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

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Expert consultation request: Best solution for multiple choice and pricing of large number of products / services

I am looking for a solution for multiple choice and pricing of a large number of products or services. Available studies are related, in my opinion, to small amount of items, hence I am asking for ...
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Text alignment on header images

I was wondering if there is any statistics/research done on Text overlaying Hero, or header images. If right aligned and left aligned is better (or if it doesn't make a difference). Struggling to ...
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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) ...
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designing for 45+ years old users

What are the things I need to consider when I design for the users that are 45-70 old? I know a little about vision, hearing and dexterity problems, but what are other problems that some of you ...
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UI to let user pick some movies (3 - 6) from all movies released till now (>1 M)

I am working on a web app where users tell their favourite movies. Since there are too many movies to pick from I am not able to provide a select box. The jquery autocomplete works nicely but I wanted ...
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drop down navigation for web/mobile

I'm in the process of a website redesign and I'm not really sure what to do with the navigation. The goals of the redesign are to simplify the site and make it more mobile friendly. The existing site ...
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Conveying keyword connection to user

I am developing a site based on an original idea. Users will sort information based on keywords that comes from their own input. For instance, they might type in "Sports" and will be greeted with ...
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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 ...
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Which design for internal pages not represented in site navigation?

On a simple (static content only) website I want to add a page titled (translated) "Press articles". On this page all press (online or print) articles about the sites' organization are to be ...
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Are inner scrollbars a bad ux?

Looking at the gmail interface when replying a message, I can see the original message and just below it, the new message window. this pattern creates two vertical scrollbars: one in the browser ...
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Is pausing button under a scrolling banner necessary?

Carousels appear massively in my web projects, usually for making users able to check each "slides" in detail, we will make the scrolling paused when hovering on the banner content. However, one ...
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How should I divide my site between B2B and B2C?

I've spent about 3 years trying to answer this question myself, so I thought I'd give you guys a go. Here's the situation: My company provides training services. You can either (i) book a course ...
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Pros and cons of a Single Page site versus a Multi page site

I am working on trying to re-design the site for the agency I work for and a recommendation was made that we should move to a single page site with a vertical scroll which which walks through all the ...
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How to resolve lengthy hyperlinks?

When you’re editing content and have links to organizations or frameworks that has many words, the link might exceed an entire row or break a row. These lengthy links look ridiculous and could ...
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Is it bad ux if images on a web page are 'longer' than user's screen size?

First, some background. Most of the big images I see on the web, especially those in articles, are usually 800x600 pixels in size. Is there any reason for this, especially the height? (e.g. ...
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Why choose dark navbars?

Been reading about Google's new dark navbar over at ReadWrite. It's funny that ReadWrite, as well as StackExchange, has chosen a dark navbar as well. Why this trend to choose dark navbars?
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Does anyone have any links to some great UX for 'app setup' pages? [closed]

I've taken over a large scale project and revamped how the whole system works. But one issue we have is a 'not-so-user-friendly' set-up page for the app. I was wondering if anyone has any links to a ...
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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 ...
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What are some good patterns for displaying large lists on the web?

I'm creating a web application which will contain a large list of ingredients. You can see my current approach below: However as the list grows it starts to take too much of the screen estate. Here ...
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Does the Foundation framework comply with Section 508 and other accessibility standards?

I'm considering using the Foundation framework for a responsive design for two of my current projects, but I would like to know this: is Foundation designed to adhere to accessibility standards? If ...
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How best to represent the addition to / presence of pairs?

I'm currently designing a dashboard that allows a user to manage ANDSF policies. The Policy model allows for a number of start time/end time pairs to be added to it. Currently, policies are created ...
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How fast should a banner rotate on a website?

Are there any studies or published de-facto standards on how fast the slides of a carousel should change on the homepage of a website? Here are some examples of sites that incorporate carousels at ...
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What is the current pixel width standard for a website's content area?

I know that previously it was 960 pixels, but lately I have had clients wanting me to push the envelope further and prompted me to do some research on the matter.
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Should PDFs open in a new tab? [duplicate]

A section on a website has a list of links to PDF files (containing end user content). When a user clicks on one of these links should it open in a new tab on the browser? Or should it open in the ...
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Filter wildget in a dashboard: where best placed?

I have one web page (single web-app) which shows a powerful dashboard. The design of the dashboard is nice and neat and it contains all of the information required by its functionality. To give you ...
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How does the orientation of a pricing table affect conversion rates?

Do people buy more when products are presented horizontally across the page or when they are presented vertically on the left? My company is in the first stages of redesigning one of our e-commerce ...
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How do I represent null values in a line chart?

