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I wasn't able to find anything specifically addressing this in the UI guidelines from Apple or Microsoft, but Chrome uses a similar method of conveying information in the Omnibox. It uses the globe to indicate a website and a magnifying glass to indicate a search. Chrome also uses color to distinguish the different types of selection, which may be ...


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While (as @inkmarble mentioned) clicking may be more effort compared to a mouse-over we now also have to keep in mind the growing amount of users on touch-only devices. With the current state of the art, there simply is no way to mouse-over an icon on a touch device, thus making this help information inaccessible to this user group. Example: I recently got ...


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Market research people talk about customer/market segmentation analysis, which involves some of these types of segmentation (there are probably more): Geographical: based on the physical location/region of the customer Demographic: based on age, gender, racial, etc Behavioural: types of consumer behaviour (but we can convert this to user mental models) ...


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Could you use an initial prompt when you choose to create the document, and split that dialog in two sections - those that are available in this location and those that aren't? But still give them feedback / info about how they can create the documents they want. Something like this perhaps? download bmml source – Wireframes created with ...


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A user should be able to create a document anywhere in your system. Declaring its type is totally fine, as is it auto-filing the document. Assuming that to be true, after the user picks the type and saves the document, show a temporary notification in the UI acknowledging the system saved the document with a link to where it filed location. Another thing ...


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Do you need too much information from the user to get in contact? If so, be careful on asking all of it at first before giving them more information about your business and product. Are you creating a landing page to validate a startup product/service to be developed? If so, in my tests we did offer articles which explains more about it to people who did ...


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Officially, no, you can request what you want, when you want it. However, if you adopt the idea that you can request contact information up front, you'll likely get a lot more false information. People don't want to enter their data unless they want to be contacted. If they haven't yet taken your survey, they don't yet know if they want you to contact ...


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In "Design with the mind in mind", author Jeff Johnson dedicates chapter 14 ("We have time requirements") to the "durations of perceptual and cognitive processes, and based on those, provides real-time deadlines that interactive systems must meet to synchronize well with human users" in order to be effective and perceived as responsive. In the chapter you ...


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One solution is to provide two modes to build flexible system: Scan mode auto-scans the subset of most important params (gray-filled) with delay of 1s. Manual mode is activated with additional key. Then displayed params are switched manually, by each key press. If no action is performed for 4s, then device automatically switches to Scan mode again. ...


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You need to look further into ways you can group & condense the data. For example, some like "total experience" don't really need a title if it's placed beneath the different years of experience. Below's an example. I might have mangled the past experience section by pulling out the current(?) position. It felt strange when there's no name associated to ...



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