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Another way to get around the navigation between projects (when you're already looking at the detail of an individual project) would be to split your page - one part of the page can hold a thumbnail gallery, the other shows the content for the currently-highlighted project, with a multiple image selector and your descriptive text. This prevents the user ...
Need more context on what the outer galleries are, but you could try using tabs for the user to switch between galleries (while keeping the way you have to navigate within the gallery. It might make the user feel more comfortable since they will be seeing all the galleries available at a glance and tabs seem to be a more structured navigation.
In general, when something goes wrong, software should—in decreasing order of preference: Recover automatically with the most commonly acceptable fix, without bothering the user. Undo can hekp the user back out of a fix they don't want. Offer to fix the problem, with the most commonly accepted fix as the default choice. Inform the user of the problem and ...
Most websites just write the following: 500 Internal Server Error Oh no! Something bad happened. Please come back later when we fixed that problem. Thanks. I dont really see many alternatives because when that error is shown your server pretty much not usable anymore so you dont have a guarrantee that images or css and that stuff is accessible.
If you actually have more detailed information about what the error was, then you can decide whether there is something more useful that you could inform the user of. The question, however, seems to be whether there is a better generic message for an unspecified error on a server. In that case, there just may not be a better message.
Firstly, that was an example given in one answer, not a canonical statement of fact. However, I believe that the point that was being made in that answer was that it is poor UX to present a user with options which they don't understand. To extrapolate on that: the vast majority of Windows users will not understand those options, even if you devoted a ...
The outcome for the choices given is not fully explained for the non-technical user. It's quite reasonable to expect the user to want to minimise the size of the database AND maximise the search capabilities yet these two options are mutually exclusive. The reason for this is not explained at all. The customise option is not explained either: how will ...
It's not recommendable to use the word Cancel in pop-up/alert boxes. You could use another wording like close or quit. You have several good combinations for the buttons, here is just one (for example, you could change Cancel for "No, stay"): download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups In the case you decide to use it, you ...
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