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Starting a personal UX project? [closed]

So, I am an aspiring UX Designer and I want to start building up my portfolio and getting some UX design experience. But, the problem is, I don't know where to start. A lot of people have told me ...
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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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Whether the security verification code in sign-up form is user-friendly? [duplicate]

Am redesigning my sign-up form, some users feel bored with filling security field. Is really the Security verification code is user-friendly?
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Why is the textbox for posting tweets at the bottom of twitter's new Android UI?

Inspired by this question here. I recently updated my twitter app and as I was scrolling up through my feed, I wanted to post something. After about 30 straight seconds of scanning the top of the ...
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Hamburger menu for desktop website

I'm working on a new version of a corporate website. As it stands, it has about 6 different sections. Each of those sections have between 3 to 6 sub-pages. My nav is at the top of the page and looks a ...
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Apart from safety, has there been any research conducted, hopefully current, with respect to user-experience and right- vs left-hand traffic?

Background The terms right-hand traffic and left-hand traffic refer to regulations requiring all bidirectional traffic, unless otherwise directed, to keep either to the right or the left side of ...
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What do dark and light dashboards communicate to users?

There are a couple of closely related answers about this on here, but none that gets to the question I'm asking. Outside of a what a user brings to a design (preconceptions, mental models, etc.) ...
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Why is the input field always at the bottom of a chat window?

It seems like the input field for writing your messages in a chat application is always placed at the bottom of the conversation. Do we have any argument for this seen in a UX perspective?
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Innovative pie chart? Is there any graph that can be used instead of pie chart?

I have been trying to find solution for coming up with a better pie chart for couple of reasons. Overlaying #% (text) on top of tiny portion of piechart wasn't really working in my opinion. Also, ...
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How to display design on a 3D iphone in adobe illustrator [closed]

I want to display my responsive design using the following aproaches :- http://gdj.gdj.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Mobile-App-UX-Design.jpg and ...
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UX question for pricing packages pages

On pricing package pages if we are giving the customer an option to customize the price for the package what's the best way it should be handled to give the best user experience for the user? I ...
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I am a domain expert and programmer. How do I work with UX, UI, HTML/CSS designers?

Apologies for the long, quasi-confessional, but I am really feeling a bit lost here. I am a domain expert and experienced programmer. For the last four years, I've managed the development of a ...
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Vertical alignment of credit card date fields

Echoing my answer to Is it a bad idea to have all credit card fields on one horizontal line?, there is much evidence that suggests that vertically aligned fields and labels are the best way to layout ...
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Is it a bad idea to have all credit card fields on one horizontal line?

My checkout form is a bit long and I don't like it, so I placed credit card fields on one line. Is it a bad idea to have all the fields on one line horizontally like the image below?
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Lightbox Gallery Thumbnail Indicators

I have a CMS-based website with the ability to add lightbox galleries to blog posts. Galleries can have one or more images and will be represented in the body of the post by a thumbnail of the first ...
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Designing a main activity

My Android app has about 5-6 main actions such as messages, photos, etc. I am trying to design a main activity that will link to those actions and I'm not sure how should it be designed. I have ...
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Can Information Architects and UX Designers work as separate profiles?

I'm just very recently working as a UX Designer and loving my job but learning still a lot about it. My main focus lies with design while a large part of it is usability, which I like as well. I was ...
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Displaying search results for large hierarchical data

We have large hierarchical data which we would like the users to allow search on. The problem we are facing is in displaying the results. The search results can occur at any level and we would like to ...
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Text alignment for display of business opening hours

There's a great question about the input of opening hours but I want to ask specifically about displaying opening hours. What is the most readable text alignment to use for displaying opening hours? ...
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Papers about UX of POS (Points of sale) and Cash management system [closed]

For my graduate thesis I have to study the UX of POS and typical cash management system used by restaurants. Do you know if are there any resources available online (or not) about these topics?I don't ...
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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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Better alternative for readonly information in input box

I have this form where the topmost row (File #, Patient & Med.Aid) is readonly. Input boxes in this row are readonly and the cursor turns to "banned" icon on hovering those fields. I can't find a ...
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What is the minimum font size for an Ecommerce header [closed]

I'm dealing with my art director to redesign one of my website and more specifically the header of one of those. My websites are in web responsive and i'd like to know if there is any specification ...
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Dark admin theme - is it wise?

