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eCommerce Payment Process

We have an eCommerce website that takes credit card payments, everything is fine, however sometimes a user enters their details, gets approved and moves on to the Complete page - they then hit back ...
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picking a fancy word for posts

We are developing a web application where users can post beautiful magazine-like articles (those are mostly images and an adequate amount of text). Though we don't like words like atricle or post, so ...
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Accessible Disabled State

Is there a best practice for disabled/inactive buttons or tabs that meet accessibility color contrast requirements? A greyed out treatment seems to be the most common, however grey on lighter grey ...
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103 views

Should a progressbar go both ways?

I'm developing a long-running algorithm and want to give my users an idea of what is the current state of the calculation. I thought of adding a progress bar indicating the percentage of all the ...
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235 views

Different Ways to Illustrate Past Event in Calendar

I am making an interactive calendar, where user can make an event for themselves, or to invite others (very much similar to Google Calendar). Only difference from G Cal is that these events has a ...
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Placing content above the main navigation

Had a meeting with our Product Manager yesterday and he's requested that we put content above our site design's main navigation. Specifically, his request was to put the end-clients logo in the top ...
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244 views

How can you best filter table data: sliders, text input, or a combination of both?

I am designing a data web page (where most people viewing that page is looking up the data) for a game fansite and one part of it looks like this download bmml source – Wireframes created ...
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Alternatives to handle quick searches on sorted values list (when no matches found)

(Implementing on PC environments, desktop and web applications) When showing ordered data lists with comparable values​​, which offers the feature of jump to a section of the list, and highlight it, ...
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40 views

How do you usually gain brainstorming idea on how to design Android mobile app page

My background is developer and I do not have any experience in real UI/UX design. Often, I'm pretty clear what kind of task I want to help users to achieve in my mobile app. I want users able to ...
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Gather - Capture User centered data

I have made a web application for educational purposed which is used by people living in rural parts of the country, who are not able to get access to proper education. I have centers in those ...
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1answer
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Difference between blocking and deleting?

I'm building a chat application and I'd like to give the users the ability to block and delete users, but I'm not entirely certain what their differences are. What is the typical "experience" a user ...
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Invite users to inline edit not only on hover?

It's very common to indicate to the user that they can "edit in place" by changing the style of the editable content when hovered over (e.g. adding a yellow background, "click to edit" tooltip, pencil ...
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Should I support minimum page widths below 960px on a non-responsive layout?

I want to start supporting page widths below 960px (non-responsive), but I know this is not traditional. When I say non-responsive, I only mean that the page layout not change dramatically like you'd ...
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How can cable TV Guide UX be improved using the arrow/channel buttons on a remote?

I've searched around and read UX's help section, but I'm still not sure if this question is too subjective for UX. If it is, I can remove it. This question applies to cable set-top boxes that have an ...
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1answer
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How do I design a web page to use, but not abuse parallax scrolling?

There seems to be a lot of hype around parallax scrolling now-a-days. I'd like to know if there is a best way, or at the very least, a good way to design a web page that uses parallax scrolling, or ...
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1answer
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How to show a bar graph for an approximate percentage value in a given range?

Requirement: First Column should show a value for Total Space Second Column should show a graph for Percentage Used Example: Please find attached the example graph_question.png Question: How to ...
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Where Can I Find Good Contemporary Tabular Data Design Examples

We are building a reporting/dashboarding application that mixes data visualizations with more traditional gridded tabular type presentation. In our application one can click on a chart, and drill down ...
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1answer
105 views

Any Free UX Training Opportunities? [on hold]

As someone looking to break into the UX world are there any free opportunities to get hands on with UXD work out there. If this were photography, we could find people who are desperate for ...
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Organizing all the different API key types without going mad

I'm designing a dashboard for a web app that also allows API access. I got stuck while designing the API keys screen (used to generate .. well, API Keys). See, there are 2 different states for API ...
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Enterprise level Persona

I am trying to figure out the best approach on creating enterprise personas. This is not for a specific product. We just want to get to know our users better which will help higher level management in ...
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1answer
39 views

Website that starts at bottom

Are there any implications of making a site that starts at the bottom so then you have to scroll up to see everything instead of down? A bit of context is that the background is fixed and it's post ...
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Should power users be notify when a new feature will change their existing workflow?

We have a legacy application that have 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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Why is scrolling with the mouse wheel (i.e. in Chrome) in discrete steps?

Wouldn't it make much more sense to smooth this out? I really have trouble keeping focus while reading and scrolling a bit at the same time, and it really feels outdated. Despite mousewheels are ...
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When to use explicit CTA vs. allowing for Discovery?

I have a basic Commerce Layout (sketch layout below). I want to integrate an option where the user can specify a budget limit for Quantity, Cost or both. Question: Would I need to spell out the ...
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What are the proper keys for navigating multi-column “search as you type” results?

Given a search box that has a menu which opens after the user begins to type listing results in two columns, plus a "view more results" button and a "close" button, what are the correct keys for ...
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How to design an interface when a single user is an outlier?

