A user is an agent, either a human agent (end-user) or software agent, who uses a computer or network service. Someone who uses the UI as opposed to someone developing it.

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disable ALL cookie warnings [closed]

What might be an effective way to universally block or auto-accept all cookie warning banners before the web browser shows them? Eg. Does a userscript (Greasefire/Tampermonkey) exist find and thwart ...
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Navigation: category pages (each describing briefly all the n. products of that category) are evil?. And how would you test without real users?

Suppose you have to design a website that shows 3 kinds of product and each category has up to 4 differente products. In the main menu you have the 3 dropdown menus each labeled with the relative ...
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UX & psychology [closed]

What, if any books / blogs or white papers are there for pyschology with UX? Mainly books that deal with principles such as scaricity, framing, authority & salience. Any help would be greatly ...
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How to display 256MB of data in a user-acceptable time?

Currently we have a buffer that is 256MB of data. Displaying all that at once is out the question since it will take a long, long time. I thought of dividing the 256MB in chuncks of 64MB each, then ...
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questions at the end of a user study (an online simple game) to see if they enjoyed the study or not [closed]

I have a question. I am running a user study which is a simple online game. I am looking for a set of standard questions to ask the users at the end of the study to see if they enjoyed the study or ...
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How to build a site targetet to well paid male company managers [closed]

I'm building a global web site that is targeted to well-paid male company managers. In what way should this user profile direct my user interface decisions? For example they will not have much time ...
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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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UI customisation principles and guidelines

I am working on a project that requires catering for a large number personas and scenarios. Key to meeting these needs is a UI that provides a customised experience. I was wondering if there is any ...
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How should adding a title be presented in a blog post editor?

I'm currently making a blog, and the blog will use markdown for posts. Adding a title with markdown could be confusing for some, so I'd like to have a button that says, for instance, Add Title, but ...
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What is the best way to let users understand what widget's function about?

Ok, let say u developing an application, there are a lot of widgets on it like (CheckBox, RadioButton, Button, List....) Sometimes the name of widgets telling what it is about. Ex: There 2 ...
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What are good online resources for testing designs of an IPhone app? [closed]

I am looking for a tool/website that I can use to test my IPhone designs on my current users, I'd like this tool/website to upload my new designs and have a dedicated link where I can share it with my ...
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Best “Cycle” for developing new products?

Given that everyone has their own "nitch" or style for developing new products/applications, I was wondering if there is an ideal cycle that most ux professionals like to follow? This could be ...
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What user research data is available on Twitter Bootstrap? [closed]

Has anyone come across any user research or done studies that can show improvement in usability and user experience using the Twitter Bootstrap framework? I would especially be interested in the real ...
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Show “Log In” or “Sign up” after adding items to a cart for an e commerce site?

I'm working on an e-commerce site and I would like to know after the user has added one or more items to his cart and is not logged in he will be directed to a page. Will this page be the "login page" ...
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How to source the initial requirements for an app?

I have an app idea but do not know how to do an initial requirements documentation. Do I do a survey based on what features I think would be good? Do I do a competitive analysis? I have no budget to ...
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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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Optimizing the selection process [closed]

I am developing a mobile application in which the user selects the fields that s/he wants to enter information into. At the moment, I have two screens - one for selecting the fields and other for ...
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What is the user centric business development model?

I've been asked to describe a user centric business development model to a lay person. I say it is: Research user behaviours > model users and workflows > define requirements and business needs > ...
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How to do User Research when interviews are impossible?

User Research is the heart of UCD and UX, most of time my clients requesting my job as UX Specialist "Remotely", and I wonder what is the best working methodology to do User Research when interviews ...
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Questions relevant to User Permissions / Feature Flags?

I'm currently working on a user permissions project for a SaaS product. It will be used to manage multiple users within our product and needs to obviously have some sort of hierarchal system to assign ...
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Is using rounded and cornered icons in the same menu a bad practice?

Title says it all. I don't know what to do. I am neither able to find the right icon pack, nor I am able to design them myself. I've been looking for icons since the morning. Is that a bad practice ...
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Is User Psychology similar to the use of empathy?

So I've been doing some read up about UX hoping to firm up my base as a UX practitioner and was just wondering and thinking if User Psychology is similar to the use of empathy. Understanding that a ...
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100% width user's profile cover photo?

I just wonder whether anyone or services allows a user to have a 100% width profile cover photo like these examples I found on Dribbble. I want to try to put this feature into my one of my projects. ...
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Is it advisable to combine a single- with a multi-page site?

I'm not sure what this is called, but when a site's navigation takes you to the relevant section on the same page that the navigation is on. Here's an example (click "Home" at the bottom): ...
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Start by search or define the function you need first?

The project I am working with is a desktop application linked to a database system. This application is used to search for a record and either update information or utilise some of the information ...
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Reasons to use traditional next button over Infinite Scrolling [duplicate]

To browse through the various pages , Infinite Scrolling has been touted as a better alternative to the traditional next page icon because of a better user experience. It much easier to scroll down ...
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Recommend approach to create a form that needs to show unlimited rows

I'm designing a form web page where users need to insert data. Part of the form is the main form information but there is another part that takes unknown number of entered rows. Here is an example. ...
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Drastic (promotional) design changes within the same website; recommendations on points to make to push back?

Am getting brought into a discussion where a Marketing team wants to have a big dedicated page with completely different branding colors to promote one section of a website (bold blacks and garish ...
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What is the job of a UX designer? [duplicate]

Just wondering how would fellow UX designers phrase the job scope of a UX designer as. Share your thoughts :) As for me, I think a UX designer's job is to design for people's gut feeling of using ...
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What types of users would use an asset management website?

What are some key types of users who would use an asset management/ investment portfolio website? What kind of information do they expect to see? What intentions would they have? Please provide some ...
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Translating progress /navigation bar in questionnaire into good mobile ux experience

I have a series of questions, aimed at being an enjoyable experience, with a nice solution for the desktop already worked out, using a styled navigation bar, which doubles as a progress bar for the ...
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How to recruit engaged users for mobile apps usability study?

We're looking at redesigning our mobile app and we are also looking at adding new features. To evaluate some of the ideas, I'll need to recruit users that are familiar with the app and/or users who ...
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Filtering results in a given radius

I have the following structure on the server : Parent -> child object. I have around 30-40 parents which each parent has 1-10 childs. A user can search children at a given point in a given a radius, ...
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How to triangulate web metrics data?

I'm working on redesigning an old e-commerce website. After running a few qualitative user research studies, three designs were identified to be AB tested. The basic data seems inconclusive based on ...
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Numeric Keypads [duplicate]

I've always wondered why some devices have numerical keypads with the '1' in the upper left (like a telephone) and others have the '1' in the lower left (microwaves, etc). Are there different names ...
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How to prepare “user task” table for usability testing?

Nancy J. Wahl's article: student-run usability testing mentioned 8 steps for preparation of usability testing. Not to forget that he adopted them from Branghan's website. The third step is to ...
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The right to remove an account, or change the username [duplicate]

The way web services handle account information, and allow (or disallow) account deletion, and respect their user's privacy is certainly a big part of the User Experience. As an experiment, I'm ...
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Why would a company change it's landing page based on a user's operating system? [closed]

I was on www.Zillow.com today and I noticed that the landing page differs on both Windows XP and Windows 8 versus my Macbook Air running OS X 10.9; all running the latest version of firefox. Why would ...