A web app(lication) uses technologies such as javascript, CSS, and HTML5 and is executed in a web browser.

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Web app UI to fit in to a mobile screen

There is a web app that has a UI like this. Let's call this the estimate builder. The user can add as many estimate items as he wants by clicking the blue button at top right with a plus sign. Also ...
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Add Another Item - best pattern for modals

For this application I am designing, we need to add one or many items to a grid. We have chosen to add the items via a modal dialog due to complexity in certain scenarios that would not be possible ...
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Mobile First for Enterprise Applications?

I'm working on a fairly complex Enterprise Web-Application which will mostly be used with desktop computers. However, it also needs to work with mobiles and tablets, although this will be less common. ...
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Is “user-select: none” bad UX?

I was having a discussion today with a colleague. I showed her "user-select: none" - a CSS property that stops a user from selecting text. To me, this property allowed a more app-like experience to ...
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Switch to realname from username [duplicate]

I'm the only backend developer for a Drupal site and we seldom encounter technical difficulties. The last one was with an AJAX call and to resolve that, I suggested we switch to realname from ...
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User-friendly date interval/duration input

I'm building a configuration page for a web application and some of the parameters are durations. Most of these durations are in days but there are some that might be specified in weeks, hours, or ...
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Grouping and present a part of the form as optional

I have a "create project" screen. Here the user may choose to add members to his project. I.e adding members is optional and can be added later too. But i want to present him an option to do and start ...
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Screen layout for a form with research space

I'm building an application that will present a form to a user. In order to fill out the form, the user does a quick bit of research. Typically this involves jumping between a few documents, with ...
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What do you expect to see when you click an order's item?

we are building a site in which you can purchase products, virtual products and virtual courses. Now the 'My Purchases' page got some complications. We are displaying the orders in a table with the ...
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Best way to switch views inside widget?

I am building a web application, and I am currently using Floating Action Buttons in the bottom right hand corner of certain predefined widgets to toggle between a main view and a settings view as ...
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Should we use the 3x3 9-dots icon as an apps menu?

As the web continues to evolve and more complex applications emerge, there is a need to let the user quickly navigate between applications. This action is different from the navigation menu we see ...
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Shortcut to save a document?

With the offline programs the convention (at least in English) is to type Ctrl+S to save a document. However, in many online web(app)s the convention is to type Ctrl+Enter to submit the current form, ...
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Does apply 'mystery meat navigation' to sidemenus on web applications?

Recently I noticed several popular web applications which go for sidebar navigation without labels. E.g. Evernote or Taiga Is it ok for sidebars? As most users will use those applications several ...
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Should number input fields also include dividers { . - }?

When we sign in to our online bank we often use our social security number which from the government has a dash in it. As in YYMMDD-XXXX (for Swedish). And when we want to transfer money from our ...
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What to do if the requirements for an action are suddenly not met anymore?

On a website users (members or guests) can play a browser game against other players. Members can choose between two actions: They create a new game and wait for other users to join. They join a ...
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What behaviour is acceptable for checking data back in when a browser window is closed?

I am designing a tool within a webpage where users can check out a dataset, make changes to it, then check the data back in so that another user can work on it. I have covered the eventualities of ...
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Providing a user with the option of a drop down or a custom entry textbox on a web form?

On a web form I'm currently working on there are several places where there is a drop down of common entries, and a text-box below which a user can enter a custom entry type. I'm at a loss as to how ...
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Where to redirect after inviting someone?

We have 3 states for Users: Active, Invited and Disabled. Each user with the specific state is broken into a different tab. For example: download bmml source – Wireframes created with ...
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How to manage a dashboard displaying resources production/consumption?

Let me explain the context. The user has a list of Factories. Each Factory produce 1 to 5 Resources. For producing a resource, the factory consume 1 to 3 resources. I need to give an overview of all ...
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Best way to show the user a div have more details, will be shown upon click - arrow/grid icon/'>>'/'more details'?

I have Four divs on my homepage. Every div is showing a number and a indicator. But I have further details for each of the div which will be shown upon user click. Now I want to know what is the best ...
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Low feature usage on desktop - should I keep it?

I have geo-lookup feature that we implemented primarily for mobile users as their use case requires it. But on desktop the feature works in a similar way but the users just type in a location. The ...
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Which is clearer - cog/spanner/wrench icon for desktop website settings, or a text label?

Building a web-based tool which will really only be viewed on a desktop web browser (due to a restricted corporate environment). Trying to keep it as minimal as possible with no superfluous features. ...
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Which button form is better from a user experience perspective? Rounded or Boxed?

Could either be confused as labels? Any other criteria to consider?
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JavaScript driven apps that don't use hyperlinks for most actions. Isn't is super annoying? [closed]

I see a glaring issue in many popular implementations of the modern web app -- not using hyperlinks for all actions. Steam is definitely the worst offender I have experienced so far. If you have ever ...
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How to present users with multiple service options?

