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There is a jQuery plugin for Like button, which has lots of themes: https://likebtn.com/en/jquery-like-button There is also a jQuery plugin for Comments, which looks like it has additional features like upvoting: http://viima.github.io/jquery-comments/ In both cases, the like feature is small so will not take much space, but the comments are likely to be ...


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I work with a number of teams. The only term I've heard used with any frequency is ... "Visual QA" For the record, this isn't technically a UX thing. If your UX team also handles the final product design, then it falls in their court. But it's definitely something for the product / brand / visual design role to confirm.


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There isn't a formal UX terminology for what you are describing, although some people would call this a Design Review. Where this fits in the development process will depend on the development methodology. For example, if you are following any of the Agile development methodologies, you start each Sprint by showing the team what you want them to build ...


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Sometime we call it "UX Review" and sometimes we call it a "Build Review" since we're reviewing both the styling of UI elements and UX functionality in a product's current build.


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The 2 most popular ways of indicating misspelled text are to underline it with either red dotted line or red wavy line – the practice adopted by word processors and browsers. The easiest way is to set dotted underline: just apply border-bottom: dotted 1px red property to your <span> element. The implementation of wavy line is a way trickier: ...


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I would go for the long page display. By introducing a scrollable container, you are opposing the interaction nature of mobile device (which is to scroll content). From here on, I'm going to refer the long page display as screen page. I can easily think of 3 implementation issues with the scrollable block approach: Given the screen height of tablet device ...


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Use a scrollable block section, with a clear difference between that segment and the page (background color) and have a separate scroll bar for that. This would work on tablets as they are wide enough to have the padding, but may not work as well on mobile devices.


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When designing an UI, it is better to go as standard as possible -- don't try to reinvent the wheel. Use things that the user is familiar with. Animations are a non-standard way to focus user's attention on a field, and may confuse the user which didn't expect it. Furthermore, either you go for an animation that shortly ends (and will not serve its ...


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If you have lots of feilds in one form, its better to divide the form in different sections if possible. And put a completion status data. Suppose User is filling Account Section, Status must show, you are in Account Section. You can use little animations in forms, what you are using is also good enough. if Field is selected, change the color of the ...


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I agree with what you are trying to do in spirit - but I think you may run into problems with the animation you're proposing. In addition to challenges relating to accessibility and mobile, tilting the label when the field becomes active obscures what is being requested of the user. The example below is taken from Yahoo's user signup form and demonstrates ...


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The answer is, yes, go with absolute-positioned modal popup. You’re darkening the background content, so that should serve as a cue that a modal is present even if it’s scrolled out of view. However, I’d do a usability test to confirm this. Come up with a task or situation where the test users will scroll the modal out of view and see how easily they ...


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If you are using d3.js,then you can probably create a matrix layout and plot your subject on one of its axis and let the other axis represent its objects,create color codes for each cell that would tell you about the various states of each object associated with the same object.After plotting it would look something similar : Based on color codes you can ...


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Well, tag is used to group related elements in a form - so yes. You can also take usage of legend and label inside your fieldset, i.e.: <fieldset> <legend>Date</legend> <label><select><option value=".....</select> Day</label> <label><select><option value=".....</select> ...


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Yes fieldset is better option as it allows you to group set of fields and also allows you to mark up your data.


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Yes <fieldset> should be used for grouping inputs for text, radio-dials, checkboxes and other related content that should be grouped together so this would include both input and select elements.



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