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

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Is it fine to include the shopping cart in a sidebar with a complimentary role?

So I've got a shopping website. I'm setting it up as a sidebar. Now, I want to know if there's a proper role I can set for it to be known as a shopping cart or is it fine to keep it with a ...
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Showing remaining time in a web app

We have developed the interface of a web application which lets the user manage some remote equipments for a limited amount of time. Basically, it is used in this way: User A reserves the hardware. ...
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What is a term users can understand when leaving Edit mode?

I feel kind of silly asking this but I'm having a real problem coming up a reasonable term for Read Only mode or Not Edit mode. Pictures to explain my problem... If the user wants to edit ...
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How is the best approach to display responsive combobox?

I would like to implement comobobox with a search filter for phones, larger screens and tablets. The examples below show how I think it should behave for phones and larger screens. I'm still fomenting ...
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Place Ad after Title or Lead text?

I have a blog that focuses on list articles (10 Photos of Cats You Like) that are structured like this: > Title > Facebook Share > Lead Text > Image #1 > Image #2 > Image #3 > ...
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short vs long message - input placeholder

I'm working on a profile update form, it got me wondering - what's the pros&cons of displaying a short placeholder vs a long placeholder? First candidate: Current Password Second candidate: ...
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Floating vs Hovering share buttons for listicles?

I have a blog that focuses on listicles that's very image heavy (eg. 10 Cats That Looks Like Madonna). And I'm trying to make it as "share friendly" as possible. So far, I have had floating share ...
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For a wall of text, is a lot of columns or one long column better?

I'm designing a website, and it's probably going to have some long walls of text because it'll be an info site. I have two design ideas that would make it easier to read, but I can't decide. Both ...
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Is it better for website accessibility to have the menu before or after the content

I have seen two approaches to menu/content markup order in relation to accessibility for keyboard only users: Menu first then content with a skip to content link at the top Content first then menu ...
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Make people understand they can click on a button in a flat design

I'm creating a flat-ish responsive website, which basically is an online résumé. I'm displaying skills (but it could be whatever) in a grid system. Each skill is clickable, to display some ...
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How to interlink sibling websites?

Backstory: I am building a non-profit website that will visualise public spending and there is a for-profit sibling that will generates revenue for the non-profit by selling the visualisation tool for ...
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What are some design patterns for a cycle button?

I'd like to make use of a cycle button, i.e. a single button that will toggle between a number of states (three or four). Since these buttons are generally frowned upon, there are few examples of ...
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List markers' positions differ across browsers [closed]

I have a web page made of simple HTML5 and CSS (no third-party tools used). Today I observed that 'the list markers' get placed different in Google Chrome when compared to Mozilla Firefox (shown ...
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Personal Websites - Simple or Animated, how to balance between creativity and content-ambiguity? [closed]

Personal websites are a space to showcase personal skills, and show passion about different things, whether by writing articles, or building things. Animated websites, sometimes, are hard to be ...
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Expand/collapse all - Combined or separate button(s)?

Note: This isn't a question about which icons or labels to use. It's purely about usability. So, I have a page with expandable panels and I want to add a button to expand/collapse all panels. Now, I ...
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The goods of forcing the user to follow a path

Maybe this is not the best place to ask as this seems to me like a question regarding two fields: marketing and user experience. Hopefully some of my questions could be solved from the user ...
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Should language be part of a website url?

When designing a website that can be viewed in multiple languages, should I put the language in the urls? Like: http://www.site.com/en/ Or alternatively, should I put it somewhere in the session or ...
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How to present 50+ features in product website

We are designing a website for our new software product. It's a versatile application and has more than 50 distinct features. It's one application but acts as a pack of different tools. In the ...
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Click *Show More* to get one more option

Lately, several companies that I have seen have a show more button which simply shows just one option. An example of this can be found here: https://getadblock.com/pay/ Would it not be simpler to ...
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Difference between navigation overlay and toggle navigation in Web Design

I'm writing about responsive navigation for school. I found on the internet that responsive navigation patterns could be divide as: Toggle or multi-toggle pattern Footer anchor pattern Navigation ...
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Search form covers navigation when triggered. Bad idea?

I'm currently working with a design that contains a small search icon. Clicking or pressing that icon displays the search form, which is hidden by default. The triggered search form covers the main ...
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Reliable references for known user interface practices [closed]

I have this problem, that I cannot find the studies, where there are said the facts that we all know, for example: http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/GUI_Design_Principles information in this page - are we ...
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How to produce Mobile User Interface front-end page screenshot? [duplicate]

I need to realize some prototypes of (web/native) user interfaces (UI) layouts/screenshot, mainly for mobile phones/tablet (Android/iOS/Windows Phone) also for desktops/laptos (web). A solution ...
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What would you call a “Wish List” for a food shopping website? [closed]

I am building a food shopping website and would like to make a "Wish List" for users to save the products they're not ready to buy yet. To make it more "food-ish", what would you call it instead of ...
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What is the usual website screenshot size and ratio?

