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Notification popup with a lot of text - please help

I am having some problems with a notification popup system (for web and app) - which has some big challenges: A lot of text to display, like 340 characters, or 50 words. People from the legal ...
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HTML element or UI control to accomplish the following scenario to select a range of page numbers in various orders

Seeking some insight on what HTML Elements or UI control would be best suited to accomplish the following scenario. The ability to select a range of page numbers that could include a number of ...
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Complex table design based on diagram selection

enter image description hereI am building a web based tool to manage car repairs. The user would select an area of the car and a part from a list of supplied parts. They would then select what they ...
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Best practice for app integrations

We have an app that allows you to integrate with Zoom. So basically, from our app, when the user adds Zoom, it will ask them to login in to their Zoom account which would then install our app in Zoom. ...
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Multi Select Search Bar

I have boolean search bar and a user want to make search in a param, b param, c param but this is good for single category selection to sho
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Approaches to indicate and handle new items from websocket on a live news feed

I have a live news feed that looks like this. I have data coming in continuously from websockets as long as you are on the page Currently I show a button when there are non zero new items and they get ...
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Should I issue a toast when something is copied to clipboard?

I'm working on a web-app with a button that copies some text to the users clipboard when clicked. I currently don't throw up a toast since I feel it would be excess noise (it's quite a simple copy ...
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Scheduled vs actual dates & times on a table

I'm designing a "Deliveries" page for a B2B web app. Users can see their deliveries on a table and filter, see the details of each delivery, and export. The columns of the table are: ...
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Handling and parsing string with multiple elements to the form using one input

We have a problem that we want to solve in the most intuitive way. There is a modal with one text input, but the requirements are for user to be able to put one OR multiple email in it. This is needed ...
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Is it good UX to wait for all images to be loaded before displaying them?

Let's say there's a website or app with 20 images on the initial screen. For websites, we'd typically show images whenever they're available. Since the 20 images will likely all load at different ...
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How can I improve the UX of the following time picker. This should allow the users to set their weekly availability

Availability is Set Availability is Not Set I am looking to improve the UI and UX of the following page where users can set their weekly availability for a meeting. I have attached 2 screenshots, ...
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Where should a delete action be inside a menu?

I work on a product that has various menus throughout the application. Recently a customer complained that they had accidentally deleted an object from the system, rather than edited. They have ...
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How can I make it more obvious to the user that he can scroll down?

I am currently trying to acquire initial users and feedback for a web app. So far it's mostly friends and family and some freelancers. I posted the link to a family group and not even one person ...
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Typeahead that makes it clear whether you've selected an extant entity or are creating a new one

We have a typeahead that lets users identify a dog in our database (by name) or specify the name of a new dog to be added to the database. Is there a good UI pattern that helps make it crystal clear ...
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What's the name of such design pattern when doing online banking? Form, Review and Acknowledgement

If you could recall how you have been doing online banking like paying the other, or using Paypal/eBay/Amazon or filling in some important questionnaire, you should be familiar with such client side ...
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UX pattern for category implementation [closed]

I have to create a UI interface to create a category hierarchy up to 7 levels, such as: Shoes > Boots > Brand names > etc. I also need to add functionality to edit the created category ...
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How to optimize user experience on existing platform? [closed]

If you have a working website, is there a way to tell if parts of it are bad or good? Let's take my hobby project for example which is a cryptocurrency live data platform, I develop this as a hobby ...
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When uploading different file types what is preferred that comes first file selection or asking the user to identify the type of file?

When having users upload a mixed set of file types that could be used for different purposes is it better to have the user select the files for upload from the system or ask what the files are for ...
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Accessing Home screen from Logo placed on the Webpage - Why this is a common practice followed in most of the sites?

We are working on a designing a web application that has a Dashboard. The discussion is on whether to have the Dashboard as separate item on the Navigation or make it accessible by clicking the ...
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Is data table better or a card?

in a mobile responsive website is using a table with 9 columns a better idea or a card would suffice? I have tried using a compact table to make it responsive for mobile but. it just didn't work.
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What is the UX guideline or ruleset for making accessible while we have conditional formatting colors applied to each rows?

While we have color palette to handle conditional formatting of table rows we want to create accessible color palette. How is this handled addressing accessibility for colour blind like greyscale? Any ...
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Is it a good idea to have a back button go back if the link is the same as the previous history entry?

