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How to allow users to position newly created items in a sortable item list

Background I have a list of items that a user can create, move around, edit and delete. Each item can be a different type such as a textbox field or a header. To create a new item or edit an ...
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Save Before Quitting

I'm designing a mobile app with a settings screen which allows users to save their settings or reset them. It's setup where if the users makes changes to their settings and taps to go back home, they ...
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155 views

Best way to present the user a way to select multiple entries in half a million options

We have an already very complex form that represents a contract between a dealer and multiple retailers. Until now, choosing the Retailers was done using a multiselect dropdown with a search textbox ...
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UI for splitting/consolidating orders

I'm working on UI for managing orders in an Ecommerce system. Entities at my disposal include: orders, order items and shipments. I need to implement a clear system to allow my users (vendors) to: ...
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1answer
32 views

Selecting an item from a hierarchical tree

First and foremost this is a web application. Basically I'm looking at the concept of editing a record. Each record is tied to a tree node path. I'm kind of at a loss as far as what would be the ...
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“Change password”, “change your password” or “pick a new password”?

I have seen these different phrases on various websites and I was wondering which one sounds warmer, more inviting and more trustworthy? Which is more user-friendly? Personally I don't understand ...
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How to show this long input with prepend in Mobile which allows user to choose url name?

I'm working on a responsive website where I need to inform users that information he will fill in input will be used to create url for his campaign he is going to create. That input looks like this. ...
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Interested in why the “Sign In” options are sometimes so trivially designed compared to the “Sign Up” option?

Over the past few months I've noticed a lot of big name websites that seem to trivialize the "Sign In" design in comparison to the "Sign Up" design, which is much more centrally located, and usually ...
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1answer
42 views

Is User Psychology similar to the use of empathy?

So I've been doing some read up about UX hoping to firm up my base as a UX practitioner and was just wondering and thinking if User Psychology is similar to the use of empathy. Understanding that a ...
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1answer
106 views

Is top-tab bar anti-single-hand operation?

Some Design such as Android Design suggests that we place the tabs in the top. It will be very cool to swipe to change a tab to another close one. But when it comes to more than Three tabs, it will ...
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123 views

“Your friend has sent you a message on our website, register to see it” - is there a name for this technique?

Sometimes I get emails like the following, presumably targeted to me as a friend/contact of some person, X: You have a message from X on our super awesome website! Click here to read this message. ...
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377 views

Isn't www.google.com violating one of the most important design and usability principles? [closed]

When you go to www.google.com in Google Chrome and start typing into the search box, which is in the middle of the screen, as soon as you start typing Google Chrome is moving your search text into the ...
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208 views

Checkbox vs toggle

There's a constant debate on checkbox vs toggle. Personally, as an iPhone and Mac owner, I'm still very confused every time when I see the toggle. I often ask ask myself, "The 'on' is on the left, ...
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Should I clear a form after the user submits data?

This is just a general question. I have a single-page web application that does not navigate away after form submission. My question is whether I should clear form data after a successful submission ...
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40 views

Grouping participants in a card sort analysis?

Instead of having one large subject pool of card sorting participants, has anyone ever tried segmenting their participants with a supplemental survey to define which persona they may fall into? If so, ...
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71 views

How to present language list along with proficiency

Our users can select a language from a drop-down list and proficiency levels, which are: Speaking Not at all Proficient Slightly Proficient Moderately Proficient Very Proficient Extremely ...
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51 views

UX resources for very specific use cases (Surveillance software)

I'll try my question as specific as possible. Where can I find UX or usability research regarding special use cases, such as video management software for surveillance systems? Almost all of the ...
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1answer
37 views

Audio player repeat button behavior

I'm creating an audio player for Android and I would like it to have repeat function (apart from simple play/pause functions). However I'm not sure how should the repeat button behave. I see two ...
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1answer
62 views

Designing for multiple devices: What grid/grids should I use? [duplicate]

I'm having a big doubt here regarding grid systems. See, I have to design a medical dashboard application for a lot of devices: These are a 42 inch LCD screen, a regular computer screen (using 1200 ...
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1answer
89 views

How to design an interface for planning and booking itineraries

I'm building a webform application that allows visitors to plan and book an itinerary with multiple pickups and destinations in the same reservation. A user can add up to 4 'transportations' and will ...
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3answers
95 views

Not notify user about bad results?

I'm developing an App that saves a user time doing something by giving the user instrcutions every step of the way. To make it more rewarding to use the App I want to give him some feedback on how ...
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1answer
85 views

Are the majority of Mobile Users familiar with the meaning of their platforms' “share / action” icons?

I have a hunch that this is a bit like double-clicking the home button on iOS, in that only the minority of tech-savvy users know about it. Successful apps that involve sharing as a core feature ...
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29 views

June 4 or 04/06 or 06/04? [duplicate]

What is the best way to present dates to users? Is there any downside to using the worded dates to avoid ambiguity? (Using June instead of 06)
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How to display discounted price?

This question is related to how to effectively show pricing information. The product I sell have a retail price, a product price (at certain discount off the retail price) and an offer price(which is ...
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2answers
102 views

Responsive Design / What is an appropriate web component to choose a distance regarding user's geolocation?

I own a responsive web application. I want to let user filter results (supposing a page listing some data) based on his geolocation and a chosen limit. For instance, Bob wants to see all meetings ...
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0answers
42 views

How should I offer instant discounts in response to user actions?

