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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Why minimum resolution for mobile web design vs. mobile app design is different? [on hold]

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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Should a conversion to a responsive layout happen site-wide at once, or is incrementally acceptable?

I have a large website that needs to be updated to be responsive. There are business deadlines that prefer a gradual roll out instead of waiting to be completely finished Should I apply a responsive ...
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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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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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Information architecture for supermarket website

I'm working on a website (responsive) for a supermarket. I'm thinking about the best way to provide a structured navigation both on mobile and desktop. How would you organize the navigation? I've ...
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How wide should a responsive-designed website be?

Maybe this is a stupid question but I wonder if it changed. Websites used to be 960px wide so all screen resolution could easily see all the content. But with the new 'responsive-design' and html5 ...
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Responsive 3 breakpoint design

I was given a quote for a website that states: "responsive 3 breakpoint design, designs for mobile (portrait, landscape), tablet (portrait, landscape), desktop (optimized to 1200 pixels) plus desktop ...
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Good names for turning site responsive-ness on and off?

I'm doing work on a website that has been 1900px wide long time, and most of the users aren't extremely tech-savvy and usually +40 years old. To give you an idea of the content of the website, all the ...
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Page-specific responsive breakpoints

I am working on a mobile first project and have run into an issue with the design of one of the screens. The issue is that the content of one screen in particular doesn't work within one of the ...
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Best practice for navigating a detailed image like a map on mobile

We have done a piece of offline activity that is basically a large folded, printed map with some featured elements and content around it relating to the map. I am working on putting this map online. ...
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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 is the smallest screen size you design for

I'm looking to make my website responsive, however this is my first foray into responsive design, and I'm pretty clueless at the moment. I have no idea what the current state of play is with regard ...
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What baseline dimension/resolution to choose in illustrator for desigining android tablet mock-up? [duplicate]

I need to create the UI mock-ups for the android tablet app. I am aware and understand the complications with android device dimensions, dpi's etc. But I need to know what is the baseline resolution I ...
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Determine correct breakpoints to wireframe to a responsive website!

My problem is about choosing the right breakpoints for a responsive website as it's wireframing (Not determining in the code phase). I am having trouble about this. Because many people say that choose ...
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How to show two brands of the same business in the navigation in one website?

I need to show two different brands in same website. Each has a different logo and navigation which should be visible by default, but they share a common sign-in/sign-up interface and currency change ...
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How to turn a GridView into a better more responsive user experience?

I have a GridView that needs more adaptive formatting. Something that works well in a responsive context without losing all the valuable points. What patterns exist in 2015 for presenting tabular ...
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What are the best practices for responsive images that contain live text on websites?

I am working on a large online retailer website, with a variety of products and we are moving over to a fully responsive website. One of the major issues we will be looking at are the promotional or ...
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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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Hamburger menu for responsive portfolio

In a portfolio web design which focuses on the mobile version design (because of the scenario in which users will use it) does it make sense to keep a hamburger menu for the desktop version? It's a ...
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How can I display 13 selectable items on a “Mobile First” responsive webpage?

I have a 13 selectable elements list to be displayed in a Mobile First" responsive webpage. The elements are pure text of about only one line. I have been struggling with my mind to find a solution ...
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Responsive navigation menu: With or without animation?

When it comes to responsive navigation patterns, I often find myself using the "slide down pattern": Source Now there are at least two ways to build something like that: With slide animation ...
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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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Dropdown/Radio button as an action selection in a grid row?

I need to display an action selection in every row of a grid. The action could be Do nothing, Confirm, Reject (mutually exclusive). And once all the selections were made, users are expected to hit a ...
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Do users really want responsive dumbed down versions of websites?

I recently read this article Google: Bad User Experience For Mobile Users May Lead To Ranking Issues where an example of responsive / mobile optimized web site is shown side by side with its desktop ...
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responsive website min-width?

In my experience most responsive websites don't have min-widths so when resized to a tiny size (say a 100px window) the content screws itself up and becomes illegible. example: ...
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What are the best methods to show a data table in mobile / tablet view? [duplicate]

I'm in the process of redesigning my website to be responsive, and some of my account pages I show some detailed product information in a data table view. What are some of the best methods to show ...
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Second menu on mobile

I have a secondary nav which is related to the content on the current page as opposed to the primary nav which is a global menu. What is the best way to have two menus on mobile. Both have to be ...
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How do I design a user friendly survey with more than 150 questions?

