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

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What is the meaning of responsive design?

I have heard of many websites using "responsive design". What is this and why should somebody use it?
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What is the convention for order of fields on a mobile payment page?

I'm currently redesigning a mobile checkout, and I've run into a problem when building the "payment details page." Every checkout in the world needs one of these, and they all basically need to have ...
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Sorting and pagination for tiles - Examples/ideas?

I'm working on an existing web app that presents information in tiles, like: There are no categories (Watchlist, Market Movers) and instead of stocks, each tile represents an event and has a time ...
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What is the goal of Soundcloud's comment feature from UX point of view?

The way Soundcloud is using the comment feature is brillant and interesting but well, I find it so hard to use. Comments are displayed all over the song, they are hard to hover and without it you ...
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Menu Dropdown and color palette (theme color) questions [closed]

I have been able to create my own drop down menu. I moved it from being HTML / CSS to using jQuery to help, so that the menu drop down stayed when its parent element was hovered over. -> My biggest ...
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How do you absolutely ensure you've got EVERYTHING in a content inventory?

I've seen suggestions of various tools that crawl sites and generate reports. I've seen people suggest combing server logs, or just simply going through a website page-by-page and link-by-link ...
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What's the difference between [website.com/directory] and [domain.website.com]?

And when is it better to structure your website's content one way or the other? Note that I have seen there's already a related question, Domain Strategy From a UX Perspective, which has some great ...
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What happens in a web browser when a download is started via Javascript?

In a web browser, a download can be initiated immediately after user input, or started via Javascript after a set amount of time and/or being redirected to another page. I want to provide users with ...
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How to get started with UX design when hiring freelance experts?

I am a business operator who own number of blogs. I am looking to hire a freelance UX consultant to get started creating amazing design. I would like to understand the process behind this. Many say ...
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Testing responsive websites for cross browser compatibility

I have to do liferay cms testing for a site / portal. The site will at setup be blank and the client can choose from templates/portlets and upload content as required. It would have a responsive html ...
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Best practice for currency input fields

I'm working on a web application, which I just received a request to make all input fields collecting currency data to be right aligned. Is there a standard for collecting currency data in a web ...
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What should every basic website have (SEO, Sitemap, Legal) [closed]

Say you've designed a small business website for a client - very simple, a few pages and a contact form. Beyond the site functionality itself, what else should be included in a basic website package? ...
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Adding a way to tag tags?

I have what I call a 2 dimensional tagging system. You provide a data element and tag it. In this case the data element is a ( url , title, favicon ). Here is the UI for it: However I want to ...
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Do Top Rated / Most Popular sorting features drive more conversions?

I'm trying to design an ecommerce concept around the idea that good sorting increases conversions. It's just an assumption, but based on my experiences and a few conversations, I'm wondering if an ...
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Web design workflow without Photoshop

There is more and more talk of web designers moving away from the idea of spending an incredible amount of time wireframing and then designing in Photoshop and I wanted to get everyone's opinion on ...
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what's the design pattern for the sidebar navigation used by Amazon, NewEgg and LightInTheBox?

See the below navigation examples currently used by Amazon, LightInTheBox and NewEgg. What's the pattern called? The content containing the subcategories would slide out when the mouse is hovering ...
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Buttons on a dialog window

I have a bootstrap dialog that exhibits an object's data to the user. Apart from displaying the object's data, the dialog must offer the user options to do general tasks on the object such as saving, ...
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How to combine “Find Company” and “New Company” in one text area?

I am designing a website where users can enter "assignments": Company details A project they have worked on with the company Their role within the project download bmml source – ...
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Do websites need to be responsive in 2014?

Visiting websites using a mobile device is still increasing. The first quarter of 2013, more than 10 percent of the visits were done using a tablet and more than 10 percent of the visits were done ...
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Thoughts on Customizing Javascript Confirm Dialog

A design was just introduced for a brand new application offering the user to delete something. The user experience is as follows, the user clicks delete on the object. Upon clicking delete, the ...
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Setting a default localization in a website

We are having trouble understanding the best case for UX when it comes to default language/locale on a website At the moment, the website behave like this: a predefined list of languages is set - in ...
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What are the things that should be customizable on a User's Profile?

I am in the process of creating Forum Software and am now at the question of User Profiles. What should be customizable? What would a user expect? From the top of my head I can think of: Display ...
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Displaying data with responsive design

I'm displaying details of a product. My current responsive design works well for desktop, tablet and mobile. I'm happy with the clean look on the mobile version but I'm feeling the desktop version is ...
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How would you classify UI/UX issues as show stoppers for product release?

