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Biggest thing is about consistency in the way you represent it. You probably want to put in an annotation on the first page indicating the expected behaviour if it'll be viewed by people who are unfamiliar with your work. If the interface is expected to scroll to show more data, I cut off the last row so only portion of text is visible. Like your faded ...


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I usually bracketed text to indicate variables or 'etcetera' siuations: 1. Access Egress 2. Accidents/Book 3. [additional questions...]


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I used to spend a lot of time pasting in page-tear images, masking and aligning screen tops and screen bottoms in wireframes. But that's not the point of wireframes. The point is to communicate clearly. The fade you have in the first image would serve well with a little annotation, e.g., "continued on next page ...."


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I suppose whenever you work on a ux project, you have to have at least some personas and/or user scenarios – whether they provide personas and/or user scenarios to you or not. So I fear you'll have to think of building your own personas and user scenarios. Be sure that you document those personas and user scenarios – at least I would recommend that you (of ...


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You can always do a basic heuristic evaluation without too much domain knowledge. For anything you suggest over and above that, document the assumptions you've made about the users of the application, and explain how you would go about more realistic user research and validating your proposed improvements were you actually working for the company.


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There are plenty of established companies that don't have a clue what UX is, so them giving you no background information isn't necessarily intentional. (Find out if they do think the job involves nothing more than drawing the UI.) Don't be afraid to ask for more information. In a good company a large part of a UX job is asking tons of questions to make ...


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Interface Sketch has some of the best (and most) around: http://www.interfacesketch.com/


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My suggestion would be to keep the filters for Module B on the left hand side as well as that would ensure the user has the same consistent experience of experiencing the filters on the left hand side.This would reduce the cognitive load as the user is aware of where to go to filter down on the details. To quote this article Lack of consistency in a UX ...


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This view can have the buttons aligned at the center part of the left pane in the window so that the elements that you create in the pane will grow from the mid of the screen which can be achieved through flex display in css. I guess this view will have the user's pointer hanging around the center of the pane so that even if they switch between the modules ...


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I like to work as collaboratively as possible. Ideal is when can optimise visual concepts which may improve design. I use wire-frames to ensure that the content, concepts and flow are well understood before engaging visual designer. Particularly if there is a novel or tough design challenge then taking range of early (rough) wire-frames to the visual ...



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