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Grid/List Toggle

I'm working on an effort to introduce a grid/list toggle, and we can't decide on where to place it in the page. My vote was for the top-right, but the client wants to explore other placements. Is ...
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1answer
136 views

floating versus inline alerts

I personally am a fan of floating alerts such as Toasts. I am thinking of using them for the form validation and feedback. I find the inline movement of content terrible, though it seems to be the ...
8
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3answers
279 views

What is the benefit of anthropomorphizing a UI?

Earlier I withdrew some money from the cash machine and at one point the screen read: "Hold on, I'm contacting the server". The designers of the system had chosen to infer through the language ...
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1answer
13 views

Adjusting website content according to searched query from Google / external search engine

I heard that it's possible to customize a website content according to the search query the user has entered before accessing the site through external search results page. It seems like a very smart ...
2
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1answer
87 views

Prompting customer login before making changes to their account

In a project I'm working on, there's a service website where customers can register objects they own in order to use the service. If a customer owns many of these objects, all can be registered on the ...
2
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1answer
33 views

Deviating from the check-mark convention

I would like to create a slightly different convention for single select and multi-select toggle choices. I hate the stereotypical look of default radio buttons and check marks in boxes, so I came up ...
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8 views

Research method for touch gesture design

So, I designed/suggested some gesture for some actions for my college project. The design I made is based on common touch gesture (by common, I mean gesture usual gesture like 'tap with one finger' to ...
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2answers
58 views

Show or don't show the currently selected option in menu or dropdown

Let's say you have a dropdown where a user can choose a color. I'm currently comtemplating whether or not to use the following scheme. When a user selects a color, that color disappaers in the sorted ...
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0answers
19 views

Comparing mouse + Keyboard vs Touch Screen Input Devices?

Is there any research that compares the User Experience of using the mentioned Input Devices ? Thanks Edit: Basically for my dissertation i'm planning on creating a usable interface for a voting ...
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3answers
462 views

Which input control is recommended for an large value range?

I'm working on an web app that allows the user to enter a timing value in the ranges from 0 to 1s with a step of 200ns (yes, nanoseconds). I tried that with an input of type range (slider) but that's ...
18
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5answers
3k views

How to adapt your website for TV browsers?

Many home electronic brands have presented new television sets with built-in browsers and apps. Even though not many of these have enjoyed widespread adoption, the responsive web design movement talks ...
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1answer
142 views

Is there any established convention for indicating that a link will scroll the page? (jump links)

There are various existing conventions to give users clues about what will happen on clicking or touching a link when it is not a standard link to another page, for example: Single chevrons pointing ...
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1answer
47 views

Responsive design - 2 levels of navigation

I'm working on a responsive website, the desktop view has 2 levels of navigation. The sitemap roughly looks like this: Cat1 SubCat1 SubCat2 SubCat3 Cat2 SubCat1 SubCat2 SubCat3 SubCat4 Cat3 ...
3
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1answer
25 views

Convention for serif font

In the design guidelines for Windows Phone, you are encouraged to use the font Segoe WP for the most of your UIs. Segoe WP is a sans-serif typeface. Is there a convention or guideline for which serif ...
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4answers
119 views

For an app with videos, how do you get users to view more than just the first few pages of results?

I'm making an app that has tonnes of categories of videos and within each category could be hundreds of videos. The problem is that users generally only scroll through maybe 30 results which means ...
1
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0answers
17 views

Chat Windows Within Web Application - PopUp or Floating Div?

I'm working on a web application. The application is already built and deployed to clients. It runs on a wide range of internet browsers. I am tasked to add chat functionality to the application. This ...
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18 views

Does one need to follow a specific grid pattern or rule when design an app on iOS? [on hold]

Is there any specific grid rule or pattern that I need to follow before designing an app on iOS ?
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1answer
329 views

Sign Up and Sign In widget on every page: Slide-down Panel or Lightbox

I have a question about implementing a sign up and sign in widget that works on any page on a site (i.e. without redirecting users to a sign in page when they want to log in to interact with content ...
1
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1answer
17 views

Defining user interactions for auto suggest search box with bilingual feature to search

As a service to be availed in a very niche market, we ask users to fill up a quite lengthy form. One of the form fields is where users choose their area of interest. This area of interest used to be 3 ...
1
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0answers
34 views

What makes a border a good border in a webpage element?

I'm making use of borders inside my website's, just like the rest of the world. I use them to mark the actual size of the element. My question is, what are the criteria for a border to be considered ...
1
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2answers
134 views

Usability of vertical split bar to resize splitted view

I have a program with an interface that is much like jsfiddle, specifically the vertically draggable inner "bar" that lets you resize between the size of the left panels and the right panels. I ...
5
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5answers
251 views

Should a user be prevented from making an invalid selection or denied with an error message after the fact?

In my UI, there is an icon for ‘Open File’. When user clicks this icon, a normal file browser window opens. The user selects a file by browsing through the computer. The user should only select ...
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0answers
7 views

How to make my jquery ajax code working? [migrated]

I want to display a pop up after clicking add to cart button but its not working on first click when i click on second time its working and its not updating cart count here is my html code for button ...
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2answers
68 views

What is the best practice for styling video metadata on a webpage?

For a project i'm working on, a video must be displayed on a webpage, as well as the metadata that goes with it. The metadata includes video title, description, rating, video size, time uploaded. At ...
2
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2answers
60 views

Would you consider Trolls while creating personas?

