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You're looking at the problem from the wrong angle. A user could also open a different browser, or use a second device, which means you can't rely on the idea of opening tabs(and preventing it), nor on IP address. Your solution needs to be server-side. Signing them out would just annoy them. Either make it so your website show them the same game no matter ...


On any site is is not ideal to break a user's expectations. As a user expects to be able to navigate the internet with tabs in their browser, you shouldn't break it.


Google hangout has the same requirement as your application. You cannot do two hangouts at the same time. Yet Google does not shock the user by disconnecting the first call when a second call is attempted. Instead, you see an error message in the second call's window. Why don't you try the same approach?


Considering the first part of the question, Mobile First Approach is not a constraint. It's an opportunity for designers to determine the MOST CRITICAL use case of a product. As we get only a limited real-estate to work on, we need to prioritise the use cases. Second, you need to convince your client that It's not users who have to conform to their ...


I believe you've already answered, partly, your own question. Looking into web analytics we can see patterns of actions that stick together and which features are used the most. That said it's important to ensure that options that may not be as popular can still be serviced to users who may require them. Taking an existing web application and ...


I would suggest you to use iconography for this. You can treat part above the line as list view and once user tap on it show the detailed view. (As shown below) IMO you can use the entire block in list view. The favored participant has been shown with a heart. (Obviously the ticked one are those who have accepted the meeting) The help icon will help ...


The technical term for that is "Incremental Filtering". It's always hard (particularly in mobile) to show big sets of data, but IF the user is going to know who to send this to right away, for example, if the user is going to have the addressee already in mind, the expected behavior is for the user to start typing the friend's name, and this is optimum. I ...

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