2
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1answer
49 views

How to indicate a control's value is pending submission

In the application that I'm currently working on, the user is allowed to make changes to a subset of data from an external data source. Changes are made using basic or custom controls such as Toggle ...
0
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2answers
86 views

Button instead of Buy Now

I need to develop an android based user interface which lists items to purchase. But in this release I cannot integrate the payment gateway. I would like to integrate a button that indicates an ...
0
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1answer
62 views

Choosing the right term: Professional vs Premium

I'm having to choose a marketing name for a commercial version of a product. I have to decide if use the term "Professional" or "Premium". In terms of User Experience, can someone help me to spot the ...
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0answers
28 views

ranking/score card based comparison design [closed]

I have a list of search results that are shown with 5 to 8 columns. The user will then select them and have a comparison list. Now I need to allow the users to select certain columns and set priority ...
0
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2answers
60 views

Indicating list item is pressed

What would be the most conventional way in showing that an item has been pressed in the list below... that would fit into my current design?
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1answer
37 views

Organizing application menu

I'm hesitating between these two ways of organizing the menu. I prefer option 2 because "Side menu 1" could grow quite a bit and it seems cleaner to me. On the other hand option 1 allows faster ...
9
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6answers
849 views

Product Manager against personas

I'm having a problem conveying the benefits of personas. I'm working on a complex product and am trying to get my team to build/use personas. Thing is, I keep getting rejected on the claim of "What ...
1
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2answers
30 views

What is the correct tab-indexing for a log-in form with a “forgot password” link?

I have a login form shown below, and I am trying to figure out the correct tabbing for it for the best accessibility and user-experience. This seems like a very common design, but I haven't found a ...
1
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2answers
82 views

Include/Exclude interfaces

I am trying to design an interface where the user can choose to include certain items from a long list and also exclude certain items. The usual interfaces that I see are of this type This interface ...
1
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0answers
74 views

Urls for page state in a single page app

In a single page web application that uses hashes/pushstate to create urls is it considered a good idea to use urls to record page state? An example would be adding a url to record the selection of a ...
2
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4answers
181 views

Too many text-only buttons

I support a rich client line-of-business Windows application. Several of my forms have started to get bogged down with an array of buttons specific to that form. These buttons have historically been ...
0
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0answers
41 views

Layout filterable grid and categories

Background A user goes to this page to view the levels their groups (>=1) have been placed in for certain categories, i.e., basketball, etc. Each category has an overview pdf document assigned to ...
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0answers
31 views

A good way of filtering 3 values

I have a lsi view, which I want to filter by following values: all; items with some property "a"; items that don't satisfy a. For example: all; zero values non zero values filtering with ...
0
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2answers
70 views

Is “Get Adobe Acrobat” still necessary for business websites?

First off I think its important to say this is a business to business website that isn't web / techy related. It's a manufacturing company selling to blue collared contractors. On our existing site ...
0
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1answer
62 views

Split pane on mobile application, does bottom pane have to take up whole screen

I'm currently developing a UI for a tablet application (portrait view) The client asked us to split the application into two panes, where the left side is a preview pane, and the right side gives the ...
0
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3answers
77 views

Should a web service assign users an auto generated email address or let them pick their own?

I’m building a web service, that assigns a private email address to users and lets them email their content to it. I want the email address to be easy to remember, so they can use it from any system. ...
1
vote
1answer
84 views

Pixel Perfection in Development

I am new to this community and I apologize if I am asking an obvious question or one that has already been posed to the community. I am a UI/UX Designer working for a software and services company in ...
0
votes
6answers
158 views

Why say “verify you're a human” when only humans can read it?

Does saying "Verify you're a human" in the heading of a captcha make sense? As far as scripts, bots, or other automated spam are concerned, they cannot make anything of this. At most, they would just ...
0
votes
1answer
21 views

“Device in use” phrasing

I'm making an android app, in it there's a settings section regarding notifications. There's a category of settings that apply only when the device is currently being used, and the category is labeled ...
4
votes
3answers
161 views

Do users really want responsive dumbed down versions of websites?

I recently read this article Google: Bad User Experience For Mobile Users May Lead To Ranking Issues where an example of responsive / mobile optimized web site is shown side by side with its desktop ...
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6answers
3k views

About fullscreen scrolling webpages

There are recently many websites using full screen scrolling pages since Apple launched their own with the iPhone 5C. (website not available anymore, but a reproduction can be found here) Some other ...
3
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2answers
152 views

Which gets more interactive: QR code or shorten link?

I am making a poster and I would like to add a document so that anyone who is interested can see further details. At first, I thought that using a QR code would make it look cooler, but after reading ...
1
vote
1answer
27 views

User notifications on a social network type site

I am trying to create a notification list for my website which is a small social network. The idea is that the notification list will list all new users who sign up who have similar interests as you, ...
0
votes
3answers
64 views

Indicating object (of varying shape and size) is selected on a touch interface

What is the best way to indicate that an object (of varying shape and size) is currently selected in a touch interface such as the one below?
4
votes
6answers
966 views

How to show remaining time?

I'm developing a Q&A product. Answering form works like this: Each question has 2 answer slots. If you're writing an answer, you can take your time, but after a few seconds of not writing, a ...
3
votes
1answer
73 views

Is there any UX study on when we should send HTML email and when plain text?