I am building a web-based analytics platform. I am looking to plot a line chart that represents the number of seconds it took for me to reach a live service agent via phone on a given day. In the ...
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Jamroom:- Media url problem in soundmanger 2 player-360 [closed]

Jamrrom I applied button player instead of jr_flash_player. but i facing a url problem when i give media dir. url when 505 error come. I give url in anchor tag $song_url = ...
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How to display brochure like information for a long list of choices?

I have a challenge of presenting a list of college degrees with basic information on each degree for the user to choose 1 or more that they are considering. The old version of this application was ...
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Which kind of way to encourage users to leave feedback is better?

This question came into my head when I was browsing my LinkedIn profile. LinkedIn added a new feature - Endorse. To my mind this was done very poorly because as I can see in my profile I have been ...
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What are the fundamental Metrics in a data-driven design?

I'm keen to determine the an absolute list of fundamental metrics to gather for Data Driven design. I realise this can be a somewhat broad subject given the differing types of sites and web apps out ...
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Is paging within a scrolling banner necessary?

This is used quite extensively across the web, but I'm wondering whether it is actually necessary. Alot of animated banners/carousels on websites use navigation or paging links so that you can jump ...
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Buttons replacing a link for a consistent style

In general, I use buttons for ajax calls that update the UI but am thinking whether a button is a good metaphor for links also. I am using Twitter Bootstrap. Not a designer by trade and would like any ...
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Designing a 2-dimensional navigation with a one way relation

(Couldn't find a better title for this question) The problem is as follows: I have to design a UI for a site presenting statistical data (census). One use-case is to browse predefined tables. To get ...
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To search or not to search?

Having an internal search on a web site takes a lot of effort if you should do it “the right way”. You have to handle case sensitivity, visible results query, misspellings, result matches and ...
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When does make sense to automatically fill a search box?

On every Stack Exchange site, when somebody clicks on a user link, the search box is automatically filled with a string that would allow to search posts written by that user. In which cases does ...
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Are centered web pages better than left-aligned ones? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Is there a usability reason for centring a website's content area on a page? I'm facing a difficult problem that I can't seem to solve rationally. I find that it ...
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Website Design Event Calendar [closed]

I have a registration website for an upcoming event. I have a link (itinerary) on the page that takes them to another page showing them the itinerary for the event. The problem is, I don't have ...
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Should a “windows-desktop style” interface be recreated in a browser app?

I have project where I need to design & build a complex interface to sit on top of an ASP.NET/MVC4 back-end and run as a web-based application in a browser. The client has an existing "sister ...
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“Toll Free” or “Call Us” Before Phone Number

This two parts, a general question and a question specific to my situation: 1) Is there any research that shows whether phone numbers in website headers have a higher conversion rate if they are next ...
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Is displaying search bar in Search Result/Error 404 page redundant (when it's already on sidebar/header)?

Is it redundant to display the search bar on Search Result or Error 404 page again when the website already has it on the sidebar/side navigation or on header? I've always felt it's kind of redundant ...
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fast data entry UI patterns

I am working on a web app that helps people manage their finances. the app requires users to manually enter key financial transactions on a weekly basis, and there is a strong requirement to make the ...
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What's the best way to allow users to reset their licence keys

Ok, so I'm making an ecommerce website with Drupal to sell my software. One of my application uses the standard licence key type method, where a licence key is generated and sent out to the user via ...
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Can I use “Prev” instead of “Previous” on a button?

We use Next/Previous buttons as controls in our image gallery. I'm in the process of implementing responsive design, so there is a limited amount of space that I can be used for these buttons. I'm ...
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How to select a small range from a calendar

I'm developing a website that involves the display of a calendar of events. A calendar that is able to view events for several days interval is what is desired. My crude interpretation of these is ...
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Name that pattern: Notifications on reaching bottom of page

Over the last couple of months I have begun to see a pattern, but I don't know what it's called. The concept is that when a user scrolls to the end of the page, or a point close to the end of the ...
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What's the terminology for bad practice around emulating browser functionality in your website?

Background We've just updated one of our 10-year old web applications and in doing so have removed a "back" and "forward" button on the main menu. Our reasoning behind this change is that the web ...
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Drag and Drop vs Double Click behavior

I'm working on a web application for a client which is essentially an inventory management system for a shipping/warehousing entity. One vital part of the system is the ability to add products to a ...
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What existing materials does a UI designer need for a web design project

I hired a web UI designer for a project. I have professionally-done page wireframes with basic mark-ups ready, and I have clear documentation about the contents and functionalities of every component ...
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Best place to put pricing table

I have a pricing table, something like this: Scenario #1: Home Page Actually I'm using one page layout for website, something like this: http://www.apple.com/iphone/features/ and here is an ...