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Lean UX focuses on fast execution of user experience designs in an iterative work flow with less emphazis on delivering the full-fledged user experience research of more traditional UX engineering.

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Low-fi wireframes doesn't help me to structure my idea about web design. Can anyone tell me how to solve this?

I am new to web design or you can call UX design. I have gone through many tutorials, books, courses and other article related stuff. Everything helped me to structure my journey on this sector. The ...
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How do you know what to test at the right time on a product?

You have a hypothesis of a new feature that would improve x on your product and you don't have any data backing up your decision as this feature is new territory. How do you know this hypothesis is ...
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How does Design Thinking, Agile and Lean UX work together?

I have become confused on the different processes involved between Design Thinking, Agile and UX Lean. I recently read an article that tried to explain how these processes work together as I wanted to ...
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Adjusting the process for each project

Most of my experience in UX is based in Design Thinking. However, when faced with a new project, do you keep applying Design thinking to the task or are you flexible in your approach? For example, ...
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What's the best way to test out an app idea

I've got a client who wants to design and develop an app where you can build personal profiles as an artist in the entertainment industry. As they are from this industry they have a lot of background ...
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How to display "Select all" in multi select auto complete pattern?

Existing Design: Scenarios: In the default state, we don't show the entire list to the user. Once user starts typing, we show the predictive matches We don't use a checkbox pattern for the ...
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how to design three button if in same page? [duplicate]

I have one page there displaying three different action buttons. As per UX guidelines how to display or style this button and more focus able. If can be three action level : Primary Secondary ...
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How i can do more beautification of display screen where label and values are there [closed]

Hello i need some help to beautification of example for below screenshot. I try searching in but not getting good example. Any help ? how to make more beautify and standardised I have design this ...
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Using a modal to display a dynamic form?

So currently I am building an interface that consists of user created "Documents" which can have a variable number of "items" associated with it. The problem is that I am not sure what is the most ...
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Main difference between Lean UX and Agile [closed]

Which is(are) the main difference(s) between Lean UX and the Agile approach?
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UX Benchmarking: How much detail should be collected from a user within an enterprise product?

There's a lot of value collecting benchmark data about a user's experience over time. The problem that we are running into is how much information should we ask from our user to help us make informed ...
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How should i design two level insert for mobile application with better UX?

I want to add the contact in contact management. Adding Contact is having two levels insert. Adding contact is level 1 and adding products for that contact is level 2. Flow for level 1 To contact ...
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Search box with clickable keywords?

I'm working on a search box in which the user will be entering keywords that can be clicked/interacted with. For example, say, a user types in "Fender Guitar", the words "Fender" and "Guitar" will be ...
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Expand/Collapse functionality best practices for a table

What do you think that we use instead of a checkbox to expand/collapse a table subgroup? I feel like 'checkbox' to expand wouldn't be the best practices. Image attached.
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Enterprise / Platform User Testing & Experience Mapping

I am part of a small team of UX designers assigned to a identify and implement positive change to an integrated suite of 12 products. I am looking for an online tool that would allow me to enter user ...
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UX designers, what does your design handoff to dev process look like?

I'm a product designer, UX/UI (whatever else you wanna call it). I work closely with devs during the pre-deployment phases. Because of the speed at which we operate, and the complexity of the ...
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Do people actually use "copy" buttons on websites?

I'm currently building a webapp and want to give people an easy way to copy and paste their content to another tool. The content itself is formatted quite strangely on our website (for a number of ...
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UX Best Practices for Web Controls

I've searched for something like UX Best Practices for using Web Controls. I thought Google, Apple or Microsoft would have something like that but I can't seem to find anything on it. No studies ...
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Progressive disclosure login and security

More and more web sites are using the UX pattern "progressive disclosure" for login purposes. I understand that this is for better user experience and cleaner user interfaces. Since I use my browser (...
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Best place to put the Promo code field

Currently, our users have to visit the site via unique url from an email with the promo code field for the promo code to work while those who visit the site directly are not be able to apply the promo ...
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prevent unneeded button clicks vs allow button click + show user notification

I have some tables with data where I display for each row multiple action buttons. I have now sometimes buttons where I am not sure wether I should allow the user to click on it because on the new ...
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Should design be included in a user story?

In an agile team, should a user story contain links or screenshots of the UI elements? If not, where do you put design? For example: As a user, I want to log in to the Website so I can access the ...
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tabbed navigation is too nested

I do not like the nested 'tabs' although my requirment is to put the 3 tabs in the administration tab as it belongs there. I have also thought about a vertical schoolclasses/weightedtests/...
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Should I hide action buttons or let the user press them and then show a message

I have this user interface where the user can batch edit/add/delete Test Types and their weights related to a subject/schooclass combination. Each test type belongs to a test. There are actions on ...
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Whats the best way to show "distance" from Point A to Point B

Below theres a SCREENSHOT (Not real scale/sizes) of a material design card (close and open) that fill a Feed of actual events in a city, recently we discover that people wants to know how far are they ...
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UX for future timeline [closed]

The picture below its an screenshot of the layout of cards that are filled with information for future events such as: Concerts, clubs events, celebrations on a specific area, etc So i need to show ...
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New to UX, what are the things to focus on UX design? [closed]

I was working in print design. Recently i switched into UX. So what are the things I should focus on.
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A 'UX Manifesto' based on the Agile Manifesto

Based on a previous question I asked, and also just reading a few articles lamenting the way Agile software development should be killed off and the teaching and learning of UX design appears to be '...
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When signing up for a service why are we sometimes required to TICK a CHECKBOX to declare consent?

