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First i believe you are well prepared to use only star rating system. As there are other ways around to compare products or profile (artists in your case). Side Note: YouTube switched from a star-based system to the binary thumbs-up\thumbs-down, their ratings shot up many-fold. It could be same in your case, Up-votes/Down-votes would be fine i guess. For ...


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Try using outlines but personally for your case here i feel two colors is better than one. It shows some sort of visual hierarchy when it comes to a user making a decision.


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I would suggest using multi colored star ratings because in the first example where it is single star, I had an initial assumption that the last star is badly formatted or the interface is buggy/not finished. Actually it was half a star but I interpreted it wrongly. That may lead to confusion and decreased credibility for the site. Since most of the ...


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For starters, I'd rearrange the rights. Currently menupoints are in 2, 3, 7, 9, 10 and 11. That's kind of scattershot. Second, have similar icons for similar tasks. None of the above mentioned icons have the same symbol reused for 'menupoint'. Is it a menu(point) a folder, a blue box or a grey sphere? Along the same lines, moving menupoints amd articles up/...


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I think this depends on the culture of your target users. For example, head shake means no in most countries, but in some it means yes.. To quote https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Head_shake : Different cultures assign different meanings to the gesture. I think because we associate shaking in the UI to head shake gesture, we think that users should ...



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