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Is the 'Quick Exit' feature commonly applied to websites with sensitive information?

A developer pointed out this feature that was implemented on a website that I thought really understood the user experience at a high level, and showed that catering for the user experience doesn't ...
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How should users be notified of license expiration and of renewal?

This is a two part question. Licence Expiration: When a platform license expires, users are logged out and everyone sees the paywall. How should users be notified that this forced log out is about to ...
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What is this stepped design/component called?

I search for flow builder or sequence but can't seem to find references on google. This is the layout:
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Improve the current UI library or build a new one?

I recently joined a company with a small team but not a startup. I'm working on a CRM SaaS product, which has a few years, but it's not very sophisticated (UX and UI wise). When they started to build ...
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Which option is better for read only mode?

I have an Angular application where I have used mat-form fields (Material components) to build the forms. Here I am having a requirement to implement a read only mode. I hope disabling all mat form ...
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Is a good user experience to display actions on the top of the screen on the web?

Navigation on the top of the screen is common on the web. To add actions like "Edit", "See details", "Copy" in the navbar is more specific on the desktop. Fluent UI, ...
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How can I concisely present lists in table cells?

I am presenting data in a table. One of the columns will contain list data. The length of the list will generally be around 1-4 entries. These lists will have entries looking like property-comparison-...
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How to "swipe right" between two people given information density?

I'm not a UX designer, I'm a programmer. So please be patient with me :) So we're working on a dating app that learns what features a user likes in other people. We're struggling with designing the '...
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Language selector and default language on filter bar

A user is able to choose supported languages from a language list on our platform. The user is required to set one default language (the system defaults to English). The language dropdown is available ...
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Should user simply be able to upload a PDF?

I'm working on an application where a user can submit an important document that contains information we need from them. The information contains details such as - event name, event location, duration,...
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How to add item details within a in a multi-step wizard process?

I am working on a project that involves a wizard-type form workflow. In one part of the process, our system will return items we found for the user. The user will then need to provide details about ...
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Is it okay to combine Log-in and Sign-up for passwordless/magic-link logins?

The generally received wisdom online seems to be to keep your log-in and sign-up/register flows separate. The reason being, that they are very similar and it is easy for users to get confused. I plan ...
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Question about Grids and Layouts in UI Design

grids and layouts are something that i've struggled with since starting my design career two years back. I've read books like grid systems and watched several videos and courses but as a UI designer, ...
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Hover on a card with clickable links

I am working on card which has a clickable link/ clickable options but the card itself is not clickable. I want to add a shadow to the card when someone is hovering on/ clicking on the link. I have ...
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Are Collapsible horizontal navigation bars ever used?

There is an ask to have a collapsible horizontal navigation bar. This would be below the main horizontal navigation. This is not standard imo. And poor user experience because it is so uncommon. The ...
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Design pattern for collapse but not entirely

I have a bunch of cards in a 2 column layout in my grid. If there are more than 2 items to display I want to show only 2 of them and hide the remaining behind a "Show all" button. What is ...
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Product Purchase flow with Add-ons

I have a page where the user can purchase a digital product by itself, in a three pack, or in a five pack. The complicated part is that the user may also purchase add-ons for the products in the pack, ...
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How can I make this table in our sales proposals clearer?

The company I work for sends out sales proposals to potential customers. It is common for companies here to outsource Activity. If they do Activity in-house, they can save a lot of money. To do ...
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What would be the better option for Grid items in App, Circular buttons or Rounded Rectangular buttons?

Currently I'm designing a mobile application where I need to display various categories for the user to choose and for that I have created two variations. First Option is Item within circular shape ...
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Synonyms for Dark Design Patterns

There are many terms interrelated to dark patterns. I feel confused with the following terms: Dark design patterns Dark UX Asshole design Do all of the above mean dark patterns? If not, then what is ...
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Pattern for a one-time action

How to display an action that can only be enabled once? I originally considered a checkbox, but the user wouldn't be able to uncheck it once selected. Another option I think might work would be to ...
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What should be the vertical placement of primary button on a mobile screen? And why?

A user scans the screen from left to right and top to bottom. So, we use the primary action (or primary CTA) on the right side while designing for the web. If we consider top to bottom scan approach ...
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Continuing setup on another page and/or modal a bad practice?

Background I'm working on a project involving configuring live video feeds (contrast, brightness, focus, etc). This is a very rough sketch of how the layout of the UI looks like: Each grey box ...
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Can I design 2 steps wizard [duplicate]

I have a process of sharing video snippets. The users are trained and they need to trim a video (complex step that include using several UI components), choose a recipient and write a message. My ...
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Are dynamic menus an anti-pattern?