I have this idea for a website that is suitable for heated discussions and foolhardy opinions, but I want to keep it clean and useful. While discussing the idea with some of my friends we identified ...
1
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1answer
203 views

Lightbox video auto pop-up in page load

It is a good UX if we add an auto pop-up(Youtube Video) after page load? What I have is a page called "The App", and the content of this page is all about the features, statistics, and etc. I have ...
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2answers
20 views

How to indicate that an element in a grid is the current one

I'm working on a real-time web application that has a grid displaying a a list of elements that can change continuously. Currently, I'm just displaying a checkbox "Is latest" for development ...
1
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1answer
34 views

is there a tried-and-true pattern for explaining required oauth permissions?

I'm building a webapp that depends on oauth with an outside provider. Before I send the user to the oauth page I'd like to explain to them why I need the permissions I do. Obviously I cannot do this ...
0
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0answers
23 views

Good example of UXs that make heavy use of modal dialogs for interaction [on hold]

I am looking for an example I can check out online of a web app that makes heavy use of modal dialogs (such as prompt, alert and confirm). I am interested in ones that use the "hard" true modal ...
1
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1answer
31 views

What is the sorting order for displaying tiles on a multi-column layout

The use of a tile or card design pattern to present information as a replacement for the conventional list and table view presents a rather interesting challenge for programmers when they have to ...
1
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3answers
268 views

Should I use Collapsible Panels on Landing Page or something else?

I am looking to build a landing page for new users from advertising. On my site, there are several ways to get what you want -- all of them equal weight from my perspective -- but with different ways ...
0
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2answers
28 views

General symbol for randomization

I'm working on a tool that has multiple options to use "random" values. For example, you can place down images, and you can have them Offset from the grid. But you can also check a ...
269
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20answers
18k views

What explains the current shift from glossy UIs to matte UIs?

I've noticed an interesting phenomenon in the user interfaces of many famous applications, they're moving away from the glossy complex to a more dull and bare minimum design. Why the sudden change? ...
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0answers
22 views

Minimum size of a non clickable icon on iPhone [on hold]

What should be the minimum size of a non clickable icon while designing for iPhone?
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0answers
30 views

Implementing a basic spreadsheet UX : if you were redesigning Lotus 123, Google Sheets, or Excel today what would you do differently? [on hold]

I just want to make sure I include all the basics ( like inserting columns and rows, copying cells around ), and don't miss anything that people have realized it would be really great to have in a ...
4
votes
3answers
100 views

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 ...
4
votes
2answers
75 views

Is there a better way to represent a hierarchical user selector for mobile?

We have a hierarchical user tree that allows users to drill down to each level below them and at any point switch any branch in the tree. This doesn't exactly translate so well to mobile devices. ...
2
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1answer
39 views

How much design change can users and stakeholders appreciate?

Summary When you seek to improve a bad design, how do you get enough buy-in from stakeholders and users to "rip the band aid off", or is incremental improvement usually the only way to get enough ...
1
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1answer
76 views

Progress Box and Subversion Repository Backend to update user on revert progress

I am currently on a project that uses a Subversion Back End to commit/revert/lock content. Right now, I am trying to find a way to communicate to the user when a revert fails, why it failed. ...
3
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3answers
192 views

Can not reorganize large number of controls on a form , in a visually appealing and efficient way

I am software developer that has a job to create database for storing contracts. Contracts have annexes and construction reports ( I don't know how to translate this better, English is not my native ...
4
votes
3answers
89 views

Mac OS X Finder's UX drawbacks [on hold]

As you may know, there is no way for a newbie user to find out how they can do a very simple task in Mac OS X, I mean, rename a file/folder. There is no sign for it, there is no option when you right ...
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3answers
35 views

Sorting order in archive

I have a mobile app where the user has "assignments" to do in a specific date/time. Naturally, the list is sorted chronologically from first to last: download bmml source – Wireframes ...
0
votes
1answer
100 views

How to focus visitors on the search bar when there's a category list also present?

I have a product category list on the left side of my store and I can't remove it. What options do I have in promoting the search bar so that more people use it? I added action text inside the ...
0
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3answers
50 views

How to do User Research when interviews are impossible?

User Research is the heart of UCD and UX, most of time my clients requesting my job as UX Specialist "Remotely", and I wonder what is the best working methodology to do User Research when interviews ...
0
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0answers
40 views

Combining local and cloud storage in browser app

I am redesigning the GUI of a browser app (HTML+CSS+JS), a graphical editor kinda. Currently it runs locally, i.e. files are never stored on or retrieved from a server or the cloud and there is no ...
0
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2answers
52 views

Menu link in a users perspective

This is probably a silly question but I'm going to design and develop a site for a bakery and me and my partner are having doubts about a link's text. The page About Us, at first I thought of ...
3
votes
2answers
41 views

How should a 'recently used' list in a dropdown function?

I'm building a complex web app that has a number of places where the user will need to select things from dropdowns. The dropdown lists can be quite long. We are already using the Select2 library to ...
7
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5answers
204 views

Why is there a link to the current page?

If you are reading this, that might mean that you have opened this question (or maybe previewing the question). If you have indeed opened this question, when you click on the question title it links ...
0
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2answers
31 views

Does users always relate underlined words to links?

I was reading an article, and the author underlined a single word. Automatically I though 'this is a link, let's click it', but it was only a underlined word: Is there a study that shows that users ...
4
votes
1answer
96 views

Attaching files other than pictures to a mobile form

Client has a desktop-only website that is migrating to be responsive. Contact us form has a button to attach a file (not necessary a picture). My thought is: attaching a file with a phone is arduous. ...

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