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Website design involves the structure of websites, information architecture, the layout and pages, and the conceptual design.

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Margin Usage on Body

My team is working on creating a dashboard and we’re having a bit of a conflict as to whether the body of the website should have a margin or not. The above image is the dashboard with the margin and ...
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best UX testing method for a nonprofit site?

I work for a nonprofit and have been learning about UX and its methodologies but am no means an expert. We have a website that probably needs revamping and we want to get a sense right now of what a ...
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Side drawer in a web app

I am wondering what are the use cases of a side drawer in a web app and what could be alternate solutions. To be more specific, I have a form inside the drawer that opens from the right side when the ...
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Can you just put 99 for values over 100?

I have tabs that navigate to different list, and a badge button on each tab that displays how many values are in each list. It's difficult to fit 3 numbers into the small badge button. If I extend ...
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Need opinion on this web design FOR UX/UI/CX - Beginner in designing [closed]

Hi, first of all, sorry if I'm posting in the wrong section. I want to get an opinion about the design of an event management system. I've google on UX example design but most only show for simple ...
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Forcing unique account emails after years of not

After eons of building on top of legacy systems, my company backed itself into the proverbial corner. We are in the unique position where multiple user accounts can share one email. This is fine, for ...
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Where's the risk on gradual enhancements vs redesigning the whole app?

I'm working on a legacy software built on Java 6, the design is old and the components look like they're from Windows 98. We're introducing a new big feature and one of the requirements is to design ...
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Arrangement of info on overview view vs detailed / edit view

My client's site is essentially a collection of forms. When fully expanded, it is very dense. They have broken the info into categories (for simplicity's sake, let's say there's a "personal info" ...
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Should icons be trailing or leading in a button with icon?

What is the best practice for using both icon and label in a button should it be before the label or after ?
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Better way to get user progress?

Basically, Users do "tasks" which the website gives them, they perform them outside the computer on pen & paper. Once they're done or didn't succeed they can move to the next "task". I want to ...
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Displaying selection of sub-categories within a Card

I am working on application that analyzes live video and can tell, with the help of AI, when an object of a certain type (e.g human, vehicle) is detected in the video. The application will have a ...
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Should Password strength meter and password guide used together

I saw many sign up forms but none of them implemented both password strength meter and password guide together Currently validation in passwords are that it should be min. 8 characters with 1 special ...
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Can you advise a better way to display a popover of catalog items?

I have a catalog that I need to show full on one page. The catalog contains categories, subcategories, and items (5-12 items inside a subcategory). That's what it looks like (please, see the attached ...
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Overflowing content in textarea - default scrollbar or dynamically increase height?

When a textarea has overflowing content, should we keep its default behaviour, meaning it will have a scrollbar on the right, or should the height dynamically increase? Which one do you think is a ...
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What is the term for “conveying information to a user efficiently”

I am having trouble even googling this concept. I want to learn more about it. The general idea is how efficiently a website or an individual webpage conveys information to a user. For example ...
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Which comes first - branding or UX?

In the context of websites, which of the following scenarios seems more right: Scenario 1 Define the corporate identity - logo, typography, colours, etc. Move on to UX design - research, prototyping,...
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Indicating jump links UI wireframe

I hope this is the right forum. I am drawing out a wireframe for a web developer to follow, indicating the layout of a website. I want to draw this out by hand, using the best practices/layout that ...
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Should a website always have a sticky footer

Trend goes that developers want to have a sticky footer in their site. If the content is well below the view port, the footer goes out of screen. Otherwise it is visible at the bottom of the screen. ...
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Best way to deal with multiple choice checkbox UX?

I know this is somewhat subjective, but I can't really make up my mind on the following UX issue (please ignore the design, so far the site is purely for functional testing) I've got a site that acts ...
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How 'cloud of choices' is called correctly?

I'm working on a react-native app and I want to implement a similar interface, but I can't even find its name. Main task for this element would be to give users a "cloud of choices" where they could ...
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Best way of showing data with many columns? [duplicate]

We have a website where we showcase statistics of various reports of students. There is one report for which there are many columns i.e. 13 in total and every column is important to show. However it ...
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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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Focus behavior in a modal navigation drawer?

How should focus ideally behave in a modal navigation drawer (much like the one from Material Design)? The modal would appear when I webpage is viewed on a small screen, be opened using a hamburger ...
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Room Booking & Availability Horizontal Scroll

I'm in the process of designing a room booking / availability web application. Some of the application specifics are; there are 30 rooms (across three floors, in the same building) rooms are of ...
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Are there any good (for the user) design intentions behind this prompt to download a website‘s dedicated app?

