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I would suggest showing the remaining time to the right of the title if it is something that needs to be shown. If most people finish their action of reserving hardware in time then maybe it isn't even required to show at all until there is only 5 minutes left or something. (this would need to be usability tested)


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I would prefer that since both the desktop and and mobile app are interacting with the same service some of the settings are/should be shared by the same user. No harm is being done by allowing users to modify their mobile settings from the desktop application. Just make sure that everything is clearly labelled. This is 'valid' for all other settings since ...


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Desktop notifications are far preferable, even on platforms where the current implementation isn't to your taste. Browser alerts are terrible UX. They break things like drag-and-drop operations, they have the standard problems of modal dialogs, users close them without reading them, and there's no way to defer the notification. A one-time authorisation ...


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WAI-ARIA can be used to "convey user interface behaviors and structural information to assistive technologies in document-level markup". Have a look at the Live Region Attributes: aria-atomic Indicates whether assistive technologies will present all, or only parts of, the changed region based on the change notifications defined by the aria-relevant ...


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The golden question here is: "If a notification doesn't notify - is it still a notification?" :) My approach on this interesting problem would be to make a kind of a "silent notification" variation that could be activated in the settings or directly in the notification window. Something similar to "airplane mode" on a telefone. We can call it "library mode" ...



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