A design approach that delivers elegant user interfaces regardless of the size of the user's display or the limitations of the device.

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Name of the interface?

What is this kind of interface called? Moreover , it'd be a great help if someone tells me the application/environment which would help me implement such kind of interface best.Carefully note the plus ...
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Responsive design approach

Mostly I am using bootstrap for my website and I keep it pretty responsive. However some of my pages are hard to adjust with media queries. I have a size limit 769px for mobile. Is it a acceptable ...
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Responsive sidebar sub-navigation

We're working on a new, responsive version of a large website and need to support the main navigation and sub-navigation that changes based on the department. Below is a mockup of how we are ...
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Responsive Web Design - what should happen when the mobile device is rotated?

Currently, the standard behaviour for viewing web pages on a mobile is that: If viewed in portrait the text is smaller because the width of the device is small and the whole page width needs to fit ...
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Responsive layout standard for table layouts

Currently I am working on Enterprise layout wherein material design cards that are pretending like tables. I started of UX design for first hand screen flow with 1280 x 1024 to showcase how the ...
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Responsive complex page - compare bundles and detailed bundle

I'm working on a product page. User can choose between 3 bundles and each of those can be customizable. I'm wondering what is the best UX approach to show these data and minimize the UI complexity. ...
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Data Display of Tables: Table Cells with Must-See Values

I have a data-driven web app with horizontal resolution limit of 1280px, yet up to 15 columns (table cell data varying between 0-255 characters). I wouldn't like to display data on multiple rows as it ...
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Responsive Design - How to deal with wide HTML Tables

I am doing a proof of concept with responsive design. One web page that I am modifying has some extremely wide tables. I really don't know how to shrink the tables width so there is no horizontal ...
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Is there a best practice for alignment of nav bar content - with grid or not?

Looking at various site's nav bars I see some sites spread their content wide across the bar, anchoring their logo to the far left and login to the far right, navigation in the middle (examples: ...
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Responsive design for a suggestion/toolbar

In this software a user can enter a query and the system produces an image or an output. Attached to the output is a toolbar that modifies The output based on user input. however with the current ...
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Chrome Mobile - Request Desktop Site and Media Queries

I'm wondering what people's best practices for handling the Chrome option on Android of "Request Desktop Site" when a site is developed using media queries. When the site is viewed the media queries ...
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Why do very few e-commerce websites use full-width and fluid layouts?

Looking at some of the top e-commerces websites (Flipkart, Etsy, Amazon, Bestbuy) , I could find that only amazon utilizes a full width layout, and that too isn't fluid. While I understand the ...
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Two Color Progress Indicator

I'm interested in any examples of a two color progress indicator. The user will be looking at a web page consisting of a list of reports that are a combination of approved reports and reports pending ...
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Any good presentation examples on why minimal + responsive design is a good approach for a website redesign? [closed]

I am making a presentation on responsive design and minimal design. Would be catered towards more elderly or less technical coworkers and stakeholders that do not yet know about this type of design ...
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Responsive Breakpoints?

Twitter Bootstrap uses these break points for responsive design: Large Display: 1200px Default: 980px Tablet: 768px Mobile: 480px A client said they are using 1280px for their Large Display ...
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Grid with cards

I want to create grid withs cards that looks like on photo, every card have text in it. What would be better to make , all square or rectangular cards ?
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Are there devices narrower than 320px (and data on their usage for web browsing)?

Most organisations I know of when testing responsive designs (and responders to the question What is the smallest screen size you design for) use 320px as the narrowest device width they test for, ...
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What's the best way to implement a search bar in the mobile view of a responsive site?

I'm currently working on a site that is content heavy and want to add FAYT (find-as-you-type) search. In the desktop view I have a regular search field in the top right hand corner with a magnifying ...
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Tabs design pattern, solving for “N” tabs

I've seen many design patterns that help solve different content presentation issues by leveraging "tabs". Assuming I do want to display grouped content on a page (complex content or simple) and ...
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Best way to stop a navigation from wrapping by changing design?

Didn't know whether this was a UI or a UX issue but I have been asked to change our header section so that the navigation items don't wrap to a second line when the user views our site on a smaller ...
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How should large table columns be handled on a responsive design?

Related to This Question, I'm interested in what I should do with a responsive design theme where the users have control over the columns which are displayed in a tabular, data rich page. Users are ...
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Very complex responsive navigation

I'm working on a redesign project that has a complex navigation, especially in the case I have to make it full responsive. There is a navigation bar to go to several section of the site. Each section ...
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Should iOS native app be distinctly different than the responsive website's mobile version?

