Questions tagged [interaction-design]

Defines the structure and behavior of interactive systems. Interaction Designers strive to create meaningful relationships between people and the products and services that they use, from computers to mobile devices to appliances and beyond.

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Should I extend view/navigation controls of an entire interface at different locations?

We have a Dashboard, that summarizes the earnings of an App, by month. The entire view rendering is based on the current selected month, but some sections of its body contains an overview through the ...
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Is it wrong to cover a form with the “Saving…” notification?

Some forms could take a while to save (internet speed, slow data validation...) and there is the need to show that the system is saving the data while locking the form from further edits. Is there a ...
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Is it OK to let the user use colored tags to associate data sets or keywords

I am debating with my boss regarding tags should be coloured or not. I feel that colouring tags will just work as fun for the user. A user won't remember what colour he has assigned to a particular ...
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How to show a “Yes” for a negative occurrence and “No” for a positive occurrence

I am working on an internal admin dashboard for a finance company and the PEP (Politically Exposed Person) section of a business is actually a negative thing because those are the people we do not ...
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Horizontal slides editor - How improve its navigation?

I'm building an editor to create a structure of a page based on a full-screen vertical and horizontal slider. A site is composed for vertical sections. Each of those can have 0 or a limited number ...
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Google pay part of user flow to add add card to wallet

I'm working on a mobile app feature that lets the user add their e credit card to google pay and apple wallet. I was already able to find someone with apple pay to understand the flow. I'm wondering ...
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What is the technical term or name for pop-up menu for seeing profile?

May I ask if somebody knows what is the name of the pop-up menu when the user clicks on the profile? There are many interface techniques and I would like to improve the interface for the existing ...
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Better way to get user progress?

Basically, Users do "tasks" which the website gives them, they perform them outside the computer on pen & paper. Once they're done or didn't succeed they can move to the next "task". I want to ...
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How to show selected items in a paginated table?

A user selects 3 three items on page 1, then the first four on the second page, how do we show this? How is my previous selection tracked? Selecting all items is another challenge when you have a ...
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app, device, or user interface for communicating with hard of hearing person?

Problem: A person who has gradually lost his or her hearing over the years is unable to have a conversation with another person when the environment is too loud: e.g., many conversations are going on, ...
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Should cycling through a list stop/pause at the end of the list?

Cycling through a list of items is a common user interface design pattern. For example: Browser address bar: hold Up or Down to scroll through the list of websites. On-screen keyboard: hold Left or ...
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What to display if user does not enable location services?

This is a continuation of a previous question. I'm developing an app whose only purpose is to display the closest Joe's Florida Tacos locations to my current location in Florida. It will have the ...
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Will requiring “Enable Location” negatively affect user perception?

I'm not a mobile phone poweruser, so please bear with me. Let's say I'm developing an app whose sole purpose is to display the closest FloridaBestTacos restaurants to my current location of Florida. ...
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Click here if you are not redirected automatically

After the users have filled up a form, they hit submit. There are a lot of things happening behind the scene the users won't see, so we hang them in a page that says: Click here if you are not ...
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Placement of entities, global to the app

I am working on a web app with the current website header as shown below From the left, Product Selection: the app helps the user store data about multiple products. The user can switch between ...
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How best to display multiple data points in a single row in a list view?

Hey! I'm designing a list that needs to accommodate multiple data points in a single row under a single category, and I'm wondering if there are any UI patterns that are best suited for this need. I'...
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Best way to handle email verification in sign up [duplicate]

The way sign up works in my app is you enter your username, password, and email. How should I present to the user that a verification link was sent? And how would I dismiss them back to the login ...
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How to speak to a client about Carousel or sliders in website banners and their usability

Currently, I am working on a university website redesign project. The complication is that they used a lot of image carousels or sliders on their existing website. For example, in the banner, 10 ...
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How do I present 'negative' sounding information without discouraging the user?

Background I'm currently working on a project that essentially will become a website that guides the user to the optimal recruitment strategy for their specific hiring needs. Before displaying the ...
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Reordering a list on mobile web that is larger than the screen height

In my app users can add items to lists and reorder the index of the listitems by whichever criteria they like. The users of this app are not tech savvy, and I would like to avoid any technical input ...
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Pattern for adding information to a request that was submitted?

I have a relatively complex problem I'm trying to solve. Requestors can submit requests which come in to an approver to approve. I'm designing a flow for the approver. They need to be able to see ...
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Number of data points on stock price chart

We're creating a graph where customers can see development of security price over time. We're going to use a line chart with which the user can interact by tap/hold gesture to see different data ...
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Is it bad UX for a form to be presented in different formats (either in a modal or separate page), depending on context?