When signing up for a service why are we sometimes required to tick a checkbox to declare consent to User Agreement or Privacy Policy as opposed to simply consenting to the terms by using the service. ...
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Suggestion List via list-box

I want to provide a suggestion list via list-box, it is not a search-suggestion. User can choose an item from suggestion list which will then copied to a input textbox. How to make it clear to user ...
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Where does user-testing happen in LeanUX/Agile?

I'm trying to reconcile what I feel is a bit of a contradiction in LeanUX. test, validate, and iterate early reduce the documentation load Does your organization user/usability test in an agile ...
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For a MVP - How relevant is focus on UX and good design overall?

In this article here, http://www.andersramsay.com/2012/09/24/the-ux-of-mvps/, and many others from respectful resources about MVP - design supposedly takes a backseat (read section, "Go Ugly Early"). ...
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How to verify if the personas are well done?

Tomorrow I'll start a new UX designer job, and the designer before me there made personas, but its are just prototypes. She said me that I should verify if its are well done. They didn't create this ...
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How to ensure design is involved in product development

We have several development teams, a Product Owner team and a Design team. The PO team generally works with the design team whilst writing the user stories and acceptance criteria and then typically ...
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User centered design and user research in startup

I've worked with a startup recently and I've noticed that they didn't do any user research upfront. They wanted to go straight to design without knowing users needs and problems. So, I've started ...
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Why does Google's main page have such a modest design? [closed]

A lot of modern-ish websites have slick effects: transitions, animations, filters, etc. But on Google, the main page doesn't have a single animated transition. No input, button, or link state change ...
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Best way to combine Spotlight-style search with multi-tag selection

I'm having a bit a "UI designer's block" with a personal extension I need to build. I'm currently using Better Bookmark, an incredibly simple Chrome extension that gives me a query-filtered Spotlight-...
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Best way for handling a user/customer database for feedback

For product of a certain size there are many people involved with research and feedback for each part/module of it. In addition, marketing and business people run their research as well. Are there ...
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Numbers VS Sliders Best Practice (Range 0-100, 0.5 steps)

I'm trying to make an easy-to-use site that calls for selection of multiple percentages. The site is for servers/bartenders/managers to input the total for the night, input what each group's (servers/...
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Should you participate in design charette

This question is about a UX team exercise, called a 'design charette' (aka as design studio). In this exercise you try and get everyones ideas on the table and mix them into one bigger idea. This is ...
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What are the major steps to consider while doing competitive analysis?

What is a correct way to start of with the competitive analysis process and how to evaluate? I am new to this field, haven't done it before. What all the factors i should focus on the most? Thanks.
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iOS/ Android - Can we implement a popup over an other popup?

When a user is prompted with a popup to select a option, Whether we can invoke a second popup over this first popup or closing/hiding the first popup to showcase the second one?? Or any other good ...
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Is there a minimum viable number of personas you could use?

I seem to always end up making 5-8 personas in any business I work for. Sometimes we end up with more, but rarely (if ever) less. I love using personas and think they're an invaluable tool...but I ...
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'Fountain well' style of software development

Instead of a waterfall style of software development where the development follows the design process, I wonder if anyone has experience with what I am dubbing the 'fountain well' style of product ...
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recommendations for best practices in testing upright and angled directory experiences on large-scale touch-screen display?

Has anybody had experience testing interactive touch-based displays for ux usability. Specifically, i'm looking at large-screen (i.e. wall-sized) touch screen software experiences that use advanced ...
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Does Lean UX allow working on a bigger vision?

I’m working in an agile software development environment. We are currently planning on implementing three big new features within our existing enterprise software. All of them are experiencing a long ...
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Is it a bad practice if we position breadcrumb to the right side of page header?

Our website is a marketing based site. We don’t have more than 4 levels in breadcrumb and have lots of space in the right side of the website. Is there any issue if we put the breadcrumb on the right ...
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How do you convince your company to take Lean UX methodology? [closed]

I'm struggling working in an environment that are using waterfall process. How people in my company usually process projects are CEO and other department managers come up ideas and tell directly to ...
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Why are assumptions in Lean UX written in the form of "we believe ... to be true" and not in the form of "we do not know if ..."?

A characteristic of Lean UX is writing down assumptions, which are then used as the basis for design. But should I not rather write down the things I don`t know, and which I want to learn from users?
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What does "chrome" mean in Microsoft design guidelines?

One of the most important principles in Microsoft Design Guidelines is: put content before chrome. What does chrome refer to? Just like action items?