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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 ...
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Design conflicts between different target groups

I am working on a design for a travel agency. Their main target is elderly people (60+). The site should also apply for the second target group. People (late 40’s – 50+). The client also want to ...
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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 ...
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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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Basic Website Question for User Experience [closed]

Thanks for taking the time to read this. I know NOTHING about coding, web design, etc. I am pursuing a sales job and the interviewer expressed concern about my lack of knowledge in this field. I am ...
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Best UX for creating or saving a “pre-set filter” or “favorite view” in a huge listing with filtering options (checkboxes)

Background A user is presented a panel with a big listing. There is a default view, but the user can also filter the listing to refresh the "panel". There are two sequential and almost dependent ...
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How can I most effectively communicate design specs to my developer? [duplicate]

I am currently designing a complex app for a large energy corporation and I need to provide diagrams explaining the dimensions of my UI elements, layout constraints, typefaces, colours etc to my ...
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Primary Scenarios and Use cases

Should you write a primary scenario for every use case in a use case diagram separately or write one primary scenario that incorporates all the use cases in the diagram?
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Should Megabytes be the only unit presented to users on download screens?

When I went to download Google's Material Design color palette, I was presented with what it called a 0.02 MB download. After chuckling on how an algorithm might not've been written properly, I ...
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Is lack of redundancy or visual consistency more important?

I was checking out at a convenience store recently and the card reader asked if the the amount of money it was going to charge me matched my expectations. It looked something like this: I laughed ...
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How to indicate a disabled core functionality?

How should a certain action be disabled, when the user has run out of necessary permissions to perform that action? Specifically, I am designing a search engine where each search may take up to an ...
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how can create mega menu with three levels [closed]

I want to design a menu exactly like www.digikala.com, but I can't create second level of menu. please help me . it's too important
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Google UX flaw? switching placement of Videos and Images

Google offers the possibility to search for several different types of media/information: Web, Images, Video, Maps, etc. Lately I noticed that these choices for other types of information is ...
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1answer
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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 ...
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4answers
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Mobile money input, easiest method

For a monetary input, I would have liked to use the input[type=tel], but sadly the decimal/period character is missing from most telephone keyboards on mobile devices. This is a payment amount that a ...
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1answer
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Side-by-side examples of skeuomorphic vs flat design? [closed]

Googling for what's news in Android Lollipop, I came across the concept of skeuomorphic design for the first time. I understand that this term means a digital design that retains aesthetic features ...
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Which tools should I use for freelance web development? [closed]

I just launched my personal website(leonardlabita.com) where I am marketing myself as a front end web developer. I am going to start sending my site out to potential clients and want to know which ...
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4answers
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Is there any justification for different behavior of different ways of triggering the same action?

Something that drives me crazy in certain user interfaces is when different methods of triggering the same action have different behavior. Examples: In Microsoft Word, one can introduce a bullet ...
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“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 ...
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Canonical names for GUI design patterns

In communication with colleagues and clients, which authority (website, book, …) should one refer to for canonical names of GUI design patterns (for web pages, mobile apps, desktop applications etc.)? ...
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UX Team Structure in Agile

I wanted to get some insights into the structure of our UX Team. Currently we have 10 designers all working in an agile environment. UX Manager (on scrum team) UX Team Lead (on scrum team) 8 UX ...
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1answer
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Making typing API keys easier for mobile users

I have a mobile application which uses data from a REST API, and needs an API key for that particular user to access what it needs. The problem is that the API keys are anything but short. ...
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6answers
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How to mark a tooltip-containing word in a paragraph?

I have a sentence in which one word has a tooltip. The data in the tooltip is supplemental and putting it into the main UI isn't required. However, how can I mark the word to notify the user that it ...
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1answer
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How best to create a link/relationship between multiple elements of a webpage?

My current UI looks something like this: download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups A 3 column layout with a list of tasks with titles/details in the middle. I need ...
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5answers
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Do material design's floating action buttons provide a bad UX?

Google's material design largely focuses on clean visuals and a good user experience, but there is one feature that I have questioned: floating action buttons. This is a large button that appears in ...
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As a UX designer should I audit the content while someone else is responsible for website content?

I am trying to redesign a website, I started with creating content audit for this website, There is another person who is in charge of website's content (This person has no idea about UX design ...
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What reason could Nintendo have had for putting the A and B buttons the wrong way round?

