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

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General name for the website style that appears in wide pages

The front page on https://trello.com/ is an example of something I am seeing more and more frequently on the web. It is almost like a set of slides, stacked one on top of the other. Here's another ...
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How to organise a collection of url's on an intranet?

As in most big organisations there is a lot information to be found on the intranet but unfortunately most users have difficulties to quickly find what they are looking for. We do have a full text ...
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Which page should I redirect to after item edit/creation?

Let's suppose a mobile app aiming to show "all" items, "my" items, and create some items. The important thing is that an item I create should appear to both "All" and "My". When I click on ...
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How to show facts & forms in first fold of the browser?

I am working on a form page. In which first their is a page heading comes then facts related to form & then form comes. My project manager wants facts & form comes in the first fold of the ...
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Truncated string usability

I am faced with a tricky situation in a data-driven application. I have really long names and a short field for them only available. My idea was to use css-ellipsis to cut the length to appropriate ...
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What is the best way to display many multiple selection of US states?

I am currently working on a project to create a "wizard" for users to customize dashboard. One step is to select the states they are interested in. There are so many states, but I don't want to split ...
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Client Lists on website - Best practice: hyperlink to client or static image?

I have been looking for some supporting research on this with no avail, We are looking to update our client's page that displays logos. We currently have each logo and a hyperlink to each client, ...
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Native Confirmation Dialog, JS or something else?

I'm writing a page where I'm going to need to use a confirmation dialog. Should I use Window.confirm() which opens a confirmation dialog in the browser using whatever settings are native to the ...
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Collecting user's preference for low- or high-bandwidth version of a web site

In a web application, I wish to present a rich user experience to viewers where available, yet I also wish to respect viewers' reluctance to pay overage fees to their Internet service provider. ...
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How to display a flag on a sortable dynamic list

I have an application where I have a Document Type object, and I need to add key fields to that document. So we have a list of available key fields that the user can associate to a document type, and ...
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Which way do arrows point on a tabbed web page?

Which way are arrows supposed to point on a tabbed web page? Towards the selection or towards the body of the selection? An awkward scenario seems to arise when a user selects another item and the ...
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Do users even use tool tips? [duplicate]

I was reading this SO meta post and it got me wondering - does the average Web user know about tool tips and use them? For me if I don't know what an icon does on a site, my default is to roll over ...
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Minimalism web design failures? [closed]

This is for a research paper on "Minimalism in User Interfaces". While there are tons of example of successful minimalism in web design including the classic example of Google. But, I was wondering, ...
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Best successful unlock animations / design concepts [closed]

I'm building a section on my website where users are able to unlock items with 'tokens'. I want to ask the professional UX community what proven unlock animations / interactions really engage the user ...
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Side by side button or stacked? [duplicate]

In terms of user experience, which layout of buttons would work better? This would basically be a landing page. Side by side? Or stacked?
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Filtering Feed Options Methods

So I'm building a feed record with pagination, each have 2 properties: inside/outside events and a tag. Each item is a hyperlink to their pages. Basic idea of my framework for the webpage: FEEDS ...
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Should a hotel group have separate websites for each hotel together with the “hub” website for all hotels? [closed]

The hotel group consist of several 4 and 5 stars hotels, each specialised for different target groups (family, wellness etc.) within a roughly same budget. All content creation and day-to-day ...
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Is this play video button placement confusing?

I'm creating a blog with videos in each posts. But, I'm not sure if triangular play icon inside of a circle at the right presents itself as the must-click part of the page or worse if it leaves the ...
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Should Portfolio Site Backgrounds Be Static? [closed]

I am currently working on my portfolio site, and currently have a color wave effect in the background. It started as just a fun thing, but has become the background to the site, meaning I have no ...
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How can I make the relationship between rows in two tables more obvious to the user?

I have a web page that at first showed a top level goal with a bunch of risks. here is an example mockup: I now realized that since I have a series of events, it would be good to break down and ...
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What is the accepted best practice for asking for permission to send a user email?

When a user is setting up their profile in my web app, I want them to act on 2 different email settings: 1) Permission to email when another user interacts with them (for example, sends them a ...
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Is Responsive Design good for web based software? [duplicate]

I am developing an email software/service similar to gmail and thunderbird, but I am wondering if it is a good idea to have a responsive design or also have apps for different devices?
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Does my website still have to support Internet Explorer 8 and earlier? [closed]

I am about to launch my website. It's an academic site with expected user base consisting mainly of academics. It looks good in Chrome, Safari, Firefox and IE 10 and above. I just sent a link to my ...
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Use one page design for website with a detailed “request a quote” form?

One page website design seems to be the popular trend nowadays based on emerging websites and articles online. [1][2] But should one go for one page website design for a website that has a long ...
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Is designing in photoshop a thing of the past? [closed]

I was going through some blogs and sites and noticed a few people talking about how it's no longer practical to design in photoshop. They suggest things like designing in the browser. To me, ...
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What is the common name for this widget?

What is the common name for this widget?
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Retina images or not? [closed]

Do you use retina double size images or not in your webprojects. It looks good but the pageloading will be heavy. How do you think about this?
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Highlighting new or featured content

I'm adding a new feature to my business website, and I'd like to let users know about it. It's kind of hidden in a menu (Finite Math -> Practice) right now, and I'm trying to figure out the best way ...
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Whitespace in Web Design: Why You Should Use It?

Whitespace is a fundamental element of design and is commonly called "Negative Space". Why should we use whitespace for web design? Why does whitespace matter?
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differentiating between groups of products that are very similar?

This is the corner I'm backed in to: My company is releasing a new line of products that use the same hardware as our current products, but with completely different software -- a cloud based version ...
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Organizing content using tabs and sidebar

In my customers dashboard (web), they can select products and see their respective stats, edit them... This is organized like this on PC: download bmml source – Wireframes created with ...
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How to let users know that native app versions of a product exist for desktop users without breaking the design?

In the context of a product that has an iOS, Android and website-version where users can work together independently of the platform they are using it on, I want to let users know that there are ...
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Filtering by distance based on an address as reference

Being aware that HTML geolocation API does not work on every browser without using Wi-Fi, I'm trying to use an alternative more accurate to present nearest items from the user location. I'd ...
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Isn't www.google.com violating one of the most important design and usability principles? [closed]

When you go to www.google.com in Google Chrome and start typing into the search box, which is in the middle of the screen, as soon as you start typing Google Chrome is moving your search text into the ...
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Send Button (but with option)

My app allows users to send messages to each other (among other things). My send button is placed at the very bottom of the screen and takes up the full width of the screen. I have introduced a ...
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UK Locations, permalinks, and textual representation

I have opted to post this here because UX seems like the most suitable place. I also noted the following question: Asking location in the UK My issue is as follows - I am developing a directory of ...
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How to best deal with slow page load

I'm working on a web project that displays a map to the user, using google map's JavaScript API. Inside the map, I will populate markers to display data to the user. Now, my problem is that my data is ...
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How to design different “columned” table

So we are trying to come up with a solution of how to display different number of columns in one table: for example) ...
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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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What do I want to be? [closed]

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 [closed]

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? [closed]

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? [closed]

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 ...