We deal in online apparel subscription model. People subscribe based on number of garments they want. Once people choose garments, get them shipped and then use them, they rate them high if they like ...
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2answers
50 views

saved search on mobile

I have been asked to mock up a simple search interface for a mobile device. At first it was search box and search execute button. business has asked me to include facility for user to run saved ...
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4answers
884 views

Is an in-app email function useful to users?

I am working on a startup and one of the features we thought we would implement is the ability to send email to other users/groups who use the application. Email isn't a core piece of what we do, we ...
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AntiForgeryToken versus Captcha [migrated]

I am having some question regarding captcha and AntiForgeryToken Do I need to use captcha if I am using AntiForgeryToken in an MVC application. Does AntiForgeryToken prevents automated form ...
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1answer
59 views

Do mobile and touch gestures impact bidirectional screen convention? Any UX research?

We know that users in bi-directional (bi-di) locales (speakers of Arabic and Hebrew) for example read/write text from right-to-left (RTL) and read/write numbers from left-to-right. hence we have bi-di ...
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1answer
80 views

Auto focusing erroneous form input fields

I'm auto focusing the first input field of my Sign up and Log in form before the page is displayed, but I'm not sure what to do as far as auto focusing erroneous fields after validation. I have a ...
2
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1answer
45 views

Name for JS UI Component

There's a text-dragging UI component I want to use, which can be seen in detail here (drag the cookies!). This is a pretty common idea, and is used a lot in native production applications. I would ...
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2answers
418 views

Do average users expect the Esc key to work on websites?

I'm currently working on a fairly standard website where one page lists a series of projects - clicking on a project leads to an animation and then displays detailed info for it. I've got a back link ...
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1answer
107 views

Responsive Design / Is it a good UX for a multi-step form?

I've got a responsive web app that displays a multi-step. There are 4 steps: What?, Where?, When?, With?, that are indicated on each step to let user know the progress. For instance, here's what it ...
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1answer
83 views

Send Button (but with option)

My app allows users to send messages to each other (among other things). My send button is placed at the very bottom of the screen and takes up the full width of the screen. I have introduced a ...
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0answers
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what are different approachs to keep user 'in flow' or engaged? [duplicate]

I'm currently reading some papers, some of them are Functional metaphoric approach to be ‘in the flow’ with computer interfaces by Pranav Mistry and Interfaces for Staying in the Flow by B. B. ...
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1answer
62 views

What is the most appropriate opposite of “Select All”?

Is it more appropriate to use "Deselect All" or "Select None" or some other phrase to indicate the opposite of "Select All"? Context: A toggle button in an iOS app UIToolbar that will select all ...
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1answer
74 views

UK Locations, permalinks, and textual representation

I have opted to post this here because UX seems like the most suitable place. I also noted the following question: Asking location in the UK My issue is as follows - I am developing a directory of ...
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1answer
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Disabled JavaScript notice, AFTER user signup?

My site relies heavily on JavaScript, and the site is based on user signup If a user is logged in and has javascript disabled, it throws a notice and disables all major site functions The question ...
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0answers
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Material Design headerbar and icons color [migrated]

I'm trying to design a website using the Material Design guidelines. I've a navbar/headerbar with the logo of my website and some icons. The background color is transparent, showing the background ...
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0answers
21 views

Optimum number of text in the colomn in iphone and android device?

Hello everyone I was trying to fit the some names in the colomn in iPhone and Android screen. I dont know how to optimze this number to get maximum no of text in both screen. Does this number depends ...
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3answers
79 views

How to best deal with slow page load

I'm working on a web project that displays a map to the user, using google map's JavaScript API. Inside the map, I will populate markers to display data to the user. Now, my problem is that my data is ...
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5answers
100 views

Should a CTA name use more casual/friendly language or direct language

I am currently working on a project where a user configures their product and the next step for our user is to click a CTA to contact us about this product. Our main success metric is the successful ...
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4answers
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Forms with Remember Me or Save for Later

A reoccurring form appears where a user is presented with a short form followed by small checkbox and then a submit button. My personal experience using these things is that I don't notice the ...
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0answers
51 views

How to design different “columned” table

So we are trying to come up with a solution of how to display different number of columns in one table: for example) ...
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1answer
24 views

Tab sequence in dynamic forms

This question is about usable tab sequences in dynamic forms. Is it possible to exclude conditional fields from the tab sequence when they are hidden, and include them when they are visible? Assume ...
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3answers
66 views

Grouping Similar Controls

For Windows based software regarding image processing, I am torn between two options for grouping logically similar parameter controls. The option on the left is more thrifty with screen space, ...
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0answers
32 views

Screen flow for adding items to a list in a mobile app?

What is the recommended (optimal) screen flow for adding items to a list in a mobile app? The two options I came up with are: (Shopping Cart Style) Start with a blank form for adding or finding a ...
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3answers
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Top-down hamburger menu / is it a cool experience regarding my application?

I own an application managing some meetings (conceptual example). Of course, my website is responsive so that it's fully usable on mobile devices. Before showing some screenshots of my navigation ...
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usability of search form [duplicate]

I have been asked to review a search form This is the default view for a search engine on a web application. This approach is more like an advanced search and it jars with me. I am told that this ...

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