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How Do I Encourage Users Best to Download An Application from a Landing Page? [closed]

I do consider about the best experience about the getting more conversion rate from a webpage of ours. Is putting phone number field to send the app is best or putting app store buttons? Which one do ...
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When to Ask for Location During Sign Up

I'm working on an app that sends technicians to fix problems. Think of it like Uber for repairs. The service is only available in a select few cities, and the way the sign-up process right now is ...
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Top and side navigation bars

Here is our website user interface for desktop and mobile devices. Basically, what we wanted to achieve on desktop, is to give visitors the ability to easily browse among all the purchase related ...
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User profile dropdown 5 or more users

A user can switch between multiple user profiles in the navbar of the page (like when you choose a user of google chrome). But now we have the case that sometimes the quantity of the profiles can be ...
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Phone number click to call on desktop?

I'm designing a web flow in which one of the outcomes is to call our support team. On mobile, this is simple enough as pressing on a phone number triggers the alert below. However, I'm not sure what ...
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Gaming 'Live-Map' for mobile UX considerations

I'm working on creating a page that will host a live-map with some realtime ingame data that users can quickly check without having to connect to the game itself. The type of data that users would see ...
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Is it a good practice to extract some menu items from the main navigation on medium sized screens?

A designer I work with often creates a navigation for websites that looks like this on different screen sizes (mobile, tablet, desktop): On small screen sizes (mobile): there's a burger menu holding ...
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Is it a good UX practice to have social sharing buttons on a mobile website?

I am recently working on the mobile version of a website and came across this link - https://www.zdnet.com/article/study-claims-99-percent-of-users-ignore-sharing-buttons-on-mobile/ I am still ...
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Double tap zone on mobile websites

Can someone explain how this website avoids the double tap issue on the bottom navigation, but this one does not? Is it to do with the proximity to the bottom of the screen? The double tap issue ...
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What you guys think about bottom tab bar for mobile versions of websites? [duplicate]

I would like to hear what you think about bottom tab bar for mobile versions of websites. It is called bottom navigation bar too. Here an example: https://pitchfork.com/. I am trying to use it to ...
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What is the best way to show a short list of terms in varying size in a mobile device

A client of mine wishes to display a list of "hot" words (in different length) on a mobile device. The problem is that they want to display them all, in full length, and that they won't use a lot of ...
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Is it logical to use tables for responsive web design in 2018?

As the title says I was wondering whether using tables for responsive web design still a thing in 2018? What are the pros and cons if I do use tables instead of semantic markup apart from SEO?
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Best way to indicate horizontally scrollable sections to a user?

I'm working on my website and I love the idea of using horizontal scrolling to display large lists of items while saving vertical space. The problem I'm having is that in the desktop version of ...
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What issues am I expected to run into with removing the tap highlight colour on a mobile website?

Hello UI & UX Designers & Developers! I'm just wondering if there's any issues (more so in relation to accessibility & usability) if I were to disable the tap highlighting as seen on ...
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MOBILE VIEW: additional info in horizontal scroll vs. modal vs. accordion

I am working on the mobile view of a website with profiles on it. On those profiles there are a lot of categories/groups filled with tags and other information. In order to keep the page clean and the ...
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What is the best way to show Promo Code validation?

I'm working on a promo code entry field and want to give feedback to the user for both a valid and invalid entry. I want to show feedback near the input but does having the icons inside of the field ...
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Should a responsive website have the same breakpoints for every page or can they be different for each page?

I'm designing a responsive e-commerce website. I'm wondering if every page of the site should have the exact same breakpoints or not. Since pages like Product detail page, account page, shopping cart ...
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Best practice for input fields on mobile

download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups Layout 1 - Input fields stretched to fit the screen size and button(s) center-aligned Layout 2 - This is a direct web-to-mobile ...
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Should we choose a meaningful domain name or a easy to type domain name?

So as we expected, most users are visiting website on their phone, for some big phones there might be this issue, but if you're an iPhone 5 user or other 4 inch phone user you might found out that you ...
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Difference between mobile site and web responsive? What should be the approach?

There are so many sites that work on m-site particularly like makemytrip but one the same side, there are products that are web responsive which are manipulated using the CSS media queries. One of ...
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How to implement seat selection on small screen mobile devices?

If you ever booked event / cinema tickets online, then you have probably struggled to select the seats. The larger the auditorium, the smaller the seats. I am creating a cinema ticket booking website....
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Tooltips in mobile [duplicate]

In a page there are lots of disclaimers. On desktop, disclaimer content displays on hover (like a tooltip), with the entire disclaimer list available at the bottom of the page. What would you guys ...
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How to transform a mobile-navigation design into a desktop one

Right now I have a mobile app where you can navigate like this: I need to transform it into a desktop app. The only thing that I cannot change is the fact that the circles that are clickable options ...
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Is a full width scrolling element bad UX on a mobile site?

I have an element that gets content that will overflow the element's height, so it will scroll when scrolling is initiated over it. This element is 100% width, so either the user has to scroll to the ...
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Do I need to test the desktop layout on mobile if there is a mobile layout?

