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Text articles vs Video tutorials

I noticed recently that many web sites advance video tutorials over text articles. Why is that so? In my opinion it's much easier to learn from text because: You can read faster than most people ...
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1answer
60 views

Phone calls tracking: is it a good idea to replace the phone number by a CTA?

I'm working on a landing page for a private taxi. The desired action on this page is to make a phone call. Now, there's a big phone number and a small script to track the clics on it. That works well ...
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3answers
4k views

Reply all replies to self? [closed]

The mail client Microsoft Outlook have the option to use “Reply All” in a mail conversation. When you hit the “Reply All”-button, your name sometimes turn up in the to-box, meaning you’ll also receive ...
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1answer
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Mobile web app, “tab bar”, useable or too obtrusive to bottom native browser controls?

I've never seen a case of someone using a tab bar in a mobile web app, but I think the idea has some merit. I can understand that the actions may be hard to click because they'd be right above the ...
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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 ...
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3answers
231 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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13answers
4k views

Should Mobile-optimized sites allow Zooming?

Zooming is common on mobile because sites aren't designed for it; you need to zoom, generally, you don't want to zoom around. Mobile sites are supposed to not need any form of zooming, and often ...
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2answers
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What are good patterns for 'Select Existing or Create New' use cases?

I have a scenario in an appointment booking web applicaiton, where there is a form, where I need users to be able to search for previous clientele, and if they are not found, have the option of ...
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7answers
4k views

Is high contrast mode really useful?

In most operating systems and on some websites there is a high contrast mode, intended for use by visually impaired people. I have doubts, however, whether using such mode makes any sense - from what ...
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1answer
3k views

Why android not show icon in overflow menu?

After android introduced the action bar after 3.x, I found that its native API hides all icons if the menu item is shown in overflow (three dots on MENU-button-lacking device, or after pressing Menu ...
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8answers
2k views

Should I ask users to rate my app with pop-up window?

I have recently noticed some "high-profile" apps like facebook and twitter randomly displaying pop-up windows to get me to rate their app. Seems to be a fairly new trend...good idea?
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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 ...
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3answers
236 views

Multiple dropdowns in the header section

I would like to have the ability to filter content based on countries. Countries have been divided into different groups based on geolocations as regions, cultural habitats, climatic situations. I ...
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0answers
25 views

Best tool for animating icons? [closed]

I'd like to introduce some fine detail touches to our web app, through elegant animations on things like custom preloaders, checkmarks, etc. Think 500px, Google Material, etc. Examples: ...
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2answers
37 views

Repeating Sidebar and Nav titles within the Page view

Should I repeat the active (selected) navigation (either top or sidebar) title within the page view itself? My current opinion is that it should not repeat as long as the tab that is active is clearly ...
1
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1answer
217 views

UX Patterns for Multi-Monitor Thick Client Apps

I am building an application (Thick Client/WPF) that will run on systems that vary in specifications from a single monitor to multiple monitors. I am trying to think through the navigation and screen ...
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2answers
163 views

What's good UX for selecting an item from a list of potentially 20k+ items?

Each client using the site has different options in that list, gotten from the client themselves. A normal select field works for most clients (who have between 5-10k options). A few, though, go all ...
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1answer
33 views

How to reference a part of the page that could be below or to the right

I've got a basic contact form (not currently "live"; it won't actually submit), which has a small area of the page as a description of "how to contact us". In this section, I reference the contact ...
0
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1answer
21 views

Better to use icons or text to present options on product listing

On my app, when a user taps an item, some icons (favorite, add to cart, more detail) pop out below giving them some additional features. Now my concern is that these icons can be difficult to ...
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0answers
13 views

Best Practices - UX for Devices [closed]

Can anyone please suggest or help with any resources which explains the Practices for building User Expierence for a Device. Planning to do a CNG display.
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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 ...
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 ...
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0answers
24 views

What if I can't find a convincing icon for a category/thing? [closed]

I am trying to represent Flat, sharing room and Paying guest accomodation with three distinguishing icons in a space of 30px x 30px on a webpage. I can't afford to put plain text. Any solutions?
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1answer
47 views

Website with splash page with user selection

I'm designing a website that has two distinct audiences. My current idea is to have a splash page with a selection stating to which audience the person belongs to, then it would redirect to the ...
2
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4answers
182 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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2answers
142 views

Are customer surveys used in LeanUX

Do current LeanUX methods advocate sending out surveys to understand potential customer segments? Or should personas be written based on assumptions and then just user tested with customers that fit ...
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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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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 ...
2
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1answer
113 views

What is the accepted best practice for asking for permission to send a user email?

When a user is setting up their profile in my web app, I want them to act on 2 different email settings: 1) Permission to email when another user interacts with them (for example, sends them a ...
0
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1answer
63 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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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?
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
votes
1answer
102 views

The Keikendo Maturity Model for developing an organization's UX capabilities

I saw the Keikendo Maturity Model of an organization's UX maturity and immediately thought of the paper by Jonathan Earthy that talks about the Usability Maturity Model. Comparing the two ...
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2answers
178 views

Implementing Google Material Design on non-digital products

Reading through the Google Material Design principles and explanations, it seems like they have abstracted the design of products to a high level that is applicable to a range of traditional and ...
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2answers
136 views

How should the form control buttons be arranged?

Where is the best place to show form actions in a system (CRUD buttons*)? I have currently placed them in a sticky header that follows a user down the page so as to always show the controls, which is ...
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2answers
143 views

Providing grid summary

We have a grid listing some data and then there is summary, which is also a grid. What is the UX pattern/ideas/designs to display both? If there is an operation like clear (which should clear both ...
3
votes
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 ...
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vote
2answers
233 views

Using a modal to display information

I am working on a dashboard to display menus. Throughout the site, we use modals to display important or separate information that prompts user action. Now, there is possible design for a modal to ...
0
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2answers
247 views

Can we Combine Repetitive Columns or how to manage data having more column on single page without scrolling to right and down?

Good Morning to all. i have to manage say more than 10 column on single page, for Ex= It is application say student want to give feedback for teacher and according to fields student have to answer. ...
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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 ...
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3answers
2k views

Login and Register in one form

We have been seeing more sites following this UX enhancement: where login form actively checks for registered username/email, if a user entered an unknown email/name, then the form inputs are updated ...
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2answers
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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 ...
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0answers
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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 ...
0
votes
3answers
78 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. ...
0
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1answer
63 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 ...
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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0answers
42 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 ...
0
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1answer
71 views

Lots of components in a toolbox menu a bad design decision?

I'm developing a website builder application and I have to design the menu with the components. It's essentially the part where the users are selecting and adding the text or image components. I ...
0
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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 ...
3
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2answers
1k views

What is the best practice for a search bar?

Traditionally search boxes had a magnifying-glass image on the left of a search box with some search text, but today I see many websites just with text "search" (no boxes) and when you click on the ...

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