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How to deal with many subpages in an Android app?

I'm currently developing an Android app which has already plenty of pages in its navigation, so I don't want to add much more to it. Now I have a page, let's call it market place. The market place ...
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Filter placement

I'm working on a page which shows multiple products and it needs some sort of filtering. I've seen a lot of websites place filters for the content either above or left of the content, as shown in the ...
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Best approach to tell the user that the page is a redesign.

I'm working on a ecommerce website and we redesigned only some of our page at the moment, for example our homepage has a different look from our cart page. How do I tell the user that they are still ...
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Interactive documents v websites. What research/studies exist to cover when one should be used over the other?

In discussing my question Does any research/study exist on what makes an interactive document better from a user experience perspective? an interesting argument has arisen that using a website is a ...
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Does any research/study exist on what makes an interactive document better from a user experience perspective?

I am aware that there is a lot of research into page layout methodologies and the flow of design elements (text, diagrams, etc) such as the Gutenberg Diagram, Z-Pattern, F-Pattern, and so on. I'm also ...
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Page layout - authoritative research into natural flow of text, tables and images

I have been trying, unsuccessfully, to find any research into the best way to layout pages in a way that suits a typical reader's flow. That is, how they naturally look at a page, where their eyes ...
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How do you design columns, sections and spacing to force reading direction & usability?

Instead of long, wide single column documents I've started using multiple columns to improve readability (mostly due shorter lines). However, in a document containing multiple columns and sections I'm ...
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Layouting personal developer home page [closed]

I am stuck at layouting personal home page which intended to present me as software developer and R&D man. I am definitely don't want geeky home page like famous https://www.jwz.org/ (scrolling ...
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Is it good UX to display web pages in a narrow, fixed-size column?

Nowadays most screens are wide and high-resolutioned, but when typical web page loads it leaves on the sides huge empty areas. I understand that designers don't want theirs content be messed up on ...
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Website Forms - struggling for space, what is the best option?

I am looking for some input on a dilemma. I need to implement a newsletter signup box and I am struggling to fit it in properly to the space I have. The restrictions are: The left hand column is ...
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Why is stackoverflow and blog layout ignorant of screen width? [closed]

Take http://stackoverflow.com/questions/33131200/spring-ignores-property-file-in-current-directory-using-that-in-classpath-instea. Most monitors I use these days are 1080p or atleast 900 anyway, yet ...
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For Wide Display Should Main Content be Centered or Left?

I am confused on how the main content layout should be on a wide screen monitor. So should I keep my main content on the left or middle? Since I have read many places that content should be on the ...
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Need suggestion for data display in page

I am pretty much new to designing layouts for pages. I am looking for suggestions whether my approach is right. Here is the sample layout of my page. http://plnkr.co/edit/BNHvqb?p=preview Basically ...
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Multi page vs single page to complete a form? (not for ecommerce checkout)

How to create a form with ~15 fields for a buying used clothes site, single or multi page? I saw other debates & older forums, but im not still convinced. Im leaning towards one page, or maybe ...
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How can I make the message of this hero image clearer?

You, like many others, may have some trouble understand what this hero shot means: You can also check out the actual landing page to see how the same image looks on a big screen. I intended to ...
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Side-by-side Search Results display example [closed]

Can anyone point me to an example of a site that displays two different sets of search results in a side-by-side format? For example, a search results page that displays results for "Pants" in the ...
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Show a blank sidebar to preserve layout consistency?

In our product we have a sidebar which contain some widgets. However, certain pages don't need any widgets. On these pages does it create a better UX: a) Keeping the sidebar as a blank column. This ...
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A two-page or a single page implementation is better for the experience of the applicant in any workable.com application?

The current experience of a user who wants to apply for a job using the workable.com platform starts with a page which presents some static content, it is scrollable, and it ends at the bottom with a ...
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split screen layout pros and cons

I'm in the research and planning phase of a new website for a company that consists on 2 persons with different areas of expertise. I was thinking about designing a split layout inspired by this ...
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Alternative to View Panes

I have view pane in my application to give flexibility to the end user to choose preferred view - Horizontal, Vertical and Split. I am looking forward for the alternates of view pane, I guess most of ...
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What is an effective method for in-page navigation when none of the other pages have in page navigation?