We currently have a marketplace that allows users to create a project, enter specs and service providers fulfill the service. We want to show a new option on our website which is to provide a ...
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Enterprise web application - lots of data and tabs

We have an enterprise web application that has lots of data, currently separated into different tabs. Usually, the user access the data from a list view. We are considering using a Windowed ...
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Interface for selecting based on two fields

I have a web application that has several select lists, some of them are plural and some of them are singular and user should select just one item. In both cases users should be able to choose their ...
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Payment Received/Outstanding Interface

We're working on an internal tool to show and edit the status of payments received. To give you an idea: Is there a better way to represent this? Each row is associated with an item and there ...
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How to compactly present several graphs

I'd like to present my user with several pre-defined different graphs (of different data), while not taking up too much space. My initial try was to aim to use small tabs, but hallway testing found ...
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Encourage users to Like/Dislike proposals

I am working on a marketplace for which clients get constant proposals from service providers. The proposals usually include an image, description and price. A large number of the clients browse ...
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Is it better to use a Yes/No question or offer the actual values?

Which radio option is better for a web application in real estate? Choice A) List property publicly? ( ) Yes. Make the property viewable from my home page. ( ) No. Hide the property from my home ...
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Redesigning workflow of bidding application to reduce cognitive load

I am currently working on a pet project to port and redesign a native Windows-based app onto the web. It acts as a booking aggregator, providing a platform for service operators to bid, share, and ...
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The best way to show several related tables

I have three or four connected tables, and I really wonder what's the best way to lay them out in a page? One table is for Roles. Second table is for Users. Each role might have several users and ...
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When entering data, should the user be authenticated on clicking “Create” or “Save”?

Having the two options: Check if user authenticated upon "Save" button click (when the input dialog is shown and filled in with the data) Check if user authenticated upon "Create" button click ...
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UI pattern: assign to list + details

assigning items to a list is well-known UI pattern and is already discussed at ux.se. Example: download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups The case I've stumbled on ...
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How do you allow users to undo actions when the application supports autosave

Many web applications adopt the 'autosave' design pattern for a number of different reasons. One of them is so that changes are not lost when users have completed a number of tasks or actions and ...
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Enterprise scale Responsive Hierarchal Multiselect?

I have a question and I've searched all over the web for some inspiration but all the solutions are either unwieldy (the server load would be attrocious) or would blow out a user's eyes with the ...
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Simple or Complex Workflow Choices

My question is much along the lines of this one: When is it appropriate to use a complex interface, and when we should keep things simple? I am by no means a designer; in fact, the company I work for ...
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Users not recognizing tabs

I have a website typingspellingmath.tk and usually when I show someone the webpage they will not recognize the text on the top is links. What can I do to make users recognize the links such as color ...
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Why aren't ellipses used for web applications?

In many desktop applications, it is common to use the "..." to signify that the user should continue one or more steps to achieve some final outcome, as evidenced by this post (and others like it): ...
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From a UX point of view, what is the preferred way to develop cross platform apps in 2015? [closed]

My organization is looking to develop a cross-platform application. I see that there are a large number of frameworks available that translate javascript of HTML5 code into native apps for iOS, ...
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Showing Notifications on the UI on main page of Website

I want to show the notifications as response of every user action (e.g. configuration added in database, cant load data for selected conf. , server disconnected etc) on my website's main page. What ...
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Should I display progress bar for completed jobs?

I have a webapp with list of background jobs (interface is similar to this template). It displays progress bar on each job. Queued jobs have indeterminate style, running have some percentage and ...
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How to bring the detail view into a sidebar

I have an sidebar similar to this example Home Objects Management* Foo Bar Baz Objects > Management is basically a list of all objects. Each object has a detail view. Workflow: Navigate to ...
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How to add many date ranges

I'm currently sketching a report module. The options for one value you can add are: - Object ex New York Office - Device ex My Awesome Weather Station - Value ...
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Mobile web should have different design for iOS and Android? [duplicate]

I've been developing a new hybrid app and as a web-app it is supported in both android and iPhone phones which can be seen here: http://www.fitnessmealplanner.com The question is: due to people ...
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Log in: username + password, or pin-code

For online services handling economic transactions, which login method has the best conversion rates: Username/e-mail and password E-mail/phone-number & a link sent to the user (like Swedish ...
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Displaying System Generated Placeholder

In the process of converting some legacy desktop applications to the web. The majority of the screens are simply managing data associated to a key field. For example, a contact id and then the ...
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Responsive vs adaptive vs fixed size video player

I am thinking to create browser plugin/extension to play videos over the webpage but from user experience point of view I am having doubt regarding size of player. Shall I keep it: Responsive : so ...
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Website Hierarchical / Dropdown Menu Best Practices?

I'm trying to understand the best way to communicate to users via website navigation menus, and in particular multi-level menus. As the world is going more mobile, so goes the web. Websites are ...