The question of which UI/UX issues should be considered as showstoppers when releasing a product to the market has always been of interest to me. I am curious to get some thoughts as to how would you ...
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Using aspect ratios for responsive design breakpoints

I am trying to figure out what the best way to make my site responsive would be. It seems a lot of people base responsive design off screen pixel dimensions, but I feel breakpoints in aspect ratio ...
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Website Design/Functionality: What's the best workflow for new user registration?

I want to limit the number of fields I present to users (such as removing address/ZIP/phone) but we'll needs those fields for direct mail. Our sales team still needs to fix process for converting ...
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Where to navigate when a resource is deleted

I have a website where users can search for resources, whether they're other users, or accounts, etc. and when they get a list of results back they can click on that resource and go to a page with ...
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Suggest good max-width for fluid width design

My websites uses fluid width design. The CSS looks like this: #wrapper { min-width: 960px; width: 90%; max-width: 1200px; } The min-width must be 960px but I am open to suggestions ...
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Any research about “few markets” that expect external links to be opened in new windows/tabs?

Google AdSense, an advertisement service, documents in "Opening the ads in a new window": Generally, it is our policy to not allow Google ads to open in a new window. However, in a few markets, ...
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How to test a website for visually impaired users?

What techniques should I be using when testing of a website for visually impaired users that commonly occur due to aging such as macular degeneration, needing reading glasses, possible loss of ...
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What is the importance of an agreement, TOS, or similar? [closed]

Almost every site I've registered on, especially sites where you can share content, required me to agree with some form of (legal) text. Why do many sites require this? What could go wrong if new ...
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How can we communicate the ability to use the same login credentials across multiple sites?

We currently own siteA.com and have a pretty big user base. We are now planning to introduce siteB.com and siteC.com into the mix. Since we want to end up with a "network of sites" and make things ...
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Responsive Webdesign: Best Practices for Maps Integration?

What is your advice on how to best present the user a list of search results which are location based in a responsive web design manner on a Google/Bing/OpenStreet Map? Since there are some metadata ...
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Display a list of current tasks, future and past

The user comes to perform the current task. If the task is done — the task goes to "done list"; if the task is skipped — it goes to "skipped list". The current design has completed tasks indicated by ...
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What is the best way to indicate an element is resizeable by dragging at the bottom right corner?

I am building a kind of "what you see is what you get" web editor, I have a couple of widgets, buttons, slideshows, images, which are resizeable by dragging the bottom right corner only, like an html ...
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What is a good analogy for a custom selector?

I'm working on a project where the user has a list of labeled input fields and a bar above with some options. This is how it looks (simplified): I'm now looking for an element the user can use to ...
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When going back to previous page may cause disorder

Let's suppose a page listing items whose URL would be: /items. Its content is loaded through Ajax at the page's initialization time, thus not directly populated on server initially. Each item ...
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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 ...
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Slogan positioning on a website

I'm currently working on a new design an I would like to try positioning a big slogan (not a baseline) right at the top of the page next to the logo. On most websites, the slogan is vertically ...
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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. ...
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Having Vertically Long display of Posts are good or not?

I have a fashion website deemasfashion.com, and the main webpage has a very long vertical display of content. My target market is Pakistani / Indians living outside of Pakistan or India. My products ...
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Pop ups soliciting user comments on websites, good or bad?

Recently I was browsing a well known British high street shop's webshop and in the middle of my session a pop up appeared asking if I had any comments on the site. From a recent survey I did on mobile ...
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Dashboards: What's more important, upper right part of the screen or the lower left?

Sort of new to UI design. From intuition it seems that the top-left corner is the "most important" or easiest seen part of the screen and the lower-right is the "least important" or last seen part of ...
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Prototyping Processes in Different Software Development Methodologies

I have identified the following iterative process for prototyping: And its iterative nature makes me think a lot of agile or spiral models, and because of this I think that they are usually more ...
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What do you think of gauges to display information in web dashboards?

I'm redesigning a reviewer-type website for college entrance exams - there are different categories such as math, science, english. Students can take as many review quizzes/exams as they want, and ...
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How to deal with empty pictures when the UI is all about it

I'm looking for solutions to display something to replace empty pictures. The website I'm working on aggregates activities, and those activities does have a picture most of the time. The results page ...
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How to build website mockups / interface design? [closed]

Is there any other way to design websites besides Photoshop? I want to quickly build wireframes / mockups of the new user interface and I want to move the UI elements and rearrange them.
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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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Best way to make use of low-quality photos

I'm designing a website for a friend who is a personal trainer. He has a dozen or so before-and-after photos of clients but they're all pretty poor quality (people are so crazy about a professional ...
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How to make a long text look interesting?

I'm currently designing and building a job board website. I've started designing the page which shows a full job description posting once the user clicks through from a list of search results. The ...