Website design involves the structure of websites, information architecture, the layout and pages, and the conceptual design.

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How should I indicate read vs unread messages?

Here's the table: I don't think the icons in the 'Read?' column are truly clear as to whether or not a message has been read. Am I wrong? I can change the column header, use different icons, or ...
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Multiple dropdowns in the header section

I would like to have the ability to filter content based on countries. Countries have been divided into different groups based on geolocations as regions, cultural habitats, climatic situations. I ...
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Do users object to homepages which contain a full section consisting of a contact form?

I've recently had users test a prototype for a new portfolio site for my company. The homepage is almost like a one-page site in that it has distinct sections, although each section links to another, ...
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Sign up with Google/Facebook/Twitter/LinkedIn

I have been trying to figure out which sign up buttons would be the best. For me it would be important to get real information, so I thought that signing up with Google and LinkedIn is the best ...
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SE: User Experience - appropriate for interface design review? [migrated]

I'm a web developer and interface designer, and for the improvement of my development structure and practice, I can go to SE's Code Review. However, even more than I focus on the quality of back-end ...
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Why do websites tend to ask for phone numbers, even with no reason to call? [on hold]

I was filling out for an instant redeemable form for a gym membership. The form is printed out right on the next page, and there's no reason why they'd need a phone number to call me. Basically, if ...
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Why internet explorer is being used by many users [on hold]

I want to ask WHY INTERNET EXPLORER is being used by most of the users because it doesn't contain a good console, Js alerts also pops up which leaves bad impression on users , css3 transition issues ...
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Do professional web designers use Adobe software (such as Reflow) [on hold]

This may seem like a trivial question, but I'm dying to know the answer from some professional web designers. I have built a number of websites myself over the past 8 years, some of which have gone ...
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Should we trust a user's web browser to tell us the language/culture they want?

We are based in New Zealand writing a web application for NZ and Australian users initially, with prospects to expand in the future. Our application examines the Accept-Language header of the user's ...
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Scoring interface for various projects

I am working on this project where a master reviewer writes a requirement for a project and defines various criterias on which the project needs to be evaluated on. The ordinary reviewers give a score ...
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What are options for a “soft” paywall? [on hold]

Google consumer surveys is a "soft" paywall, where the user answers marketing questions to gain access to content. I have seen other soft paywalls, where the user has to watch a video ad. What are ...
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When designing and coding websites, do people usually go with the “Design in Photoshop and Slice” method or is there another way? [closed]

I've seen a lot of tutorials that design the site in like Photoshop and then slice it to code it. But, that just seems like a lot to me. I've never designed it in something like Photoshop. I've always ...
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I need suggestions for an 'undelete' icon [migrated]

Trying to come up with a undelete icon, the best ideas I've come up with so far are an upside down wastebin with rubbish underneath it. It is going to be placed on a user profile page that lists user ...
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Dropdown menu or radio buttons to represent choice [duplicate]

Our team is deciding between Checkboxes or Dropdown menu to represent a single choice the user is able to make Dropdown menu Radio Button Both options allow us to have the user make a single ...
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Colourblindness in design

I'm doing a little research to see how many people are affected by colourblindness to see if it is useful for our company to put some extra attention into our designs for those who are colourblind. ...
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How to incorporate adverts into a highly stylised website?

I have a design planned for a site I'm developing. Nothing on paper yet, it's all just a concept in my mind right now, so please bear with me! The site is sort of like a blog / news site. There will ...
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Why is the UX User Experience web site design so flat compared to other StackExchange web sites [migrated]

Compared to other web sites in StackExchange it looks quite flat: blue monocolor top bar white flat monocolor logo (the words User Experience are part of the logo instead of being text so they won't ...
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Best Practice for huge nav bar [closed]

Well I'am pretty new here. And hopes you guys out there can help me. I have got a work to recreate a website. In that i have a menu bar which contains 17-18 main menu items. The question here is to ...
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Best practice to include developer's area inside user's account options

In this concept, normal users see an option for "signing up as developer" then they would receive access to developer's options. the normal way I assume is like this: But I think of some ...
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Differentiating quick-contact and full-contact in a website design

I am designing a commercial website which is very elegant, thinking about adding a quick "sliding" contact form with the essential fields, to be available in all pages of the site, in addition to my ...
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Registration form with payment processing

I am developing a web app whereby registered users will have a dashboard where they can manage their ads, after payment... so they have to register and pay to use the app. The registration processes I ...
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Is there a recommended and consistent way of adding social buttons?

I'm developing a small website which has half a dozen static text content pages and an image gallery, with one image per page/url (a dozen now, targeting a few hundred in the long run). I want to add ...
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How should I include a multiple selection mechanism in a checklist site?