When browsing quora.com - a Q&A website I value for its lengthy and sometimes inspirational answers - I came across the following message on my mobile phone: I encountered this message a lot in ...
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web design tool like plunker for your page

I am after a tool to develop my mostly PHP website. I have recently purchased a Chromebook, my main tool in windows is PSPad, as it has a useful FTP upload feature, but as I don't think I can use this ...
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Does a donation site need login?

I have a task to redesign a donation website. The top navigation bar has search for donation events and login/register. Is there a need for a login/register option? Especially considering when ...
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Emoji vs. Switch for choosing light/dark theme on a navigation bar

The previous version of my website had a toggle/switch for changing the color theme between light and dark modes (for fun and practice). Here's what that looked like: More recently, I decided to ...
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Dark theme navbar: Lighter or darker than the main background?

I don't have a lot of UI/UX experience and am trying to learn as I work on my personal website. With a light background, I 100% agree with the advice to use a darker navbar, as that helps to sort of ...
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Why is it that version managers are always mentioned after the installation instructions?

As much as I want to put this on StackOverflow, I think this particular question fits better here. I hope this doesn't sound too petty, but this is something that has always bothered me. I've always ...
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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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Best practice to link main website page to BETA website

I will explain briefly. I am working for a new booking accommodation platform. They currently have two different websites: the main website [landing page] with all the info about the business the ...
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Images look bad with perfect paragraph width

I'm working on a WordPress template and trying to maintain perfect line width of ~70 characters. My blog has a lot of posts and most of the post contain at least one image per paragraph, usually more. ...
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Best way to represent dollar amount really close to $0.00

I'm working on an app that has to do with cryptocurrencies and there are times where I'm showing prices for very small amounts of almost worthless cryptocurrencies. For example, I'm showing the price ...
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Suggestion in putting nav bar in centred website design

Can anyone suggest where I can add navigation bar in this kind of design. items I want on the nav bar logo (optional) call to action button one more link user/profile/login/signup Can anyone ...
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Why would one use “enter the name of the project to confirm”?

If you're a long-time GitHub user, you probably have seen something like this: This happens every time you do a potentially destructive thing to a repository, like switching its public / private ...
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How to make a CTA for someone who only has a phone number and address?

I'm making a website for a mechanical engineer. All he has is a phone number and an email. I'm assuming that having a "Contact Us" button would be the most common. But I'm wondering if there is a ...
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How to design edit version on a white background?

I'm working on a user profile design for a website. The information (name, email, username, etc) is on a pure white background. The type of edit feature I want to use involves clicking an edit button ...
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Should visitors see all the links and buttons (which can be used only by registered users)?

We are developing a website which requires registration to use some features. My friend thinks visitors (non-registered users) should not even see the links for those features, because it is ...
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Minimum steps involved for an effective and efficient website redesign process?

I just started working for a web development agency, we work mainly with government so we want to align ourselves within that market with a professional, creative and functional website. We have a ...
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Ideal font and buttons sizes for a 32" monitor? [closed]

Font size viewable from 5-7 feet away from a 32" Touchscreen, and button sizes ideal for a 32" touchscreen?
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Best practices for asynchronous user experiences?

Can someone suggest some good examples and resources around designing for async user experiences? I'm working on a Web application that needs to process invoice submissions asynchronously to improve ...
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How to inform a visually impaired user when an action is processing

I'm currently working on a task whereby the backend will load plenty of options(Trip planner). When an action is processing with voiceover on, this may take 10+ seconds to load all options. What are ...
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Where is the most conventional/best place to add actions for items inside datatable?

Like actions I would say "delete", "edit", "details" and many more maybe. How display that on a desktop application. Some possibilites that I already used could be : Add to the top before the header ...
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Contact form fields priority

Is there any caution not to use the message field at first in a contact form?
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Should emoji/emoticon replace a punctuation mark in the end of the sentence? [closed]

If the sentence is finishing with emoji/emoticon in the website content or in a personal message, should it be followed by a punctuation mark? Example #1 I’m glad you could make it 🙂 We had a ...
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How do I present 'negative' sounding information without discouraging the user?

Background I'm currently working on a project that essentially will become a website that guides the user to the optimal recruitment strategy for their specific hiring needs. Before displaying the ...
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When can you have too many CTA's on your website?

I used to have a single CTA right below the page fold. I was advised to increase CTA section on my SaaS offering (https://divshow.bytebeacon.com). I thought that and a login button on a sticky ...
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I'm thinking of a layout like a tree in my webpage. I think that is the only way to go. is there some replacement?

I'm trying to make a layout design for a process. I have 3 types of users one is x , b and c. x does some work then b aproves it then c confirms it. But b can disaprove and open a ticket for x to do ...
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How would I go about making these arrows more intuitive and informative?

Currently, in an each of the rows of a table I have an arrow attached. Which, depending on whether the some number on its right has increased or decreased from the last time, changes its direction; ...

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