I was in a training session, where a room full of designers were learning iOS prototyping in Xcode, and there was an individual there who came from Apple to make sure everything in the course was done ...
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Partial-Page Responsiveness, or Responsive Elements in a Non-Responsive App

I am working on a project that will add considerable new functionality to an existing application. We were previously limited by a framework that did not (realistically) facilitate responsiveness, so ...
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Why should I use em, and not % for fonts?

If ems essentially give you a result that is a percentage of the base font, what advantage is there to using it, rather than % for font sizing? I have looked around, and haven't really seen anything ...
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Displaying Master/Detail Panes/Linked Lists

I'm trying to determine what the best approach is for displaying a master/detail list. I've taken the approach where the details are displayed in a pane that is adjacent (to the right) of the master ...
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Which navigation pattern to use

We are currently working on designing a Responsive Web Site for a very niche market. The user base (elderly) would be using this site purely from content consumption - reading perspective more than ...
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Booking Calendar UX/UI - Approach

I am attempting to think a responsive design for a booking calendar which allows booking of available slots. In general, calendar UI's have time of the day as a vertical arrangement and days of the ...
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Responsive design for sidemenus

I have a website that was designed to have a side menu running along left side of the screen from top to bottom. Works great, looks great, but I'm having some issues when it comes to making it ...
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Responsive images for 3 different types of screens : Is this a good design?

Above image is a wireframe layout of my portfolio website. The navbar is at the bottom while the 2 images fill the remaining screen. The left and right picture will be contained in their own DIV ...
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Responsive Grid View with Hover layer

I have a grid layout which has an hover state which reveals information that are crucial as below. The Content of each Grid Item Dish Name Dish Photo Rating Chef Name Chef Photo Chef Location ...
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Pane vs Modal vs ?: Across all screen sizes

Pane vs Modal vs ?: Across all screen sizes I am currently working on a web application that needs to be responsive, accessible, and provide a solid UX across all device screen sizes. We currently ...
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How to accommodate more items in the same UI

I'm looking into a change request from a client which requires the following. Have a look at the visual below. The clients would like to be able to show more then 5 of the blue boxes (these show ...
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Optimal way to display long radio buttons on mobile

I'm working on designing a responsive form, and I'm wondering if anyone has ideas for dealing with "long" radio button options on mobile. For example, take the following image: I've browsed around ...
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What is the “desktop” alternative for a material design full-screen dialog?

The material design spec for full-screen dialogs says the following about full-screen dialogs: Mobile only: Due to limited real estate on mobile devices, dialog content appearing in other form ...
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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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How to create interfaces in a graphics editor for responsive grid systems considering that they aren't pixel-perfect? [closed]

Any responsive CSS grid system uses long decimal point percentage values for columns' width (e.g. "16.66666667%"). I don't understand how to lay out the grid in Photoshop, because elements of the ...
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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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Should a responsive sticky side menu stay sticky at high resolution?

We have a website/app that has a side menu that sticks to the left side of the screen (see mockup below) It is a responsive site, so when accessed on higher resolution screens (or if the user zooms ...
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What is a good alternative to drop-down menus for site navigation on touch-screen/mobile devices?

We're in the process of redesigning our website, and one of the design goals is to make the site more mobile/tablet friendly. Our current site is very large, and the navigation is somewhat ...
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How to transform desktop UI to smartphone UI?

I have a live demo here, based on HTML, CSS, JS and Metronic. It's currently planned to be displayed on desktops, yet it's quite responsive (a little bit...) and I'd like to convert it to be displayed ...
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Truncation vs. Wrapping text when designing for responsive page for multiple devices - which is better?

For a ready only form that is also designed to be responsive, some fields are long and some short. Currently, the default behavior is truncating long fields based on the space constraint. And on ...
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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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Should you design for the transition period of resizing the window

The big trend (rightly so) in web design right now is making your website responsive. Meaning that your pages will look good on any size screen. As a ux/ui developer I always initially test my pages ...
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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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Icon to request device rotation [closed]

Is there an existing icon that is recognized as a request / suggestion that a user rotate their mobile device? I am converting an OLD website to be more mobile friendly. (responsive) I have existing ...
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Sub-menu dropdown vs tabs on mobile

I am trying to figure out what a better UX is on a mobile phone. Either having the sub-navigation as tabs, or have it be a dropdown. Method 1 - Dropdown on mobile In the following images, the ...
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Breadcrumbs for Mobile

We are designing a responsive site and I was wondering if we need to use breadcrumbs for mobile version. I did some research and most of big brands don't use breadcrumbs on their mobile site but I ...
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What techniques can I use to wireframe sites with responsive/fluid layouts?

How do you make wireframes for responsive or fluid layouts? Typical wireframing techniques are static and aren't well suited to showing how designs scale. What techniques exist to capture the dynamic ...
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