Questions tagged [ux-integration]

UX integration means keeping a UX-focus in the whole organisation, and in particular in the whole lifecycle of the software. This entails making UX practices as natural ingredients of a software development process. UX integration will influence not only the software development process, but the software development organisation as a whole

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Rolling out personas

Any suggestions for how to create internal collateral for personas that people can use in meeting rooms? My company wants to roll out the personas company-wide so that people can start using them in ...
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UX Resources for HF engineers

I'm looking for resources which are a good introduction for Human Factors engineers to help learn UX methods, techniques and tools which may not be part of a traditional HF education. I come from a ...
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What are the correct steps to build a SaaS B2B company UX experience?

I'm currently working for a SaaS B2B project in a specific niche, and this is my first experience of a kind. On of my first toughts is to have a consistente user experience throughout the customer ...
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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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Best way to structure team

I recently started working in a state government project that is being built from the ground up. I was brought in by the communication team to champion user experience in the technology platform the ...
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What is the best form element for multiple number inputs? (Days, Hours, Minutes)

The user will input the Days / Hours / Minutes. Should it be 3 sliders, or 3 input fields, or something else? The design is on on desktop and tablet.
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Does it make sense to have a Back button on Step 2 of this particular wizard?

Step 1 of this wizard must be a Sign Up form. In Step 2 and the rest of the steps, we list down some questions to ask the user. In Step 2, does it make sense to have a Back button? My thinking is ...
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Mobile view layout ordering

I'm confused about one of my eCommerce project product details page ! I couldn't understand am I keep right sidebar on top in mobile ? Now its after logo. Moreover I want to keep social media and ...
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Solution to layout of a large productivity app

In planning the design of an enterprise web app with a large number of pages, I am trying hard to keep the layout clean with a lot of white space and as little clutter as possible. With this, I would ...
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How to merge designs?

We have three – more or less – competing designs of the same topic. All of the designs have something that works and doesn't work which are quite easy to spot. The designs have a bit different ...
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In an e-commerce site why the checkout card is often placed in right hand side…why not in left?

I visited over maximum e-commerce web site but they have a common thing is that the check out page is always in right side of the page. what is the UX logic / mental model / cognitive science behind ...
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Password Recovery/Recovery Question Process Flow

I am creating an application where the user will be able to recover their password from a "forgot password?" link. Once the user clicks on the link they are presented with their recovery questions ...
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Prev Next as substitution for dropdown navigation. Bad UX?

I'm wondering if this would be bad UX and if so what are good alternatives. Here's the layout: A Services link in the main navigation that takes you to a main "Services" page. That main services ...
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Standard UX process or Project wise ? [closed]

Should a UX process be standard for all projects or should it be defined according to the project?
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'Remove' all item from a cart

I am not very good in ux and I hope someone help me out with ideas. I am working on a mobile app The user can remove the item by sliding the item to his left. The problem is in case that he has many ...
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Advocating UX practice

I'm about to join a company that never worked with a UX professional. As for now, the development team is in charge of design as well (you can imagine the results). My role then will not only ...
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Which UX KPI's to measure with hardware products?

One of my tasks in my workplace is to measure the UX efficiency of our product (collaborative robots) and one of my main challenges is to figure out how to measure the customer experience when ...
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UX principles for displaying “Cookies Policy” on websites [duplicate]

While displaying cookies information on website, have found some a display on top of the page, with "close" icon or "OK" button a display on the bottom as fixed layout having "Close" icon or "OK" ...
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What's the best place to display important information on mobile screen

I am working on a fitness tracking app and need to display few statistic on the home page. My home page will be entirely covered by map with some opacity and on top of it I need to display few ...
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Should we kill the features that users are not using frequently, to improve performance?

According to the heat map that we generated for our app (an ad server), users rarely sort the items in the lists, they usually use the search to find the items they wanted to find. Developers said it ...
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Whom shall we design for either “Manager” OR “Sales Representative” OR “User”?

There are lots of frictions when we a thought process in terms of design. As during a design process, such many things happen in our real world like "I do not like your color combination or designs ...
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Preferred method for Non-Accessible web form elements?

I have a web form that opens inside a popup(modal) menu and displays web form input elements. I have a drop down select menu (1) that when selected, adds an additional select menu (2) based on the ...
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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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Better way to show that you have activate your filters

What do you think is the best solution to show an active filter in my case? Do you have any other recommendation or thoughts?
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How do you stand up for the admin user experience in enterprise software applications?

I've noticed in the enterprise application space, people use 'admin' user or a trained user as an excuse for building poor quality admin experience. For ex, when problems such as 'The steps taken to ...
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Multiple submissions at the same time

From a UX perspective, what would be the best way of handling this scenario: I'm working on quite a big grid that is populated by the latest saved instance of a report that our clients have supplied ...
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There are many UX Maturity Models, but are there any UX Maturity Roadmaps?

