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Designing for responsive medium/big screens for SaaS products Best practices

Consider a SaaS web product that has users mostly on medium/big screens - from small laptops and tablets through large screens (15"/17" laptops and small/medium desktop screens) up to big ...
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Feedback - does designing for 2 layouts (mobile plus desktop above 1200px) seems appropriate?

The lead dev in my company suggested designing for mobile and desktop above 1200px. It's a new way of designing for me so I just wonder does one of you heard about this way before? He suggested that ...
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Which is best alternative design of a table which having only 2 column to display in UI with one edit button. Please advice me

Please help me to get the best UI layout as I don't want to use the table in my page due to less number of the column.
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Hamburger Menu and Nav Links combination [closed]

In tablet sizes, Is it a good practice to have a hamburger menu and a few of the most important nav links stay outside of the hamburger? Or is it more customary to have just nav links or just ...
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Responsive Tables : Adjusting row count to fit the available real estate

I'm designing a screen with tabular data, and trying to explain to the developers what is required. First off, I want to make sure that my design is feasible. My goal is to... Have tabular data on ...
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Responsive table with many text inputs

I have a table of this type: So I need to make it responsive, look good on mobile devices. Several notices about table: 1) Yeah, there definitely should be some tips for every text field, it's ...
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Solutions for responsive data tables? [duplicate]

We have a client who is FINALLY convinced to convert their site / web-based application to responsive. Our biggest issue right now is how to handle their extensive data tables. The biggest offender ...
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feedback on navigation with multiple level of hierarchy

I am designing a responsive website with 3 levels of hierarchy. I wanted to get some opinions and feedback on the following navigation. Level 1 contains a list of body systems ex: cardiovascular ...
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Example Lateral, Forward & Reverse Navigation in Desktop Applications

I'm researching Material Design in how it's related to layer based navigation. Navigational directions Based on your app’s information architecture, a user can move in one of three navigational ...
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Responsive Scheduler

I'm designing a simple scheduler in which I don't need any information except days/hours, no calendar information, no titles, no description, just days/hours. The scheduler consist in a selection of ...
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Footer menu same as Menu

The links which are in the menu are replicated in the footer menu. Is placing same menu links in the footer redundant or is it a bad practice in web design or development?
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Responsive UI Pattern for selecting from a list of exact values greater than 5?

I'm designing a page where users should be able to sort between exercise videos categorized by "phase." (see image). These phases start with "Pre-Op" then proceed linearly 1, 2, 3, etc. Since these ...
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Will a user be able to identify the relative "meanings" of separate cards on a timeline if the icons are located opposite from the card's title?

I'm designing a vertical responsive timeline for a health-tech company, and the timeline is supposed to show different "events" throughout a patient's physical rehab program, each being represented by ...
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Navigating a double top bar

I've ran into a UX problem in a site I'm designing. I feel like there's an obvious solution but I'm having trouble finding it. I have a site that has a global sticky bar. In the middle of the site, I ...
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How to show dual list in responsive

I am showing a dual list on web application. It has desktop view and mobile responsive view. As we know that we can't show the dual list 2 columns side by side in mobile view due to less space. So ...
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Should I include a "back" button on a responsive website? [duplicate]

Do you believe there should be a back button on a responsive website or should we rely on the browser's controls? If you believe there needs to be a button in the design... Would you have it appear ...
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Is it ok to have a bottom tab bar on a website?

I'm currently looking into web responsive navigation patterns. Tab bars on a mobile version of a website is rather uncommon. A few years ago I know that there was an issue on some browsers with ...
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Best practice for responsive vertical side menu

If we have the classical vertical side menu (on the left) for desktop: then, what is the best practice for displaying it responsively, especially when there's quite a few menu buttons? To hint you ...
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How to use anchor tags in mobile?

In the above image top navigation bar and left sidebar is fixed. When I click on the option 6 it will jump to a section 6. So, the problem I'm facing is how do I translate this view into mobile?
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Comfortably legible base font-size?

I'm trying to figure out a comfortably legible base font-size for all screen sizes, on a platform that supports several languages. Anyone worked on a similar project? If so, what was your outcome and ...
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Is it bad practice to direct a user to a mobile friendly side of the site on screen resize

I have an html5 application that consists of two different interfaces. The desktop interface demands a minimum of 900 pixels in width to function properly. The mobile version is built in an entirely ...
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Site nav bar (hamburger) now unresponsive on smartphones? [closed]

Our previously functional site navigation has become unresponsive on smartphones. (Possibly because of changes made to please Google PageSpeed.) The menu switches over to the 'hamburger' on small ...
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How can I make a mobile app responsive for desktop? [closed]

I am trying to make a desktop version of a mobile app. But not sure how to fill those full width cards to a desktop app.
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Responsive secondary and tertiary navigation

I'm working on a responsive Product Customization feature for an e-commerce website that has a hamburger primary nav, but will also need a secondary navigation for selecting the main Customization ...
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How do we convey a web page or app for different age groups?