I am designing UI/UX for a survey webapp which has more than 150 questions. Right now they are using 5 radio buttons for each question. Similar to the image below: So the question is, how to make ...
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Responsive form design

Is it better to break a responsive screen into 2 steps? Having a long form like this attached image, Is it bad for UX or is it better to break into 2 steps?
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How to use breadcrumbs in a responsive layout?

I would like to use breadcrumbs on my responsive site. Breadcrumbs become less recognisable if the links wrap as the layout is then less recognisable. This creates an issue for my site as the width ...
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Is responsive web design worth it (in my situation)?

I've both designed and developed multiple websites where I worked on making the site responsive for mobile/tablet. It's easy work, but it's extremely tedious and lengthy. Knowing that I am a single ...
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How is the best approach to display responsive combobox?

I would like to implement comobobox with a search filter for phones, larger screens and tablets. The examples below show how I think it should behave for phones and larger screens. I'm still fomenting ...
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How to test website for large screens?

I want to test website for large screens such as 1920 x 1080 pixels, 2560 x 1600 pixels, In browserstack i find only 1280 x 1024 pixels is maximum for windows machines, Is there any website to test ...
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Responsive website - navigation usability advice

I am developing a site which is to respond to different screen sizes. The site is fairly large and has up to 4 levels deep in terms of page/menu hierarchy. What I am wrestling with now is how to adapt ...
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Difference between navigation overlay and toggle navigation in Web Design

I'm writing about responsive navigation for school. I found on the internet that responsive navigation patterns could be divide as: Toggle or multi-toggle pattern Footer anchor pattern Navigation ...
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What would be a mobile friendly solution for a range slider with input controls?

I have a range slider with two input controls, each with a higher/lower button. The user should be able to make his input by sliding (fast but not accurate), typing into the inputs (average speed, ...
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How to adapt your website for TV browsers?

Many home electronic brands have presented new television sets with built-in browsers and apps. Even though not many of these have enjoyed widespread adoption, the responsive web design movement talks ...
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How to design responsive sites for 1920 resolution? [closed]

We are working on few websites which have PSDs designed for 1920, 1170, 640 and 320 resolution. What is the best way to handle the designs on 1920 resolution? As lots of people using large monitors ...
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Prepare Community for a Redesign

I am working on a new layout and visual design of an automotive platform. This platform heavily depends on an active community that contributes information such as write-ups, pictures and discussions ...
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Is there a name for this semi-responsive technique?

I've noticed some websites are frequently using a very specific semi-responsive technique but I'm not sure what to call it. Here are 2 examples: Example 1: http://www.firestonetire.com Example 2: ...
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Responsive design - 2 levels of navigation

I'm working on a responsive website, the desktop view has 2 levels of navigation. The sitemap roughly looks like this: Cat1 SubCat1 SubCat2 SubCat3 Cat2 SubCat1 SubCat2 SubCat3 SubCat4 Cat3 ...
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Responsive Shopping Cart

Below is the Wireframe for the Shopping Cart which automatically scrolls along the height of the content area in between the header and footer. Now in the smaller screen where the content will ...
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Responsive mobile testing - Is resizing the desktop browser adequate?

Other than touch events, is there any appreciable difference between testing a responsive design by resizing a desktop browser and testing it on a mobile device? There are a plethora of mobile devices ...
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Designing a mobile interface for 3 or more sortable lists

We currently have a web app that has the following interface: download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups List items can be reordered within a list and can also be ...
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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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Does responsive design ruin accessibility?

Hopefully this is not too broad, I am currently developing a website for my university project and part of the criteria is to implement some considerations to accessibility and also responsive design. ...
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Making 4-column table responsive [duplicate]

I have a 4 column table for displaying event information about our event. I am facing issues with narrow screens when I have 4 columns of data in the view. What would be the most feasible solution ...
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UX Guidelines for Responsive Web Design of Print Button?

Some quick questions are: As a part of responsive web design, website contains print article option, but should there be a print option/button in an Tablet or Mobile version of the Desktop website? ...
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What's the best approach for header/footer in responsive web design?

I'm an IA doing a responsive site, as part of a much larger scale e-commerce site. Our pages are the only responsive parts of the overall site, so 90% of our site will not yet be responsive. Part of ...
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Is Responsive Design good for web based software? [duplicate]

I am developing an email software/service similar to gmail and thunderbird, but I am wondering if it is a good idea to have a responsive design or also have apps for different devices?