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I would say that it is becoming very common if this is not already the case. Microsoft has been marketing the Surface Pro on all fronts, to the extent that it can be seen to have the processing capabilities of a desktop machine. You will find that the single OS/multiple device strategy for Windows that plagued the desktop users a little bit with Windows 10 ...


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Make it simpler by separating the actions in two side-by-side columns:


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This is becoming more and more of a problem as the years go by. Shockingly bad design and decisions persist. Many developers being under 30 do not realise what this does for people with macular degeneration. If people are complaining, yes, you should act, or lawsuits may follow. The standard workaround is to use RDP/VNC to a desktop (real or VM) and browse ...


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Grouping Grouping the features would go a long way. If there are meaningful groups of features, use those. Focus on one group at a time, with the other groups visible but out of focus. This can be done with tabs or collapsible sections, for instance. Defaults and Exceptions You didn't ask about this, but you could provide a way to set the options for all ...


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I would suggest that you consider the way Apple does it: a More button. Below is a screenshot from AppStore, and upon clicking on it, the content will expand downwards. Apple uses this strategy in iTunes as well. It isn't very easy to implement though, but I think it worth trying :)


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I encountered an issue similar to this with a shopping app where the cards for items were a perfect fraction of the page space meaning that the last item on the page in its default state ended just clear of the fold (page break). During user testing most users reported that there was a lack of items available because they didn't realise they could scroll ...


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From your image, the only cue that there might be more content below the fold is a missing paragraph explaining C - but that takes careful attention (notice there are A, B, and C in the image) and some inference (if there are explanations for A and B, there should be one for C as well). Otherwise, the design indicates in several ways that this page is ...



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