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Server side UI vs. Client side UI [closed]

I'm reading a job description which reads... You are an experienced front-end developer with expertise in Javascript,HTML,CSS & server side UI frameworks (PHP/Python/Node.js). I've always ...
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25 views

Interaction Design Foundation - are they any good? [closed]

I found what looks like an interesting course: The Psychology of Interaction Design being given by the Interaction Design Foundation. ...
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2answers
64 views

Personal Websites - Simple or Animated, how to balance between creativity and content-ambiguity? [closed]

Personal websites are a space to showcase personal skills, and show passion about different things, whether by writing articles, or building things. Animated websites, sometimes, are hard to be ...
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1answer
25 views

Filter dropdown select - empty should still appear in the UI?

Should a filtering dropdown appear in the UI when the content to filter (list of items) is empty? For example there are two tabs in one page that represent two categories of items. In the content ...
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4answers
537 views

UI to convey competency or skill level?

Are there any guidelines out there as to what could be used to effectively convey competency at x, where x is a professional ability of some kind? At the moment I'm dividing skills up by core and ...
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2answers
77 views

Should you change your prototype mid-test?

I am conducting usability tests internally and consistently a design choice keeps coming up as confusing. The tripping point is toggleable tags and whether they should look disabled when not ...
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4answers
81 views

Where is the best place to put Terms & Conditions in a sign-up flow?

I am creating an app that when the user taps a certain action button such as "Follow" they are taken through the login flow. Included in the login flow is 1) Asking for Facebook permission 2) ...
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Tools to convert (HTML) web pages to Balsamiq mockups? [closed]

Clarification: desktop or in-the-browser tools only please (not iPad or else). Balsamiq official website states that the following tools are used for creating balsamiq mockups from (HTML) web pages: ...
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1answer
124 views

In which position does a loading spinner look faster?

I know that if a spinner spins backwards or faster or both the whole loading will be perceived as faster by the user. But what about its position near a text? Let me make an example... Loading ...
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3answers
40 views

Embedded link in text or small link icon next to it in document?

In a document which has so many links (e.g. this CV), where the blue is overwhelming the black, and the whole sentences/groups of words are links, not just some words in the middle, should we use a ...
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4answers
75 views

What is the best way to display friendly usernames?

We are creating an activity stream for our application and I have run into a challenge related to username display. Our usernames are keyed on email addresses, therefore, First Name / Last Name are ...
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4answers
76 views

Selected state of two icons--clarity

We are designing a site that has list and grid views. We are having a heated discussion about which design shows more clearly that the grid view is selected. So I turn to you: Which version shows ...
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2answers
57 views

Gui: Naming menu and commands

I look for guidelines for naming menu or button commands, should they convey the command operation or could be more conceptual and idiomatic (in the context and direction of the software usage) For ...
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51 views

Navigation - Using expanding divs

BACKGROUND: I'm redesigning an internal finance app that will be used by expert users. By expert I mean that the users will be using this app for hours every day. The problem stems from mission ...
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2answers
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Why no typographic apostrophe in auto-correct?

Probably the first kind of automatic alteration or correction of characters entered by the user by means of a keyboard, were “smart quotes”, i.e. the replacement of ' and " by proper typographic, ...
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2answers
37 views

For a classifieds website should we ask the user for his location first or ask after he has searched for something?

Location in this context means current city user is residing in. I am designing a classifieds home page and I would like to know what would be a good UX flow is it: If I ask the user his location ...
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6answers
103 views

Splitting page layout

I'm working on a website for searching electronic projects. I'm considering two options: A user goes on my website and he gets redirected on the landing page. On the landing page, it says what he ...
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1answer
58 views

Expand/collapse all - Combined or separate button(s)?

Note: This isn't a question about which icons or labels to use. It's purely about usability. So, I have a page with expandable panels and I want to add a button to expand/collapse all panels. Now, I ...
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49 views

The goods of forcing the user to follow a path

Maybe this is not the best place to ask as this seems to me like a question regarding two fields: marketing and user experience. Hopefully some of my questions could be solved from the user ...
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1answer
49 views

Usability problem when using multiple selection combobox

I have a pane where user can select multiple values from the database. This pane follows a standard used in every pane with similar cadastre, where de data being edited or created is shown on the top, ...
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1answer
18 views

In Mobile: What's the best way to display photos, in a scrollable list view or in a view pager?

I'm working in an application where we display a photo gallery in horizontal direction. we have 2 options for the user to view the photos: 1- Scrollable list view, where the user can scroll multiple ...
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2answers
173 views

How does changing method of requesting reviews for mobile apps affect the ratings?

I am looking for statistics on how changing how you ask users to rate your mobile app can drastically change user ratings. Other questions have just asked for ways, pros or cons, but I am ...
2
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1answer
82 views

Pros vs Cons of a vertical scrollbar on a smartphone UI (app)

Nowadays it's totally common to see mobile UIs without any visible scroll bars. But I'm wondering if there actually are benefits with adding a vertical scroll bar on a mobile UI and if these benefits ...
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0answers
21 views

Improving vertical navigation using Bootstrap [closed]

I'm creating a website using Bootstrap. I want to create a vertical menu for navigation using Bootstrap. I came up with the following: I don't find this very clear. Any suggestions on how I can ...
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0answers
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word for someone between technologically illeterate and literate [migrated]

Please excuse my question as English is not my first language. I know that you call someone who is familiar with technology - technologically literate and someone who isn't -technologically ...
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1answer
88 views

How can I make these buttons obviously clickable?