A children's book is colorful and has large letters. At the same time, when we grow up, letter size is reduced by age, and in old age there is much less color and letters are larger. So, if a page is ...
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UX Themes for thesis [closed]

I'm studying a master degree in User Experience Design and I have to propose a theme for the thesis and I don't have that many experience in the area. I've read the trending topics of UX for 2017 but ...
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How to deal with components in a responsive design being larger at smaller breakpoints?

to note, I'm using screen size heuristics to make estimations on viewport height based on width to simplify the deisgn. This is possible a faulty heuristic and maybe would be better off using a height ...
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using Iframe and allowing responsiveness [closed]

I have a link that if it goes to it directly, it is responsive, but if I put it in an iframe to "mask" the url, it is not responsive. Is there a way to force allow it to be responsive?
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Best way to show scrolling menu?

My website uses 2 different menus. One is the main one that user uses for navigating on the webpage. But since every subpage can be quite long I created another menu and depending on which item user ...
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Huge data in table in responsive email

I have a system where the tabular data is send via email and looks like the attachment. The table may have more than 50 rows in single email. Are there any solutions for this table view and use any ...
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Why is the Google Search Results page not responsive? [closed]

As every web developer/designer, I read many articles about why responsive web design is important. We are also often told, that you can learn a lot by observing the UI (and optionally the code itself)...
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How should a download button be deprecated for mobile?

Our website gives users the ability to download data but this data can't be downloaded to a mobile device. For the mobile viewport widths of our site I'm considering these options: 1) Remove the ...
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Best way to make a menu responsive

I've got a navigation menu which looks as following and, it's concealed and triggered using a menu button. View of the page while menu is collapsed download bmml source – Wireframes created ...
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Responsive Date & Time Picker

I am developing a very simple web app where, apart from other functions a user will see date and time in a small widget like so: A user is also allowed to change the time and date. I looked at lots ...
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Browser zoom in/out optimization vs. responsive design

I have a situation where we have a website that is designed to be responsive (tablet, phone). Our business stakeholder discovered an issue when the site was zoomed out to 90%. His argument is that a ...
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UX/UI Responsive - Long forms with multiple language content

I want to know the preferred (and why it is good/bad) way to show a long form with multiple sections, which have content that should be in multiple languages (if multiple language is supported) The ...
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Suggestion required for max width of a form

My team is building a form builder tool. Once published there might be several input devices a user can use to fill a form, from a mobile phone to a 27" monitor. I would like to hear your ideas on ...
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An alternative for toggle on mobile devices

I'm working on a mobile website. In the page which I'm working on the user can choose one package from a range of 3. Each of them has a total price and a description, along with some products included ...
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Why are websites center aligned instead of stretched to fit?

Trying to figure out the exact reasons why websites or web applications on wider screens 1. have space on either side (aligned center as a container) 2. instead of being left-aligned or 3. stretched ...
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How many breakpoints for mobile devices in responsive design and mobile native apps? [closed]

In a browser based app with responsive design, how many breakpoints are needed? Have you done any projects as an example, and what are the best industry practices? I normally see only 3 breakpoints; ...
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RWD - Drag to background

I have the following setup for a responsive website. download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups The problem I'm running into is that on mobile devices, when the sidebar is ...
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Should the hamburger menu close only on icon click or on click outside as well?

We are using a hamburger menu on the mobile view of our responsive website, http://edmdesigner.com There's a debate going on in the team: a) Should the hamburger menu close if you click/tap outside ...
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Responsive images for 3 different types of screens : Is this a good design?

Above image is a wireframe layout of my portfolio website. The navbar is at the bottom while the 2 images fill the remaining screen. The left and right picture will be contained in their own DIV (...
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How to provide navigation on Responsive sites

I have a UX designed for "responsive" web application with most of its content arranged under 5 tabs. So the site navigation is very clear to the user where ever they are even on mobile. But now I ...
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Best way to show registration date

What is a better approach when presenting customer registration date to a user of a crm, "active for...." or registered on mm/dd/yy? if the better approach is "active for...", i am having difficulty ...
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Should i use a mobile theme or responsive theme for my fashion store? [closed]

I have a fashion store, then I decide to buy a new theme for my store. I am wondering whether to buy a mobile theme or responsive theme. I know a mobile theme is more fast loading and simple than ...
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Should I use an Adaptive Design for my website?

My idea is to one page, but when you screen size is smaller than 'x', then you will not see the desktop content, only the mobile content. This will work something like this; http://jsfiddle.net/...
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Mocks size for Responsive website

we are developing a Parallax website to present our product. The Website should be accessible from any device (Mobile, Tablet and PC) and we are considering to work with 3 different layouts. Standard ...
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Mails Content - Center or left aligment

I'm designing transactional mails to send notifications to clients. Some of my colleagues say the content should be left aligned, but I personally think in the cases where there is little content and ...
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How many mockups do you typically do for a responsive bootstrap design?

I am scoping a responsive project and thinking it will need views spanning from mobile to desktop. I am just wanting to confirm if it is necessary/helpful to do mockups for all 4 sizes (Extra small ...