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Maybe not the direct answer of your question but i would like to share my thoughts on does it matter part? Everyone is a designer. This was said way before the invention of Internet or PC. The difference of between Product and UX designer is very subjective at this age. There won't be an exact answer. Design always shaped by the needs of the time. ...


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It matters, as UX designer has more broad responsibilities, researching and testing, while product designer just takes into account visual perception of users, focuses on visual perception of a website or application.


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Passwords are a thing of the past. Users should just provide you with an e-mail. What do you need their names for? Then you send them a link and the link acts as their login. So when they click the link it takes them to a new project page. I think that is the best approach, as it will reduce your UI a lot, and users will check their email anyway. ...


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Why not just split your navigation area (like the header) in half. Left-align one brand, right-align the other brand, and have the navigation effects appear when you click on the brand's png/logo. [supersweet-cookies] <click for menu click for menu>[deliciousdank cookies] [ ...


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One possible approach I can think of is a mix of the two approaches you have mentioned. While its best to keep the account creation simple and not make it look like multi-step process, we always strive to make things simpler for users. As per my understanding, once the user has created the account, they still cannot use the app since they need to ...


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Consider the following: download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups Bullet graphs provide a condense and clear way of comparing data when you have a list of skills where you need to compare between "target" and "actual". The 100% line makes it very easy to tell whether you have enough resources or not. There's also no need ...


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Generally it's not a great idea to present 'dense' 3D data. But let's say this really needs to be done. In this case the dimensions you're trying to present are: Skillset (30+ categories) x Competence (4 categories including none) x Capacity (TBD). The skillset category makes the data dense. So with respect to the other answerer, a spider chart will ...


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Tackling the competency and capacity in a single visualization may be a tall order, but I think a spider/radar graph is a good, tested solution for visualizing competency. http://www.one45.com/wordpress/assets/Best-practices-competency-spider-graphs-radar-plots.pdf As the above link mentions, this representation is best for quickly communicating skill ...



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