The extent to which a product can be used by specified users to achieve specified goals with effectiveness, efficiency, and satisfaction in a specified context of use.

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Saving tabbed content individually or as one

So users can login to this system and choose to edit an item from their list. I'm trying to figure out the best way to allow users to save the tabs they edit. From the design below, is it clear that ...
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How to Address Unclickable Tags That Look like Buttons?

On a portfolio site, after a project's title & description of things done on the project, there is a "skills used" section at the very bottom. Each skill is styled as a tag. They are not clickable,...
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What is the fundamental difference between HCI and Usability? [closed]

When evaluating an interface these two terms are very important. How do they differ from each other ?
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Alternate to gantt chart

I want to display two different tasks in my page. Type of the task will be two but number of tasks may vary up to 100 tasks. Very important thing is, all the tasks will fall under the timescale and ...
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Where to put personalized recommendations feature?

I would like to add a Personalized recommendations feature to my E-comm website. Should I add it as a floating,fixed button on the side? Is that considered something users are annoyed by? If I shouldn'...
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Do I need arrows to indicate hover menus in main navigation?

The main navigation of a website I'm working on uses hover menus and every main navigation item has children that reveal on hover/tap. Do I need to include a down arrow (chevron) that indicates to ...
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Material design change password behavior

I am using this behavior to make user change password: When a user clicks on the change password button, 3 text fields appear and the button changes into a "cancel" button. Do I have to separate the ...
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What's the key information in a cashback UI

I am building an interface where users view details about cashback they receive for x. The cashback is supposed to be re-used within the application for ordering x again. As I understand it, the key ...
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Single click versus double to cancel something

My dilemma is pretty simple, I'm making a web game and for the object inventory if you press one of them it will pop a modal where you can see the object info and some options on the bottom, one of ...
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Visualizing long list of data

I have got a list of 50-80 items that I need to be visualized in a useful way. The list is sorted in alphabetic order. The items will be draggable to a graph on its right, like so: I’m thinking ...
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Save/Cancel buttons position above or below table?

I am building a software which has a lot of tablets fill out. There are situations where a table row has a lot of settings. A consistency throughout the software is that there is an action menu on ...
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How to record multiple goals in score-keeping app?

The image below shows an application for creating football (soccer) match reports, specifically the section for recording the goals scored. Note: This UI is for recording scores after the game, not ...
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Mobile swipe view with multiple gestures, what would be the best approach

I have a bit of user experience issue for my mobile application. One of the view is similar to the mobile app Tinder. The user can swipe items to the left and to the right to go to the next item. But ...
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What are the most efficient user interactions needed on a community forum?

When participating in a user community, like StackExchange or Reddit (or any other forum/bulletin board), what are the useful essentials that make it a good experience for you? I'm trying to whittle ...
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Is there a best practice for allowing support rep to login to a user's account?

I'm updating a product that previously had a single checkbox to allow our support team to login to the user's account. Once in, the support rep had full admin level permissions. The product deals ...
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Creating experience for seeing/finding/creating ER Relationship for large data (Big Data)

Brief- The above image is the wire frame that I have created for a big data application, which provides functionality to see ER relation for selected repository/data source/tables. User selects ...
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Select from drop down list or enter a new one - Designing

I am developing a website that allows users to create line-ups for sport matches. I want to help users to save a line-up for a particular team for the next match too by saving them to the user's ...
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Proper UX on a Widget dropdown menu

I am designing for a piece of web-based software that has a drag-n-drop functionality for "widgets" that can be placed in one of three columns. Over the 2 years of development the list of widgets ...
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Algorithms for ranking suggested screens

I have an application with a large number of screens. Therefore to make navigation easier for the user, I'm thinking of having a view that shows the most likely screens the user would pick based on ...
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Highlighting a number in a cluttered space

This photo is from the fueling station I visited today. Out of the pretty cluttered space in front of me, I was only interested in the number '4', as that's what I need to reference to make my payment ...
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Smallest visualisation for a one-many relationship also depicting health of each of the 'many' objects [closed]

Needed someone to discuss this with since I am currently working alone. I have a 'subject' in my product which can be associated with a variable number of objects. Each object has two states.. viz. UP ...
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How to organize this screens in my project. Which is the better experience for users, Lists or TableData? [closed]

I have a list with categories and other with my articles or posts (something like that), a menu in accordion if show two options to navigate: (- ALL ARTICLES - CATEGORIES) All articles has showing a ...
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Better replacement for my 'tags'?

I have a modal in our system where a user can enter 'tags' into the validation list. The problem is our client has asked us to import these tags and there can be thousands of these tags so it becomes ...
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What would be a better typing experience in landscape mode of a keyboard?

While designing a keyboard app for android, I went through a lot of testing of various existing keyboards. One thing found in common was that typing in landscape mode of every keyboard wasn't very ...
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How to visually show hierarchical structure with inherited attributes

In my system I have projects which each belong to one group. Groups can have sub groups and those can have more projects etc. Projects consist of attributes. Attributes can be project specific or ...
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Should a 3-field <select> date input use fieldset for grouping?

