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What is the best way the user quickly identify a product [closed]

I am developing a game portal , where the main User 's task is to seek details of the products in a wide displayed list. First the image of the product is displayed , followed by its title , its price ...
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What is the difference between a Product Designer and a UX Designer? [closed]

I was wandering if you could help me understand the difference between these two roles? I'm interested more to understand the type of skills each person has and the types of problems he gets the ...
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How to make (or buy) the button actuator mechanism in a waterproof watch? [closed]

I'm designing a product that's supposed to have a form factor similar to a digital watch or smart watch. It will have a waterproof casing with push-buttons on each side. The electronic assembly ...
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Why have a confirmation page?

I am working on an inventory management software. At times, when users add a batch or products or transfer items around, they would have a confirmation page to confirm their action. For example, I ...
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Sorting and on/off - flaw in design? [duplicate]

(I'm not a UX designer , I'm only a user).I might be the only one , but I think that I'm the weird one , because I just can't see how UI component are being released without further thinking : ...
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What is the best way to document/describe a completely new product?

Describing a new feature, optimization, or new section of an existing app for engineering and the product team is fairly solvable. You can build on a specific existing point of reference and user ...
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Does brand logo placement increase user trust?

Does brand logo placement for signed-in users increase user trust and experience for a product? An example is the "StackExchange" word mark at the top left vs no wordmark. Facebook's iOS mobile app ...
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How to show brand & logo for every images on an E-Commerce website?

I am working for an E-Commerce website, the company sells goods Online and they took photos from goods and products. They work on it a lot and spend time and money and don't like other websites copy ...
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What is best way to design table calender?

We are designing table calendar-2016 of our agency which will be distributed among all employees, clients, prospects, families etc. It is going to be 6 page calendar not 13. Currently it is being ...
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How to ensure design is involved in product development

We have several development teams, a Product Owner team and a Design team. The PO team generally works with the design team whilst writing the user stories and acceptance criteria and then typically ...
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Why do folding stepladders have “not-a-step” steps?

Stepladders are typically labelled with a warning sticker that says: ⚠️ Danger: Do not stand on top step or, sometimes on the second-from-the-top step: ⚠️ Do not stand on or above this rung ...
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Should I offer product plans with specified limits when we do not yet have a way to enforce the limits?

I'm designing software that's being designed with multiple tiers. Each tier has a specified amount of storage and specified number of actions an account can take each month. The issue is that we do ...
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User research drives design or vice a versa for existing product?

Looking for feedback on this work process: The product team is coming up with design features for existing product & then validating it based on user research (self reported). As a user/UX ...
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Ideas for browsing a TON of products on an eCommerce site

I'm trying to solve a particular customer concern for an online grocery website / iOS app. The complaint goes something like this: When I browse your site, I feel like I can never really see all ...
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How do I downgrade product tiers with set limits? 50 → 20 users

I'm currently designing a webapp that has three product tiers. Within the app you can create an organization and a specified number of people, documents and parts can belong to it depending on the ...
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What research method is appropiate for this case?

We have a mobile app, with 3 million of downloads and 1.5 million of active users. This is a young product with the main market overseas. I just arrived to the company and I realized that they haven't ...
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UX vs Product Design, what's the difference?

I've notice that more and more people who used to call themselves UX Designers are now calling themselves Product Designers. I have a rough feel for the differences but I'm struggling to find any good ...
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Product UX vs Project UX [closed]

As we know there is a common false assumption that UX means just the interface But according to that article UX means totally different. Let's suppose if UX means interaction then how we will ...
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Showing / Hiding Inactive Features in a Product

I'm currently working on a product that includes a few features and other sub-products that aren't always included in the basic package. These features are opt-in and the client would have to pay an ...
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Block offline users

First I want to apology if this question doesn't fit to this forum. Now, I have a customer who request for system that can be sell for different users. once the user buy the system he can use it ...
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On the difference beween UX and Product design - does it matter?

I've been in the process of gathering up my clients, my portfolio, and my wits as I consider a move from consulting back to an agency type environment. As a result, for the first time in half a decade,...
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Centralized UI/UX with Agile dev teams?

We have several cross-functional agile teams in different locations working on products that aggregate up to 2-3 solutions. Are there any examples of how companies manage a consistent UX across such ...
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Has there been any studies done on when it's useful to have a touchscreen?

Are there any guidelines as to when it's useful to have a touchscreen interface? My first experience was with my smartphone and I thought the touchscreen was great and a huge improvement on usability. ...
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Checking sizes on a product page [duplicate]

Is it best to have product sizes in a drop down box or as buttons, someone said to me buttons because it's one less click. So examples of buttons would be on the product pages of this site - www....
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Product variations

I am creating a flowershop and I have the following dilemma. Let's say somebody wants to buy a bouquet of roses. Roses comes with many colors, sizes and different quantity in a bouquet. Should I ...
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What's the reason some places use milk bags instead of milk jugs or other means?

I am not sure if it happens in other countries, but some provinces in Canada uses milk bags for 4L instead of jugs, or other containers. Anyone knows if there is an advantage of this over the other ...
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Bounce rates and very low conversion rates

My site seems to be producing very high bounce rates (60% plus) and because of this the conversion rate suffers massively. Here is a users journey: They search for '80s fancy dress' in Google and ...
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Why do businesses frequently keep one half of double doors locked? [closed]

This leads to a bottleneck of people going in/out because there's only a single point to enter or leave. Not to mention potential stampede situation in the event of a fire. Is this just something we ...
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How do you know when you've reached the “local maximum?”

Andrew Chen calls the “Local Maximum” a point in which you’ve hit the limit of the current design…it is as effective as its ever going to be in its current incarnation. How do you know, as a UX ...
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Connecting to WLAN (WiFi) without screen

We were discussing hardware engineering and creating a device which relies on a WiFi connection but does not feature a screen. The challenge is to allow a user to set up a device which does not have ...
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Best practice for switch with interchangeable on/off position?

We're making a hardware device with a reset button that needs to be activated when the device is unpowered. As such, the button can not be a momentary press but needs to change position before being ...
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Why are sinks always rounded?

I've noticed a trend recently that some sinks have a flat base, but they seem to be few and far between. Are there any reasons related to UX for why sinks have traditionally always been round?