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2answers
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How should I place 3 equally important CTA buttons?

This is an airport transfer quotation form I've created. The user will first select the pick up, destination and number of passengers. Then, they will retrieve the type of vehicle, price and ...
3
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4answers
27 views

Does the height of an input field affect UX?

Overview I'm working on a project that includes an in-browser Chat feature. We're looking for ways to improve the UX. Problem Today, our online chat UI offers a textareathat allows customers to ...
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0answers
37 views

Is the list view a more appropriate design pattern for sorting or ordering data items in a Windows 8 style design

I have often many designs where the implementation of a Windows 8 look and feel results in tiles / cards being used to present information that needs to be ordered or sorted in some way. I think it is ...
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1answer
113 views

Metro guidelines or windows Desktop UX guidelines

I'm designing for a big data-analysis app, lots of data in tables, graphs etc. It'll very likely only ever be a desktop app. However, the project team were concerned that they didn't want to produce ...
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1answer
21 views

Negative connotation to having Support (as in customer support) in primary navigation?

I'm not sure where this idea originated, but for some reason I have in my brain the notion that placing Support in primary navigation can have negative connotations, e.g. our customers need ...
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Why can I only close tabs to the right?

In both Chrome and Firefox I have the option the close the tabs to the right, but not to the left. Why is this? This seems like a somewhat ridiculous limitation to me.
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3answers
29 views

How to know what user likes or dislikes about a product or service when user is unable to express it himself?

I see many people prefer one product or service over another in same category but when we ask them what did you like or dislike in those products they don't really have any answer. They say "I don't ...
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0answers
10 views

build a date “editor” (not picker) that supports repeatable dates

Hello I am trying to build a date editor for a mobile, where a user can choose: Every X weeks Every X days Every X months Every year One time: Opens a date picker The date picker that I will be ...
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1answer
15 views

Searching in whole site or subsection

We have a search form in a sidebar that currently looks like this: Now, we'd like to add an option to this to let the user choose whether he wants to search the entire site, or only the section ...
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2answers
24 views

For shopping cart, use a session or cookie?

My current site uses a session to store all the items in a customers shopping cart. Of course a session will only last so long, so if the visitors came back in perhaps a few hours, or even the next ...
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11answers
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Should users be allowed to use any special character they want when creating a password?

I came across a number of login configuration settings where there is a list of allowable special characters and was wondering: Does this limitation cater for a specific security or usability need? ...
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0answers
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Size of interace elements on an iPad vs. iPhone app

Is it common to make user interface elements (text, edit boxes, buttons, etc.) larger in an iPad app than in the corresponding iPhone app? Would it violate any Apple UI guideline and get us rejected ...
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1answer
16 views

Should preferred control come first on mobile device?

I've got a check for pass, and an x for fail. Both controls are positioned next to each other on the right side of the screen. The preferred action is pass so it should be the most natural gesture. My ...
0
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3answers
262 views

Best practice for design CRUD Split-form UX which have “associate with user's task” mode

I've been searching for how we design Split CRUD form UX which have "associate with user's task" mode. I have a Master-Detail CRUD web-based form. Basically, my form has 1 fields-form, 1 datagrid, 5 ...
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4answers
2k views

Is it default that an English version is always Title Case, while other languages like Dutch don't use Title Case?

I have a multilingual site, and I wondered about this. It feels really inconsistent to use Title Case for one language, but normal casing for another language. Despite that, it seems to be common. ...
0
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1answer
271 views

Why are email notifications editable in desktop clients but not in mobile apps (i.e. Facebook / Twitter / Pinterest)

If you open (on your desktop) Facebook, Twitter, or Pinterest, you can edit your email notifications settings, but obviously not your mobile settings. If you open your mobile app, however, why are ...
0
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1answer
64 views

Surveillance System Builder Utility

I'm trying to redesign a utility that allows the user to estimate what kind of DVR they need based on the type/amount of camera(s) they need. It filters out Video Recorders models based on the ...
5
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0answers
16 views

What was the reason behind total transition towards wide screen displays by the manufacturers?

I often hear complains by users who are not satisfied by the wide-screen monitors and prefer traditional screen ratios of 4:3 and 5:4. Unfortunately such monitors now are quite rare and the laptops ...
2
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2answers
143 views

Should power users be notified when a new feature will change their existing workflow?

We have a legacy application that has a sizeable group of power users. We will be releasing a new feature that will improve the experience for new and regular users, but we know it will impact the ...
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8answers
43k views

Why are Inverted Colors considered an accessibility feature?

Why is it that in most Operating Systems the "Inverted Colors" display setting is considered an accessibility feature? Both Windows and OS X includes this option so it seems to be a recognized ...
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0answers
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Which controls to use for “add new entry” and where to put them

I am tasked to develop application that stores geological data into database, and displays them on the map in the main window. I also need to add following functionality: Editing of existing data; ...
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4answers
67 views

Should 'Change Selection' be an undo-able action?

In Microsoft's Windows Explorer, changing the file selection does not count as an undo able action but in Adobe Lightroom (on windows, at least), changing the photo selection does. It feels like ...
0
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0answers
26 views

Where can I find UX/UI/interaction design freelance jobs? [on hold]

I have a full time UX job already but looking for some freelance opportunities that I can do around my daytime job so I can get more experience and build up my portfolio as what I currently do is only ...
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1answer
33 views

Acceptable length of video for mobile?

