User Experience Stack Exchange is for User Experience Designers, Information Architects, and Human Computer Interaction researchers. If you have a question about...
- Specific UX design problems
- UX issues that can be solved with expert advice or existing research
- Questions about HCI and user research
… then you’re in the right place to ask your question!
What makes a good question?
We prefer questions that elicit definitive answers or solutions rather than prolonged discussions. Remember, this a Q&A site, not a discussion board.
More context yields better answers. Fill your question with details such as:
- Description of the users' experience levels and goals
- Mockups, screenshots, or photos of existing designs
- Software platform, if applicable (Is it an Android app? A web form? A kiosk with a 20"×20" touch screen?)
If you're familiar with other Stack Exchange sites, questions on UX tend to be a little more subjective than usual. That's okay, as long as the question follows the guidelines outlined in Good Subjective, Bad Subjective. For more help, see "What types of questions should I avoid asking?"
I'm having trouble coming up with a good icon for feature X. Should I ask here for ideas?
No. While the subject of icons is on topic, there's very little value in soliciting suggestions for a specific icon in a specific context. Instead, have a look a this question: How do you create or select an icon for a feature?
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