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I don't think it's so much to do with the ageing population of the internet. In fact Over the past five years the number of people online, aged 65 and over, has remained relatively static — Ageing and the use of the internet I think the change that you're seeing is down to two things: 1) Changing display size and DPI. A 14px font isn't going to ...


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Well, assuming that all your employees get paid, sounds to me like in terms of UI it's just one simple table where the Salary field is editable. download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups


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The primary differences are : The "Hamburger" icon gets displaced in the pushing-menu-to-the right instance. Incase of an overlay, the icon still remains at the same place. For some users, especially users who have not yet caught up to the functionality of a hamburger(even though it is existent since the 80's and was developed by Xerox), the experience of ...


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You say that you have to show the gender. In that case, I would recommend using straight text, and allowing for people with other gender preferences to fill in the blank, or leave it blank. I am not sure what the context of your social app is, but I think that is your safest bet. As for times when that space is limited, just don't show that section, and ...


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What's the possible user stories? Let's see. As a user, I want to see the directories which will be baked up. As a user, I want to add a directory to the list. As a user, I want to remove a directory from the list. As a user, I want to add multiple directories to the list. The default backup tool in Windows looks like this: It responds to all of the ...


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If you are implementing a new look to a company, this is probably the best place to implement a style guide. This will be a great start for defining the new identity and establishing a consistent tone of voice. There is a mountain of resources out there for creating style guides, here are just a couple of useful links: Collection of style guides ...


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They are both indicating how you can get back to the other content (before you opened the menu). This is generally known as affordance. Since both methods leverage the user's ideas about how object should behave in the real world, they can be considered intuitive. I wouldn't say one is inherently better than the other, but if I was designing an application I ...



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