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Expert interfaces are designed to maximize performance for expert-level or very proficient users. Frequently, this involves trading off learnability or visual aesthetics in favor of creating the most efficient, productive, or performant interface. An example of an expert-level interface is a fighter pilot control stick, which has numerous dials, buttons and controls placed to optimize battle performance rather than looks or learnability.

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What's the best way to set up SUM or UX KPIs for a long-term project?

I'm working on a long-term expert level industrial software as a lead UX designer. We would like to implement and measure a set of key performance indicators (KPIs) for overall UX quality or SUM. ...
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Interfaces designed deliberately to contain high density of content and actions [closed]

There has been a strong trend towards the simplification and shallow IA of modern websites and applications, yet I can't help but wonder if there is also some correction required for certain ...
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Replacing all interaction in a complex UI with a single input field: Do successful implementations exist?

Main questions Can you provide examples of implementations that implement the suggested solution below? If yes, what are the benefits and drawbacks, especially as reported by users? As the SE ...
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Recommended research articles or best practices for UI techniques for encouraging users to explore more functions of a complex application?

I can highly recommend the recent article by Cockburn et al. "Supporting Novice to Expert Transitions in User Interfaces" (ACM Computing Surveys, Vol. 47, No. 2, Article 31, Publication date: November ...
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What are some clear and aesthetic ways to display information about speech signals?

I'm developing software for forensic linguistic research. One of the things that I'll need to do is show if a person is nervous or worried. Or if a sentence is a statement or a question (the ...
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Design for rapid time entry on web and mobile

What is the most efficient way for users to enter a hh:mm time in a web interface and a mobile interface? In this case users would be entering time more than 40 x per hour. Context: This is for ...