page

I have an Android application with a swipe view. The user is able to add pages with a floating action button. But I cannot figure where to put the "delete this page" action. I have a floating action ...
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Justification for Page Titles

So our current product does not have titles for pages at all. Talking with the dev team, they feel like page titles are not necessary and take up too much screen space. Anyone have validation on this? ...
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Page size for wireframing [duplicate]

I am using axure RP 30 day free trial and I have a startup idea. I need to make the website really quickly. But when I at the wireframe stage I encountered with a problem.Problem is, According to ...
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Should I have a heading on every page?

I'm working on a project, and have ran into a little design problem. I have a navbar right above the content. I'm not sure if the page should have a heading on it. I've given examples below. With ...
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Linking back to previous webpage?

Currently the company I work for separates their company corporate website and their careers page. What this means is if you go to the parent site and click on the link to see career opportunities, ...
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Maximun number of page scrolls (or swipes) on mobile website

I'm trying to find some numbers / data / studies / testing that uncovers the maximum number of scrolls (swipes) that should be used on a mobile site in determining page length. I know the typical best ...
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Best to say 'swipe up' or 'swipe down'?

I am building an app (iOS) which consists of paged tiles which the user has to pan through. My question: When I need to tell the user to move the content up to view the content below it, should I say ...
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Long page trend: effectiveness and guidelines [duplicate]

There is a trend to make pages very long with a lot of content. Some sites do it effectively some don't. Did anyone do usability study of a "long page" design to see if it is effective from usability ...