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Can the mouse interaction be considered as a touch interaction?

I believe that experience comes after perception. So UX can be defined as the user's learning towards a perception. In the case of a web application, where user experiences mostly through sight, can ...
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451 views

Hamburger style navigation for web [duplicate]

I see a few sites use the hamburger menu in a web experience as a constant navigation element. I can understand using it when the browser window is reduced in width/height in a responsive manner but ...
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2answers
101 views

Alternative icon for email attachments [closed]

The email attachment icon seems to always be the same in every client, a paperclip. There are dozens of examples, and I've included some below: My question: is there a different symbol that could ...
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194 views

In a map routing application, what colors should the start and end point have?

We're designing a map applications that allows you to set starting and ending points to plan a route and we're not sure which colors to associate with the two markers. This is what we've got so far, ...
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Logo size for new website? [closed]

The large companies chose small logos (apple, amazon, gmail, facebook) etc (on login or search pages they have large logos). But if I go back a few years, all those large companies had large logos. ...
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137 views

A user's input doesn't match what he think it is

I'm new to UX design, got a question bothering me for some days Hope you guys can give some tips Prolem: my app is kinda a calendar app with a map, and I pull data from a user's native calendar, an ...
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2answers
209 views

responsive, paginated tiles

We're displaying a paginated collection of tiles (fixed width and height) within a variable width container. We have an upper limit of showing only 15 tiles per page due to the server resources ...
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93 views

Search Navigation in Mobile Web

I am working on a search page design for an e-commerce website. I cam across these solutions while searching on the internet iPhone & Mobile Web: Pagination vs. Load more vs. Scrolling I am ...
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5answers
301 views

Sidebar dealing with a lot of data

I've been struggling to come up with a filtering and navigation solution. Below is a screenshot of what I've sketched out so far. A quick background on my situation: This part of the application ...
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Percentage of screen readers users in USA?

"Percentage of screen readers users in USA" : Is there a place where I can find such statistics ? A more global statistic that would still be good too. I came across this page but I could not find ...
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333 views

What is legible way of showing different status for different time slots

Color coding is what I thought but there are 10 different status. Example: Color coding: Different color indicating different status from 1pm- 2pm, another color indicating another status from ...
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Are Drop-Down Menus Outdated and Poor Practice? [closed]

I have read sentiments online about the demerits of the trusty drop-down menu. EDIT: By 'drop-down menu' I refer to the navigation bar on a home page, not a drop down list on a form. Is it really ...
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855 views

Are textured backgrounds accessible?

The following image is a design that is raising concern over accessibility, due to the presence of a light speckled background texture, and possibly the color contrast between text and background. I ...
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1answer
116 views

UI : How to edit, save and load a list?

I work on a list builder component that the user must be able to build easliy, save and re-open if needed. I precise that only one list can be active. I didn't find any similar component on the web, ...
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67 views

How should I approach adding custom themes to a sales management application?

I work in a company that develops some of the best sales management tools in the states. Recently I proposed the idea to add custom themes support which would include: -different color schemes ...
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2answers
91 views

Why do some blogs show the full blog post in Home/Category page instead of an excerpt?

Some blogs show the full blog post in the Home/Category page instead of a shorter excerpt of the blog post, for example http://blog.mozilla.org. I find that: Sometimes it's hard to skip to the next ...
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2answers
296 views

Should I have one unified design between mobile and desktop?

With a website I'm building, I'm wondering if I should combine the experiences between platforms together. For example, I'm wondering if I should keep this for both mobile and desktop. Here are some ...
2
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1answer
252 views

Mobile app menu at the bottom of the page easier to access?

I saw the new user interface changes made to the New Words with Friends app, and they have placed the 'hamburger' menu icon at the bottom of the page, and moved the controls for the different views of ...
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2answers
395 views

responsive menu logo

often times a menu bar on a responsive website turns into this three line logo: ☰ i'm curious as to why this symbol has been thoroughly adopted. why aren't words such as "Menu" or "Navigation" ...
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115 views

“We” vs. “You” in documentation

I am writing a tutorial that describes a configuration of a linux server. It will be published on the internet. Quite often I want to write something like this: In this chapter we will configure ...
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147 views

Is mobile UX creativity restricted by the ideas of SDK's providers? (Apple, Google, Microsoft)

Apple, Google and Microsoft in general control the roadmap of the operating systems used by over 95% of the users. I wonder if the creativity for UX in mobile applications is being controlled or ...
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1answer
792 views

Android back button and tabs

In a recent presentation from a Google employee (Navigation anti-patterns), it states pretty directly that it's bad practice to navigate tabs using the back button (see this slide - ...
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2answers
171 views

Suggestions for a clean interface for two related,linked lists

I'm making a restaurant menu editor. There are menu "items" and they have "options". For example Turkey Sandwich or Hamburger would be items and lettuce, tomatoes, onions etc would be options. ...
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2answers
63 views

Think aloud test with participants familiar with the interface?

Today I conducted four Think Aloud tests of a website used in a lot of schools here in Denmark. Unfortunately I did not prepare properly as I didn't think to check weather the test participants ...
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1answer
112 views

Avoiding two primary buttons on wizard

I'm designing a a web page which have a wizard. On this wizard, in one step, the user should upload one or more images, and then continue. This is the mockup: On this case, how can I avoid having ...
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1answer
87 views

What are some benefits of having a single child folder?

