in kinetic displays, scrolling is sliding text, images or video across a monitor or display

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Is there any data on where people touch their tablet screens to scroll?

In a small sample (n = 3) we found that one user almost always scrolled their tablet/phone by stroking along the margin/gutter where the scrollbar exists. This caused a problem, as we have small fold-...
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How to show a screen can be scrolled down? [duplicate]

Back in the old days scroll bars were used to show if and how much a page can be scrolled down. I'm working on a smartphone app and the settings screen takes up more than one screen and needs to be ...
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Circular scroll bar [closed]

I have been developing a circular motion scroll, For Instance: if you rotate the circle clockwise the page will scroll down and if you rotate the circle anticlockwise the page would scroll up. ...
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How to keep easy access to the first tab from other tabs (scrolling tabs), in a mobile app consisting of multiple tabs (5/6)?

My mobile app requires the use of multiple tabs ( 5/6) , but the 1st tab is the primary one and I want to keep easy access (one click access, rather than swiping all the way back again) to it from all ...
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What would be the best practice for displaying a web page with 50 sub menus without scroll?

I would like to know how we can best represent a webpage with 50 sub menus or more without scrolling the page. Currently, I have implemented a side menu which pops out on click of the hamburger icon. ...
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“Up” button which scrolls page to the top

There is a kind of "tradition" on Russian web and I rarely see that on Western websites. They add a huge (from top to bottom of window) "Up" button which scrolls page to the top after click. So, ...
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Mixing vertical image slider for main items and horizontal slider for per item sub items

I am having a bit of a hard time to find a good solution for the following situation: As a user I'd like to add a section to my page. First you will need to choose which type of section you want (in ...
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Assigning permission - lengthy feature list experience

Task: User can assign the feature to applications. Problem statement: 1. Need to show all 25 feature list to user but in a better way. Is it a good experience to show all 25 features with UI Controls(...
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What's a good scrolling hint for partial-page content in iOS?

I'm developing an exercise app in which the bottom half (right half in landscape) of the screen is the "live" portion of the app. It runs a timer, along with a donut graph and counter showing elapsed ...
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Should a light box have scroll in the background?

In my mind, scroll bars in the background distract the user on the overall objective and on the main purpose of the light box. In the same light, most users hate popups and almost feel tempted to ...
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Would endless scroll on popup be a bad UI? [closed]

I want to use popup to present the user activities. The list might be long and I wonder if scrolling on popup is ok.
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Why do websites toggle header visibility on scroll?

Some websites have a (usually rather small) header that hides when the user scroll down. What I never understood is why it is shown again when scrolling up. Sometimes I want to scroll a bit up to ...
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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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Scroll to load more/infinite scrolling: What amount of content is enough content?

The 'pull/scroll to load more' interaction is dependent on there already being enough content to where the user would have to scroll. Does this mean that the amount of results on any given 'page' is ...
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On a single section of multiple items in mobile device, whether to scroll horizontally or vertically?

I am designing some file sending app similar to email apps. Below is an example of layout. For the [files attached] section, which scrolling method is more preferable, horizontal scroll, or vertical?...
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How to make horizontal scroll obvious?

The current project I am currently working on has one screen we display a list of contents which you can scroll vertically and when user taps on the share button on content it loads a list of people ...
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What's the best way to display text / content if the container has a size limit?

We have a page in our website that has a container with a static width and height (e.g. 500px x 500px). We are intending to keep the content inside short (to make it fit the size of the box). But in ...
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Position of scroll next to inline list with index

Working on a custom filter of an ecommerce website, which has an inline frame since the list is really long. there will be an index so the used can jump to certain letters in the list. there will be a ...
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What makes Reverse scrolling a sign of Bad UI?

My client needed to design a fully SVG animated website with reverse scrolling. But, I heard some people say things like: Try avoiding Reverse Scrolling, It's a sign of Bad UI design etc... What ...
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Scroll up and hold on desktop?

I am doing some research on a pattern that would allow to display more information when scrolling up, in a desktop app environment. Similar to the band's profile page on Spotify on mobile (album cover ...
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Displaying multiple charts in one page in a web view in Android?

I am developing an analytics app which would display multiple types of visualizations. So if I have a page displaying information about a stock, for instance, then I would like to show both the ...
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When does horizontal scroll feel intuitive to a user?

Was reading a few answers on UX Exchange, which lead me to question the utility of horizontal scroll in web apps. In particular, I had done a horizontal concept site recently : here , which was meant ...
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Why doesn't the mousewheel scroll left-right in single-line fields?

Question title says it all: why wouldn't scrolling the mousewheel scroll the input left or right when the mouse is on a single line field with content that exceeds its width? Now whenever I want to ...
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Is scrolling up better?

In apps where you have a list of items sorted by recency (tweets in the Twitter app, threads in the gmail app), typically the most recent item is at the top. For a mobile app, is it better to violate ...
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Tabs vs Scroll in content heavy website

I have a content heavy website. In a particular page there will be lot of data to be presented to the user. There are two options. Full Scroll Just present the data grouped properly with proper ...
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Collection scrollers [duplicate]

My client has a ecommerce site selling collectable reggae vinyl. The top of the home page has a collection scroller where the user can scroll the latest additions to the database. My client says that ...
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Any recommendations on horizontal scrolling on tablets/mobile apps?