I'm building a small checklist on a website. It'll have multiple items that are able to be "completed" by checking them off the list by ticking a checkbox. However, I also want to add a multi-select ...
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Reasons to change font in websites

Recently, a series of websites (as an example I cite the following posts regarding Google and Wikipedia) decided to change their fonts. Although it seems like a harmless change (because, in most ...
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Website region selection on first visit

I am creating a new multilingual website where we have a single primary domain (.com) and the language is handled via different URL routings e.g: www.foobar.com/US/About www.foobar.com/UK/About ...
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upload an “image” or “picture”, which is the right text to convey? [closed]

Working on the feedback form with an image or picture attachment, let me know which is the right text be used?
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Login in a popup vs sidebar [closed]

I have been wondering why most of the popular websites go for displaying the login form on a popup or a separate page vs having it in the sidebar. One of the very few of them that has the login form ...
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How do you deal with multiple functionalities competing for the same keys?

For a project, we have a table of data displayed in a web browser. There are two conflicting sets of operations the user could want to perform. 1. Selecting text or cells to copy to the clipboard ...
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How to combine full-width and fixed-width pages on a website

We have a technical support website that currently features our software product documentation. All pages have the following layout: Left sidebar, with light gray background displaying a content ...
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What is the font used in scala logo [migrated]

I trying to create scala logo in HTML however could not find the font for the logo. Can someone help me with it. Following is the image URL for logo
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Responsive design for image gallery and widows

I want to create an image gallery where there are multiple series of images, and each series usually consists of 4, 6 or 8 images. Normally, the images are 200px wide with margin included plus there's ...
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Does empty space really keep users from scrolling?

I'm re-designing a website and some of the feedback so far is that users may get lost because there's whitespace between sections of content. (Actually, it's not always white space, there's a variance ...
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How to provide the best UX for 2 similar brands? [closed]

My point : I have 2 apparel brands and same owner; They have their own identity. One product range could link one to the other. For instance, I have two separate websites. Examples of universal ...
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Is it better to use a Likert scale or Semantic Differential for gathering attitudes towards pages?

For gathering users' emotional reactions to web pages via a survey, a researcher could use either a Likert scale (e.g., Agree Strongly - Agree Somewhat - Indifferent - Disagree Somewhat - Disagree ...
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How Intuitive are basic string pattern matching?

I want to convey to my users that they can use as a string whatever pattern that looks like this: *.com is this understood by the general public to mean a domain ending with .com? Can I count on ...
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Launching Another App

Is it bad practice to launch a webpage in Safari from your iOS app? It seems to have its pro's and con's. Pros The transition to Safari looks better than to an in-app browser Users are more ...
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Must identical divs have the same height and aquantity of text [migrated]

I am designing a one-page website with three sections. In the mid section, I have a layout like in the picture below. The dynamic text will differ but still would love to maintain the same height ...
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Do users know that clicking the logo on a website will take them to home page? [duplicate]

I had a discussion with a colleague about using "Home" link in main (top) navigation. I know that I should give more options to users, so, my question is not about I should use "Home" link or logo ...
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Side comments on news feed

I am building a news feed and I thought of changing the location of the comments to be on the side. Besides Medium that does it more for footnotes, I didn't see a website that has real discussions on ...
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UX is so subjective that BOSS is always right [closed]

Many times I tried to give UX advice to my boss and reporting manager and it gets discarded. Few of the times, I have built screens based on my UX understanding, and later asked to change that, which ...
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The effect of black header [duplicate]

On the pages of many modern web services (including stackexchange webpages), there is a black header. What is the psychological effect of this? Is there any significance of it being black? Is there an ...
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Best way to place images on a over a backgroung image

I am trying to place an image over an area I already applied bg-image to. The image on top looks and feel overpowering, it also make the page a little bit empty due to the change in contrast. If I ...
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Logo position on an eshop

Just a quick question; if the corporate logo is placed at the upper centre rather than on the left part of the eshop's home page, is it ok to have an info menu on the left (having the sign up, log in, ...
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What is the best way to display language changing option?

We have a website that is dedicated to English teachers (English as a Foreign Language). The home page is mostly aimed at school principals - to interest them in our platform (product). That's why ...
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how to show hierarchy

I Want to Design Hierarchy for Company, let say Under a Company there are different Groups , many Divisions , many Teams , and Many Individuals. now i want to design screen/ page which will add More ...
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Good text for sign-up button for free app/service?

What's a good text to put on a sign-up button for a completely free app/service? Once the user presses the button, they will be asked to fill out a signup form. The button is the only place that ...
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Should an applied filter involve a data refresh?

Let's assume a page displaying a list of activities. They are some "Sport", some "Cinema" etc... To the Left of the list, there is a special column allowing user to filter displayed data. I'm ...
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Should I have a heading on every page?

I'm working on a project, and have ran into a little design problem. I have a navbar right above the content. I'm not sure if the page should have a heading on it. I've given examples below. With ...
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Designing the UI of a chrome extension's popup

I just built a chrome extension for my college. It helps students know their total marks and % without manually adding their marks. The user doesn't interact with the popup. He only watches the ...
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Does a tooltip require close button?

I'm working on tooltips, when I was told there are some tooltips that have close buttons. Is a tooltip with a close button user friendly?