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I think this answer depends on a number of things: Signup: how are your users signing up for your service? If you are using Facebook front and center, users will just use this image and probably not want to change it. If you are using email also, the user will have to pick. This would work best as the user will understand your service and select the ...


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As @norabora points out, the purpose of your app will probably dictate which you will want to use. Facebook - Likely to be the one that most people will be signed up with, however the profile pictures that people use on the network are often, of them in social situations, with friends or similar. Since the network is about simply connecting people with ...


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I think a shared network drive would work fine for this. Git is nice if everyone who needs to access those assets is familiar with it, but a shared drive would work fine otherwise since you could just seamlessly blend it in with their file manager which they (probably) already know how to use.


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I really like the idea of using a version control system on media files, but I can see some of the limitations it would bring to the table. If that option is truly out of the question, my go to solution for media storage is a CDN (content distribution network), for the following reasons: First, it is accessible (nearly) everywhere. No pesky authenticated ...


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The best practice would be to set up something similar to the Atlassian Design Guidelines or Google Materials Design site and have a section in there dedicated to visual design elements (i.e. incorporate the Corporate or Brand Guidelines into a design framework document). I believe that UX assets is something that has to be maintained organisation wide and ...


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How about using Apache Jackrabbit, it is open source and you can create your own UI for it. In case you are not interested in creating your own custom UI, you can go with Alfresco but if you want more than the community edition, it will cost you. Also with Alfresco you get workflows.


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Our company has recently run into the same sort of problem, and an option we're currently looking into is Digital Asset Manager (DAM) software. From a DAM vendor's site: A Digital Asset Management tool would typically be expected to provide the following list of generic functions: Organizing digital assets Manipulating digital assets ...


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Hope this helps... http://www.nngroup.com/articles/f-shaped-pattern-reading-web-content/ Now that we have a clue of the pattern of reading web content, it's your call for the image placement. IMO, I will "think" that aligning all the image one 1 side is better as it will not interrupt the flow...


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Confluence (a wiki) is actually pretty decent. Images can be "uploaded" with a simple drag and drop and you can organize them however you like. Confluence's search is also very good.


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While this is not an absolute answer, here is what I found after some testing: I used a grid of 6x10 with each image at 180x180px. My data set had an estimated percentage of 1% of the images needing to be flagged. By setting all images to a default of approved and requiring interaction only on the images to be flagged, I was able to do 4 sets in a minute. ...


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I recommend TortoiseSVN for this job, because I think you'll be happiest in the long-term if you are able to use a true version control system (e.g. Subversion), and I think the fact that Tortoise is just an extension of Windows Explorer will make it the easiest sell to the less technically-inclined. If you're leaning more towards SharePoint, take a look ...


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Excellent Question. Our company have multiple teams in different offices working. We've tried a lot of things... nothing is "ideal". The biggest issue seems to be that the company as a whole must pick 1 tool/structure, let everyone know about it and commit to using only that. Different teams are familiar with different tools and our "grass-root" effort of ...


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SharePoint is the spawn of the devil and should be avoided at all costs due to the vileness of it's UI in general but... ...it actually meets all 4 bullet points of your needs and is typically installed in most every corporation in existence. So...it's an option. Not ideal, but common, and to be fair, SharePoint is actually OK at a few things. Maintaining ...


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This question requires that you answer a few things to give you the correct solution. First, what is the man the most important content on the page, the image, text, what? Second, considering what the most important content is, is it viewable on both desktop and mobile with little to no user input? Because it should be the easiest to reach/view. Third, are ...


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Isn't this the perfect thing you can test for? Make some wireframes and test. Make some higher fidelity prototypes and test again. This is not something you have to guess about, nor does it make sense to ask others to guess for you. On a side note - if you are testing for nude/not nude then I think you can go a lot smaller than 240x240. I just went to ...



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