By considering email web and desktop client's compatibility and big/small screen and devices. Is there any UX study on when we should send HTML email and when plain text? For better conversions.
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2answers
103 views

Best way to overlay flat icon over a rich image in tablet applcation

What would you say is the best way of overlaying an flat icon over a image in a mobile application. I've tried fiddling around with the opacity on both images but they don't seem usable yet. Are there ...
0
votes
1answer
43 views

Should a document viewer app show the document name?

To save screen space, I decided to not display the document name in my document viewer screen. So only the standard action bar (with the app name) is shown above the document. Would it be better ...
0
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3answers
43 views

Open vs delimited writing areas

What's more comfortable to the user? Open, unobstructive writing areas: Or enclosed ones: Also, I wonder if the absence of delimiting borders makes users feel 'overwhelmed' (because there's too ...
0
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1answer
34 views

Cognitive strain by reading data in tables?

I would like to know if there is a study made about the cognitive strain that there is (or isnt) on reading dataheavy tables. I know there is a lot of help out there for how to make tables easier to ...
0
votes
1answer
41 views

Easiest “two factor verification” method (sending verification codes to cell phones)

I'm testing out my app with real people. They sign up, including entering a phone number, and it text messages them a code. The person responds to the text with the code and viola, mission ...
1
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1answer
70 views

How to highlight the concept of degree of separation?

I own an application aiming to organize meetings between users that may know each other. For instance, Bob creates a meeting, and Alice then notices it. Alice expects the application to inform her ...
0
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3answers
91 views

Are there still many people dragging scroll bar to scroll down/up in the webpage?

In the webpage, are there still many people dragging scroll bar to scroll down/up instead of Using wheels on the mouse or just two fingers' swiping on laptop's touch pad. I know for most mac users ...
0
votes
1answer
83 views

Why the X is the symbol associated to the “Close application” action?

I was wondering about the reason of the choose of the X as symbol used to represents the "Close application" operation.
0
votes
0answers
10 views

Is the list view a more appropriate design pattern for sorting or ordering data items in a Windows 8 style design

I have often many designs where the implementation of a Windows 8 look and feel results in tiles / cards being used to present information that needs to be ordered or sorted in some way. I think it is ...
0
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0answers
24 views

Design pattern for sorting / ordering items in card view

In a table design pattern there is usually a 'primary' key value which all the other values can be sorted by, and it is easy to sort or order the rest of the attributes associated with the item. ...
5
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4answers
572 views

How to force user to select a location and not simply type it?

Let's suppose this simple form: So, the user is expected to enter the keywords of the meeting's full address. While typing, suggestions are displayed (autocomplete feature). Here's an example: ...
0
votes
2answers
39 views

Is there a difference between 'Attempts remaining' and 'Attempt N of X'?

I am trying to load a third-party script in my program. If the script fails to load properly then I will attempt to load again a set number of times. I need to inform the user that this reload attempt ...
1
vote
1answer
370 views

Best practices for picture password implementation

Instead using of the conventional password design (***** in a text entry field) in my mobile application, I've been thinking about letting the user create a 4 item password from a collection of 10 ...
0
votes
2answers
19 views

Ordering a set of cards/data by two properties

I have a set of cards, in this case people. Imagine a dating site where the user wants to find people who are both near to them geographically and have a high match rating. I'm not sure what the most ...
1
vote
2answers
59 views

Designing for Android (with zero Android experience and no Android device)

I was recently commissioned to wireframe, prototype and GUI design an Android app. While I am highly experienced with UI/UX/GUI design for mobile iOS apps, I have very limited experience designing for ...
31
votes
6answers
3k views

What to show while a game is loading?

I would like to know what is the best solution to show while a game is loading? Do you think just showing a loading bar is enough, or is entertaining with a mini-game, like snake, the better ...
2
votes
3answers
279 views

Do all screens need headings?

Trying to understand a particular element of standards and best-practices. I'm tasked with designing a new dashboard for an internal system (note: SEO is not part of the equation; security ...
1
vote
1answer
67 views

What's the deal with the “Shake to send feedback” on Google Maps for Android? [closed]

Google Maps for Android has a feature by which shaking the device opens a "send feedback" dialog. This baffles me. What could possibly be the rationale behind this? Why would one want to shake the ...
0
votes
1answer
81 views

Best UI for setting multiple options

I've got a web app that uses canvas drawings. I'm now adding a feature that lets users choose their preferences for the drawings' style. This necessitates a separate UI. At this point, I've got to ...
1
vote
1answer
43 views

Touch-friendly nested checkboxes/drilldown

I'm designing a widget to select one or multiple regions. Regions can be nested within countries and 'main' regions, like this: France - Central France - Paris - Bourgogne - ...
1
vote
3answers
307 views

Using radio buttons responsively

I am working on a project with form design - giving users a choice of 7 options. With prototyping (in Axure), I have found that users using mobile phones seem to have some difficulty selecting radio ...
0
votes
2answers
42 views

How to determine categorization for a large ecommerce catalogue

I have an existing online catalogue of more than 300 services to provide improvement to. One of the common complaints anecdotally is around the current navigation, that the labeling isn't clear and ...
0
votes
0answers
27 views

How do I indicate field name after multiple drag and drop on the same screen?

I have a screen where we can add 4 images and 2 text strings on the same screen.Images are drag and drop feature.Text have feature of "Click here to enter text" and entered text is shown there ...
0
votes
0answers
11 views

Making 4-column table responsive [duplicate]

I have a 4 column table for displaying event information about our event. I am facing issues with narrow screens when I have 4 columns of data in the view. What would be the most feasible solution ...

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