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

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How many items in a carousel should be shown to the user at a glance?

Is there any recommendation or best practice? The context is that of a web application running on desktops. The number of items is variable ranging from 4 to around 10.
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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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Menu fixed on top after scrolling - Good or Bad? [duplicate]

I was wondering if it is a good thing to have a fixed menu on top of the screen after the user scrolls, this seems to be a growing tendency and I'm not sure what to think about it. Example: http://...
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Product frontpage content - tab solution versus scrolling [duplicate]

For a payment related project I want to create a product page. Example: Paymill.com uses a combination of tabs and scrollable content on their front page. Question: Is it better to have an only tab ...
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Why is touchpad's 2 finger “natural” scroll the invert of natural scroll on Ubuntu?

I've been using Ubuntu for a while now, and I discovered today how to use what's called the natural scroll, which corresponds in fact to the same scroll as in a mac OS. So in Ubuntu, unnatural ...
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What are advantages and disadvantages of MagicScroll?

Richard Wallis proposed a new way of scrolling called MagicScroll. What are the advantages and disadvantages of this method?
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When is horizontal-scrolling ok? [duplicate]

Here's a picture of my site: Now, ignoring the "erased" stuff, is there any way I can make this interface be reasonable? It will never fit on the screen no matter what I do, even if I go to 2 lines ...
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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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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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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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Scrolling vs. Tapping on mobile

I'm designing a product detail page for tablet (mainly iPad). Given the limitation of screen size (although the new iPad is bigger now), there are content that's cutoff at the bottom. The requirement ...
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Circular scroll bar [on hold]

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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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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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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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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Should a tree map be scrollable?

Here a non-scrollable version, all items are visible though smallest nodes tends to be a little too small, but it looks like a tree map: Here is the same tree map but twice as large and scrollable ...
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Multiple documents on mobile screen that are long

So assuming one has an application where they can read multiple documents that are of sort of group, and they are multiple pages whats the the pros and cons of different way to navigate? Rather than ...
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Heatmap vs Scrollmap

I have run a small test (1,000 views, ~650 clicks) for a homepage of a site using CrazyEgg. Of all the clicked areas, the "2" and "Next" from the only pagination buttons right at the bottom of the ...
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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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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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Scrolling on Mobile Screen with Draggable Items

I have a responsive web app with lists of draggable items that are longer than the height of the screen. Users will need to be able to scroll down to see more items, but when they do, they run the ...
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Why is scrolling with the mouse wheel (i.e. in Chrome) in discrete steps? [closed]

Wouldn't it make much more sense to smooth this out? I really have trouble keeping focus while reading and scrolling a bit at the same time, and it really feels outdated. Despite mousewheels are ...
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Horizontal swipe alternative for websites

Many native apps these days are meant to be used with a horizontal swipe across the entire screen. At my company now, the idea of having our web apps styled in this manner are being thrown around a ...
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How should I create menu for an app consisting of horizontally scrolling screens?

I'm working on a simple iOS app, where majority of time user will answer yes or no questions one after other. It will look something like this: But I also want to add the menu with various options, ...
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All content without scrolling vs content scrollable on home page

For one, if you want all your content shown without scrolling, your site will end up being saturated. For the second option, you don't have to worry on spacing issues and you can make your design ...
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Does Apple recommend a minimum table view height?

I know Apple has certain minimum sizes for things like font no smaller than 13pt. I was wondering if they had a spec (maybe in their HIG) for minimum table view height. I have a design with a short ...
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Diagonal Scrolling rationale [closed]

I m trying to find rationale for implementation of horizontal scrolling on a mobile web browser for a table. The following are the one's I could think of, if you have any other rationale in mind or ...
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Is an easing animation recommended for scrolling the page to the top?

Should auto-scrolling to the top (or elsewhere in the page) be done via animation, or just as a fixed anchor-link 'jump to content' option? Currently I'm using jQuery UI to animate the scrolling to ...
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Why doesn't YouTube automatically focus on the player? [on hold]

People constantly complain that they press space while watching a YouTube video and because they weren't focused on the player (i.e. hadn't clicked inside it) it scrolls down instead of pausing as ...
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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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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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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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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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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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The goods of forcing the user to follow a path

Maybe this is not the best place to ask as this seems to me like a question regarding two fields: marketing and user experience. Hopefully some of my questions could be solved from the user ...
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Pagination vs Scroll in is iOS apps (ecommerce) [duplicate]

Do you have any detailed study on expected navigation patterns in iOS applications, especially in ecommerce apps? We are designing a photo shoot & order application and I would like to get to ...
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Lightbox larger than viewport data

I was wondering if there is any data exists describing users' feelings towards a gallery-linked image lightbox being larger than the user's viewport--specifically vertically larger--such that the user ...
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How to pan a panel in C# WinForms?

The panel has horizontal and vertical scrollbars and I'm trying to implement a way to pan the panel without using the scrollwheel because most people only have a vertical scroller. Initially I was ...
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jQuery - best way to present huge amount of scrollable data [closed]

I have an array with length of 1.5k, each entry needs to be shown (set of DIV's per entry) but when I'm showing it all at once the browser hangs most of the time. I'm trying to figure out the most ...
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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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What is the name of the function that causes a page to rise above another when scrolling? [closed]

What is the name of the function used on websites to make your second page appear to rise above the first and where may I find this particular plugin? I understand that this is jquery functionality ...