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I would not recommend using multi-select (because people often don't know how to use it) or drop-down select (because of the danger that if someone scrolls down while they still have the focus on the drop-down select, it can change the selected value without them realising). This article from A List Apart, Sensible Forms, has some helpful advice and ...


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It sounds like you would be interested in the results of e-commerce UX research studies. Some of the current best practices and design trends are derived from these studies. Here are some conducted by the Nielsen Norman Group about E-commerce. Unfortunately, the majority of them require payment to review the results. ...


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Well there are many things you can do. aria-label and visually hidden text are the first to come to mind. Aria-label example: <button aria-label="primary (or other meaningful text)">Button text here</button>. Visually hidden text, only "visible" to screen readers: <button><span class="visually-hidden">Primary Action</span> ...


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Apple calls this Slide Over in iOS 9, but I've also seen it called Page Slide. That second link is from Bill Scott (one of the authors of Designing Web Interfaces), and he gives a bit of a summary of the pros and cons: Usage To reveal additional navigation controls In TV or mobile space since controls and/or space is limited To expose a ...


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This is called the Hamburger button or Hamburger Menu. I have also heard Navigation Drawer when it comes to android terminology. Most of the time, the pane is on the left side, but it's the same.


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The vibrancy of the Material Design palette is mainly based on hyper-saturation of the shades. The saturation force is strong with those. I suggest that you detect the level of (de)saturation of the colors used in the company identity guide and apply a similar level of (de)saturation to the chosen colors from Material palette. This way you will keep the ...


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The best solution I have seen so far is made by Intuit with their Online TurboTax product. The complexity of the domain is enormous, the price of a mistake is colossal. They've split the whole domain into groups of simple questions. By answering these questions users navigate their way in their tax report. If something is irrelevant to their particular case, ...


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You ask the most 'intuitive' way ... I think it is when user is able to 'know' at all times where he/she is while updating the settings. With hundreds of settings organized in groups, its easy to 'forget' what was changed and what was not during the course of huge update. A summary of log changes in the side bar (right side for ex: as shown in pic) would be ...


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Before choosing between them, you should think of the best possible version of each one. Eg: Text Box You could let the user type freely but also offer some default options to make them easier for them (Google Calendar does this) In the case the possible values are not too much you could offer an spinner Slider I suggest to read this N.Nielsen ...


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Which one is better and why? And how does frequency setting design in website view and mobile view? Among the choices you have given (slider and drop-down), drop-down is far better than the slider design (regardless of website or mobile) due to these problems with your slider 1) Just by looking at your slider I cannot make out which different ...


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What qualifies as a good UI implementation for desktop and mobile differs slightly. It also depends on the context in question. User probably wouldn't be able to tell the difference between 15 minutes or 17 minutes, 30 seconds or 1 minute notification. I would do away with free text input box and replace with a drop down to limit the choice. The selection ...


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What you are doing is adding the role item to the various different location or organization groups, however the UI design looks like the role is a group that you are adding location or organization items to. I believe this is why users are confused. Can you make it clear that the selected role is being added to the location / organization groups, rather ...



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