Let me rephrase the question: What are some benefits of having a single actionable event on screen (e.g. single child folder, single button occupying the whole screen estate, etc.), immediately ...
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While building Javascript library, should I validate input? [closed]

I'm building small javascript library (library design is based on user experience, users are programmers. If it shouldn't be here, but on stack overflow, I have no problem with moving it). I'm trying ...
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1answer
80 views

How often should you redesign the user interface of a mobile app (non-consumer)? [closed]

Is there a published best-practice or recommendation for how often the user interface of a mobile app (professional/enterprise not consumer) should be totally redesigned? If so, could someone please ...
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388 views

Pagination Design

We are working on a pagination model with a text box entry for entering page number. I would like to solicit your feedback on the below mentioned scenarios in terms of usability and accessibility. ...
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1answer
58 views

Hinting for disabled field

I am working on a web application and the advanced search goes through a number of records and returns them for the user. There are fields and filters that are specific to the item type. Currently ...
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1answer
443 views

What pattern is used on LinkedIn's profile strength meter?

On LinkedIn, there is a pattern/widget that is used in several places. Most notably, it is on the right hand side of your LinkedIn profile, which shows how complete your profile is. When you hover on ...
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1answer
281 views

Is it a good or bad idea for a video player to have the play button in the top-left corner?

Do you think it is a good or idea and why? Also, why do you think Comedy Central (e.g., The Daily Show) put their play button in the top-left corner instead of the middle?
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Good UX for inputting 14 different times

I'm updating a form which has elements for each day of the week, and the user needs to select a start time and end time for each day. Currently this is just 14 different text boxes where users can ...
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2answers
47 views

How to do filtering, searching on logs

I'm working on a screen where system logs are rendering and default threshold per page is 10 and a load more button to fetch more data [No pagination].There are filtering, searching and sorting ...
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5answers
225 views

Get people to read FAQ before contacting support

We need people to check the FAQ before contacting support. The current solution we are using is to name the entire section of the web page FAQ, even though it also contains a form to contact support ...
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1answer
62 views

Does the language on error message convey correct?

We are developing carpool app. Does the language reflect politeness and accuracy in intension?
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1answer
118 views

Why can we save images only as a square or a rectangle? [closed]

My question is quite simple. Why can't we save images as a circle or a triangle? What is the reason behind it?
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5answers
662 views

How to handle requests to pages for logged in users that shouldn't be looking for them?

Let's say a user successfully logs into my web application. At this point there is no need for the “Sign up” and “Log in” pages to be visible anymore in the navigation, but what if they still try to ...
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6answers
808 views

Showing the full path to a folder when changing its name

I have a form where a user can enter a new name for a specific folder. The full folderpath is displayed on the form for informational purpose which leads to a problem. I don't want my form to expand ...
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1answer
161 views

Complex structure results in scrolling and toggling mobile UI

I have a complex settings structure to manage machinery, where parts(functions) of the machine can have a combination of one or two settings. So basically the settings are set individually, but some ...
2
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2answers
355 views

How to optimally place time, temperature and icons in a grid?

I am coding a personal dashboard which includes, among others, weather forecast. I have a hard time optimizing the structure of the weather forecast. The constraint I have is that the time, ...
2
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2answers
95 views

Best way to construct a daily repeating set of steps?

I am developing an (web)application in which a user can upload data (for example excel, csv), apply some filters and export this data in several other formats. The user can continuously upload more ...
2
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4answers
291 views

Save confirmation on webpages

I have a form on a webpage that is editable. The form unfortunately can be quite long and can go beyond the fold. Where is the appropriate location for a 'save' confirmation feedback message? Is there ...
4
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3answers
444 views

If a customer uses Guest Checkout, then returns and Registers, should you associate their previous orders with their account?

I've seen a number of recommendations to support guest checkouts. eg Should registration be optional on an e-commerce site? In an e-commerce site where logged-in customers can view previous orders, ...
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3answers
455 views

Mobile. Long list to scroll, vs. collapsible trees

Regarding mobile.... The user uses 2 dropdown lists to select a date range for a filter. The results of the filter (date range), which are shown below the filter options, is where my manager and I ...
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2answers
210 views

Navigation bar on a website

I've designed a website that uses a navigation bar. On this bar there is a tab called "Contact" and it has two further options "Private" and "Office". My question is whether I should include the ...
2
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2answers
162 views

Importance of Lateral / Transverse Navigation in Hierarchy

Trying to resolve a navigation quandary for an e-commerce website. Current set up is like so: download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups Clicking either a link at ...
2
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2answers
751 views

Foundation has the “ok” button of their modal-dialog on the left, why? [closed]

Foundation 5 has their "ok" button on the left side of the modal-dialog. jQuery ui, windows & Mac (maybe more) has it on the right. Do they know something that everybody else doesn't? Or is this ...
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2answers
108 views

Purpose and relevance of website name and logo? [duplicate]

Take this stackexchange UX page itself as an example. It contains the StackExchange logo and the words "UX User Experience" (website name) in huge letters. If you're creating a ...
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4answers
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What are good contrast colors for a GUI application

I am developing a GUI desktop application using wxPython. It is not a website or any web application. I have four boxes in my GUI. I want them to be distinct. Of course They have a different ...

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