We have video content that will supplement written content on our responsive site. All of the videos will be less than a minute. Are there any guidelines for length/size of video content on mobile ...
2
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1answer
27 views

Order of keyboard tab navigation within a form with help links

Situation: I am supporting some old web forms and each input box has an icon next to it that opens up a description section directly below the field. Right now, tabbing through the form alternates ...
0
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2answers
65 views

Using SUS to measure usability of an existing system and compare with a redesigned system

I will be undertaking a whole-scale redesign of an existing system. I'd like to use SUS ("System usability scale") questionnaires to measure improvements between iterations. As a baseline, I want to ...
0
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2answers
25 views

Click or Touch for touchscreen interfaces [duplicate]

I have a mobile interface with a button and an auxiliary text saying something like "click here to complete the action". The problem is: The marketing team is not comfortable with removal of the ...
0
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0answers
13 views

Progressive Profile Capture

Can someone please point me in the right direction of research on progressive info collection? Seen in apps like Match and LinkedIn where they ask a few questions, then later prompt for more. ...
0
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0answers
8 views

Mobile Drill Down using TableView

I need to build a search screen on a mobile phone, which has three options such as search by building, search by a department or search by a location. As soon as the user choses one of these options, ...
13
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4answers
372 views

What do you call a form that changes based on users answers?

I am looking for what to call the UX idea of a form that changes based on the answers a user has entered. For example a web form that asks: Are you satisfied with your purchase? If you answer ...
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2answers
53 views

Share buttons on mobile site?

What are good options (if any) to display share buttons on mobile/responsive sites? Most share buttons seem to open a new window popup or a lightbox like popup. Neither one seems like a good option.
0
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1answer
194 views

How to organize a collection of URLs on an intranet?

As in most big organizations there is a lot information to be found on the intranet but unfortunately most users have difficulty quickly finding what they are looking for. We do have a full text ...
1
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0answers
9 views

What are the most effective ways to expose multiple product colorways?

On an ecommerce category page, what are some effective ways to expose multiple colorways/colors of a particular product? Standard practice seems to be a scale. On the one end you have the product ...
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8answers
5k views

What is the reason arrows are interpreted as direction?

What is the reason arrows are interpreted as direction? Is this a cultural thing or is there something profoundly intuitive to it?
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1answer
66 views

Design for search by date or year

I need to enable user to filter displayed data by date ( 11.2.2015 ) or by year. My current design is illustrated below: download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups ...
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9answers
4k views

Is the discount more important than the price?

I am working on a new app that list a lot of great deals and I was wondering what have the greater impact on user between the price and the discount. In other words : Are users looking for a low ...
2
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2answers
46 views

How does one present the features and functionality of an app to a new user

Example: Financial applications require a lot of information before generating reports. What are some good ways to demonstrate the features to users when app hasn't yet been populated with data? I ...
0
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5answers
232 views

Can users login and register via the same form?

In designing my project I've toyed with having the login and registration in the same form. The inputs for the details needed to login would be there initially, and if the user presses the register ...
2
votes
1answer
549 views

combining cards UI and buttons

I am designing a application for android and have decided to go with the cards theme for the visual design. reasons being, that the information being presented fits the cards format: short bursts of ...
3
votes
2answers
60 views

Navigation drawer and hardware back button: when on root level, exit app or go back?

I have an Android app with several different categories that the user can navigate between using navigation drawer. These categories have drill down views that replace the hamburger icon with a ...
3
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3answers
43 views

Embedded Google Maps or static stylized map

Embedding Google Maps on your website doesn't always have the right effect on the design. With some effort you can stylize Google Maps, but I have bad experiences with that. To me, the only real ...
0
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1answer
70 views

Selecting categorized items from a long list, while knowing a list of preferred/recently used items

I have a long list of items a user should select from, and need a good ui for that selection. Here is some info: The list contains currently 300 items, but may grow to 1000 items or more. The items ...
3
votes
1answer
41 views

Represent and edit object graphs with standard OS UI elements

In most cases the data that applications, forms and so on work with is relative flat. It means that the objects representing the data are actually nothing more than a collection of key-value pairs - ...
3
votes
4answers
131 views

Do nested hierarchies of folders make sense to novice users?

I'm wondering whether there's any evidence that nested hierarchies of folders make sense to novice users. I may be wrong, but I think the complexity or difficulty of finding a file in an organized or ...
2
votes
1answer
31 views

In Single Sign On what does SAML “enabled” control do or mean?

I am currently working on the redesign of SSO signup process/form and want to understand what enabling SAML control implies. The rationale being that if an organisation does not have SSO enabled the ...
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0answers
29 views

iTunes 12 application menu design concept

In most applications the position, style and interaction with menu elements tend to follow a consistent pattern. In the latest version of iTunes the menu design (other than the standard File menu bar) ...
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2answers
73 views

Ok to show iAd beneath Tab Bar?

Would it be acceptable in an iPhone app to show the iAd underneath the bottom tab bar? I know that this is not ideal, but for programming reasons I find that it may be necessary. Does this impact the ...
2
votes
1answer
32 views

App selection/store with not many apps

I'm making an internal-facing web-based interface for our corporate management platform. Users land on a homescreen with different applications available for them to then click on to use. (eg I can ...
5
votes
2answers
86 views

Does a loading animation on a websites initial load improve usability?

I'm working on a site where I am being asked to implement a loading animation on page loads. Essentially, the site will display a loading animation as soon as possible, which will go away once all of ...
59
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10answers
7k views

Why are monitors only at neck height by default?

Most computer monitors are too low. Almost everybody, at least once in their lives, has put a pack of printing paper, a cardboard box, or something else under their monitors stand to bring it to an ...

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