I've done a lot of thinking lately about building UX-awareness, UX practices, and Design Thinking at large organizations. There are lots of different "UX Maturity Models" online that describe this ...
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When is the best time within a sprint cycle to integrate guerrilla user research?

Currently, our development follows three-week agile sprints, while our user research and design are still fairly waterfall. I’m hoping to incorporate some guerrilla user research directly into each ...
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Notification Count Badge in App overflow

What should be the maximum count for a notification badge in a app and what about when its overflow.
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Different elements linked to the same page

I received wireframes for a website from a client and there are small blocks with heading, little text and a button. The wireframe docs state that all those three elements must lead to the same page. ...
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Should select inputs have labels?

I'm currently redesigning a large form on our site and was wondering if it makes sense for select inputs to have their own respective labels in order to guide or smooth the UX? What do you think? ...
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Appointment Workflow Issue

We are fixing some UX issues on our site currently and would like to get some opinions as to what works best. We received a few feedback from customers that said basically they were unsure where in ...
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How much can we trade off between productivity and UX? [closed]

This scenario is happening in our company. More than 15 business-oriented, data-driven applications are getting built, that commonly show charts, lists (with filtering and paging), entry forms, and ...
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Should large corporations have dedicated UX teams? [closed]

I'm just curious if my opinion is outside the norm. I work at a large corporation with a 200+ person IT department -- which includes 2 UX Architects, 3-4 frontend web developers, and a couple graphic ...
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Best way to represent a group of information

What is the best way to represent the group of information considering UX and UI, what styles should I used ? See the image attached here.
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UX considerations for printing a UI screen

Consider a scenario, where a dashboard sort of UI screen having multiple graphs is present. The design, as it should be, has functionality such that, when one hovers on multiple data points in a ...
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Sorting and on/off - flaw in design? [duplicate]

(I'm not a UX designer , I'm only a user).I might be the only one , but I think that I'm the weird one , because I just can't see how UI component are being released without further thinking : ...
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When do you include client in UX process

When are moments to include the client in the UX process and when is it better not to? I am talking about after kickoff. Would you include them in analysis of card sorting, tree sorting? How about ...
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How to talk about UX with using that label?

I’m in the process of developing educational material for use internally in my organization and I’d like to somehow counteract the overuse of this term. For most it’s a synonym for usability ...
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What does a vertical bar imply in UX?

We recently got into a design discussion with our Web Graphics Designer. We wanted to alter one of our logos to incorporate some text in order to distinguish the main logo from a subset of it, but ...
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Should I use multiple synchronized dropdowns in a big UI

User Story: The user can create a schoolclass 7a The user can create a pupil for a schoolclass 7a The user can change the shown pupils for the current selected schoolclass 7a Question: Should I ...
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What are the barriers to developing a UX culture?

In a recent question about measuring the embeddedness of UX practices in a company, I suggested the Feijo Maturity Model. How to assess how embedded UX is in an organization or team? If we assume ...
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Job title for someone who design and integrate physical products and ux research

What would be the job title for someone who design prototypes of the physical products, and also be able to modify/integrate existing hardware and software (ex. experimenting with arduino?) to make it ...
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Multiple options for user, some not available

I want to create an option for the user to choose between lessons. There are more than 4 lessons that are in the picture. For every lesson there are 3 options: The lesson is full - the user can't ...
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Ratio or pixel based design on native iOS

I've got a design a few days ago where the paddings are defined in percentages in regard to the screen width and height. It could be done with auto-layout, but I am not sure that this is a best ...
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Can (should) you have a form with two submit options?

I've got an app that lets you start an event and give it a name. This main event can have subevents. I'm trying to figure out the best way to present that to the user. They start or join an event,...
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What are the similarities and difference between 'institutionalisation of usability' & 'institutionalisation of UX'?

Over the last couple of years, the field of HCI has slowly moved beyond the concept of usability towards the concept of UX (hereafter, I use the terms usability and UX for the sake of simplicity) ...
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The calling the shots dilemma

This is a quote from an interview with a product manager (PM) expressing their concern regarding UX practices in their company: one thing which always failed is that we didn't define who has the ...
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Is there an Industry-Standard UX Design Lifecycle, or Formal UX Design Step-by-Step Instructions?

I'm currently looking for formal instructions (i.e. what is involved from start to finish) for the UX Design process. The best example that I've found so far is this: http://www.uxmatters.com/mt/...
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The coding monkey dilemma

This is a quotation from an interview with a practitioner with a technical background and role: Developers are all smart people; they don't enjoy their work if somebody tells them this is what you ...