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I don't know who your users are or how complex your icons are, but in my opinion, using only icons means potentially excluding or alienating the types of users who don't understand what the icons are and who aren't willing to tap on a button whose function they don't know. The only advantage I can really see is a cleaner visual design at the expense of ...


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This depends on the context of the application but i think just the iconic representation and drop down to show the accessible links of the profile is an ideal way of showing the profile information. Instead of showing the text (name) there next to the icon. Following reasons will corroborate why am calling this as an ideal method. 1) There will be ...


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Lets have a look at some of the popular websites and how they do it. WordPress Foursquare Twitter Google also offers something similar. One thing is common, they have direct name at the top right corner. This is more casual, personal approach. This user name is optionally accompanied by profile picture based on the domain of your website. The drop ...


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Of course there are plenty of arguments for and against both sides. I would put it this way though. "Do you believe that negative-positive placement is the best? No or Yes?" The point being that "Yes or No" flows better when spoken, which likely explains why positive-negative button order was chosen by Microsoft. On the OTHER hand, negative-positive flow ...


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First of all, try to categorize your actions in groups like 'Primary', 'secondary' actions. Primary actions - 'Create Order' and 'Add new item' Secondary action - 'Cancel' Think about 'Accordance' of these action buttons on the basis of primary and secondary. (as shown in image below) You can also use 'Floating' buttons or FAB for 'Add New Item'. Let me ...


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I don't think you can answer this question unless you look at the entire form and also the individual form fields themselves. The reason for this is that there are at least two different types of scanning patterns that the users will adopt during the process of completing a form. The first of these is the scanning of the entire form, which requires them to ...


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First of all, you shouldn't remove it client side. It'd be best to just accept either an ID or a URL server-side. There's no need to change the data. Back to the actual box, you should change a few things: The label for the textbox should be changed. "Facebook" doesn't give a user a clear idea of what they need to add in that box. However, "Facebook ...


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This may get downvoted but I say allow them to log in with facebook to solve this problem. Check out this article from 5 years ago from the guardian describing that users have too many passwords and accounts to remember By allowing users to log in with facebook twitter gmail or bing/hotmail/microsofts authentication, you allow users to have 1 less account ...



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