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How is the best approach to display responsive combobox?

I would like to implement comobobox with a search filter for phones, larger screens and tablets. The examples below show how I think it should behave for phones and larger screens. I'm still fomenting ...
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2answers
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What are the universally understood symbols for “remote computer” or “server” or “the internet”? [on hold]

I've recently came across an idea that mobile device icons are growing into a pictographic language of their own. For example the floppy drive can be considered a universally understood symbol for ...
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1answer
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How can I show a “list” of all the showtimes of a single in multiple theaters?

There are 5 movie theaters that belong to the same company; most of them show the same movies. The number of movie theaters might increase over time (they just opened a new one already; the company ...
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2answers
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Compare two distinct groups of data with colors

I have three types of notes, User Note, System Note(, Communication Note(. I have 3 Events. Each event has multiple notes of type User Note, System Note, Communication note. I am trying to determine ...
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1answer
219 views

Alternative for the hamburger icon in webapps

I know the hamburger icon for long now, I used it several times and I personally like it. But as it seems, it isn't state of the art. I am wondering, what would be a good alternative for web apps? ...
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how to handle zoom in and zoom out in responsive design in mobile [duplicate]

I need to display the content responsive on the web page in mobile if the user zoom out also. could any one please help on this.
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A terminology question: differentiating between 'Detailed UX issues' and 'Structural UX issues'?

Does anyone know of better terminology to differentiate between describing: Detailed stuff - eg "The label on that button isn't understood" Big structural stuff - eg "Users don't understand the ...
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1answer
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Should my iOS app have a keyboard shortcut for “edit”, and if so, what should it be?

I am implementing keyboard shortcuts into a iOS app. Some of the shortcuts I currently have: Switching tabs: ⌘ + 1,2,3,4 Adding items: ⌘ + N Search: ⌘ + F Should I add a shortcut that enables the ...
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0answers
9 views

Empty input fields after submission? [duplicate]

What's "best practice" after submitting successfully a form? Should the fields get cleared or should the keep their values? Currently I keep them but some users may get confused (even seeing a ...
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1answer
43 views

Does it make any sense to show previous value on edit product page

I want community's thoughts on product edit page. Currently it is two column layout; one with attributes and other with input boxes but I'm having an argument with my product owner who wants one more ...
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3answers
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Why should a user complete a user profile?

In the design and implementation of user profile UI, the following questions seem unavoidable: What is the benefit to the user of completing a profile page? What is the benefit to the site? Why ...
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2answers
43 views

How to treat diminished CTA buttons

Let's say you have a page that has a prominent CTA in a big blue button (say SIGN UP!) and a diminished CTA beside it, as an underlined link ("No Thanks"). In the body copy of the page is sprinkled a ...
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2answers
84 views

Has a “native” UI advantages over a browser UI?

I am currently writing an application for mathematical symbol recognition. The user writes a symbol (e.g. with the mouse or a touch interface) and gets the classification as LaTeX code. The browser ...
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6answers
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What is the reason arrows are interpreted as direction?

What is the reason arrows are interpreted as direction? Is this a cultural thing or is there something profoundly intuitive to it?
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3answers
58 views

Place Ad after Title or Lead text?

I have a blog that focuses on list articles (10 Photos of Cats You Like) that are structured like this: > Title > Facebook Share > Lead Text > Image #1 > Image #2 > Image #3 > ...
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2answers
158 views

Is there any rationale behind this type of user experience?

This is a very popular website( irctc.co.in) in India which is being used by more than 20 Million Indians to book their railways tickets. But here's something I've found: When you book your ticket ...
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0answers
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How to compare two items in a small space?

How to compare two items in a small space? On the website is one place where are several elements about the same matter. On the list may be more than 4 items. I would like to emphasise - the space ...
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11answers
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Make user aware that he cannot enter arbitrary values into textbox?

In my current web project I have a textbox where the user can enter a bid for an auction. However, to prevent bidding of arbitrary sums, only certain values that match predetermined intervals are ...
0
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1answer
35 views

Alternative to picking from number picker when there are many alternatives

I am developing an app in which you have to choose 2 things. First you pick an item from a list of 7 items: I feel like this works very well with the "number picker" style. One reason is because ...
0
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1answer
28 views

Temporarily storing tester data on an interactive wireframe?

Really just putting this out there to see if anyone knows of a service/site that does this? Looking to do some testing on a setup form / process. I need to store the users data as they input it so it ...
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1answer
59 views

short vs long message - input placeholder

I'm working on a profile update form, it got me wondering - what's the pros&cons of displaying a short placeholder vs a long placeholder? First candidate: Current Password Second candidate: ...
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2answers
59 views

Layout for a flowchart

I have a flowchart with 5 nodes. the connections are as follows: A-B A-C A-D B-C B-D D-C B-E A & E are my start and end points. What is the best way to lay out the flowchart to maximize clarity? ...
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2answers
54 views

For correct accessibility, how should I title an iframe?

We've recently begun using Google Tag Manager on our site, as well as using a tool that tests accessibility. Running our site against WCAG 2.0 Level A results in an error (WCAG 2.0 Level A 2.4.1 and ...
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2answers
68 views

Page scrolling vs. Non-scrolling web app

Here's my problem. I have one view on our web app that needs just a list to scroll, not the entire page. The rest of the views need the entire page to scroll. I have no idea what to do. The old ...
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2answers
69 views

Should I still use Cover Flow?

I want to create an app for iOS sending (virtual) greeting cards to other users. Since the app is iOS only I thought about using a Cover Flow like representation of the various cards to provide a ...
4
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1answer
50 views

Could traditional print benefit from beeline reading?

