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What is the best way to responsively display large amounts of tabular data?

I'm working on a redesign that needs to translate well from desktop to tablets. There is a table that could potentially hold thousands of entries. Think of this page as a dashboard. From what I ...
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1answer
90 views

How to measure a real UX situation

I'm looking something to do for a UX research. At my startup, we want to track the User Experience of our customers, to gather some important insights that can help us provide a better service. What ...
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2answers
225 views

How can I show popovers on a mobile browser layout?

What is the recommended way to share information pertinent to describing a button on a touch-based mobile browser layout? For desktop browsers the way to solve this is to use popovers that display a ...
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1answer
141 views

Buttons in the “tab area” of a page control

Is it OK to put buttons (or a toolbar) in the "tab area" of a page control? In the example above, the number of tabs is fixed. The rationale behind this is to "save space". However. It "feels" ...
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How to move to the ux from industrial design? [duplicate]

Just found this site and it's my first question. Bit of a long story, but I think most of it is relevant considering the question. (If you are in a hurry, you can jump straight to the questions) So. ...
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1answer
149 views

What's the best way to visually convey rank?

I'm working on "infographic" style dashboard page where I want to convey the rank of something (and how big the whole group is). So "Rank #17 out of 2,312" could be conveyed like: I'm not loving ...
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1answer
138 views

How to recruit engaged users for mobile apps usability study?

We're looking at redesigning our mobile app and we are also looking at adding new features. To evaluate some of the ideas, I'll need to recruit users that are familiar with the app and/or users who ...
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3answers
555 views

How do I edit a table of text items in iOS?

I am looking for help editing a list of text items (names) in a table in iOS. I am using a simple table that displays the name of an item (first mockup). Currently, I allow the user to enter Edit ...
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1answer
77 views

Including “and” or “&” in labels

I am working on the labels of a webshop content management system. For some of the labels, I feel the need to have more than one word to make it concise, even though I know this is not nice because ...
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6answers
575 views

Where to place call to action on the iOS mobile form?

I've simple password change form. I'm wondering where to place call to action buttons. 1 option: big blue call to action is placed under the text fields focus on the first text field - we display ...
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3answers
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Usage of mouse click or replacing with hover

Is it a better practice to user hover drop downs than onClick drop downs? Enter text field input on hover or on click? check this website hover state was elegantly used.Do check the communicate>the ...
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132 views

“Revert to Default” UI element

In the settings dialog of our Windows desktop application, the user can type or select a certain (template) file. If nothing is specified, the application falls back to the default. This is indicated ...
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Dependency between “active” and a date

Developer here, no UX expert. I have a somewhat unfortunate requirement in a Web-GUI: There are data concerning employees, including an active/inactive flag and a leaving date. If a leaving date ...
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1answer
274 views

UI design for Task randomization (online survey tool)

Let's say that my tool enables you to create remote usability test (kind of). Users need a new feature - task randomization. When user design a project, he/she can add a survey but it isn't ...
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3answers
263 views

Dealing with a large registration form

I'm in the the process of creating a registration form for a company where (quite a lot!) of information is required from the user, but I want to make it as painless as possible, while still being ...
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2answers
126 views

Need design element to indicate that hidden options are available

My webpage consists of a series of elements (books, let's say), each with an image and title: http://jsfiddle.net/LjFx4/2/ When you click on a book, it goes to the relevant webpage. What I need is ...
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2answers
208 views

UI for system model vs. user model, for developers

Background: Product I'm working with caters to developers, and I'm redoing the UI to improve usability. Currently, the UI behaves like the system model, which is fairly complicated because its a ...
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3answers
695 views

Does A Slider Control UI Element Like This Exist — The Joystick Slider?

A standard slider, such as an html5 <input type ="range"/> or its many javascript-enhanced brethren, works by providing a handle that you slide between two endpoints, typically with your mouse ...
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1answer
107 views

Should I display Edit/Delete Buttons when only one field is editable?

I know there's a lot of questions out there asking where to place the edit/delete buttons in a row. My question is if there is only one field of data that is editable in a row, does it make sense to ...
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3answers
190 views

Preparing Positioning Specs for iOS Developers

After designing your pixel-perfect application in Photoshop, naming and exporting everything correctly - what is the best method / tools that we can use to explain to developers where we specifically ...
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1answer
130 views

Responsive design for image gallery and widows

I want to create an image gallery where there are multiple series of images, and each series usually consists of 4, 6 or 8 images. Normally, the images are 200px wide with margin included plus there's ...
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3answers
604 views

Primary Action Button Colors

There was some debate at my current place of employment regarding the order of primary buttons. In this case, a user has taken action to remove a user. There is a small call to action that launches ...
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1answer
432 views

How many UX designers are there, worldwide? [closed]

By "UX designer", I mean those who are practicing one or more of the following as their profession: Information architecture, interaction design, visual design, or user research. I'm just trying to ...
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3answers
289 views

For usability testing - How do you handle external links in main navbar?

We are currently creating a new test homepage that we will divert part of the traffic from the main site to so that we can test conversion rates. This site unfortunately will not have all the pages ...
2
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1answer
105 views

What tools do you use for user testing at the early stages of production? [closed]

I am new to UX, and have been put in charge of organizing my (small) company's attempt at user testing. I have managed to learn a ton over the course of the last month, but I still have some ...
3
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2answers
188 views

Does empty space really keep users from scrolling?

