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The problem with percentages is, the numeric value should correspond to something. I mean, if you have say 39%, how is it different from 42%. Is it a significant change? (This puts a pressure on polling logic as well, considering there are 100 steps for each place needs to be synced and notified. This is a technical aspect but may have an effect on ...


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I'd guess your goals for the page are: Clearly present the manager with what to do. That means: (a) which team members need to be actioned; and (b) what action needs to be done. Give the manager assurance that other team members are not being forgotten/ignored/left out unintentionally. Since #1 is more important than #2, the layout should be focused ...


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This is a "it depends on the complexity" type of question. At the end of the day, you want to dedicate just enough real estate for your persistent navigation that is easy for your users to understand. Any more will take away space from your primary content, any less will be too confusing to use. For a site with a relatively simple navigational structure ...


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Question: should login/signup appear before or after the navbar? (question clarified by OP) In short: If it's in that top right corner, then it doesn't matter very much. Here's why: Top-right consoles are rarely perceived by users, because the F-Pattern shows that users rarely scan that corner unless they are specifically looking for something. ...


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The text is much too wordy. And why "We're not sure if this is the correct size?" It sounds like something is going wrong. I would keep it simple, like Select unit of model: The switch only shows the selected option, making it unclear what you are switching it to if you flip it. You sort of have to figure this out from the rest of the dialog. I would ...


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I don't see any common use case to show both the inches and millimeters at the same time, while showing them at the same time may cause confusion. Visuals such as colour aside, I would keep the switch and the question, but only show the "Size in inches" if the switch shows inches, and similarly for millimeters. As an aside, I would use "inches" not "IN" on ...



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