Let's say you have a website / app where there are user pages, and on the user page there are additional links for things like that user's awards or posts. Something like this: The issue I'm having ...
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Quick navigation between courses in an LMS

I have a webapp LMS whose workflow, for students and teachers alike, goes like this: the home page has a list of cards representing the courses available, with a button to enter the course. When ...
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Signaling that an integration is active for the current course in an LMS

I have an LMS webapp for which I created an integration with Google Classroom. The integration can be enalbed by teachers on a per-course basis from an "integration settings" page of the ...
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Reminder for user to save

In the admin of the web app I work on, we never auto-save user input. They are required to press a "Save" button. In certain places I worry the user might forget to save and lose their input....
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How to name an option in settings that allows free input in a list (select)

In the settings of a web application, admins can select "custom fields" of different types: number, selector, multi-select, etc. We added an option that allow user (not admin) to type their ...
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Visually distinguish cards in a list

I made an LMS webapp which, in the main page, shows a list of courses. The page looks like this: The goal of the app, from a graphical interface standpoint, is to keep an elegant material design look....
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How do I design "Show all Dupicate items"? [closed]

There is an input field we need user to input a name in, and as they enter the name, system checks if there is a duplicate name and if there is, it will be shown under the input box. Currently, we ...
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Mixing autosave and drafted updated in webapp

I developed an LMS web application for which I decided to go with an autosave-based user experience: there are several different editable resources in the application (quizzes, lessons, exams, ...
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Double top-app bar

I created a webapp-based learning management system, and I'm debating whether a decision I took regarding the top app bar(s) is sound or could cause issues when it comes to user experience and ...
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What's a good way to display settings that can be configured from both "directions"?

For a part of configuration, we need to allow the user to get a quick overview AND the ability to quickly set user-groups and their permissions, from both directions. Meaning: The user should be able ...
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Looking for examples of iOS's keyboard interactions with a web form dropdowns

Looking for resources or examples for the behavior of a dropdown and how the iOS keyboard interacts with a web form version of a dropdown. How close does the keyboard slide near the input, and how ...
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Hide premium features/content or show+lock them?

We are currently building a learning platform that has two membership tiers. Let’s call them basic and premium. With premium you get quite a bit more features and access to additional content. ...
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Multi Selection Processing Status UI/UX

UI Case UI allows a multi-select option. There is no limit to multi-selection. Users can select from one up-to item in the range of millions. Processing flow When the User triggers an action based on ...
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Web application: showing information with form format

In the place I work (not a company) there's a team developing a Web app. In it, retrieved data information (a school) from a search is displayed as follows: As you can see they are using form format ...
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Why does Google use `user-select: none;` on the text in their google meets web app?

Whenever I'm reading a webpage, I often double click text to orient myself on the page (and for something to do I guess). I recently landed on https://meet.google.com/ after a meeting and was ...
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Gamification in university web app

I'm working on a web app that's intended to be used in a university setting. The app consists of two modules: exams module: teachers are able to add exercises (multiple choice questions, open answer ...
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Programming platform UX

I made a webapp that allows users to take on programming exercises: the assignment text is shown to the user, they have an editor to type code, and the code they submit is tested against a test case ...
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Permanently disabled checkbox?

Suppose I have a GPS assistant function that the user can turn on/off. When enabled, the function has a few options related to it. The user can turn these on or off too, except for the Suggested route ...
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Application with Multiple Modules: shared vs separate data types

This is my first post here, I apologize if this is confusing but I attempted to make it clear as possible. The web application is one big application for multiple related teams. We have split up these ...
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How to communicate that an item can no longer be deleted

Scenario: Imagine a kanban system and some tickets in it (Like Jira, Trello, etc.) The user can add various information to a ticket, such as assignment, description, checklists, etc. There is a time ...
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How do you find inspiration without copying someone's work [closed]

Say you want to design a mobile app and the like a few stuff about some design choices and decisions on similar apps designed... You'd like that in your app design wouldn't that be copying
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should i show action button in table header while designing for Webapp

I am going to design a table view but I have a problem that I wanted to show the action button. I am confused it is okay to show the action button in the Table header.
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Bad wizard navigation?

I'm working on an installation guide, or "wizard", for a web application. The installation guide will be quite complex, with many different steps, each taking up around a minute or two for ...
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Methods or Tools to Determine a Menu's Item (Command) Sorting

If user input is not available. Any tools or techniques to use to determine menu item order? Most used commands towards the top, but is there a way to determine this without end-user input?
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Web App Main Menu Should Contain All Commands

Looking for insight or sources that might support that an application's main menu should contain or at least attempt to contain all commands available in the application. Any sources to support this? ...
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Is it all right for my design to remind another design?

I've made a web design but the layout of the design is already employed on another popular web app, and practically only on that web app, that looking at it immediately reminds you of it. Is this ...
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Global Settings Menu VS Context Settings Menu

I am working on a web app that offers a set of photo filters. I want to offer as frictionless an experience as possible and minimize the number of clicks / actions required for the user to perform ...
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Font size for enterprise applications

Are there rules about what standard font size to use for enterprise applications? While websites use 16 pixels as the most readable for the user, many desktop applications use 12 to 14 pixels. What ...
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Is there any resource for UI patterns of web applications?

I've recently started designing a web application for a project and at times, I realize there is a better solution but don't know where to look or how to do it myself easily. Is there any resource ...
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