2
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1answer
52 views

Identity Verification for Remote Usability Testing

Is there anyone out there who has to do identity verification for remote testing? I obviously have to get the participants to sign an NDA but my legal department wants me to take it a step further ...
1
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4answers
108 views

How to make a product look affordable [on hold]

I'm working with a client whose sole selling point is affordability. They sell at low margins and aim for the cheapest of demographics. What are some UX or design decisions I can make to make their ...
3
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2answers
81 views

Why do some blogs and sales pages capitalize all words of titles in languages where such a form is not natural?

There is a form of expression that is valid in English, which is to capitalize the first letter of every word, including the link words, on a newspaper article title for example. Translate the text in ...
2
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2answers
67 views

What are specifications for pagination dots for Android 5?

I have been searching about this and looking into the documentation, but failed. Is it forgotten by Google? Or it's hidden somewhere I didn't notice? Example:
0
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2answers
50 views

Creating a Chat Room and Adding Users who are Not Registered Users

Background Note: This isn't the actual type of app, it's just a similar situation. If I have a mobile chat app in which a user creates an account, creates a new conversation and is allowed to add ...
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5answers
1k views

Use of TWO hamburger menus in mobile app

I have a client who INSISTS on using TWO hamburger menus in their app: one in the top left, one in the top right. This is to basically mirror functionality from two related websites: one uses the left ...
0
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0answers
24 views

Camera Options for UX interviews [closed]

We're in the process of conducting UX interviews for our app. We're wondering which is the best option for a camera. We tried Veho Muvi's Pro, but the resolution we got was only 640. We're looking ...
0
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1answer
46 views

Best way to align controls in different sections of a form that has different controls and layout

I'm having a hard time designing a simple form to make it look neat. Below is the snapshot of my form which has different sections in the form. Each section is having different combination of ...
2
votes
1answer
61 views

How do you convince your company to take Lean UX methodology? [closed]

I'm struggling working in an environment that are using waterfall process. How people in my company usually process projects are CEO and other department managers come up ideas and tell directly to ...
0
votes
2answers
145 views

Suggestions and references for a modern-looking and clean UI? [closed]

I'm working on the UI of a single-page application that allows users to manage (add, edit and remove entries) information about their products. The interface must be capable of presenting hundreds of ...
129
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7answers
15k views

Why is the 0 next to 9, not next to 1? [duplicate]

On almost all keyboard layouts I have ever seen, the 0 is to the right of the 9, rather than to the left of the 1 (the original Dvorak layout is the only exception I can think of; it has 0 between 9 ...
0
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0answers
23 views

Big matrix, does not fit viewport [closed]

User interface, result of filling multiple forms, must be visible as big sheet with different cells, sometimes merged rows and columns. I'm searching for ideas how make it no so simple as Excell ...
2
votes
2answers
40 views

Unequal spacing issue with pre-existing UI elements

I'm using a style guide to redesign my company's home page but the search bar is too large to fit in the original place I envisioned. To fix this issue, I moved the search bar upward, but that ...
1
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0answers
37 views

What are the best forums / newsletters for User Experience discussions? [closed]

There is HackerNews for developers or similar interest people. There is DesignerNews for designers or similar interest people. There is Reddit for everyone else. Do you know any online meeting group ...
0
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0answers
26 views

iOS using tabs in modal view to show camera/multiple photo galleries

In our app there are many pages of forms, and each page can have (or requires) photos attached to them. Photos can come from the camera, photos previously taken, or a view of certain photos from the ...
5
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3answers
230 views

Is it a good idea to require users give an email address to see our prices?

I'm working on the website for a startup. They offer three plans tiers depending on your business size: small, medium and enterprise. The first two plans have a fixed price, but the price for the ...
-4
votes
0answers
56 views

Is Google working on Gmail Browser application? [closed]

Now a days everything should be in form of Material design based on Android Lollipop effect. Lot of Google's web applications are changed to material design like contacts, Google keep, etc.. But still ...
2
votes
0answers
51 views

At what stage in Development should a 'Coming Soon' page be displayed, if at all? [closed]

I have just begun developing a Web application, and have often seen 'Coming Soon' pages displayed on other sites before launch, with options such as signing up for notifications and a possibility of ...
2
votes
3answers
125 views

What's the best title for Web Application pages?

In a typical Web Application we use the CRUD model to manipulate objects in a data store. The user will see a list of the objects on an index page, create a new object on the new page, edit an ...
1
vote
1answer
85 views

Modern example of picklist?

I am trying to find modern implementations of the picklist. The main benefits of this ui being the ability to see all selections at once in order to add/subtract them from a group. This kind of ...
2
votes
3answers
106 views

Visitors don't complete registration

A lot of visitors access the registration page, but only 46% complete the registration. Is this a good ratio? Does anybody have any references or research that determines the ratio?
3
votes
3answers
48 views

What are the conventions for keyboard shortcuts in Windows and OSX?

