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There isn't a formal UX terminology for what you are describing, although some people would call this a Design Review. Where this fits in the development process will depend on the development methodology. For example, if you are following any of the Agile development methodologies, you start each Sprint by showing the team what you want them to build ...


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Sometime we call it "UX Review" and sometimes we call it a "Build Review" since we're reviewing both the styling of UI elements and UX functionality in a product's current build.


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The key point is user friendly way. Which isn't in your design. The problems are: Users need to dive too deep into details from the very begining. Most users don't want to read/think. They just need to know which hotel is good for them. Measuring scales are not good and are mixed in a weird way. E.g., Clean and Dirty are the opposite sides of the ...


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A spinner is (one of?) the most common input method. It's essentially a really big slider where you don't slide your point, but you slide the underlying numberline. You could take the same mechanics but make them horizontal instead. Which builds off of the spinner metaphor, but aligns it more with natural swiping direction, the idea of a slider, and ...


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No, no, no. I currently work with an engine for searching flights. Basically you got two major variations: Cached searches that searches flights in a database containing cached entries (fast, around 1-2 seconds or less per search depending on how large the cache is) Real-time searches via a GDS like Sabre, Amadeus, Worldspan etc (slow, 5-12 seconds per ...


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This seems to be tricky since you have to show so many informations on a very small display. Let's set on the user needs perspective, they probably are interested in comparing same informations about different products (for example comparing the "Screen size" for the 3 products. Your approach let the user see all informations of a single product, so the user ...


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Typically users want quick answers to questions. Users want the good filtered from the bad. On a sales website you would not expect a travel company to expose a holidays negative points. A comparison site you would expect an immediate comparison in the form of a 1/5 or star rating. Then maybe 200 character synopsis. The user has already made a decision to ...



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