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0answers
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Visual comprehension of inclined line [migrated]

Here is a straight line, which visually looks like a straight line: Line below, at first look (lets say minimum 2-3 sec.) looks like straight line but after some time you can see that it is ...
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2answers
105 views

Showing users what kind of content is behind a link (popups)

I've been developing a website which contains quite some links inside a text block. Clicking one of those links will open a popup with one of these types of content: image video exercise translation ...
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0answers
76 views

Why does Amazon Smile require accessing a separate URL? [closed]

I am doing some shopping on Amazon and a dialog box came up with this text: Remember, start at smile.amazon.com to support American Red Cross. Amazon donates a portion of eligible purchases made ...
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15answers
13k views

Why don’t we remove door handles and let doors open both ways (inwards, outwards)?

In browsing the site today, I came across a question about doors somewhat related to something I’ve been wondering for a LONG LONG time: Why don’t we remove all door handles and let doors open both ...
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2answers
66 views

How To Convince [duplicate]

In a current project I am working on the stakeholders seem to think that functionality is king. While I agree that functionality is important it is only one factor in the success of a software ...
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3answers
313 views

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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4answers
91 views

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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1answer
132 views

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 ...
1
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4answers
115 views

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 ...
5
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3answers
188 views

How to convince client to categorize personal stuff in MyAccount

We're doing an entire redesign of a website of a bank. (I made a simple scheme of the IA with some main categories -Insurance, Loans, CC, Bank accounts- in reality it's a bit more complicated) In ...
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3answers
88 views

Ask for time of arrival in a restaurant before or after the lunch's choice? [web app]

For a university project I have to design a web app which allows to pre-order the lunch in a restaurant. The brief asks to indicate the time of arrival and the number of people, in addition to the ...
0
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3answers
314 views

What would be the best way of combining these two UIs?

I'm in the process of redeveloping a "request seat" page for a taxi sharing application that I am working on. Users can request a seat on a booking made by another user - this page allows them to view ...
3
votes
1answer
156 views

What UI elements would improve my booking page? [closed]

I'm in the process of redeveloping a "request seat" page for a taxi sharing application that I am working on. Users can request a seat on a booking made by another user - this page allows them to view ...
1
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1answer
177 views

What factors are the most influential in the usability and UX of a mobile app, that utilizes crowd sourced information? [closed]

When creating a mobile application that uses crowd sourced information, what factors influence the usability and UX. So in my case the information has already been crowd sourced by users of the ...
26
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6answers
982 views

Does a self-learning UI make sense?

Let's say we have an application with 50 functions. Six of them are directly accessible as top menu items, the rest is accessible via sub-menus or sub-menus of sub-menus. While working with the ...
2
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2answers
472 views

difference between liking and following something

I am curious if there is a consensus to what could be considered the substantive differences between liking something and following it. It seems following is for users that you are not friends with ...
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3answers
262 views

single account creation page vs progressive step by step approach?

I am bit confused on which approach to take, the issue is we have 2 major sections, one is asking for user profile information - just 4 optional fields and the other is about user preferences to ...
2
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2answers
118 views

Tab to whole item group or button within item group?

This is my first post in User Experience, so hopefully this is the right place for my question. It's a question there may not be a definitive answer to, but hopefully someone might be able to help ...