Keyboard shortcuts in Windows appear to follow some sort of convention based on the modifier key, but I can't figure out precisely what it is. Here is my current best guess: Ctrl often execute ...
8
votes
3answers
223 views

How to cluster map markers with different statuses

We're designing an application that displays a large number of markers on a map. We need to do some clustering on these markers, but the problem is that each marker has four possible options for ...
3
votes
2answers
100 views

Help with chat feature

I'm building the chat feature for a web project. We have a couple of specifications: Support for general messages that will be broadcasted to all users subscribed to the room chat, and for that I ...
4
votes
2answers
57 views

Suggestive search limit

So I'm currently having a debate with people I work with around a suggestive search box. The debate is around what's the best UX for displaying large amounts of content. As an example: If a user ...
7
votes
3answers
157 views

Is address line 1 + address line 2 an anti-pattern? [duplicate]

The typical address block on a form contains two fields for address: Address ------------------------------- | | ------------------------------- Address Line 2 ...
0
votes
0answers
15 views

Use and display of real-time user experience data in web applications

I recall a while back that Zendesk displayed what felt like a 'real-time' feed on performance metrics that reflects some measure of the overall user experience (which for customer support is probably ...
1
vote
2answers
100 views

How to present different layers of data detail in one table

I am developing a dashboard for an ecommerce software which shall give some information about webmasters that deliver customers through their ad campaigns to this ecommerce. The requirement is to ...
61
votes
11answers
6k views

How to convey: “don't move until the task is done!”

Our local public transportation system uses electronic cards (something like RFID technology) to validate rides. Users enter the vehicle and place their contactless card against a reader, and a beep ...
2
votes
1answer
61 views

Two main functions when using a floating action button

We are designing a complex app with a lot of different pages/views. From all of the pages we want to be able to "Add" stuff that is relevant to the whole instance. Most times this means you add things ...
0
votes
2answers
89 views

Should I add more colors? [closed]

I'm developing an UI for my application and since we're in 2015 a lot of people really like flat/minimal UIs. Take a look at the screenshot of my UI and tell me if I should change it, I think there's ...
0
votes
4answers
211 views

Should I make an effort to prevent trivia questions from being repeated too quickly?

I'm coding up a fairly simple trivia game. Right now, I have about 350 different pairs of questions and answers. Each question is chosen at random from the 350 before it is displayed. While it's ...
0
votes
1answer
33 views

Kano survey - Why Expect/Expect is not questionable

I don't understand why the couple answer expect/expect from kano survey is "indifferent" but not "questionable. Does not it mean the question has been misunderstood ? Below a reminder for kano survey ...
0
votes
1answer
38 views

Grouping a 2x2 set of options

I'm am not sure what kind of grouping to use to present the following four options: Block something permanently Allow something permanently Block something once Allow something once Initially I ...
4
votes
2answers
51 views

How should a CLI tool, that requires arguments, handle being called without arguments?

Context N.B. Herein, the terms "tool", "application", and "program" are used interchangeably. This question is not concerned with CLI tools that are intended to be useful when called without ...
1
vote
3answers
71 views

Good way to help the user remembering the password strategy [duplicate]

Nowadays sites have different password strategies. In example: Facebook: 6 characters min, no restriction Ameli.fr: 8 characters min, all should be numbers. StackExchange: 8 characters min, upper ...
4
votes
4answers
79 views

'Same as billing address' checkbox - Ticked or unticked by default?

I'm working on a subscription user journey. Most of the subscriptions are for digital products. However, a few of them may have a print included in the package and we would need a delivery in this ...
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votes
1answer
51 views

Why minimum resolution for mobile web design vs. mobile app design is different? [closed]

After a lot of experience with mobile-first responsive design, I recently got a weird question from a visual designer colleague: "Why do we have to design mobile websites at minimum resolution of ...
0
votes
1answer
49 views

Best way to turn down iOS users with legacy version of iOS

I am building an iOS 8 app (iOS 7 and below not supported). Is there a standard procedure to "turn down" a user with a legacy version of iOS? (E.g. Use a modal with some text, and then automatically ...
0
votes
0answers
20 views

How do I choose the right buyer persona to serve on my website?

In my (b2b) organization, we have created key buyer personas for each type of service we deliver. We want to focus on writing conversion oriented content for decision makers our website. But there are ...
3
votes
1answer
72 views

Material design solution for popovers

Material design has no popovers, and I wonder what should be used as a replacement? For example, how would you advise Product Hunt to replace their popover when they switch to material design?
6
votes
2answers
65 views

Usability of map clusters?

Have there been any studies around the usability of map clusters? I am talking about the practice of grouping together map markers into one object on a map when there is a high density of individual ...
1
vote
1answer
24 views

How do you tell users about surveys?

I'm drafting a user research plan for the next year on a higher ed site, and am interested in including a short online survey in addition to a few other, in-person user testing methods. Our site ...
3
votes
1answer
56 views

How to gather “post-experience” user insights

I want to gather some user feedback about an application process. I was thinking it would be ideal to 1) do real-time usability testing and 2) gather some feedback from people who completed the ...
2
votes
1answer
49 views

Where to place links for sub-records

This is a problem that I had in several places in various web apps that I built. I'm asking about one specific case because it's simple and clean. I have this page: It's a project, called "Come ...
15
votes
7answers
1k views

Making a Streak Visualization More Intuitive

I'm currently working on a website for tracking habit change. On the report page, I have goal cards users interact with in order to record their progress: The donut chart in this example is trying ...
2
votes
1answer
99 views

Magnifying glass cursor

I have had a quick look on this site but haven't found anything to help me (unless my search terms were poor). Anyway I came across a post a while back saying that for the cursor on zoom, a magnifying ...
1
vote
2answers
280 views

Form validation and disabled buttons [duplicate]

Allowing a user to submit and find errors is likely optimal compared to the cognitive load of searching a form to see why the button's disabled. However, this could be avoided by providing real-time ...
4
votes
2answers
105 views

What is the best way to display empty fields in a user card?

I'm creating a user widget for dashboard. What is the best way to fill the empty fields here? I can't hide the labels here if they are empty. And if I use "No information available" does it seems ...
1
vote
1answer
54 views

Android: toast vs alert dialog

In Android application, which one should be prefered - toast notification or alert dialog? Or better, where should we use toasts and where should we use dialogs? Personally I would use toast for ...

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