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

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Where i can read more about UI tricks [on hold]

I'm looking for book or maybe blog about UI tricks. What i mean when calling UI tricks? Is for example when you have a black text and light background and in site area i do reverse trick like put ...
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How to handle the cover when a photo album opens straight to the lightbox?

Think of a situation when one or more albums are represented by a single image. Clicking a album will not result in a navigation to the album's own URL. They open in the lightbox right away. The ...
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Usability of expandable footers on responsive websites

My coworkers and I were discussing what might be a trend in e-commerce websites: expandable footers. Here's an example from Topshop.com: And when expanded: I poked around for research or ...
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Help for first visit on a website

On my website, there is a top-menu feature that I would like that a new visitor sees and understands immediately. Maybe only 10% of the visitors will use it (that's why it doesn't deserve a bigger ...
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Need suggestion for selecting icon for this menu [closed]

I need some icon for this bold titles. I can,t find any icon idea for some titles. I have a accordion menu, look,s like this:     Settings           ...
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An intuitive way to look around in web based first person 3D

In web based 3D experiences, where the world in observed from the first person perspective, which of the following two ways is better for looking around: When the mouse is moved, the camera is ...
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Where should the icon to the mobile menu be placed?

I had a client bring up a good point recently about a mobile menu, specifically where should the "hamburger" icon be placed? In looking at sites you see it in three common places, top right, top ...
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Table with Action Buttons Versus Turbotax Wizard-Like Experience

I am working with a team to develop a web application where people can come and request access to various intranet applications. For the "Requestor" side of things, we have a Turbo-Tax wizard-like ...
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How to design a good one-line date picker?

I'm designing a website on which a user has to pick a date, which is today by default. The content of the site will be based on the chosen date. 90% of the time, the date will be chosen between today ...
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Interactive documents v websites. What research/studies exist to cover when one should be used over the other?

In discussing my question Does any research/study exist on what makes an interactive document better from a user experience perspective? an interesting argument has arisen that using a website is a ...
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Including info about the company on a product page?

I am designing a company website for a software company that has been around since 1995. Their current software is horrible and outdated, and so the company is in the process of creating a completely ...
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How often should you change out a hero image?

We are implementing a new homepage design at my company with a large hero image at the top of the page. Some people on the marketing and content side of things proposed changing the hero image twice a ...
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Is it good practice to use Table of Contents on articles?

I was wondering if using some kind of a Table of Contents for an article that consists of different parts, is considered to be good practice. Enabling users to move to the part that interests them the ...
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American English, British English or Both?

I am working on a website that supports multi-language. Currently the default English is american as this was recommended here, but I am thinking about implementing british, so my question is: Will ...
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Single click versus double to cancel something

My dilemma is pretty simple, I'm making a web game and for the object inventory if you press one of them it will pop a modal where you can see the object info and some options on the bottom, one of ...
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Show star rating on frontpage or not [closed]

I am currently working on a website where you can compare travels. Data for this website is being supplied via affiliate feeds so it's not being owned by the actual website. This data also includes ...
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subfolder or subdomain - Which one is the best? [closed]

I'm creating a website for web creator, designer and video editor. I'm a multimedia integrator, so I'm doing almost everything related to media on the web or video. Whatever, on my portfolio I would ...
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Why does a copyright on a website include? [duplicate]

I'm designing a new site and I take ideas from sites but mix them around a little bit. All companies have the copyright on their footer, what does the copyright include? For example, can you ...
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Algorithms for ranking suggested screens

I have an application with a large number of screens. Therefore to make navigation easier for the user, I'm thinking of having a view that shows the most likely screens the user would pick based on ...
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How to organize this screens in my project. Which is the better experience for users, Lists or TableData? [closed]

I have a list with categories and other with my articles or posts (something like that), a menu in accordion if show two options to navigate: (- ALL ARTICLES - CATEGORIES) All articles has showing a ...
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Does Firefox adjust font-size for larger screens? [closed]

I believe I've read, but cannot remember the source, that to increase readability Firefox increases the font size for larger screen sizes. While I can get Chrome and IE to render similarly, Firefox ...
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How to change our design or content that users open our website when they see the content?

Maybe the title is not clear; Because the subject is a little special We are well ranked website and our users are really important for us, and we really care about them. We even don't advertise on ...
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Web alternatives to scrolling content [closed]

I'm developing a small/simple/personal blogging system with the goal of having an uncluttered, clean admin interface with no unnecessary styles or elements that is equally usable on a mobile device as ...
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Designed 20 app mockups for Android and Web apps, am I on the right track with common UX patterns? [closed]

http://www.jakegosskuehn.com/rate.html I have 19 android mockups and the entire site that I'd like to get some feedback on. I just discovered UX and design patterns last week and since then I've ...
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Is it worth spending time to design a tablet-friendly site in 2016?