I'm designing an internal tool in which a user, at certain points, will need to fill out a fairly detailed form in order to add a piece of content to our user-facing platform. However, the challenge ...
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conceptual, semantic, syntactic, and lexical levels

In relation to symbols or icons, the conceptual level is defined as the mental model of the viewer; semantic level is the meaning it conveys; syntactic level is attributed to its aesthetic quality or ...
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Real time filtering or Wizard steps

At this moment, I'm working on a product finder tool. By answering different questions, you get advice that suggests a product of your interest. So, the answers to questions could lead to different ...
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Real time filtering vs. Wizard steps [duplicate]

At this moment, I'm working on a product finder tool. By answering different questions, you get advice that suggests a product of your interest. So, the answers to questions could lead to different ...
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Why is Google using this anti-pattern sign in feature? [closed]

Google has a feature "Sign in with Google" that auto appears on any site that supports it. This seems to have harmful UX repocussions? If Apple, Facebook, and others follow the same pattern we'll ...
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Group Checkboxes Select All / None Design's best practices

What would be more inline with best practices for the select all / select none option on group checkboxes? OR
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Library of terms for interface (interactions and designs)

I'm studying interaction design (via a Swedish uni) so am having some difficulty finding English terms for different interactions and interface designs. Terms like lightbox popup and modal overlays. ...
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About Commanding in UWP apps. What commanding approach is best? office like?, UWP? or classic win32?

I'm writing an app with platform UWP-Windows 10-1903(Universal Windows), for making electric circuits, designs and simulations. User makes a design on screen with resistors, generators, etc, and run ...
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Visualize file relations

I'm desiging an interface where file relations are a bit complicated and I could really use some help on how to visualize them. Basically, it's a programme where you can change different kinds of ...
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How to focus on an area / button without looking too “forceful”?

Summary: How to place a website visitor's focus on areas that'll help them see value on the rest of the page faster? It shouldn't feel intrusive, since repeating visitors might not need to see it ...
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Interaction in the selection of row

Scenario: After the search, the name list gets populated on the popup window. User needs to select any one of the rows and continue and it which will get added into the next table. In option 1, the ...
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Making the user pay attention to what's on the screen instead of having him press next next next

I work on a fitness and recovery app which has an on-boarding process which requires the user to position 2 sensors on his body and pay attention to some small tasks on the screen (like put the ...
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Is the user attention required or not?

We are developing 'Work Experience' module. You can see the screen as wireframe attached here. Scenario: The User entered information in 1st block. After that, he clicked on '[+ Add Work Experience]'...
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Usability testing of design system components and patterns

This is my first post here, and what I am searching for has not been found yet, so I must be very innovative (jokes aside). I have gotten a mission at my current company from the C-level to test ...
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Stack or use multiple notification toasts

I’ve seen it many times before where you’re on a website and you get a notification which comes in the form of a toast, if you perform the same action another toast will appear and it will push the ...
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Is it recommended to have tab index navigation for complex web application?

I am doing requirement gathering for a complex in house web application. My customer is adamant to have keyboard tab index interaction for the application along with regular mouse interaction. My ...
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User interaction for interdependent fields

Context: I'm working on a screen where a table will be rendered based on the user's choice of "Country" and "Organization". Both these fields are interdependent and the user needs to have the ...
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Expected User Interaction behaviour for selectable tabs laid vertically

Context I'm working on a user preferences settings page where a user can choose between products and features for themselves. The "Product Settings" section below is where the user can select a ...
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Should allow upload file in the same page or a new page?

I am building a web site where students have to do their homework online. I have a page that shows a list of cards , every card represent a homework. On every homework the students have to upload ...
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What are the advantages of selfies for security?

A former client of us hired us again after 3 years. In that period, they had many changes, one of them the use of selfies for security reasons. I have found this type of security from time to time, ...
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Contact Us thank you message [closed]

we currently have a contact us page that allows visitors to send an email to us through it, would it be a good idea to also send an email to the visitor thanking him for the message to let him know it ...
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Multiple steps each with a tasks vs one step with multiple tasks (for the user)

I am sketching the user flow for a new feature of a fitness/medical recovery application that is using hardware sensors to monitor the way the user is performing certain fitness exercises. In order ...
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Display customer reviews on mobile, technique?

I'm displaying several items on the same mobile page. each of them has its own reviews (about 30). What is a good technique to display the reviews? for example, have a link/button on each item box ...
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Interaction for dependent sibling input fields?

I have two fields in a form - Country and Organisation. These hold the same hierarchy and are dependent on each other. Meaning, the user should be able to either select a country first and then select ...
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Progressive disclosure on multi-selection interaction

I have a screen where the user can select between 3 options. These are multi-selectable. However, each option has specific settings (minimum 3, maximum 8) for it. How should this be displayed? I ...
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Web UI for categorizing a list of items

I have a web page that displays a list of 100+ items (where each item is a row containing an image plus some metadata) that I would like the user to categorize into "A" or "B" or neither but not both. ...
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Good way to break monotony on “never-ending” apps

As a good example/case-study of this, let us consider running type of video games (e.g. temple run) or swipe left/right type of dating apps, or image browsing apps, etc. In general, these apps "just ...
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Prepare a user to perform an action before proceeding to the next step

I am designing an application that allows the users to train at home. I have a step (let's call it step 1) in which the user must be in a position in order to "sync" (step 2) with the app for the ...

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