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Click, nothing happens, click,click,click,click, cursor moves a bit, click, nothing happens, click, click, click, click to the old point. You can gather this information with modern tools but they are also screen recording with datasets. It will give you some insights but these insights can be also collected during the session. If you don't have any ...


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I believe it depends on the kind of layout you want to test. this would be more useful to complex layouts (such as dashboards). Did usability testing with screen recording and it provided some insights and user pain points. For us what was particularly useful is the sequence in which users tried to do things. Give the user specific tasks and observe how they ...


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The grid sounds like the safest thing to do. What you have there is quite fine and I have seen it in a lot of applications, so I won't give you suggestions for that. I will instead provide you with some more daring alternatives that cross into the realm of data visualization. The data you have there involves factories, products and resources. I don't know ...


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UX Horror: Making users think Here some reasons why it's bad: Color is not helping: It's very hard to tell just by looking at the Contacts chart if blue/green portion matches the number, there isn't any clear sign to indicate this. I think that colors don't make a big difference in this kind of chart where they don't have a direct relationship with ...


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Your idea is fine, but the execution is unclear which makes it not fine. Your goal should always be to minimize the amount of cognitive load you put on the user, and employ as many natural associations that you'd like and expect an average, rational-enough user to perceive. That is to say, you want to make things obvious. Your current flaws are: This ...


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I would consider making the non-focused figure gray like this: You might even consider maintaining only one color as well: Even if you do keep the colors different then I would make sure to make the active color thick enough to be obvious: If the mouseover switching occurs then it should be immediately obvious what is going on. Please ...



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