I'm updating a help page that is sectioned and navigated using a list of links at the top of the page. Since there is so much content in the help page it is easy to get lost, and the only way to ...
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Pagination at bottom of pages only

I'm considering having the pagination menu shown only at the bottom of pages on my website Also to save screen real estate on mobile devices The pagination looks like this PAGE 1/3 >> or ...
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Should I put a button below a growing list?

I'm trying to decide on a button location for an app I'm building. The app basically generates teams using lists of players for a given position. It feels most natural to me to have the button to ...
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Web app/site design consistency for pages with different layouts [closed]

Greets, I'm designing a productivity web app (a desktop mouse-based app) which general layout is composed by a header (logo + tabbed menu), a body area and a footer. The content of the body area ...
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3 Step process for Web: 1 single long page versus 3 separate pages

Im designing a x3 step process for the web Should i have it on one long page 1. 2. 3. Or move users to the next ] page 1. (Next:Do 2) 2. (Next: Do 3) 3 (Finish)
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General name for the website style that appears in wide pages

The front page on https://trello.com/ is an example of something I am seeing more and more frequently on the web. It is almost like a set of slides, stacked one on top of the other. Here's another ...
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Why most web designer don’t embed the image sizes in the html document [closed]

Most web sites have images on then but the actual image size is not embedded within the HTML document itself. I noticed that because I always enter the text I am looking for in the search box and ...
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Should I support minimum page widths below 960px on a non-responsive layout?

I want to start supporting page widths below 960px (non-responsive), but I know this is not traditional. When I say non-responsive, I only mean that the page layout not change dramatically like you'd ...
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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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Whats the Definition of different layouts in webpage that is Two Column,Three Column ,Multi Col,Border Layout and Two Panel Layout?

Definitions needed for Two Column,Three Column ,Multi Column,Border Layout and Two Panel Layout which will be helpful in documenting Technical Design document
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UX advice on Interview experiences listing page

I have a site that has all career related stuff. I am adding a interview experience section now. I have the following 2 idea in mind, but a little confused over what will be a better ux/seo and ...
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Sign up page guidelines or trend?

Is there a reason why the signup page on many websites are totally separated from the rest? I noticed that it results as a single page, where there is only the logo of the site and the signup form. No ...
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Should a book use icons to outline regions / semantics?

disclaimer: with "book" I'm mainly referring to texts that gravitate around a technical / scientific topic, like math books or programming books, not really romance or narrative. Considering the ...
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What are the benefits of the new Marks and Spencer large image fade?

Marks and Spencer recently rolled out their new site. For those that haven't seen it, take a look, works well. http://www.marksandspencer.com/ Did you notice that the large image fills the screen at ...
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Improving notification alerts UI / UX

We've got a notification system on a CRM type web app. There are many stages in the CRM, and each stage has many projects, each project can have many notifications. We have a dashboard showing the ...
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Best layout for a settings page

I have a settings page with a fair number of options. See screenshot Each of the links will take the user directly to a form where they can change the details (ie Business Settings) or a search/...
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Slogan positioning on a website

I'm currently working on a new design an I would like to try positioning a big slogan (not a baseline) right at the top of the page next to the logo. On most websites, the slogan is vertically ...
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Where's the best place to put an icon in a checkmark / label question?

The checkmarks ask what food you want and the clock asks if you want it fast. Where is the best place for the icons to go in this example? The icon basically acts like another "yes/no" checkmark. ...
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Should there be an alternate page turn behaviour for two column layouts?

When looking at typical research paper documents in PDF, the two column layout makes it very difficult to scan pages easily because you have to move your eyes up and down and scroll up and down at the ...
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How best to combat right hand column blindness

Many ad-driven content-based websites have rich right hand columns, used primarily to cross-promote content from other parts of the site or to extend the user journey. The Daily Mail is the classic ...