I'm analyzing the menu of construction management software. I don't know if I don't have the same user mental models and what was the research behind those decisions, but I wonder based on HCI and ...
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Best way to move items in a list when the list is paginated

I have a paginated list where the user drags and drops items to change the order. This list is paginated, so when the length of the list is longer than the page there is no clear way to move items ...
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Should the "open new window" icon ever be the only way to click a link?

I have a request from a user to remove the link from the text and ONLY have the "open new window" icon be what is clickable for that link. The reason is that the text is something he wants ...
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How to make checkbox selection less of an eyesore?

I'm working on a component (see image) that shows the results of a keyword search. Each result displays: the title/link to an article, a snippet from the article, a checkbox reading "This ...
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Non-specificity of voice recognition for voice assistance devices or features

I remember from quite some time ago when Siri was first launched that there was no specific way of getting the voice-triggered assistant to recognize specific voices. These days there are many ...
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Managing translations for both text and voice over: Logic dead-ends

The tool I am working on can translate some text in different languages. You can also generate a voice-over of individual paragraphs in different languages. So translations and voice-overs have two ...
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Edit button in top right corner of screen

I'm currently working on a "details" page for a specific item that is editable. The question is, when you have finished editing the details of the item, would it be more user friendly to put ...
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Recommended maximum amount of columns in a table? [closed]

When designing tables I am always wondering how many columns are too much. I commonly have tables that act as an overview of all the items, which can then be opened to show all the details. On one ...
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Best layout/design for profile CRUD actions suggestions

I am currently working on a university project on an android app, that communicates with a device via Bluetooth and uploads profiles to it. So in the app I have a UI that provides different CRUD ...
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How to solve the "Set a password"-step problem in a really user-friendly way?

I'm an advocate of lesser cognitive load process, moreover when this process includes lots of forms and steps. I think we all are at some point. The password step by itself if usually full of pain ...
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Multi-select box vs Dual list box

I'm currently working on a story where users can make a custom report. The list has around 40 items. At this moment, I'm working on a multi-select box where users can select all items at once or ...
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Pattern for a form state/content, after an update data fail

Usually when there is a form on a website, a user fills it in then saves it. If the saving operation fails, is it considered a good UX practice to retain the entered form data? (Since the user shouldn'...
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looking for a name for UX pattern for "decision tree"

I am struggling to google a UI framework that would simplify building UI/UX for interactions like this: (on the example of choosing a car): how many passengers you would expect to be driving: 1, 2, 4,...
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Infinite Scroll: remember state vs open links in new page

Generally speaking, is there a scenario(s) where it is preferable to have links open up in a new page rather than remember the user's position in search results when implementing infinite scroll? Are ...
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Disable field or button if user exceeds number of tries

I'm currently facing this design issue: When a user exceeds the number of attempts given to fill up a verification code field, he or she will not be able to try again until 20min later. If within this ...
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How do I make it harder to click this button by accident?

The dialog box shown below constantly has me clicking the wrong button—despite the fact that I designed it! The way it works is, the user types some text into the line edit box, and program output is ...
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CTA on mobile screen that prompts another CTA

I'm currently designing a mobile screen that has a floating CTA bar at the bottom of the screen (see picture below). The issue that I have run into is that the "Inspect" CTA at the bottom of ...
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Show/Hide Toggle for a Toggle

We have a toggle available in our main screen, to enable/disable an important functionality. Since, only 30% of our users use this functionality at least once per month, we are considering to (...
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What UI/UX best practices are applicable in the case of RWAs?

Recently, we have started work on a Rich Web Application (RWA) project. In the process of choosing a suitable UI framework, and web components. Is there a difference between choosing design patterns ...
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What level of compliance does a chart with patterns have in WCAG 2.1?

The following is an example of a chart using patterns. When a chart uses patterns (instead of plain colors) to separate sections, in which category of WCAG levels does it fall – A, AA or AAA?
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UI pattern for adding option to a tree select box

I'm wondering if anybody has seen or knows of a good UI pattern for creating options for a select box with a tree-like structure. This is the library I'm planning to use to display the actual ...
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Are collapsed filters an antipattern? or does it depend on the intended user?

So we are building a monitoring page intended for a specialized group of users who would like to keep an eye on their logs. We are implementing a filtering solution to help users find the type of ...
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Financial planning site -- show a negative balance in italic type?

I have read the discussion from some years ago about whether to use a "minus sign" in front of a negative balance or to put it inside parenthesis. Our website is used primarily by people 45 ...
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Do users notice text changes on call to actions?

Brief product Description So I have been working on a digital project where the product is an online presentation software where the user(Teacher) has presentation slides to select and conducts ...
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What is the name of this element? For the elections

I know it goes with the family of Information Visualisation Charts, but do we call this specifically.
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Reusable / temporary instances of an object / item

Context I am working on a design where I have containers that hold different types of objects. These objects are used within each other / dependent. We are displaying them as a tree in a table format ...

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