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

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What's the best design to get a number from a small range from user?

I have a system where I have to get a number, between 1 and 10, from the user in a web application. (The actual use case is the user has to say which group he is from, and group names are numbers from ...
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Users are too impatient to wait for songs to load

Unfortunately my dialogue with a user often turns out like this: Them: your site doesn't work Me: Why doesn't it work? What errors are you seeing? Them: idk it just doesn't work This confused me ...
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Design Apps/Web UI [on hold]

I presume this comes with experience. However, I'd like to know if there are good books or some kind of standards for design App/Web UI. As a new programmer, I am having a very hard time designing App ...
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What do I want to be? [on hold]

So, I graduated with a bachelor's in web development. I LOVE coding...but I also LOVE being the deciding factor. Its one thing to be handed something already designed and just code it...but its a ...
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How to handle rating indicator when no one has rated yet?

My website is showing a rating for each product (up to 5). ---------------- | 4.2 average | ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ The problem is that when no one has rated the product yet, if I put it can be ...
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Why most web designer don’t embed the image sizes in the html document [on hold]

Most web sites have images on then but the actual image size is not embedded within the HTML document itself. I noticed that because I always enter the text I am looking for in the search box and ...
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Should my blog posts have a larger font size than the rest of my site?

Should I increase the font size of the Blog section compared to the general font size of my site? Here is a screenshot of my site with the font size increased and serif font:
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Advantages/disadvantages of a ring or stair design for long page websites

I'm currently planning for my personal website, which I plan to make as a long page website. (See this for an example of a long page website) As how I imagine my Experience section, it will ...
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Why has Amazon not significantly changed their design in years? [on hold]

When I use amazon, I find it inelegant, clunky and it seems to me there's all this distracting information dumped all over the place making it hard to find what I am looking for like a release date ...
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How do you make it very obvious that the user should click on a text input that has an onclick event?

I have an input that invokes a datepicker (with pickadate.js) that requires the user to click on it to choose a date. This is what it looks, as an example: From a UX perspective, how do you make it ...
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Avatar vs Profile Picture vs Display Picture

I have noticed that on message boards, that we use the name avatar for the picture on our profiles. On Facebook and Twitter they are called profile pictures, and on Skype it is called Display Picture. ...
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Product navigation versus marketing site navigation

Are there any best practices associated with integrating the navigation of your Web based product with the navigation of your marketing pages? Another way of describing this is: Does it make sense ...
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Form with an image upload required

I have a form to add an item. I don't consider the item worthy of showing up in the application until an image is uploaded for it. I can add a 'choose file' selector, but if other validation fails I ...
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Corporate/Enterprise section

The company I work at, we need a new home page. However, we have two different target groups. Ordinary people and professionals. But I'm torn on how to separate it. I'm toying with the idea of having ...
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Does the W3C support any Web service standards? [closed]

I just want to know whether W3C support any Web service standards? Please tell me
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UX to view and search through large set of hierarchical data

Building a web desktop site in which users have to be able to navigate through a hierarchical structure. There are two types of nodes, call them A and B. A can have children of type A or B. B are ...
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Multiple search fields on directory website homepage

I am developing a web directory app whereby users main action will be to search for business addresses right from the home page. Currently, I have a search box centered on the homepage. Like this: ...
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0 to 10 rating system alternative

I have a system where the user has to rate other systems efficiency, availability, functionality and velocity in a 0 to 10 scale. I was going to use a simple "10 stars" interface for this, but I ...
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Is the vertical left hand menu obsolete?

It seems that most of the major websites do not use vertical left hand menu anymore. Why is this? And should I avoid it for my own website?
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UI Design of News Magazine with borders, boxes or no seperation [closed]

Im building a news website and want to know which UI Design is the best in terms of readability, findabiltiy and focusing of each / important sections? Example 1 - Boxed Layout - each section has its ...
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what's it called when you have a navigation that appears only after user has scrolled down a certain perentage

What's the name of the effect similar to seen on www.newyorker.com when the user scrolls down (about halfway in the case) of www.newyorker.com? It's obviously not a drop-down but what is the ...
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How to ensure users will payout/do the work

So I'm setting up a website for my university exclusively. People will create tasks that they want done and then other people can do these tasks for some money. I've worked out everything except what ...
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Best way to display a long list of static values

I am creating a grid-style list of attributes for a complex tool. Each line gives their name, data type, description, and their respective lists of values (LOVs). However, the LOVs can range from 1-2 ...
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Where to put the context sensitive menu

We have a suite of web applications that use 3 levels of menus – that last being context sensitive. The context sensitive menu is currently inside a concertina menu control, but I want to find out if ...
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Applying features and add-ons for multiple lines

I want the user to have the ability to add features and add-ons for each line on the website (order page). If you look at the UI wireframe, it will ask you how many lines do you want from a ...
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Forward/back 10 pages

Here's the nav bar I've made for scrolling through pages The double left/right arrow go back/forward 10 pages. Is this the best way to show that? Should I have text that says something like "+10"? ...
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Displaying list of tables for tablets

I'm building a web app restaurant management system and this is like a prototype of how I display the list of tables of the restaurant: -Green tiles for merged tables -blue for available -red for ...
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Website Layout - different background colour sections with full width

Recently I have seen a lot of new websites have been redesigned that each paragraph or section have different background colour with full width. For example: http://theme-fusion.com/avada/ What ...
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Are the new generic top level domains confusing to users? Should they be used or avoided?

