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Before the study ever begins, participants are recruited by asking them a series of survey-like questions (the "screener") which is designed to include the types of people you want to test and exclude the people you don't. If the goal is to test a diverse audience, the screener will include questions that would flag people for various traits... for ...


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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has created and maintains a wonderful website: http://www.usability.gov. It contains a wealth of UX resources of various types, including the ones from a government organization perspective (see section "Guidance and Government-specific Resources" at http://www.usability.gov/how-to-and-tools/index.html). Hope it ...


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There is a minimum amount of distance that should be adhered to if your creating tap targets. This is the lifted text from Googles recommendation on appropriately sizing tap targets. These guidelines apply if your making tap targets (two components, like links, that the user can tap on). If they are just normal components (and not links or buttons), there is ...


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Your case looks like booking a seat for a venue. For these kind of flows I would suggest use the actual model of the venue. Reason. It help user to visualise the venue You can easily show which seats are booked and not available or only available. It reduce the time of seat selection Try this.


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I've had a thought about this in the past. First, consider a highly unscientific experiment I just did on myself (it doesn't have ethics board approval). If I go to the home screen on my iPhone 5 and casually swipe upward from above the "dock" (a gesture with no assigned function), the result depends on how I'm holding the phone. If I use my thumb, ...


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The design should be made in such a way that, it can perform equally well in both the case, i.e. user interacting with forefinger and user interacting with thumb. Best way to do this is, to leave enough room surrounding any action elements, so that user would not tap on wrong buttons mistakenly. Now when user controls with forefinger, his finger can ...


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A stands for Accent. They are colors that accent the primary colors. Here's what Google says: UI Color Application Choose your palette Limit your choice of colors by choosing three color hues in the primary and one accent color in the secondary palette. The accent color may or may not need fall back options. Accent color The ...



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