I would like to show a list of website screenshots taken by an user. An user has to take a screenshot of its own website and send it though a form. Then I'll show all minimized screenshots in a list ...
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Showing details of a product on the listing/index page VS showing it on a separate page

Lets say you have an index page where you list all your products. When it comes to showing details of a product I have seen some interesting variations. Housing.com shows details(e.g, this link) on ...
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Is it manipulative to animate call-to-action buttons on a webpage to encourage a specific action?

Carousels and other animated banners on websites (for example promoting special offers) are supposedly bad for UX as the sliding animation draws the users' eye from whatever it was they were ...
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UX realted books [closed]

I know that reading UX related books doesn't make me one. but I was just curious to know what are all the UX best books are there in the market . I just want to see how a UX expert thinks . Please ...
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Display posts in modal or separate link

I have a question on postings that are used in twitter/facebook and want to get some feedback on this. When there is a post, do you think users prefer to see AJAX loading comments like on facebook ...
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How can I show a clear hierarchy in a small space?

I'm making a thing that looks like this: It's a list of pages which have tags. These tags can have a hierarchy, like this: programming | \-> perl | \-> python | | | \-> python 2 | | ...
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Chat Windows Within Web Application - PopUp or Floating Div?

I'm working on a web application. The application is already built and deployed to clients. It runs on a wide range of internet browsers. I am tasked to add chat functionality to the application. This ...
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What makes a border a good border in a webpage element?

I'm making use of borders inside my website's, just like the rest of the world. I use them to mark the actual size of the element. My question is, what are the criteria for a border to be considered ...
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What is the reason for small, lightly coloured text?

We are all familiar with the concept of fine print for text that is to be discouraged from being read. However, lately I've been finding many websites whose main content is in tiny, lightly-coloured ...
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Horizontal scrolling widget for mobile webpage?

I'm looking for a widget that is similar to what the iphone uses as a datepicker (found here), only horizontal. Does anyone know what this would formally be called? I've been looking all over and ...
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Best practices for rollovers on mobile?

I noticed that most mobile browsers transform rollovers into touch/tap actions. This is good, but of course there's no indicator that the action is available to the user. So I was wondering what ...
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Designate two files from a list using comboboxes on each list element. Is there a better way?

I've got a dialog in my web application which requires the user to designate two files from a list of many using a combobox associated with the file. One file must be designated as "type 1" and the ...
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Notifying users of incomplete data in hidden fields when moving orders from draft to submitted

Our website allows for submitting orders that are incomplete (drafts). Note that this is different from having invalid formatted data or what have you. When the user is ready to actually submit an ...
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Dealing with overlaps in dynamically changing positions

My question is similar to this one. I have a line graph made using c3js. When the user alters some parameters through sliders, the line will be replotted. I have also created a custom legend (per ...
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what exactly do UX Designer mean in the web design field?

What I mean by this question is how can a person be an UX designer just by making a STATIC high fidelity mockup on a piece of software like "Photoshop" or "Sketch" or whatever. Does not the words ...
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Should ZIP/postal codes be mandatory on web-forms? [duplicate]

Given that many jurisdictions (including my own) don't use postal codes, should the ZIP/postal codes be mandatory on web-forms? Additional info: I'm a web developer building ecommerce sites, and ...
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Design conflicts between different target groups

I am working on a design for a travel agency. Their main target is elderly people (60+). The site should also apply for the second target group. People (late 40’s – 50+). The client also want to ...
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What is the importance of an home page and its name?

Recently I was involved in a discussion where someone argued that home pages don't make sense and they shouldn't even be called home pages (the hyperlink to an homepage should be something else). I ...
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Should I put a button below a growing list?

I'm trying to decide on a button location for an app I'm building. The app basically generates teams using lists of players for a given position. It feels most natural to me to have the button to ...
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Change long “continue without saving” button to say “skip”?

I'm working on a project and I found what I think is an issue. The product is a kind of web editor. After making some changes, I go to change the page and get a confirmation dialog that says: "Page ...
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Web - Displaying data in a table

I'm currently developing functionality that allows the user to upload, what could be, a fairly large amount of data via an Excel upload. When the data is uploaded we will validate that and present ...
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Positioning the same confirm button for 3 different panel displaying situations

I have two panels that are hidden/showed depending on the value of the "State to assign" dropdown. I've been doubting about placing the Confirm button: In a fixed position, for example: the bottom ...
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Is it good practice to ask date of birth and gender from users or Avatars can suffice?

I am building a system where I need user explicit data like Age, Gender, Preference towards a category(fashion/Gadgets/...). I came up with 2 solutions for Age & Gender: Ask user these ...
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Best way to populate multiple lists from a shared data source

I'm trying to design a UI wherein a person is moved from a list of people into one of four mutually exclusive groups. Each group needs to be shown on screen (there are typically less than 15 people in ...
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What is the name for this UI layout? [duplicate]

I'm looking for the name of the UI layout found on sites like Airbnb, Square, Paypal and others where pretty much the whole site is on one page and the user scrolls down to see all the content, with ...
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What should be dimensions of a grid of images for review be?

I am creating a webtool for image moderation (approve / flag / delete). My starting image set to review is about 200,000 with 400 images added per hour. The end users of this tool will be outsource ...