I am trying to do the best for usability and accessibility I use fieldset to group input radio-button and checkbox elements. When I have a date input that is actually 3 select dropdown fields, one ...
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Is it ok for a landing page image to take up a full screen?

My landing pages have large images, each of an individual building. I'm worried about information scent issues causing usability problems. The images have a parallax effect. Any suggestions on best ...
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Page Life cycle, dealing with dependant controls

I have a web form, with two typeaheads: Customer Typeahead Item Typeahead The user can select only 1 Customer and can add multiple Items to the form, via an asp gridview control and a bootstrap ...
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Should html links with images have both title and alt attributes?

I understand it is generally a best quality practice to have title tags for hyperlinks and alt tags for images. This is good for several reasons: additional information for low bandwidth users, ...
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Table Elements Placement

I have a web application where I need to show certain data in tabular format.I have certain queries from a UX perspective based on my diagram below : What should be the ideal placement of elements ...
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What is Unique Value Proposition in UX Design? [closed]

What is Unique Value Proposition? And what role does it play in User Experience design?
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How to simplify miller column layout

Context: This is a admin portal for airport backend team. Admin with specific rights will be adding/editing/deleting airports, runways and corresponding inputs. In below wireframe: -- On the left ...
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Implementing different levels of drag/drop functionality?

I'm working on a tablet app for a motel. Initially, the app was going to be tested on one floor. Essentially, the app would be used to move guests from one room/bed to another room/bed. As you can ...
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Editing related text groups

Consider an application which allows an administrator to enter information about cities which could be viewed by others. There are only three groups (continent, country, city) which they can (but not ...
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Should I indicate qualifying categories on the product top-level landing page?

I'm working with a store landing page that displays the main five product categories. All five category images are displayed inline, and are same height and width. Each has an appropriate label and ...
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Icon coloring for color blindness

I have scenario where there are 2 icons(Check and Exclamation) with 4 states.The colors of the icons changes on following scenarios State 1 - ! - Grey (Configuration is missing,has content) State 2 ...
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Page navigation help for business application site

I'm making a UX/UI for email service provider software and I'm stuck on how best to do the navigation/controls for this page style: first, you view your email campaigns second, you check a box ...
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Best practices for providing help in complex web applications [closed]

I would like to know if there is any consensus on the best way to provide help in complex web applications (online banking in my case). The web app contains dashboards, scrollers with table content, ...
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Long description in tooltips

I'm working on a project that has tooltips for some buttons. These tooltips contains very lengthy description and those are client requirements that cannot be changed. These tooltips take a ...
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Menu/burger menu bottom or top on mobile?

Is there any reason why websites don't place the burger menu at the bottom instead of the top? It's far easier to resch with your thumb if it's at the bottom, why isn't it done more?
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Best UI layout for the scenario?

We have items and settings for them. All the settings done will affect the selected item(checkbox). Now what is the best way to show them on UI Layout. Splitting screen horizontally or vertically is a ...
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Communicating to user that content is associated with a specific record?

Lets say a main page provides navigation to two sections: Doing X and Doing Y. Doing X is associated with a single record, however, Doing Y is associated with zero to many records. Upon clicking Do ...
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A variable number of inputs in a small bar

I've got a web app that involves users inputting a title of a Wikipedia page. It needs to work as an interface on both desktop and mobile. Right now, the interface looks like: It's got a single ...
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Pavination Vs. Infinite Scroll in Datagrids

Pavination Vs. Infinite Scroll in Datagrids Are there any research findings or papers or usability testing findings on Pagination Vs. Infinite scroll in a datagrid. I am trying to define UX patterns ...
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How to build UI/UX for aircraft? [closed]

Currently, I am the student of CS in aviation. My project is about research in UI for board system (Boeing). Now I have the necessary technical documentation and examples of current interfaces (to ...
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Click-to-edit and click-n-drag combined

I'm considering an option to combine two behaviours in a list: Click to edit an item (like in Asana) Click-n-drag an item (like in JIRA) As illustrated in the screenshots, the cursor in both ...
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How can I tell whether to use input masking or magic inputs which accept any format?

Inputs which are designed to accept a user's phone number, a date, or a Social Security Number can use input masks. Input masks are inputs which will show the format required within the text box (for ...
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Is there any way to ask for a like when user shares an article on facebook?

Say a user shares an article in facebook, is there any way we can include our page name and ask for a like in the same post?
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How do usability testing and beta testing intersect?

I am currently the sole UX designer on my product team and have been tasked with coming up with a strategy and schedule for our upcoming beta programs for testing a new hardware product and ...
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Why are aluminium soda cans typically round instead of square?

Why are beverage cans usually round? Considering the amount that are made, and the need to be transported - isn't a round design inefficient? (ie the lost space from not tightly fitting together). ...