Are tablets dying? Global tablet market is declining and we are getting less than 5% of traffic from tablets.
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How is the UI of DADA-DADA.net built? [closed]

DADA-DADA.net How is the interface of this site built ? What's going on here ? Any hints would be appreciated. Thanks.
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UI doesn't look great [closed]

I like web design, I have built some web sites. However I think there is a common problem in my UI style. I think my designs don't look good, and are dull looking. Here is an example site/form I ...
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“Users don't know to keep scrolling”—Really?

On multiple occasions, I've spoken about a web design with clients who become concerned that the user will not know that they can scroll beyond a certain part of the website. Invariably, these are ...
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Why do websites toggle header visibility on scroll?

Some websites have a (usually rather small) header that hides when the user scroll down. What I never understood is why it is shown again when scrolling up. Sometimes I want to scroll a bit up to ...
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Should I indicate qualifying categories on the product top-level landing page?

I'm working with a store landing page that displays the main five product categories. All five category images are displayed inline, and are same height and width. Each has an appropriate label and ...
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Page navigation help for business application site

I'm making a UX/UI for email service provider software and I'm stuck on how best to do the navigation/controls for this page style: first, you view your email campaigns second, you check a box ...
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What can I do if my website don't need menu or sidebar? [closed]

I want to show the user cards. Between 1 to 100 cards. The user can open existing card, or create new card. In the new card he can type a text, and click save. That's all. How to design it? I think ...
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Is there such thing as a boostrap theme that is like “turbo tax” (walk user through series of questions) [closed]

I am looking for a web design/template/kit that would look similar to what Turbo Tax is doing. By that I don't mean that I want the same design in shapes and colors, but I mean having a predefined ...
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A variable number of inputs in a small bar

I've got a web app that involves users inputting a title of a Wikipedia page. It needs to work as an interface on both desktop and mobile. Right now, the interface looks like: It's got a single ...
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Are expanding divs a bad idea for a mobile portfolio?

Brief overview: making a portfolio for game design, have three seperate categories with 4-5 individual projects under each. Home page has general links and links that segues the user into one of these ...
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Is it good UX to display web pages in a narrow, fixed-size column?

Nowadays most screens are wide and high-resolutioned, but when typical web page loads it leaves on the sides huge empty areas. I understand that designers don't want theirs content be messed up on ...
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What to avoid when adding the slogan/value proposition to the logo to reinforce branding?

A quick review of some websites shows some different strategies for implementing the logo and 'slogan', and I was wondering if there is a discrepancy between implementation or technical considerations ...
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Grey versus white background for ease of use and readability/legibility

Many websites by default use a white background for maximum contrast (with black text) so I am wondering if there is a case for a very light grey background to be used instead because it comes up as ...
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Rating system: star rating, heart, or both?

I want to know customer's opinion about salon and spa locations. Would you suggest using a multi-star rating for the review, a single heart to "like" a location, or both of these systems together?
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Best way to represent a group of information

What is the best way to represent the group of information considering UX and UI, what styles should I used ? See the image attached here.
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User experience of PDF menus on restaurant websites

Most of us would be familiar with ordering food online from takeaway or fastfood places where the menu is integrated into the ordering form or app. When I recently visited a few restaurant websites ...
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How to start a ux project (website) from scratch? [closed]

I have been following the JJG elements of user experience design for most of my projects. Most of the time I don't have to start a website from scratch. They usually have the idea and I would be ...
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Should you show buttons in previews?

A user can create a form for the users to fill in by adding input fields etc. They want to be able to preview this form and see how the fields look like for the user. They have no control over the ...
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How should I allow cron expression input?

I need an input in a website where users can input something in a cron expression style, eg. Every friday at 3pm What would be the best ui system to implement this? Are there any conventions ...
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Best design practices for multi-brand website header?

I was recently tasked with re-designing the header for 3 websites that all belong to one parent company. Each website is a unique learning program that the parent company offers. While all programs ...
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Should browser/client drive the bulk operations?

Currently I am working on developing a web UI. Backend API is supporting individual delete on resources. Users would like to do a bulk delete (say hundreds of resources). If bulk delete need to be ...
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What's the best way to display reply threads? [duplicate]

I have a post and reply system. Currently when you view a post, you can see a list of its direct replies in a vertical scroller. You then click on a reply to see replies to that. I might call this ...
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Using asterisk (*) vs required [duplicate]

For a long time, the norm was to put a red asterisk "*" after the field label if the field was required. Now I am observing a shift into replacing the asterisk symbol with the word "(required)" after ...
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Is it bad to create long list of text input for translation (200 items)?

I want to be able to let my users change the text of the web app they using, for translate and for customization.I have about 200 texts to edit. I'm not sure if I will add a description to each text ...
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Navigating back to the previous page from current selection.

Need help in understanding the interaction. Me and my friend are stuck in one interaction where right side gets updated, when we select an item in the left. Right side has default little amount of ...