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Possible ways to show some multilevel choices for a multiplatform application

I have an application running on 3 platforms: Windows, Android, Linux. While the native part is practically the same, the UI part is obviously different - WPF on Windows, xml/layout based UI on ...
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Is spilt layout good to display active and non-active products after user sign in to their saas account? [duplicate]

I have created a wireframe for this. Am I doing it correct or is there any other best way in UX/UI? My goal is to upsell/promote non-active products. Why My question here is different? Its ...
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Simplifying complex user configuration for multiple users and multiple config options

We have a user config set up application where two steps need to happen and this is making the flow of screens quite voluminous and cumbersome for users. When a user is "Enable"d, the card for that ...
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UX testing for multiple product mixes

I am charged with testing a product mix change that takes what was 5 individual products and turns them into one product that can be incremented to approximate the previous set of 5 products. I am ...
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Mobile Products listing page with multiple checkboxes [closed]

One of the user requirements for the app I’m developing is to display the products with its spec(real product) to allow user to add the spec to cart. The desired outcome will be similar to the image ...
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Which would be the best way to show purchased products in a dashboard?

In my company we´ve created a site about rent and sell properties. Inside of it users can make different tasks, one of them is buy products. Like a really simple e-commerce. Now we´re creating a ...
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Ecommerce Mobile - List of products: should I show them in cards or divided by lines? [closed]

In a list of products one underneath the other, showing them in cards is the better solution? Imagine there are a lot of situations: a list with one specific category of items; a list with products ...
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How to maintain visual consistency across all the client's mobile apps?

Our client has a lot of mobile apps, some are only for internal employees, some are client-side. But they have lots of internal and external products in which we need to maintain a balance in between ...
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Product carousel - how to present variants of a product?

I'm working on a product carousel for an e-commerce site. I have a list of elements of one tile: Price Crossed price Badge/ribbon Image Caption (Product’s name) CTA (i.e. Show) as a button Ratings/...
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Add a product to multiple categories

I would like a user to be able to add a same product to multiple categories and sub-categories. The purpose of this so the Navigation Menu Bar (categories) on the e-commerce website could be ...
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What is the way to display and navigate 40+ products at a time?

I've attached an image of the current implementation (custom control and arrows), but to me it feels too clunky and awkward because of the custom slide control. Our client seems to like the "3-Up" ...
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Integrate 2 Products into the same mobile app

I have been asked to combine 2 products into 1 mobile application. The 1st application is an app for an NGO Institution which wants to received donations. The second one is a payment gateway which ...
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What is the best way to trim long text?

I'm trying to create a product listing page that includes the description in the listings. However, the page is not uniform and is very long. I've tried several ways of trimming the text, but what is ...
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Alternatives to logos or screenshots for a group of products?

We're in the process of updating a (gov't, educational) website that includes about 15 loosely related learning products. They're not really a "suite" - just a mishmash created over the past several ...