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comment How to convey: “don't move until the task is done!”
Thank you for the link for Resolution. This definitely has big sense in audio interfaces. Sometimes you feel it intuitively when sound isn't finished and you expect the continuation. Now I know it's Resolution.
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reviewed No Action Needed All Caps in International Design
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comment Usability of map clusters?
@NewAlexandria indeed it's unclear from my answer. For sparse markers it's OK to display them as separate markers. They are usable even for zoomed-out maps. So it's mixed style. Still, if zoom level is too low (world map), you'd better to adapt the markers to the map's scale, implementing adaptive approach.
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answered How to convey: “don't move until the task is done!”
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answered Usability of map clusters?
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comment Graphical alternatives to mini-language to operate on large sets
Language isn't good for non-frequent users, as it rises usability issues (learnability, memorability). Filters or key-value pairs editor could be better solutions for managers, who usually do this stuff.
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comment How to enhance bilingual - auto suggest search box?
@Spicerjet you don't limited with dropdowns to provide selection flow to lowest level. Building right information architecture isn't easy, but it helps for users to reach a target in a smooth way. You need no count clicks, rather think of users' cognitive load. Conduct comparative usability test to get the better solution.
Nov
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comment What is better interaction when we have many search criteria and many search results and is continuous flow?
@Preyash I don't know neither your users specificity, nor task. Still from my experience users use search results as feedback to refine the results on the next iterations. This is especially true for complex data. It's more cheaper to make several search by PC, than manual selection in bad-filtered data. Just observe your users and make decision.
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answered How to enhance bilingual - auto suggest search box?
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comment Which input control is recommended for a large value range?
You could align the UI with the source of the timing, i.e. where they got this numbers from. Anyway, you need to conduct the research of how the users represent these values (it's possible most of them expess it using some unit). For power users single input field is okay.
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answered What is better interaction when we have many search criteria and many search results and is continuous flow?
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comment Making typing API keys easier for mobile users
Almost the same issue had occured with IP addresses, then they implemented DNS. Sorry, this is a technical solution, not usability one, still it has great impact on UX of your app.
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