Some apps such as the Netflix app use double scrolling: you can scroll vertically within the page and horizontally within a component. I know that Microsoft has moved away from horizontal scrolling ...
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Should a change of sort order scroll you back to the top?

Say we have a sortable table with peoples information in it (First Name, Last Name, Phone, Email, etc.) Initially this table is sorted by Last Name in ascending order (A-Z). Assume in this case we don'...
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What are the pros and cons of Horizontal vs Vertical scroll for image view on mobile apps?

We have an image gallery and are stuck in choosing whether it should be vertical scroll like Instagram feed or horizontal scroll like viewing Facebook photos. What are the pros and cons of both ...
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Fixed Scroll Landing Page (Desktop only): Good or Bad?

Quick question - Are fixed scroll landing pages on desktop good or bad for user experience? Click here for a Fixed Scroll Landing Page Demo I think it is good because it keeps the user focused on ...
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Scroll Up for Mobile [closed]

I need some proposal about where I can display the scroll up button in a cellphone in a user friendly approach. Any example? Thanks!
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Best practice for scrolling page with onscreen keyboard

Should you be able to scroll a page freely and be able to view all content with the onscreen keyboard visible? Situation You're using a touch device with a scrollable page. You initiate the ...
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Is it a good practice to use “inner content scroll” (on tablets)?

We fight everyday against (I don't know how the terme is coined) "inner content scroll" / "independent scroll" (I mean "overflow:scroll;") to prevent our users from getting this behaviors on their ...
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Is it a bad idea to auto-scroll to title of the page bypassing the header?

In one of the sites I developed, I want visitors to auto-scroll to the title of the page (blog) by passing the header of the website. Only main page shows everything as usual. Inline pages doesn't ...
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Ubiquity of Side-swipe gestures

In windows, it's a fairly common experience to stumble on an app with a horizontal scrollbar and be forced to click and drag the scrollbar (terrible UX), where as in most Mac devices you can simply ...
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Sortable & Filterable Table - Best place to return to once filter cleared?

I have table of records, of which three columns are sortable by ascending/descending state. This table is also filterable. The name column is clickable, which then loads the webapp's version of an ...
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How do Windows users interact with scrolling panes?

Let's say there's a website with a row of gallery thumbnails you can click on. It looks like this: As a Mac user having always used either some sort of trackpad (built into the MacBook, or a Magic ...
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When should animation animate when scrolling?

I like using animations that happen whilst visitors are scrolling down my site. In order to do this, I need to set a height for at what stage of how far down they have scrolled, to create an action to ...
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Scroll of the main content when the modal window is open

Should the main content of the screen (a layout of cards) be scrollable, when a modal window is open (without any overlay)? What about the solution like this: when the modal window is open, the main ...
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During usability tests I see several people try to scroll down, how can the UX be improved to avoid this

I've got a mobile app where elements are displayed as a list (see illustration below) and all list elements fit on the mobile device's screen (total number of elements is 6). What I've seen people ...
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Is pagination appropriate for pages that are action oriented?

I've looked through all the results on this site that have to do with pagination, but they all seem to have to do with pages/results that have static information, so I'm not sure whether pagination is ...
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Alternatives to tabs when displaying list and map (appbar issues when scrolling in Material Design)

In an app I'm designing there is a list that must also be displayed as a map. In this thread people already discussed the issue of whether or not display that kind of content as tabs: Choosing ...
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Animated scroll vs jump for a “back to top” button

I am looking at implementing a back to top button for documentation pages that tend to get very long. The button will be shown in a fixed position at the bottom right of the screen. My question is: ...
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When to prompt the reader to share a blog post?

I'm trying to encourage people to share posts from my blog on social networks. To that end, i recently (past couple days) added a share prompt to each post. When the user has scrolled to the end of ...
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What are arguments against the usage of a ticker / marquee on websites?

I was recently asked to add a ticker (with daily updates) to one of our HTML-based dashboards. (A ticker would be text scrolling through the screen. In the past you could achieve something like that ...
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Up and Down vs Left and Right scrolling/panning for image/publications/catalogues and why?

Up and Down vs Left and Right scrolling/panning for image/publications/catalogues and why? Currently, I'm working on an ios app, but would like to know when would it be a better idea to use left to ...
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Main action in scrollview

Our app has a similar welcome screen layout to this: http://www.curious-creature.com/2010/08/15/scrollviews-handy-trick/comment-page-1/ The action buttons are at the bottom of a scrollview, so when ...
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Multiple scrollbars when there is a pop-up or modal window. What is the reason for implementing this design pattern?

I have noticed on certain websites that are implemented as a single page and free scrolling view in browsers that when you trigger a pop-up or modal window a second scrollbar appears to allow the user ...
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What is the best way to show granularity for histograms?

I am working on a project that has histogram charts displayed to the user. After the first draft, the client made a request for more granularity. So in a histogram that looks something like this ...
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“Back to the top” call to actions, why do we need them?

I'm particularly interested in the concept of the "back to the top" functionality that a lot of sites still have. I'm confused by this, ux wise, especially when it comes into play with a sticky ...