When Nintendo brought out it's first game system, the NES, it had a controller with four buttons: Select Start A B However, somewhere, a designer, in their infinite wisdom, decided that the A and ...
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What input fields should I include in the registration? [duplicate]

I was wondering, what would be the most user friendly solution for a registration process. There are two ways I took under consideration. First asking the needed info in the registration form: ...
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Where should the “preferences” item go in a desktop application?

I find that the "preferences" menu item is always in a different place, and often under an arbitrary name which always makes it a pain to locate unless you're already familiar with the software. I ...
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Should ZIP/postal codes be mandatory on web-forms? [duplicate]

Given that many jurisdictions (including my own) don't use postal codes, should the ZIP/postal codes be mandatory on web-forms? Additional info: I'm a web developer building ecommerce sites, and ...
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Best practices for rule builder or logic builder interfaces? [closed]

I've seen many discussions of this, most pointing towards Apple's iTunes logic builder as a good example of the breed (and I agree). But I would love to hear people's opinions and thoughts about other ...
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Are there any UX Patterns or research that support Mac OS treating standard dropdowns (selects) as modal like interaction?

Background: Recently I was working with a widget (Select2), and found what I felt was a rather large UX issue, the <select> box (dropdown) was being treated as modal interaction with a ...
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When should I validate that the password in a confirmation field matches the first password entered?

If a user creation page has a field where you are asked to re-enter your password, when should the page validate that the second password matches the first? I do not have control over whether or not ...
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Examples of products that have 2 areas / sets of login details

Take the scenario of a Point of Sale system, like Square. There is a 'hub' account that is logged in all day from the tablet, that all employees use to make transactions. Every employee then also ...
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“Remember me” login functionality

Is there any research available about the viability and use of "Remember Me" toggles/check boxes on login flows? I can't seem to find any information on whether or not they're used or not.
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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 ...
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What's the ideal width and number of products in line (ecommerce website - responsive)

We have an ecommerce site - daily deal website. I would like to get your opinion on what website width should be. I was thinking about 1000px OR 1200px. But in the case of 1000px we would display 3 ...
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How to improve formatting in user generated content (free text fields)

I run a small job site and one of the big problems I'm trying to solve is to increase the quality of the formatting used in the job adverts. As it turns out copy and paste is painfully common and ...
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List of sub-items on tablets

At the moment I got this setup: download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups Is there a better way to handle this?
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Photoshop Shine Effect [closed]

I work with Photoshop and there's one effect I've seen that I can't manage to copy. The effect I'm looking for is the shiny effect in the next image: I looked online for shine effects but they ...
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Hide feature until user reaches a level of experience, show them in disabled state, or show in full state?

I have a feature that only allow users to use it when they've already reached a level of experience in the app (similar to stackexchange, stackoverflow). Should I: hide it until they reach the ...
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How to design an interface with flip and fold interactions using Material Design

I understood to the point that material design principles mimics real world materials while designing elements in the virtual space. While I was reading the specs over here: ...
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1answer
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Automatic login on password reset

This question has been raised on http://security.stackexchange.com/questions/40723/why-do-you-need-to-login-after-you-change-a-password - With security in mind As one user states: "From a security ...
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Payment Types duplicate information

We are payment company and we offer two payment types - Priority and Local. First user has to create a Beneficiary that they want to pay, there they have to select the payment type. When they are ...
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What do you do when the user interrupts the purchase process?

If a user on an e-commerce site is in the middle of a purchase process when they leave to another part of the site, or perhaps leave the site completely, what information should be retained if they ...
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How to handle “forgot password” when user has not confirmed email?

If you follow the pattern of allowing users access to your application without having confirmed an email (generally considered good UX), how do handle the case where they forgot their password? Very ...
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What research is there suggesting modal dialogs are disruptive?

It seems "Everyone" knows they're highly disruptive for many situations but often times clients don't. Particularly in desktop applications this form of dialog is often misused, often disrupting a ...
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Responsive Grid View with Hover layer

I have a grid layout which has an hover state which reveals information that are crucial as below. The Content of each Grid Item Dish Name Dish Photo Rating Chef Name Chef Photo Chef Location ...
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Language selection: top or bottom of the page?

A client has the requirement to provide translation options on their website, most likely using an automated solution like Google Translate. A colleague and I have been discussing the best way to ...
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Should we use hash tags (with a #) in content titles when that content is often shared on Twitter?

On our website, we have a widget to share our articles on Twitter. Our marketing expert recently explained that when we write the article titles, we should include hash tags in them so they get ...

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