(Not sure if this is the right exchange for this kind of question, so feel free to transfer it somewhere else.) I just recently rediscovered that I have the Beeline Reader extension installed in my ...
3
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0answers
53 views

SaaS solution vs. On premise solution - should look and feel the same? [closed]

Currently I'm working on a SaaS IT product,that provides users a solution as a service. User logs into our SaaS portal, defines his terms of use (hours, days, months), pays, and starts using. During ...
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2answers
94 views

How best to let users know that the site is responsive, that it should run well on desktops, tablets and mobiles?

Most people won't know what "responsive" means. I thought I might just place a note at the top saying "Optimised for desktops, laptops, tablets and mobiles." Is their an icon people use?
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2answers
124 views

How should I display notifications on the tab?

I'm developing a user-script for StackExchange sites, where I display inbox notifications as well as rep change notifications. Currently, it is displayed in the following way [inbox] if inbox only, ...
12
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4answers
299 views

What do you call a form that changes based on users answers?

I am looking for what to call the UX idea of a form that changes based on the answers a user has entered. For example a web form that asks: Are you satisfied with your purchase? If you answer ...
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0answers
28 views

A graph system for drawing conclusions

Is there a graph system that can be used e.g. in legal and other contexts for drawing conclusions? With a "graph system" (sorry if it is not the right word) I am referring to a set of agreed symbols. ...
0
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1answer
79 views

Struggling to find uses for the mousestop event

I am building a gaming site that is javascript/jQuery heavy to enhance maximize UI/UX. To achieve the best UI/UX possible, I have made use of not only JS and jQuery, but also jQuery UI, the Dojo ...
0
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2answers
99 views

Floating vs Hovering share buttons for listicles?

I have a blog that focuses on listicles that's very image heavy (eg. 10 Cats That Looks Like Madonna). And I'm trying to make it as "share friendly" as possible. So far, I have had floating share ...
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3answers
79 views

General strategy on help

Have a fairly complex desktop application. Uses some advances search techniques and some statistics for analysis and prediction. The help is separated with one section of no UI. These are ...
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2answers
96 views

For a wall of text, is a lot of columns or one long column better?

I'm designing a website, and it's probably going to have some long walls of text because it'll be an info site. I have two design ideas that would make it easier to read, but I can't decide. Both ...
0
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0answers
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Screen recording software for Windows that triggers on a specific URL [migrated]

I have an internal line-of-business web application that is used on a daily basis by multiple employees. I would like to start gathering information about how they are using the software on a ...
0
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3answers
78 views

Scrolling vs. Tapping on mobile

I'm designing a product detail page for tablet (mainly iPad). Given the limitation of screen size (although the new iPad is bigger now), there are content that's cutoff at the bottom. The requirement ...
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3answers
265 views

Is the Windows Title Bar off limits for customization?

With a recent Chrome update, I now have a switch person button next to the three standard Window Title Buttons that are used all the time: Minimize Window Restore Window Close Window When Chrome ...
4
votes
5answers
62 views

Design pattern to display missing data in line/bar chart of a daily data feed

I am displaying a daily data feed in my app, i.e. one value per day. The data is displayed in either a bar or line chart. In the event that a data point is missing on a given day, I want to indicate ...
0
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4answers
67 views

When is it appropriate to publish ebooks vs. PDF?

Our company has a series of printed publications that need to be added to our website. These publications are strictly informative in nature - no marketing, no advertising, no product features or ...
2
votes
2answers
79 views

Is it a good practise to put Ellipsis on H1

I'm designing this blog web site with big typography, and was wondering, since I could't find a thing on the web about that, if it's a good practise to shorten long titles with Ellipsis. It seems ...
0
votes
1answer
68 views

How could a webpage containing multiple tables be displayed effectively?

I am designing a user management tool where users will be made up of several groups. Each group has its own table, but the table headings need to be sticky. Example of a table with a sticky header ...
4
votes
4answers
412 views

What is the difference between human factors and UX design?

I appreciate that this question might not have a well defined scope but i am hopping that providing a context might help. So consider the aviation industry ( often associated with Human factor) as an ...
0
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1answer
49 views

Free online-tools for user interface prototyping with collaborators?

Are there any free online tools for prototyping user interfaces with collaborators? I've found drive.draw.io, but it has no options to add interactivity.
0
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0answers
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Sorting Button for E-commerce Listing Page

I'm working on a responsive project for e-commerce platform. For the XS view we will provide at the top of the list the tools to arrange and sort the list. I designed 3 drop-downs Categories, ...
65
votes
12answers
8k views

Why do some users complete forms all in capital letters?

I have noticed what seems to me as rather strange user behaviour when completing web forms. Our system is used by solicitors and will-writers to submit client information. Sometimes, certain users use ...
3
votes
1answer
57 views

Any good examples of how to show an overview of the status of multiple items moving through a process?

I'm working with a client on the design of a tool runs an analysis on school data and presents the user with reports that help them support their schools This is the process a user goes through: A ...
1
vote
1answer
29 views

Reduced keyboard layouts (software or hardware)

Are there any keyboard layouts designed to use a reduced set of keys, such as the home row (asdfghjkl;) and the rows above and below? I imagine typing would be easier to learn, a possibly more ...
0
votes
1answer
62 views

Where should I put an Add button in a Bootstrap Modal dialog?

I have a UI like this designed at the moment with Bootstrap modal: I was thinking the "Add Shift" button looks misplaced. Would there be any better placement for the button so it doesn't look so ...
3
votes
1answer
98 views

Why the textfield in Google Material Design without box

Why the text fields (as below) in Google Material Design are without boxes? Here is a live demo of Material Design text fields. Polymer paper elements - paper-input What are the benefits of this ...

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