3
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3answers
102 views

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, ...
0
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4answers
163 views

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 ...
0
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0answers
56 views

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 ...
1
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1answer
81 views

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 ...
0
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3answers
119 views

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 ...
5
votes
3answers
459 views

Tests on more “human-ish” forms

Is there any usability test about using the following style of forms? It would be displayed after the user clicks on "register". Welcome, [full name]________ To save your progress, you will need to ...
1
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1answer
121 views

Scheduler Design with Slots

I to create a UI design for recurring events Example: John, do hair cut on week days monday-friday, from 02 Feb 2014 to 04 Apr 2014, only between 10 A.M to 1 P.M. Also he will do 45 mins slot ...
2
votes
2answers
249 views

How to better display a big block of text in a form

I have the following situation: I have to implement a form for a web app with several file upload inputs, that need a rather large block of text next to them (as in the screenshot below). The problem ...
2
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5answers
114 views

Entering receipt information for a contest

My town is running a contest. You get one entry for every time you shop local, and the main entry method is writing your contact info on the back of your receipt and dropping that off in a ballot box. ...
1
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2answers
170 views

How to simplify this content upload form? [closed]

There are several options, all of which are necessary, but it's very intimidating and kinda unwieldy -- especially for nontechnical users. A similar form is used to type in plain text.
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3answers
864 views

Patterns for sign-in & registration forms that show password as plain text (unmasked)?

Jakob Nielsen suggested it in 2009 (http://www.nngroup.com/articles/stop-password-masking/), and Luke W concurs (http://www.lukew.com/ff/entry.asp?1653), but are there any real-world implementations ...
3
votes
2answers
224 views

Are there usability problems with optgroup?

The application I'm working on rewriting has 4 major categories, where 2 of the categories each have 3 subcategories. Any given item can only belong to one of the 8 categories. An optgroup (which is ...
7
votes
3answers
520 views

How to display month name in a small form?

I have to display a form with 12 months and for each month a number input and a toggle button. This form is in a pop-up so I don't have a lot of place. I did two columns with six month per columns. ...
1
vote
1answer
171 views

Paid subscription through social signup?

I have a freemium platform, that currently allows only social sign-up (twitter or instagram). We are now also offering paid services, and an option to upgrade your account. There are two relevant ...
4
votes
2answers
574 views

Should multi-select dropdown/box have an “all” option?

We have a situation where we have an optional "multiple select" box, that looks something like this: <select size="5" multiple="true"> ... </select> This select box allows you to ...
2
votes
5answers
307 views

Should websites require e-mail addresses?

I never understood the need to have an e-mail on websites. Using them as a log in is even worse. Does using your e-mail as a log in improve anything? Is memorizing a username really too difficult? ...
7
votes
5answers
172 views

Where's the best place to put an icon in a checkmark / label question?

The checkmarks ask what food you want and the clock asks if you want it fast. Where is the best place for the icons to go in this example? The icon basically acts like another "yes/no" checkmark. ...
4
votes
6answers
400 views

Best way to show two different kind of login forms

I have a website where there are two different kinds of accounts: Student: a student, once logged in, can do math quizzes Educator: an educator, once logged in, can view various details about the ...
5
votes
2answers
161 views

How to make file download progress more obvious

We have forms on our site that we're using for lead generation. When submitted, the user is directed to the requested piece of content and the file begins downloading right away. We track user ...
5
votes
3answers
872 views

Time Scheduler UI

Working on a doctor availability schedule page. In this page I need to setup the available time for each day in a week for a doctor. This is one time activity. Something is repeated for every week. I ...
2
votes
2answers
459 views

Quick Booking UX/UI design [closed]

I am using Twitter Bootstrap UI for developing screens for my application. I created the booking / appointment page. This page will be used by hospital staffs. They want to quickly fill the data, ...
5
votes
2answers
175 views

Forms: Is it right to show empty fields in an info page?

In an application i am designing, there is a form, where the user completes the fields and some of them might remain empty (not filled by the user). Then we have the info page showing all these fields ...
6
votes
3answers
251 views

Are extensive validations necessary on mundane input forms in a website?

I'm having a rather bitter affair with my client who also happens to be my boss at office. He is a completely non-technical dumb muggle in terms of application development. The frustrating thing is ...
11
votes
2answers
901 views

Good UX for a page

I am working on a UI design. I have good CSS/HTML knowledge. But not good in UX. Attached image is the UI I created for one page. I tried alter it nearly 10 ways, still my customer says it looks ...
4
votes
2answers
375 views

Designing the sign-up process?

I am starting a website consisting of info on local shops, product catalogs, and coupons. now I am in a dilemma over the vendor sign-up process. I want to know which of the following ways should I do ...
3
votes
2answers
178 views

Best Method for Adding Ingredients

I have a recipe application that has a "Add Your Recipe" feature that's current implementation looks like this: Some notes: Upon clicking "Add Ingredient", a ingredient form is added. Same for ...
3
votes
3answers
176 views

Traditional file upload vs repository

I'm working on a b2b web application where users might want to upload files for several purposes: assigning images and/or documents with specifications to their products or businesses, attaching files ...
18
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9answers
2k views

Should radio buttons be pre-selected?