I'm re-designing a website and some of the feedback so far is that users may get lost because there's whitespace between sections of content. (Actually, it's not always white space, there's a variance ...
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1answer
52 views

How to provide the best UX for 2 similar brands? [closed]

My point : I have 2 apparel brands and same owner; They have their own identity. One product range could link one to the other. For instance, I have two separate websites. Examples of universal ...
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4answers
107 views

View an object that sometimes is editable, but sometimes not editable

I have a problem where in a table row I have a set of buttons that defines actions of that specific table row. For instance "delete", "edit" and so on. However, in one instance some of the rows of the ...
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1answer
2k views

Is it better to use a Likert scale or Semantic Differential for gathering attitudes towards pages?

For gathering users' emotional reactions to web pages via a survey, a researcher could use either a Likert scale (e.g., Agree Strongly - Agree Somewhat - Indifferent - Disagree Somewhat - Disagree ...
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1answer
132 views

Visual consistancy in mobile

I'm working in a mobile version of a webapp suite (30 modules). It's a enterprise context. So, i've tried to create a different approach of the web. And i got this doubt: The visual consistency ...
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6answers
363 views

Default images in search result

Should search results with missing images use a placeholder, or fallback to textual data available on boxed/grid view mode? I feel that using image instead of data when available makes result look ...
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2answers
65 views

How Intuitive are basic string pattern matching?

I want to convey to my users that they can use as a string whatever pattern that looks like this: *.com is this understood by the general public to mean a domain ending with .com? Can I count on ...
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1answer
202 views

Would it be relevant to learn/understand how manipulation works as UX Designers?

When designing a service for users, we're constantly trying to push them to do things. We're creating systems to get them motivated so they see the value they'll get out of the product. Perfectly ...
3
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2answers
237 views

How to deal with extra space

I'm developing a web application that already use a responsive design(bootstrap) and play well within any small resolution. But that's common that nowadays desktop screens go up to 1920px wide, and ...
0
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2answers
113 views

Launching Another App

Is it bad practice to launch a webpage in Safari from your iOS app? It seems to have its pro's and con's. Pros The transition to Safari looks better than to an in-app browser Users are more ...
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2answers
426 views

Why are the two buttons on the apple TV remote shaped differently (Menu & Play/Pause)

On the apple TV remote, I have realized that the two buttons have a different physical design. The menu button goes invward (convex) and the play/pause one is flatter/goes more outward. I tried to ...
2
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2answers
483 views

Centralized UI/UX with Agile dev teams?

We have several cross-functional agile teams in different locations working on products that aggregate up to 2-3 solutions. Are there any examples of how companies manage a consistent UX across such ...
2
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1answer
94 views

Better way of representing a half empty table for a cheat sheet

I need to create a cheat sheet that would save the user a lot of time for calculations in a medical application. So far I have the cheat sheet with the data represented as a table, where the y axis is ...
2
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2answers
97 views

Touchable address to launch maps app. What is recommended?

Has anyone done testing over what best to display with an address that indicates when it is touched can launch a maps app (this is for a mobile app)? Do you use a Google style pin? Apple style Pin? ...
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2answers
84 views

Should special characters or punctuation be included in hyperlink text?

I researched this topic and there appears to be conflicting answers for this question. When hyperlinked text might include special characters/punctuation, is it proper to include these characters ...
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3answers
123 views

Do password fields on registration forms need to be masked?

Your typical registration page for a web site will ask you for a password, then ask you to confirm to make sure you typed it correctly. In doing so, they typically mask the two fields: Create ...
1
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1answer
61 views

How to best display a legal statement in a responsive menu?

If you have a responsive menu for "accounts" so you can switch between accounts. But then want to display a block of information (for legal reasons) how do you think the best way to do this would be? ...
2
votes
1answer
137 views

Auto-suggestion difference between Google Search and Google Maps [closed]

I've noticed that the auto-suggest behavior in Google Search and Google Maps is different. If you search in Google Search and enter "exa", you'll get suggestions like "exa mple". If you do the same ...
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1answer
427 views

Should I use multiple dropdown menus in mobile design?

I am developing a documentation website for a JavaScript framework I've developed. On Desktops The main navigation only has three links: When you navigate to "API Documentation", there is then a ...
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3answers
998 views

Native vs. Browser Based Sign in for Mobile Apps

Our application currently allows users to sign in using an email/password combination, Facebook or Google. In the update we're working on, we will also add the ability to sign in with a Microsoft ...
2
votes
2answers
300 views

Estimating Remaining Time for a Progress Bar

What is the best way to estimate remaining time for a progress bar? In my case, it's a computing time, but I suppose this is a general issue of estimating the remaining time of a task in a ...
3
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4answers
114 views

In the UXD process who owns the body copy?

I am currently working on a web based application and we have wireframes and style guides. Our process works something like this ... designs for each major flow are prototyped and visual creates the ...
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1answer
70 views

Question on Apple's choice on a particular UI/UX design. [closed]

So I was on hold on a call and my phone was on Speaker, when I observed the choice Apple has made on the "Hide" Button. So my question or rather point-of-discussion is why the Hide is NOT on the ...
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1answer
121 views

Supporting Copy/Paste on the web

Do you have a recommendation on how it would be possible to help people to copy and paste data to their clipboard from a website? Would love to allow users to copy a coupon code from the web, but ...
25
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4answers
1k views

When should a top bar be fixed?

When should we have a fixed top bar? The StackExchange™ MultiCollider SuperDropdown™ isn't fixed, as it scrolls with the page, while Facebook's top bar is, because it stays on screen no matter how ...

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