the way user interacts with an artifact and the reaction and/or behavior to the environment

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Why Google Chrome does not have a GoTo link button like other browsers?

Why google chrome does not provide a GoTo Link button like in IE, Firefox, etc.? And if this is because of the simple & modern design concept than why does other browsers still have GoTo ...
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The phone dialler in iOS 7.1 is userfriendly?

we can see the inconsistent in answering or declining incoming calls in iphone. when the phone is locked the green circle is focused towards left side and while unlocked green circle focused towards ...
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Buy Now Button Styling Best Practices? (Font, Color, Shape)

We are having a debate on the design of an e-commerce website about the buy now button. I would appreciate your feedback and would be very grateful for a link backing up your opinion. How different ...
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Warning message to the user if name he enterred already exists

I want to warn user if the field name he enters already exists and ask him if he want to try with another name. Following options I think will go good in such situation: "A field name with this name ...
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Issues with 2 Column Search Results [closed]

Is there anything wrong with having a 2 column search result set? I have a list of Customers and Contacts. Each result has a lot of information: Name, ID, Status, Location, Last Modified, Display ...
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Does “Enter” key action is required for web form submission? [duplicate]

working on web form with 5 fields, once i fill all the fields, i usually clicks the submit button. Is necessary to give similar action to "Enter" key for submission?
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Better option to warn user about an existing name

I’m designing a UI and user can drag and drop fields from “Available Fields” area to “Selected Fields” area as shown in image below: Now, if a user wants to rename a field, he double clicks on field ...
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Update vs. Save

I'm working on an application that has a lot of CRUD functionality. When creating an element, I have a button labeled with "Save". My original thoughts were to bring this "Save" button across all ...
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Filtering Tables/Grids vs Sorting Tables/Grids

What are the advantages and disadvantages with filtering and sorting tables. Are there specific situations where one is preferred over the other?
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Open page in Parent, Tab or Pop-Up

I'm working on an application with a lot of user functionality and navigation which stems from the ability to create, edit,update,delete (C.R.U.D) the majority of objects/entities. My question is, ...
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How much customisation should be permitted?

The team I work in are in charge of approving and creating new team document storage/collaboration microsites for business areas within the company. These are currently being offered as SharePoint ...
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Why do call centers suck so much, and why do people hate them? [closed]

Question: Why do people hate call centers? What is it about call centers that make them a user experience nightmare? Call centers are clearly an effective means of doing business, otherwise they ...
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About building Q&A system, should we allow user to modify their Q & A, or user can only do “Add Only” when posting Q & A?

Let say we want to build QA system like Stackoverflow, and I wonder whether "we should allow user to modify their Q & A, or user can only "Add Only" when posting Q or A?" -Option 1: User can ...
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Best practices for UI that introduces new users

I'm working on an onboarding UI to help new users get familiar with a web platform and I was thinking about some good ways to implement it. From what I have come across so far, it seems that many ...
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How to manage out of stock products?

Context: Apparel E-commerce On my category page, should I advise my visitors that the product is out of stock on a roll-over product description or should I indicate it once my visitors arrive in the ...
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Is the comment area of a news story a distraction to the user?

i mean, include a area to comments in a news can make the reader forget the read content? as you know, Comment areas are full of conversations fleeing subject, hate speech,trolls and much more, so, it ...
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what is the list for list of sexual orientation options in a dating website?

males and females sexual orientations in a terminology that is easy for the user to select them. Exmple .male straight , female straight including gay and lesbian and other kinds. please i am ...
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When user “A” comments on the blog of user “B”, should we notify a message into a “SENT Message Box” of user “A”?

I am building an app that allows users to comment blog of other user. Each user will have their own message box. Let see this example: User "A" sent a message "your blog is great" to a blog "Life is ...
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How to avoid error messages in form validation? [closed]

Too many error messages will confuse the user. Is there any simple method to overcome validation?
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How do users react to Bootstrap's uneditable-input class?

Bootstrap supplies a class .uneditable-input, which can be applied to a span/label/text/etc to mimic the appearance of a disabled text input. Bootstrap describes it as: "Uneditable inputs: Present ...
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Are there any letters/numbers that should be avoided in an ID?

For example, an image upload site that gives you a 5 digit ID for your file (domain.com/aCd5y) Should any letters/digits not be used in the final ID, to make it easier for people to read and share ...
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Are there any studies to support choosing either ascending or descending pricing tables for better conversion?

Currently I'm considering whether it is better to have the prices for my company as descending (i.e. starting with the highest) or ascending. The table is laid out horizontally and there are already ...
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Mobile Site - Content Star Rating

Is there a best practice or good example showing how a 5-star rating interaction would display on a mobile website for rating content? See example below:
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Better UI for exchanging blocks up and down

I have developed a UI as shown below: Now I want to add a functionality to this UI that if user wants to exchange positions of if and else if blocks, he must be able to do that. One option could be ...
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What is the best way to hide a Honeypot Captcha?

I was looking for alternatives to the use of captcha due to its annoyance to users especially because they're getting more and more difficult to solve for us, the humans. So I found out that a ...
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What's the best way to ask for consent to log usage information?