I am working on a re-design for a eCommerce site and they have a section where they offer a free gift card if the user makes a purchase over $1000. The idea of the gift card is to get users to ...
9
votes
3answers
203 views

Having two different label alignments in one website / application

I've come to learn that label alignments have their purposes: top-aligned / right-aligned for faster completion (usually for forms asking common information) while left-aligned for slowing down ...
6
votes
1answer
147 views

Ternary Switch - How to implement?

My website gives users a report for their search term, this report contains many different datasets. Each dataset can be configured via options on their profile page, to either; Load when the ...
6
votes
3answers
328 views

Should forms be aligned left or center, if less than full page width?

Our web application has a small header and nav menu at the very top, and below, there is simply a large area of open space. We have no need for an always-present sidebar, so there is just one column. ...
4
votes
2answers
222 views

Tab order for previous/next buttons in a form

We have a multi-step form that has 2 buttons (Previous and Next) at the bottom of each page. The Previous button is on the bottom left-hand side, and the Next on the bottom right-hand side. What ...
13
votes
3answers
1k views

What's the best way to make a user read terms and conditions before continuing a form?

What's the best way to make a user read terms and conditions before continuing a form? Structure of Form: Label1 [Textbox] Label2 [Textbox] Terms and Conditions [Textarea] Checkbox ["I agree to the ...
6
votes
3answers
692 views

Placement of delete button on form

I have a form which edits a flight, and it should be possible to delete them. I have considered putting a delete button in the index page, which lists all the flights, but the table rows are clickable ...
3
votes
2answers
209 views

Why does the advanced twitter search options not using a radio button

https://twitter.com/search-advanced has the following options Any of the words All of the words Exact Phrase But the user could make a mistake and enter values for all of them, why didn't they use ...
5
votes
3answers
563 views

Input mask on credit card number & SSN

Our company is discussing the use of an input mask (asterisk) on credit card numbers and social security numbers. I'm completely against masking the CCN, from a UX perspective, especially since our ...
3
votes
3answers
134 views

Asking for more info on whitepaper download then on trial sign up

Im currently researching how to handle lead generation forms. I came across a website which has 3 slightly different forms for downloading a white paper, downloading an ebook, and downloading the ...
4
votes
2answers
167 views

Adding new data while filtering current data

I'm working on a table that includes employee data (Name, Age, Position). Above the table I have a live filter that can filter the data by Age Group and Position. I'd also like the possibility of ...
3
votes
3answers
266 views

Nested multiple selections

I am building a web application that allows users to search a gym chain's class timetables. This gym has multiple branches, in multiple states and cities. The inputs to the class timetable search are: ...
13
votes
5answers
690 views

Encouraging the user to enter a value in an optional field?

This is a follow-up question from the previous question Case-study for hiding the optional fields? I have taken all the responses from my previous question and I have come up with this mockup, ...
15
votes
4answers
559 views

Case-study for hiding the optional fields?

I am currently designing a web form for the Online Travel Insurance System and I am thinking of hiding the optional fields since there were so many of them. Like the image below. I put a Show More ...
14
votes
4answers
269 views

Is it ok to force a user to reenter data instead of editing existing

Is it acceptable to force users to delete and recreate data they entered incorrectly or should they be provided with a way to edit every instance of that particular data? Use Case: The wireframe ...
4
votes
1answer
88 views

Alternatives to failing a form to ask for additional input

I have a simple form that asks the user to enter details about an airplane he or she has flown: The form asks for the model of the aircraft (172, 182), it's registration (N-261GY) and its home ...
2
votes
3answers
144 views

selecting 2 levels of information in one screen using search

I have to levels of information, for familiarity, let's name them hospitals and doctors. The user first searches for hospitals and somehow selects a list of them, and then for each hospital she ...
5
votes
3answers
952 views

large amount of data on a single page

I'm a member of a team developing a business application. Basically - it is all about data entry. There are people (thousands of them) sitting whole day and filling the form below over and over in ...
3
votes
1answer
114 views

Name and Company - One field or Two?

I am laying out a form on a website with the typical name & address fields. While I've done this a number of times, I have began to try and trim fields from my forms that will be on smaller ...
6
votes
2answers
436 views

Why is Facebook using two Form styles in their homepage?

I was under the impression that using two different styles for a form was not visually attracting and confusing for users. Yet a big internet player seems to bee using a different style for their ...
5
votes
2answers
283 views

Why are most social media web forms on the right hand side of the page now?

I am doing research into social media sites, and one thing I have noticed is that most of the main players in the social media and communication world (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Google) ...
1
vote
1answer
265 views

Long pages vs more pages

We're developing a form which may have a variable number of follow-up questions (based on user answers to an earlier question). Depending on user response, there could be between 0-13 follow-ups. We ...
3
votes
2answers
308 views

What's an intuitive workflow for a registering user to simultaneously sign-up his colleagues?

I'm working on a redesign of a website that has a bit of a complicated registration requirement and I just can't get my head around how best to design the necessary forms/pages. For context, the ...