I'm making a website and the site will have a fully fleshed out mobile version. I'm just wondering if, from a user experience point of view I should verify that the desktop mode works as well? Some ...
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Next-Article Indicator for Infinite Scroll Setup (Mobile Web)

Was looking into the idea of implementing some kind of indicator for a multi article experience (ex.content ticker + progress bar). Want to get anyones thoughts on the necessity of such a feature ...
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Top Navigation with Profile headache

We have introduced a beta version of our web app 2-3 weeks ago. Although we have not benchmarked it, i feel that something is very wrong here, in the way we present the top nav bar and the profile via ...
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Mobile: Is it bad to implement a tab-like system that open different pages?

In a mobile website (m.domain.com), as the page load time could be a number 1 problem, isn't this a bad way to implement? Here "Profile, Claps, Highlights and Responses" tab-like links on Medium ...
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Why is every popular website removing colors? [closed]

I didn't know where to ask, so I'm trying here. I don't know if you guys have noticed, but youtube (logo, like/dislike etc.), facebook (like & comment icon), g+ (same) etc. have removed all ...
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UX alternative to Modal Windows on a mobile device

I am looking for the recommended UX alternative to Modal Windows on a mobile device. Modal Windows are useful in larger screen environments, as they allow the user to interact with the program ...
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How do you conduct remote usability tests on mobile for your web app?

Not sure if this is possible, but I'm looking for a solution similar to Lookback but specifically for web apps? I realise a similar question has been asked before, but I'm looking to find a solution ...
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Slideout menu: touch enabled only on close

I'm building a mobile first webapp. I want to add a slideout menu for the main navigation. The main page of the app is an interactive map, as the user will be moving around on the map a lot, I must ...
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What methods can be used to give additional important information in a web app/page on mobile?

When you're designing for mobile, you have to convey the same information in a lot less space. Right now I'm designing a website that I want to be responsive, but I'm having some difficulty. We want ...
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Best way to show tables on mobile and tablet common dimension

I have a visual problem that breaks usability in my opinion. I'm using Twitter's Bootstrap V.3 and I have a web form. I must show a table with this information: City, Address, Latitude, Longitude,...
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How to highlight changes/updates on a booking/reservation that requires accept/decline?

Target audience: people who don't use internet and are not good with using smart phones or computers. Where: digital service on a mobile website / mobile app User receives a reservation, which they ...
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Should social media be embedded on a website on mobile?

I'm in the process of making a website with an Instagram feed. This is essentially a landing page for a company that sells a service (not ecommerce). I use a script that detects a the browsers user ...
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Why do web sites check for mobile devices but not for desktop?

With the spread of mobile devices, web sites have been checking whether the device is a mobile device and offering to display the mobile version of the site for years now. Recently, a friend of mine ...
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Research into storage and uploading sites

In regards to researching, I have come across something a bit tricky (as in, I'm not satisfied with the research I have found). I'm talking about sites and apps that specialise in storage and ...
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Overflow Menu or Horizontal Scroll

I am looking to create a menu solution for web across desktop to mobile. Whether it is better to use one solution for desktop and one for smaller screens is unclear. I have a series of categories but ...
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Is it good to create top and bottom navbars in the same page with a top drop down menu?

I am working on a website with a large number of functions and services. The header has a logo, market button, login/profile button, and an icon which slides from top to down (fits all screen) with 12 ...
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Language selector position on mobile device

I am looking the best position for language selectors on mobile device. Currently, I place buttons (for french and english languages) in menu only (see attachment) Do you think it is enough or ...
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What is the best way (or better ways) to handle multiple interactions with a single row of information on mobile?

I have a desktop site which has a table with multiple columns, a checkbox on each row, and actions related to that row. The checkbox is used to carry out a particular action (most used) for multiple ...
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How to deal with a “large” number of choices on mobile?

I would like to ask a user about his interests. Suppose there are a total of 10-15 (or even more) topics from which the user can choose as many as desired. There might be another section with the same ...
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is anchor link usage common in mobile based web design

I'm working on a landing page with sections of content. Is it common to have anchor links on the top in mobile websites, when you click on the link you will jump to different section of the screen. ...
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Floating Burger vs Bottom Navigation for Mobile Web

We have a menu of 5 options and we want to decide whether to use a floating burger or a bottom navigation menu for our mobile web app. We already have a sticky bar on top where our logo, a ...
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Website navigation on mobile

So I have a lyrics website and it is doing rather well in terms of organic traffic, so I thought I better make it as best as I can for my users. On mobile devices, right now I am not hiding the ...
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What is the opposite of Cancel?

I am working with order page. When user presses on Cancel Order button, he should choose one of the following: Cancel order. (opposite of cancel) order. (this choice means don't do anything with ...
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User manual with screenshots for mobile devices?

I'm thinking of a user manual, which documents a web-site-based application. The manual should introduce and explain the functionality (the various pages) of the application. The purpose of the ...
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Partly hiding non active steps in a multi step wizard

Working on a mobile version of a multi-step navigation that has to go step by step in the form of a wizard. however the local translations for some of the steps are quite long. shortening the step ...
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Are multi line buttons good practice

i'm working on a multi language mobile website and the translations of some of the buttons are turning out to be quite long which we should be the right approach to this ask the local translator to ...