Would it be wise to create a dark-themed admin screen? As in not just the header/footer/menu area is dark (eg, black / dark grey), but the areas where content are as well. Does it put more strain on ...
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How will you explain responsive web design to a potential employer? [duplicate]

I have been working as a UI/ UX engineer for more than three years. Three years aren't enough to have great knowledge but I have good knowledge on giving the user a good visual experience and a good ...
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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 ...
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50% of the site responsive / 50% old vs. the whole site is old

This may sound like a daft question, but here it goes. Faced with a challenge of turning a really old hand-coded website that is left-centered and feels/looks 1990s into a responsive site (using ...
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Should shortcut keys (such as Ctrl+A) be global when switching a program into another language?

When I switch to another language rather than English in Libra Office I can't select my whole text with CTRL+A, because now I have switched to non-English language. Isn't it better to select text ...
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UX designers tools [closed]

I'd like to ask you guys, what tools are you using when creating great user experience for mobile apps or websites. I don't mean Mac/PC software like Axure or Balsamiq. I mean paper/pen tools. Do you ...
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Designing for a knowledge base that keeps evolving?

I work for a university system, whose faculty/staff splits time between hand-coding websites, and using a Drupal CMS. I have been tasked to help them learn the CMS, since it's not native to about 80% ...
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What does visual center mean?

I keep seeing "set the visual center," but all I can do is assume they mean set the style of a project, but I hate to assume. Any thoughts? Edit: It was in a role description. Google turns up ...
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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 ...
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UI/UX interface book [duplicate]

Can any one suggest me some books for basic userinterface and userexperience with simple english and good examples
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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 ...
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How to increase trust and security feeling when collecting bank information

I have a site that needs to collect a user's bank username/password. This is obviously a big hurdle for someone to get over but we have to do that. I'm looking for ways, visually & textually, to ...
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Alternative method of displaying notification alert to user with awkward icons

Due to the awkward nature of my notification icon, I've been forced to settle with a red dot near the notifications icon, which seems less than ideal from a UX point of view particularly because it ...
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My checkin dialog for members is too complex (membership web app)

I'm trying to improve my checkin dialog, because it think it's too cluttered. I think that all of this information is required, but it isn't shown in a simple way that isn't confusing the user. So ...
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Should I combine our admin and reporting interface?

We are a software company that provides some great products, managed by an outdated admin site. We want to re-design the admin site and create a toolbox for our clients that helps us report the data ...
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Ideal design for large form [closed]

In my current project I'm working with a lot of large forms. Below is an example of one of them. In trying to keep it clean and make use of the available space the following layout has been suggested. ...
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When are customer journey maps useful?

How do I find data to build customer journey maps? I ran some surveys but I don't think that survey answers are useful enough to build a customer journey map. I don't have enough emotional data, but ...
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How do you decide what features to include in an app? [closed]

I am working on a mobile app with a developer. We want to keep the app simple, but I am more interested in making it an enjoyable/easier experience for the user verses only providing the nuts and ...
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Android mobile app design conventions [closed]

I'm currently designing UI/UX of a mobile app for android. I'm now stuck with not knowing where to start. Are there any layout, aligning style conventions for android design like in IOS? I have looked ...
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How to design for people not willing to learn?

During quite a few usability tests in the past I have noticed the following: A test person gets a simple task to achieve. Lets say "Book a flight from A to C via B". He should then fulfill the task ...
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How to handle “consistency” when the meaning of the word isn't…consistent?

We are currently beta testing a new top bar design on meta for the Stack Exchange network. There is an ongoing discussion about "consistency" and the top bar behavior when one clicks on an element. ...
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Is there a term for a smart text field that provides a different experience based on the content entered into the text field?

I'm designing an experience that will require a text field to "recognize" content and instantly direct users to different paths from the same point (same text field & CTA) based on the text ...
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How to better display a big block of text in a form

I have the following situation: I have to implement a form for a web app with several file upload inputs, that need a rather large block of text next to them (as in the screenshot below). The problem ...
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Multiple selection filter

I am working on a design, however I have hit a bit of a roadblock on a multiple selection filter. There are set filter options to chose from, so the list will not be very long. I have created a basic ...
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How can we have usability and UX tests around PAN (personal area network) gadgets interfaces?

Our gadgets around us are changing and I think that it will continue for a while. I really wonder if there is a nice example about usability and overall experience testing methods for Personal area ...
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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 ...
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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 ...