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Since the infinitely scrollable page has no real world parallel, perhaps the function of the back button can exist without a real world metaphor. Imagine that you have been scrolling down an infinite page, pausing for some parts and zipping past others. Now imagine that you tap the back button. What is your intention? too jump back up to the most ...


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I think it's abusing push state Api by pushing state every time you scroll down one page Plus it's annoying that when I scroll down 10 pages I have to click back 10 times to go back To where I came from . In that case I would just close the window


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When the user is looking to add a module, would they have a good idea what they're looking for or would they have to see all the options in order to pick one? Looking at your example, it seems like the items are so distinct that they'll know what they want before they see the list. The purpose of constraining options is to decrease cognitive load when the ...


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A good approach is Lean UX. Sketch both solutions and then run it by a few users. Let users guide your design. Since you have some tasks outlined already, a cognitive walkthrough is probably going to be the best test to start. Listen/watch for comments relating to task completion, time on task, errors, efficiency, learnability, perceived severity of ...



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