I am building an installer in VB.NET in Windows Forms, and am currently adding a final few things such as objects on the About and Preferences pages. I know the buttons are clickable, but the user ...
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0answers
45 views

Are teasers that anticipate form fields but do not allow users to complete a task successful or even a good experience?

I often find newsletter teasers that already include a text field that allows the user to fill in his email address. While it seems as the email was the only required field and submit would ...
2
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2answers
41 views

Workflow and icon status [closed]

I'm designing a new web app for my company. This web app allows the users to check some orders. For each order, we envisage to have the following status : I wonder which icon we should use to ...
0
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2answers
62 views

UX Process / Requirements [closed]

Yes it is kind of long. So please just skip if me getting to the point is going to frustrate you. I am in an arrangement with a re-seller where they have exclusive rights to my software in a market ...
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2answers
84 views

Should I use multiple '*' when typing in one character?

I am designing a secure password login page. I am thinking about outputting multiple * for one typed character. For example: User types: a Password field shows: ****** My rationale for this is ...
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2answers
25 views

Putting authentication in preferences

If authentication is completely optional, and provides next to no features, is it okay to dump it in a preferences tab?
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29 views

Navbar, Subnav Overlaid onto Existing Navbar?

Here's the following question that I'm trying to wrestle with, and I could use other peoples opinions on this. I've been trying to simplify the navigational structure of a project that I've been ...
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1answer
66 views

intuitive multiple directory (like file input) selection design (pic)

Anyway, I'm a developer by trade, but do most of my own design work. The program I'm currently developing requires that the user "configure" several directories in which several 3rd party executable ...
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2answers
75 views

Picking a hymn with a minimum numbers of clicks from main menu

I am building an android app (hymn book). Users need to pick a particular hymn with a minimum number of clicks from the main menu. The problem is that the hymns are around 800+ and will keep ...
1
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1answer
34 views

How to represent user interest in more sectors of same category?

I want to represent the user interests for particular subcategory of some category, to be concrete - let's say we want to track user interest for clothes and I want to see how much they're interested ...
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3answers
77 views

Compact readable boolean expression

I have a boolean expression which I want to show perhaps in a text box which could be easily copied or modified. The expression has conditions ( C1, C2 ... Cn ) and boolean operators ( AND, OR ). I ...
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44 views

How to make windows application looks like standard and profestional?

I look for some advice on GUI of windows application developed by C# VS2012. I don't look for a fancy or unique design but standard and professional. Maybe something like the design of the Windows ...
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1answer
33 views

is “If link is not clickable, copy and paste it into the address bar” really required for verification mails?

I want to make my verification email (or account activation email) really neat with just one "confirm your account" button. However most of the times I've seen that verification email contains below ...
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2answers
48 views

Direction of fretboard

I know it might be a bit difficult to find musicians who have experience with UX, but I'll give my question a try here. I am designing an app for musicians and need an opinion on something: Which ...
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3answers
55 views

User's availability calendar - what is the most intuitive way to allow them to complete this?

I need to allow users to complete an availability calendar. Very basically, they'll either be available or unavailable on a given day. I don't need to go any deeper than days. However, I'd like them ...
5
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1answer
187 views

Are alternate suggestions in “username already taken” errors useful?

I know it’s industry standard to provide alternate suggestions when a user tries to input a username that is already taken while registering. It occurs to me that users A) ignore the suggestions or ...
2
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1answer
137 views

Why do radio buttons precede the labels?

Radio buttons always seem to precede the label and not the other way around. Is there any reason for this? Don't user first read the label before selecting a radio button? Does this have to do ...
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3answers
38 views

How to display a date?

At least for the United states, what is the best way to display a date (of just year month and day) to the user? What order? should the month be fully typed out, the acronym, or just a number?
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1answer
43 views

Dealing with captive portals on rich web applications

I'm working on a web application that contains a number of (form) steps in which customers make a series of choices, resulting in a search result at the end. The form is implemented as a single-page ...
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1answer
35 views

Point and click or arrow key/wasd game movement?

I am looking to start develop games and I am currently in the planning phase however when testing some other games close to what I was to create I see a lot of them use point and click character ...
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1answer
28 views

Best way to display contextual user entry errors in a tabbed html form

I have a web application that has a very large form. That form is split into several tabbed areas, which divide the entry of the data in to logical blocks. I have a single submit button outside the ...
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10answers
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Is it OK to autocorrect users when they have mistyped parts of their email address?

When logging in, users might mistype parts of their email address. For example, name@company.con instead of .com, Yaho instead of yahoo, etc. The main rationale is that by autocorrecting user input ...
3
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4answers
573 views

How would you differentiate this cluster icon from a marker?

I have a map application that shows locations. You can select what item you want to see data about as well, which edits the icons on the map. In the below picture, you see several locations, and the ...
0
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0answers
48 views

iPhone app - Assign 15 people to event from a pool of 550

I'm trying to design a way to assign 15 to 20 people to a scheduled event choosing from a pool of around 500 available persons. Currently, I use one screen that should show number of available slots, ...
0
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1answer
62 views

Can not design window to be used both for inserting and reading data from database

I am working on a financial software which has a lot of data to be entered into database. I have managed to design user interface for entering data on my own, and my employers are satisfied. ...

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