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Why not embed payment pages in the same page?

In my experience, when purchasing something online, the checkout page of the vendor usually redirects to a payment gateway of the company handling the payments. I insert my credit card details on the ...
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Filters in a horizontal scroll or in a dropdown; what is better? (i made an example image)

I had some discussion with a coworker over what is better. in total 3 or 4 filter items Would love the know what you think about this.
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Top layer for two applications in one

I have to rebuild an application that contains two main functionalities (administrating folders and groups). Both are totally different things, cannot be combined, and will be reconstructed with ...
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Alert colour for system errors

Currently I'm using amber alert messages for system errors, for a web application I'm designing, however the PM has come back asking if red alerts would be more suitable for these system errors. My ...
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Should buttons' position/placement be standardised across the whole platform?

I know that there have been threads about button placement, however what I'm asking is not a specific case. Rather, I would like to know regardless of contexts, should button placements be ...
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When to use accordion? Is it good to use accordion for whole component?

We are working on application for smart parking. CEO got design (2) from UX designer. I said to him that the design 2. is not good for future and provided to him first 1. design. What do you think? ...
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Is there a reason to ask for password only after typing login? [duplicate]

I saw that there is a recent trend in splitting the sign-in step into two: login followed by password (rather than in a single stage). That is, the flow is: [type username] -> [confirm] -> [type ...
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How can I show users that an element is a 3d model that can be rotated?

I have an important element on my website that can be 3d rotated if the user clicks or touch and drag to the sides. When running a few tests with people, I noticed they skip it through it and never ...
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How to display detailed information inside modal

I'm currently designing a 3-step creator for detecting objects in a live video stream with the help of AI. The modal below shows the video and the radio button-like object selectors. However, I also ...
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Best design for displaying phone call button [closed]

I am working on an e-commerce website. When a buyer opens a product page, there is a button to contact the seller, this button send a message to the seller. Now I want to add a phone call button. ...
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Should my webapp's tabs use browser tabs or an in-page tab?

I'm currently working on a web application where the pages will open in different tabs. And I'm curious which UX is better: A) tabs that open directly on the application page B) tabs that open as ...
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Company internal tool with SSO auth [closed]

I am developing on a web project for the company I work for that uses SSO to login. You can't use the tool if you don't log in. The app will be available to everybody(dose not require company VPN or ...
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How to redirect user to a third-party site?

Context A) https://appname.co This is the main login URL for our product B) https://abcbusiness.appname.co We also sell our product to other business with a different URL. We add the business and ...
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System alerts / errors in B2B web design - How to design system alerts so that users pay attention to them [duplicate]

I need some support with one problem 🙂 System messages in B2B web applications, specifically about them being ignored by users. Can you recommend any references or share your experience in designing ...
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Page to select similar products to Batch

I'm looking for a good UI suggestion in creating this page. From the above picture, as you can see there are two rows with same Model No:( B2FR150-150CF8Q1 ) others are different. I want to select ...
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What is Text-Wall Effect in web design?

I have seen this in 4th point, TIA https://uxplanet.org/10-beginner-tricks-to-improve-your-website-design-f26bb465f745
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Good alternative to a slider for a long list of numeric values

I want to give the user the option to select a numeric value which falls in a range (0-1000), where most multiples of 5 are acceptable. Usually, for this kind of thing, a slider would be perfect - ...
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Is it bad practice to make the title of the page a link?

For example, on ux.stackexchange.com the question is a link to the current page. (for SEO purpose I suppose). But in order to select (and copy) a line of text, I usually triple click, which is not ...
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Best way to pick a calendar week + year

I have sub-navigation underneath my main website navigationbar. I want to display a set with calendar weeks (1-52/53) and the years (2019 - 2021) where use can pick. Because 52 week options are a lot ...
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How many kebab menus (more options menus) can you fit in on one screen?

I have just joined a new project and designed a part of the interface where users can see original text and translated text side by side. The app itself has a top bar with Logo, Profile, More Options ...
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Is it good practice to design UX tailored to specific audiences or just use the general UX guidelines regardless?

I work for a company where our users are generally older and less computer efficient ( based on user studies). Is it good UX practice to tailor the website experience taking that fact into account (...
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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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When to remind with "Remind me later"?

What are some things I should consider and think about that will help me figure out when we should remind the user of something? For context: Our mobile app is basically a wine collecting app. When ...
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Slider and Input for same Value - Should both be tab-selectable?

I'm working on a form where users are able to select a numeric value both with a range slider as well as a numeric input. (See mockup below) Both inputs have to stay in the form which is a design ...
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Progress for Data Table

Users are accustomed to viewing data within a data table. The problem is the user cannot complete one action until another action is completed. Is there a better way to lay this out, but also give the ...
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Web page refresh (F5) user expectations and behavior

There are several good researches on how an average user expects the browser's Back/Forward buttons to work. But there are quite few well-known good practices regarding the browser-level page refresh (...
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Position and style of back button in web [duplicate]

After studying about the 'Back' button, I still can't decide on which best suited my case. I am designing an internal portal where the content varies in width. Button position: A.1 Right side seems ...
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Is Cumulative Layout Shift a consideration while the page is still visibly loading?

Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS) refers to unexpected change in the position of content on a page, and usually happens because resources are loaded asynchronously or DOM elements get added to the page ...
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Should we display Title of the Menu on the header even though user can see the menu title on the sidebar?

Do we still need to display the title on the header, if the title already can be seen on the sidebar like in the wireframe?
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Custom select component with filtering

Custom select components are seen everywhere these days due to the limitations of the native HTML select element. Ignoring the virtues (or lack thereof) of select components (c.f. https://gerireid.com/...
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Why does Firefox delay the download button?

When you download a file with Firefox, there is a delay for a few seconds before the button to save the file becomes enabled. What's the motivation for this feature?
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Should console output or logs wrap when displayed in webpages?

I recently had some debates around how console/logs should be displayed inside a web page, I decided to ask people that likely know better the subject. I tried to make a recording of vertical-...
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Should all subsites look the same?

I am building a website where there is one main site and multiple subsites. Each subsite targets a different audience trying to accomplish different tasks. Because of that, styling and structure on ...
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"Missile launch" button pattern name and implementation?

I am curious about a specific confirmation pattern. The best way I could describe it is the "missile launch" pattern, where the user has to "arm" the button by removing some sort of cover before ...
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Recommendations about the size of an scrollable area in a mobile screen? (like a map)

There is always one time when we need to insert a map in a webpage or app while there is a vertical scrolling in the whole content. For example, imagine a web that has a map as the first element of ...
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Methods to help convince clients they need help when their UX and sites in general need a rework or are just trash?

I work with a lot of clients (especially now that COVID-19 is a big thing) who cannot understand my recommendation that their site needs to be reworked, fixed or altogether redone. They're pressing ...
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Are there any drawbacks to using tabindex to skip navigation elements and go to an input?

With a lot of sites I have to press tab ~7 times in order to get to the input that I want to use. I'm thinking that I will set the tabindex on that input to 1 so that it gets focus first. It seems ...
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Is it ugly to use centered text everywhere and if so how do I know where to put and not put it?

I am creating a website for myself and I need to know, is it ugly/weird to put centered text everywhere? If I could have some opinions/feedback on my website that would be great.
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What should happen when deleting a table?

Let's say we have a table with 10-50 rows, and 3 column each. Below the table we have a button like empty table, which removes all the rows from it. After the click happens, what do you think should ...
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When to use each type of delete confirmation?

So there are several types and variations of delete confirmation, for example: confirmation modal popover delete confirmation in new page replacing the delete button with a tiny/small confirmation ...
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"last active" or "recent activity"

There is a table of company records in our application which displays the timestamp of the last successful login. We assume that this is the last known timestamp when a user (who belongs to a company ...
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category name for grouping: videos, podcast, blog [closed]

I need to find a category name for a top menu on a website for grouping: videos, podcast episodes, blog. I'm thinking "content" Is there a better category to group all of those options? Content ...
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Open message in modal or in separate page?

Unfortunately I can't provide visual examples now, I hope that's not a problem. The question is simple: we have an inbox, which displays all the private messages a user has received, nothing new so ...
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Skeleton Screen or Loading Animation

I'm designing a loading screen for a website application. I'm having two options for this: Skeleton Screen Loading Animation I haven't known how to choose one of them yet due to some reasons: I can'...
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What is the best practice to apply the card design in webpage? [closed]

I have a question in terms of the card design style as I was designing the website for a company. Basically, I noticed that other company's websites apply card design on their website. Like to ...
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Loading indicator on modal dialog

From a technical point of view, a loading animation benefits with synchronization because user can't make multiple requests. What are the implications of using a loading animation in a modal window? ...
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In the holy grail layout of web design why is the navigation menu vertical and not horizontal?

i am a beginner with web design, while studying i came across the "holy grail layout" and i was just wondering why is it that the menu is vertically aligned while most modern websites tend to use a ...
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Best Practice for Vertical scrolling through long collapsible submenus

We're redesigning some of our landing pages. In this case each landing page has 6-8 course categories each of which contain 3-4 courses by date, time and price. Each course has a CTA button and is ...
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How to focus on an area / button without looking too "forceful"?

Summary: How to place a website visitor's focus on areas that'll help them see value on the rest of the page faster? It shouldn't feel intrusive, since repeating visitors might not need to see it ...
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Should a grammatical article be a part of a web link anchor

When hyperlinking a noun in a webpage (or in an application), which is a part of a longer text/sentence, should a grammatical article (such as "a" in English) be a part of a link anchor text? I.e., ...
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