If you are not aware, ICANN has approved quite a few generic top level domains and they intend to approve more. By generic, they mean regular old words will replace the common .com or .net, so we will ...
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Are italics on the web bad for accessibility?

On a current web project, we've received word from the client that we can no longer have any italicized text on the website we are building. When I asked for some reasoning, I was told that "our ...
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Is there a way to force pages to load slowly? [closed]

I'm developing a website and want to test the user experience when some of the images load slowly. Obviously I'm doing everything I can to make assets small and load quickly, but there are slow ...
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How to better represent this multi selection?

Suppose a web application showing a form where user is expected to specify the friends he wants to share with (conceptual example): User can select either: No friends at all (no sharing) within ...
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Improving a flat table view

I've been asked to improve a table view from where the main purpose is to show details about a business agreements. First at all, I was given this view: So, I started to do some research on UX ...
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The Balance of Content vs. Navigation on Content Pages

Often we reason with start pages, and landing pages when it comes to User Experience design. What to put there and what not to. But my question regards content pages, and how much of the available ...
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track user behaviour in a website [closed]

I have a big database for properties and users will come to search for any property. For example if a user select 2 Bedrooms in Location = 'XYZ',there will be more than 100000 results.I want to ...
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A web designers workflow? [closed]

I'm starting to make a website for a small business in my hometown and it will be my first proper project. I have made sites in the past, which I have done for leisure. I am fluent in HTML and CSS. I ...
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What information or HTML elements should I put in the header? [closed]

I am creating a website for a student organization that focuses on interprofessional education at my university. I have already completed the title and logo, positioned the menu bar to the bottom ...
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Including both Stripe Badge and SSL badge for credit card form?

I am currently reading up on credit card form design best practices, and giving visual cues for security seems to be a recurring issue. I use Stripe for credit card processing, and I have not seen ...
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How to design a credit card/payment form for a site filled with non-standard fonts?

Looking over many credit card form design best practices, they stick to very simple/standard fonts and designs. However, these sites use the same fonts throughout the whole site. If my site design ...
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Display time period/duration in hours/minutes and man-day in web project management tool

We're building an in house project management Web tool. Our tool is based on Redmine where time duration is set in hours. It isn't acceptable for our needs. We need granularity in minutes. Really to ...
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About pages - when should a web startup have one?

How should the team behind a web startup decide on having an About page? On one hand, many users tend to look for it, while on the other, there is value in disclosing as little as possible to the ...
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Has there been research into user behaviour on clipboard hijacking in browsers?

There is a number of questions on the likes of super user asking to disable clipboard hijacking such as this question. Personally I hate when sites do this and have a feeling it's partly because ...
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Where can I get the dummy content for the website? [closed]

I am trying to add UI project in my portfolio so I though I would start with web design. For these dummy website can I get some dummy content?Plesae do not suggest lorem ipsum text because those are ...
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Website that starts at bottom

Are there any implications of making a site that starts at the bottom so then you have to scroll up to see everything instead of down? A bit of context is that the background is fixed and it's post ...
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Complex date-time period picker

I know that this is a recurring question here. But I still couldn't find a good solution. I have a web site, that needs time period as input. The period includes dates and hours. But the hours are a ...
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Invite users to inline edit not only on hover?

It's very common to indicate to the user that they can "edit in place" by changing the style of the editable content when hovered over (e.g. adding a yellow background, "click to edit" tooltip, pencil ...
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Should a Landing Page tell the User how to Pronounce the Company's Name? [closed]

I was recently reading a particular startup's website. The very first line goes: "Company (pronounced Com-Pa-Nee) is [description]." The big question is: is it appropriate to tell the user how to ...
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Should the spacebar activate tabs?

After you have navigated to an un-opened tab, via the use of the tab key, and it has the focus on the webpage: Should the 'spacebar' keyboard key activate that tab and open it (as well as the default ...
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How to represent this notion of “favored” participant?

I'm introducing the concept : Suppose a webapp aiming to suggest some meetings to targeted people so that they can participate to at least one of them. So there's a page listing the items and a page ...
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Should I provide an image for not found image?

As said in title. Should I intercept a broken link to an image, and provide to user a default image (with a big “not found” maybe, but always a valid image)? Otherwise is it better to leave the ...