I have designed an internal application to be used by a single engineering team. My stakeholders gave me a resolution I should design all the interfaces at. The application I am working with does not ...
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ECommerce - Suggested Products

I'm working on a quoting system for a catering company. It's really just going to be a 3 course menu, where the items in each course will be suggested based on the event type selected. For each ...
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2answers
71 views

How does providing feedback influence quiz performance?

Working on the design of an online quiz tool, I'm considering what would be the best way to give feedback to the users. It's about multiple choice tests used for knowledge testing of health care ...
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What to do with the “last” button in pagination?

A large number of lists and search result pages use "First" and "Last" links, sometimes styled as "<<" and ">>". In most cases, the "last" button is also the far right one, which seems to be ...
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What is the best the message “Server is not Running” or “Please start the server” and why?

I need to show theis error message when local server is not running. I need to know which message is delivering the right information.
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177 views

Why are developers ignored by UX? [on hold]

I'm a hobbyist software developer who dutifully looks at UX to better design software with the user in mind. I appreciate the nitpicking that UX does for three main reasons: The user's benefit ...
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Lazy loading an image-focused website

Is there any research or study that shows whether it is positive or negative to use the "lazy load"* practice on websites that focus on presenting images to the users (such as photo blogs, etc) ? Or ...
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1answer
87 views

Back button in Navigation Drawer on iOS?

Description: The Navigation Drawer pattern of Android fits my needs pretty good. The app includes several applications. Within applications there are several tabs and the user can open additional ...
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146 views

Determine which features not to show in responsive designs non-full site view?

All of us know that mobile first approach is the way to go developing new applications. But there are few cases where this is possible. Often the customer already have a web application online, which ...
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Touch to return to facebook return button

I have been trying to think of some other UX methods for moving from one app to the other with ease of use and not getting the user over cluttered with button and icons since the system I am designing ...
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1answer
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Complex date-time period picker

I know that this is a recurring question here. But I still couldn't find a good solution. I have a web site, that needs time period as input. The period includes dates and hours. But the hours are a ...
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Best way to show Feeds on mobile with 5 fields of data

I need to show 5 data fields on mobile, which is notification feed. Currently I am showing following 4 fields with distribution as 1. title - first line ( can extend to second if title is long ) 2. ...
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1answer
66 views

Tab navigation vs long scroll

I'm working on an educational course page, I would like to take the approach of a long scroll. e.g having the description and benefits then following are the speakers the following the syllabus, then ...
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1answer
136 views

User Testing Framework and Questions for comparative tests

I am planning to conduct a number of task-based moderated think aloud tests for a service that I am designing. I will be repeating the test with the same setup regularly throughout the year and I am ...
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3answers
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Make entire container clickable?

on the homepage of our site we display an ad container whose purpose is to call attention to a unique feature that only we offer. Currently there is only one textlink on the container that reads ...
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2answers
47 views

Is there any advantage of signup before login with social plugins?

I am building a site and was thinking about if there should be a signup option at all. I found this but there was neither an accepted answer nor enough responses. ...
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Show non-logged in users a members only button, but don't allow them to use it?

I have a 'follow' feature on my site and I am unsure of how to handle it for users that are not logged-in. I currently show the button for all users, and then if the user clicks the button but is not ...
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195 views

One page checkout on mobile devices

How should the checkout process look on mobile devices? Should I even use a single page checkout? I was thinking of having a single long page in which the user first adds name, email, address and ...
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1answer
87 views

When downloading multiple files, should you give many options

I'm showing every owner of spots at a radio station, a list of all commercials he has available to download. Spots can be downloaded one at a time by clicking on a spot's code, where the browser's ...
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2answers
289 views

A standard / benchmark test for user familiarity or proficiency with computer technology in usability testing

When conducting usability testing, a variable that comes up is the competence or familiarity of different users with Internet or software application technology. It seems strange to compare different ...
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8answers
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“Do Not Disturb” tags in hotels, how can they be improved?

We've seen keys being replaced by key cards, new LCD TVs, WiFi and LAN in each room but the one thing that doesn't seem to have changed is the "Do Not Disturb" tag that can be hung on the doorknob ...
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2answers
152 views

Why do some cars only have a physical lock on the driver side?

I have a car (tsx) and I realize that sometimes I will need to use the physical key instead of the electronic key fob to unlock my car. Such as if there is something wrong with the electronics or my ...
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1answer
100 views

Is the ELMER form design guidelines still current? Any other good government guidelines out there?

I came across the ELMER form design guidelines published by the Norwegian Ministry of Trade and Industry, which gives a pretty comprehensive and reasonably well documented set of guidelines for the ...
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How to highlight that drop down filter has non-default option selected

I have a drop down filter with a different options, where the first item in list is the default one. How would you highlight when user change that default option to something else? For example when ...
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4answers
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What tools and / or processes can help geographically separated teams in the design / prototyping phase?

We are applying a rapid prototyping process quite successfully in our team. With our new project we have designers and developers separated by a large body of water. Hence our normal approach of ...

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