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If you look at a site with a big market in a right-to-left country, like say, Qatar Airways. http://www.qatarairways.com/ir/fa/homepage.page You'll see it's essentially a mirror version of the English version: http://www.qatarairways.com/ca/en/homepage.page So I'd say a good rule of thumb is mirror the page when switching between the two reading ...


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After going through your dashboard(created account), i liked it overall. But the arrows are little confusing. You have used arrows for three different views. For Drop-down Calendar(Widget) Next & Prev Right Arrow just for mark of tab/tile title. It would be better if you can solve this. What i would prefer is as below: And the other look as ...


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Sachin, correct me if I am wrong, I Google and sharing you the information below from Wikipedia, Quora, Youtube along with source link because the topic is very well explained in detail. User Experience Design via: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User_experience_design User experience design (UX, UXD, UED or XD) is the process of enhancing user satisfaction ...


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Ok, so if redesigning functionality is out of the question... Focus on the look and the feel (sounds like you're already naturally gravitating to this, so that's good!) One way to do the presentation is to have multiple drafts/versions of the updated interface alongside the old design that way your client will be able to see the drastic improvement :) ...


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We can usually have expert review on existing system based on usability principles. Also you can run user testing on existing system and user surveys if possible. Your presentation can have these things 1) You can give overview of ux and its importance.(case study of design failures/redesign) 2) ur findng from expert review. 3) Categorize your finding in ...


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I Feel for all the product you can't have one template. First list out all the features of the product and choose the common one. Decide the template based on the common feature and present the product page. For example if its 1000 product, it fall in to 50 Category. Based on the category and common feature it will fall into around 5 to 10 template. It ...


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1) You can simply use a different font, one that has all the characters. 2) You could include a fallback font that is somewhat similar to your main font, but includes more glyphs/characters. That way your main text is rendered with the original font and any characters not included in that font, should fallback to the other font. (That's how I assume it to ...


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Sounds like you want a stacked percentage chart. This can be either a bar chart, or a line-based one.


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I think this is the only visualisation that meets your need for Case 1. Here you can clearly see a declining pattern: Your case 2 is more difficult to solve using this pattern because now you are looking to compare 4 things and the stacked bar approach does come with some challenges when it comes to comparing a trend over time. Consider this example - you ...


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I imagine that you're interested in weekly tallies so you can compare them with each other. And clicking between single-week views isn't good for that. In that case, you'll probably want to show your info in ways that show longer periods of time. Maybe graph inquiries over time for the X most-popular pillows. And another for pillows of lowest interest? And ...


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I believe that the number of columns in this table is the real decider. Without an example table this is all conjecture, I would recommend adding an image so people understand what you are asking. However, that being said, lets' examine your table interaction. Examination: Based on your own words, "EDIT" is the main control. If we are dealing with simple ...


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You could use Googles Material Design as inspiration here. While you describe the component you're designing as a table, it also sounds similar to a list pattern. When designing lists, material design guidelines recommend placing the primary action on the left and secondary actions on the right. https://material.google.com/components/lists.html#lists-...


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Typical number of rows is likely to be the decider. For example, if you have a few rows, Edit buttons might look ok, but if you have many rows each with a Edit button then this might over dominate the visual design, so hyperlinks on column one would lead to a cleaner, less dominant visual design. I personally prefer to use hyperlinks on the primary piece ...



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