Does anybody know of best practices for obtaining user consent to log their usage info? The ideal solution would encourage the user to say yes to the logging and make sure they're well informed about ...
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How to design a registration proccess for a multiprofile site? ( one user - more than one profile )

Dear experts I want to know your opinion on registration process for a multi user site which has more than one profile. For example, say we have a site which has different roles. Developer Seller ...
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Automatically end an exam when the test taker achieves the minimum passing score?

And possibly even end the exam automatically when the user has enough wrong answers early enough? My "written" learner's permit exam was on a computer. There were 20 items, and I got stopped right ...
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Thermostat UIs make me guess and think too hard

Every digital thermostat panel I've come across - just HORRENDOUS! There's a temperature display. Fine. There's an up and down arrow. First thought, it's to change the temperature. Good. There's the ...
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Will I confuse users by making my whole site HTTPS?

I'd like to make every page on my site load through HTTPS by default (less hassle at my end, personally I prefer HTTPS if given a choice as a user). However, I'm concerned that seeing the HTTPS icon ...
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Context-switches & integration of workflows to avoid them

I've been searching everywhere I know for research concerning the topics listed below, but have been unable to find anything specific. The best I can come up with is general literature. Specifically I ...
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How to observe users without seeing confidential data

My team's application lets users share files in the cloud. It's a bit like Dropbox, but our product encrypts everything to ensure security and privacy. It's intended for business users who need to let ...
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Do you know any good source for human-robot interactions?

"In most cases, user experience design (UX or UXD or UED) fully encompasses traditional human-computer interaction (HCI) design, and extends it by addressing all aspects of a product or service as ...
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How obvious does an icon need to be for young readers to click to “read more”?

I have a photoblog that I am building, the prototype is on CodePen. The focus in photos, but I also wanted to include a brief set of details. But I wanted this to be unobtrusive for power users that ...
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Why is it an industry-standard to have a window automatically grab focus and how do we change it? (in Windows at least)

Why is it an industry-standard to have a windows automatically grab focus? From a usability point of view, why is it considered "good practice" for a desktop application to grab (more like hijack) ...
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How to encourage users to discover software functionalities?

A perceived advantage of graphical user interfaces over text user interfaces is the ability they give to the user to explore the set of functionalities available and exposed through menus and icons. ...
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Studies about how many lines from a testimonial a user will read on home page

I am building a home page for one of our products and researching how to integrate testimonial section. In my first prototype, I have 3 sentences which makes 6 lines on a tablet. My thought is ...
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How to maintain a total of 100%

I'm working on a OSX desktop application for rebalancing investment portfolios. I have a screen where the user can input his desired target allocation for different sectors (US equities, Bonds, ...
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Should I provide login functionality in mobile version?

I am working on a mobile version of the new website for my company, if users visit my website on a mobile device/tablet, they will be asked whether the visitor wants to go to the mobile version or the ...
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What's the point behind badges? Do they make the UX more pleasant?

I'm designing badges for a client's app (when users get a certain number of points, they get a badge). It seems like badges are used in nearly every type of challenge/game app. I understand that it's ...
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The side help bar is being missed by our users. How do I refuse a screen judder?

I'm designing a page which has a side help drawer for users. I.e. the users click on the 'help' text on the right hand side, and a drawer flies in from the right. The page is long so the 'help' drawer ...
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Studies about yellow increasing readership of technical materials?

I have read contradictory opinions on this topics. In general it is thought that yellow is an intellectual color. The problem is that most of the "studies" seem very pseudo-scientific. Some point out ...
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Percent vs. Numeric Values for Voting Systems

I plan on building a voting system for rating objects using a thumbs up or a thumbs down. The question is this does it entice users to vote more when viewing the total amount of votes represented as a ...
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iOS: Best way to present and receive user input?

Background: I'm building an app that uses the camera to overlay objects (helmets, glasses, etc) over people's faces. I'm building a simple algorithm that checks if people are wearing glasses. ...
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If a checkout fails, should I still create a user's account?

As part of our checkout process, if you don't exist as a user in the system, you're prompted to create a username and password as one of the steps of the process. Let's say this happens at the ...
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How can I ensure users understand how to answer SMS correctly?

I work on a CRM system for healthcare and there's a feature where we send an SMS to a patient reminding her of some scheduled consultation. The patient can then answer the SMS with either "yes" or ...
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How useful are heat maps when learning about a small user base?

I just started a new project and I have a very small user base of 50-100 users for a specialized web application. I believe that using heat map data along with analytics will help me get a better ...
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Would it be risky to gamify school?

I feel that gamification could help kids to get engaged with their courses. There is probably lots of ways to make school enjoyable and it's even more obvious when you look at stackexchange platforms. ...
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Should I design the UI for other people's taste or my own?

While implementing an interface, should I consider what I like myself or what people might prefer? I believe, generally speaking, people don't have good taste and what I design might not seem good to ...
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Disabled button or enabled button with potential error message for actions with complex logic behind?

Say I have a button for a complex state machine which can be disabled for a number of reasons. I feel if I run some business logic CanActionBeDoneNow() and simply disable the button if it returns ...